get to know me - favourite relationships [2/∞] | cher/josh, clueless

“Look, I’m just curious. How many hours a day do you spend grooming yourself?”

“Some people are not lucky enough to be as naturally adorable as you are.”

"Stop it, you’re making me blush.”

anonymous asked:

I wish more people would acknowledge Cher as the first person of ME descent to win an oscar for best leading actress

This could be because either 1) people don’t know that Cher is Armenian 2) people don’t consider Armenians to be middle eastern because of a racist & islamophobic stereotype that middle easterns are all Muslim and all Arab which leads to the erasure of religious and ethnic minorities in the Middle East. But yes, I agree with you.

And it’s great that she’s the first middle eastern because not only does she represent middle easterns, but minorities in the Middle East both in religion and in ethnicity, which are a persecuted people (persecution of MENA Christians & Armenian genocide). Just like with Mahershala Ali and Asghar Farhadi representing not just Islam, but minority sects that get persecuted. I guess what I’m trying to say is that it’s nice to see people who are minorities even within their race (cher by being a non Arab & non Muslim middle eastern) to be so successful.


gay anthems // listen here

a mix of over 100 of my favourite gay anthems, including:

diana ross - i’m coming out | abba - dancing queen | whitney houston - so emotional | troye sivan - wild | hayley kiyoko - girls like girls | little mix - secret love song pt 2 | cher - believe | rupaul - jealous of my boogie | kylie minogue - all the lovers | george michael - freedom! ‘90 | queen - i want to break free

Subjonctif in relative clauses

The subjonctif is used in relative clauses:

1) if the sentence is seen as hypothetical

2) if it expresses a wish

3) after superlative expressions


1) IND: “Je connais un petit hôtel qui n’est pas cher.” –> it’s hypothetical

BUT: SUB: “Je cherche  un petit hôtel qui ne soit pas cher.” –> hypothetical

Question: SUB: “Connaissez-vous un hôtel qui ne soit pas cher?”

2) wish: SUB: Imaginez un pays où il fasse toujours beau.

3) superlative expressions like: le seul, l’unique, rare, peu, le principal, le premier, le minimum, le maximum

–> C’est le meilleur film que Truffaut ait jamais tourné.

–> Il y a peu de gens qui soient satisfaits de leur vie.

–> C’est le seul pays étranger que je connaisse.


this simply is one of the best things that ever happened and one of the only things that manages to cheer me up a little in those dark times… i watch this every single day (also i live for their outfits and the overall stage aesthetic)