“Man @therock is awesome! Watching backstage at @livekelly before I go hang with the awesome @kellyripa and @iamabfalecbaldwin!! Check out the show today this morning! #braindeadcbs 🇺🇸🇺🇸🐜🐜👽👽. 📸 by Elin Flack” (x)
I’m just gonna be a dyke for like a second and talk about how hot my crush is bc wow!!! Their hair is short and black and normally slicked back which is very hot but today it was just gently brushed back and kind of messy and also there eyelashes are so long and pretty and in general they have such a pretty face :/ and they sit directly across from me on the other table so I just look at them casually during our 6 hour class which is a blessing and a fucking curse bc I was too socially exhausted to try to talk to them today even though they looked approachable
Mark Ruffalo for the Hollywood Reporter TV Drama Roundtable
Josh Charles: "But, I follow Mark on Twitter, and I have no problem separating his tweets from watching him be a character. It doesn’t bother me. Following him on Twitter doesn’t make me feel like I know him so much more that I can’t watch him lose himself in a character"
Mark Ruffalo: “It depends on the way social media is used, too. "I took two craps today and am having a ham sandwich.”
If you’re feeling sad or shitty because you didn’t get the recognition/approval from others you wanted (I know that’s kind of lame, but I think it’s all too common in today’s world, with social media),
you don’t need others’ approval
the reason you didn’t get it (or as much of it as you wanted) was because you don’t need it. It’s unnecessary.
you are beautiful, smart, amazing, good, inspirational, stylish, interesting, and a baddie on your own, all by yourself.
you don’t NEED validation/approval/recognition, because you’ve already got it within yourself
focus on yourself, making yourself better. you are your greatest and only competition.