orange pulp

10 movies you have to watch before you die (part 1)

The Matrix, Lana and Lilly Wachowski (1999)

A Clockwork Orange, Stanley Kubrick (1971)

The Big Lebowski, Joel and Ethan Cohen (1998)

Apocalypse Now, Francis Ford Coppola (1979)

Citizen Kane, Orson Welles (1941)

Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton (1990)

Taxi Driver, Martin Scorcese (1976)

Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino (1994)

2001 : A Space Oddyssey, Stanley Kubrick (1968)

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, John Hughes (1986)

“I gotta memorize all this? There’s over four fucking pages of this shit!”

Reservoir Dogs (1992) Dir. Quentin Tarantino

this is going to make me sound like a spoil*d brat but 1) i’m truly not & 2) don’t even focus on the me aspect of this story the important thing is how kind & caring my girlfriend is, so, anyway, my gf & i went to the mall like a month ago & we were @ the food court.. i bought orange juice… she got her food.. we both sat down.. me, being a fool, never looked @ the label even once, opened it, realized “oh, wow, there’s pulp” which i voiced aloud in like.. a mock disappointed tone, fully intent on drinking it anyway b/c whatever.. & abby just.. takes it. puts it on her tray. then leaves & returns w/ orange juice w/ no pulp from a different vendor, & gives it to me.. & she drank the pulp-y one.. ✨🍊💫 i would die for her


champagnepapi has 1 new chat request from thesufjanstevensmodel5000.

champagnepapi: hey sufy! i’m in the studio right now babe, what’s up?


champagnepapi: sufjan… honey… we talked about this…


champagnepapi: okay, first of all, orange pulp is gross and i buy pulp-free for a reason, secondly, you have got to stop communicating solely via dog memes


champagnepapi: baby i honestly don’t understand why you can’t just text me


ivy on wet brick, sock rings around ankles, loose lips on tired arms, orange juice with pulp, sourdough appetizers, headlights on dark rainy pavement, pressed leaves in wax paper, tires like static on gravel


Clever Pictogram Movie Posters Summarize an Entire Movie in Two Frames

Sweden-based graphic designer Viktor Hertz has just released his latest project on Kickstarter. The two-frame pictogram movie poster series takes some of your favorite films, likeStar Wars, Forrest Gump and Pulp Fiction, and turns them into clever before and after-style illustrations.