make love to me


valentines pictures to send to someone you have fancy feelings for


‘I’m glad you came.’ 

                        ‘Me too.’ 


Happy 47th Birthday, Jennifer Joanna Aniston! (February 11th, 1969)

I was told to avoid the business all together because of the rejection. People would say to me, ‘Don’t you want to have a normal job and a normal family?’ I guess that would be good advice for some people, but I wanted to act.

Titus has probably known Lexa for most of her life, and has been with her through all her ups and downs as she continued to grow. Now imagine a young Lexa insecure about her abilities to protect her people, and imagine a younger Titus standing by her side and assuring her that she was special, that she was chosen by the Commander’s spirit for a reason. That she was going to be the one to change the world. Now imagine as young Lexa listening to every word he said with wide eyes and a open heart. She would never forget his words because they would be always in her mind as she grew into the role of the Commander. She believed in his words just as much as he believed in her. 

Now imagine a growing Lexa with Titus still glued to her side, as he continued to stand by and watch this proud Commander do just what he thought she would - and he is proud of her, and he cares for her. He is going to protect his Heda not just because she was chosen, but because she is something dear to him. He has watched her grow into this amazing person who has done more than anyone has ever done before. He is like a proud father, watching his child grow stronger and stronger. 

Honestly, he could be her most loyal friend. 

I told myself that you were right for me,
But felt so lonely in your company.
But that was love, and it’s an ache I still remember.
—  “Somebody That I Used to Know” - Gotye ft. Kimbra“

anonymous asked:

Following interviews from the EPs where they (paraphrasing) said that they didn't think Oliver was being a 'douche' with the lying, almost that there was honour in the lie, because he's doing it to fight for the opportunity to have a relationship with his son - following that, are you concerned that the writers aren't going to present this on screen as much of a transgression on Oliver's part at all?

I’ll disclaim this by admitting that I do not have children and am pretty unlikely to ever have any secret kids emerge from the woodwork. Being a woman has that advantage. So, I’m sure that I see things differently than executive producers with kids. That said:

I’m curious  - did Wendy Mericle try to justify Oliver lying? I know that Marc Guggenheim did, but I haven’t seen anything from Mericle. I tend to trust Mericle’s point of view more than Guggenheim’s, and I do wonder if there’s a disconnect between how men and women view this plot.

I am indeed concerned that the baby mama drama isn’t going to be presented on screen as a transgression to the degree that I’m considering it. Nothing that I’ve seen makes me believe that Oliver is fighting for anything. He’s sneaking and lying and hiding. There’s no honor in that. He’s taking the path of least resistance, and it’s the most cowardly thing that I’ve seen him do since the island. Does he think that Felicity is never going to find out?

This might be an unpopular opinion, but I don’t think that Oliver should have immediately prioritized meeting William over remaining honest with Felicity. I know that parents usually put their children ahead of everything else, but Oliver didn’t know William. He hadn’t seen Samantha in nearly a decade. He has to know by now that he makes terrible emotional decisions on his own. There was no rush. Oliver should have told Felicity.

This plot is the worst. 

I will wait for Him. 


That AU where Clarke is in her second year of med school and Lexa is a new actress cast in a TV Series based on a popular book series. Featuring half of the important grounders as Lexa’s siblings because I am Woods family trash. 

Part One: Written|Social Media AU
Part Two: Written|Social Media AU

Part Three: Written|Social Media AU

anonymous asked:

So a long time ago in 2012 your fic about the vegetables and milk was one of the first K fanfics I ever read. I love all of your work, your more recent ones (especially the au where Saru kills the Blue King I cited for hours) keep up the good work *thumbs up*

Thank you, I’m glad you like them :D I’ve had a few people tell me recently that Between the Lines was their first K fic and the thing that got them into Sarumi, so I’m proud that I could do my part to drag everyone into Sarumi Hell along with me.


Halt and Catch Fire Crew Spotlight Series: Karyn Kusama
╘ also director of Jennifer’s Body (2009) and The Invitation (2015)

“I’m just hoping that as I get older, and as more and more movies get made by female directors, what we start to see is how, in the same way good male directors get a shot at creating interesting male and female characters, women do as well.” (x) (pic 2)
Gwen Stefani to Make History at the Grammys Before Album Release
Gwen Stefani will be making history at the 2016 Grammys. The singer and Target have collaborated ...

Gwen Stefani will be making history at the 2016 Grammys.

The singer and Target have collaborated to produce the first music video created on live television, for her upcoming solo single “Make Me Like You.” The performance will take place during a four-minute commercial break during the Grammys, the retail giant and record company Interscope Records said in a statement to E! News Wednesday.

“This is big. I’m going to be in the first LIVE music video on a #GRAMMYs commercial break with @Target! #MoreMusic,” Stefani posted on Instagram.

The video will feature multiple sets and real-time costume changes, as well as “special surprises for fans,” and viewers will also be able to watch a second view of the action unfold online during the show, on Periscope, Facebook Live and Snapchat. The finished project will be posted later on Vevo.

The single “Make Me Like You” will be released on Feb. 12, three days before the Grammys. The track is featured on Stefani’s new album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like, the follow-up to her 2006 second solo record The Sweet Escape, which will be released on March 18, Target and Interscope Records revealed in their statement.

Stefani had recently teased on Instagram the title of her new album and part of its track list, which also includes “Used to Love You.” Stefani had released that single last October, about two months after she filed for divorce from husband Gavin Rossdale and two weeks before it was confirmed she and The Voice co-star Blake Shelton are dating.

Target will sell a deluxe version of her new album, which includes four bonus tracks, and has unveiled its cover, which shows Stefani’s face with scribbles of tears running down her eyes, as well as flowers and hearts.

The 2016 Grammys will air on CBS on Monday, Feb. 15 at 8/7c.