Mireille Darc se balade, portant une robe signée Guy Laroche dans le film Le Grand Blond avec une chaussure noire (1972) du réalisateur Yves Robert. La robe légendaire appartient aujourd’hui au Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris.
Mireille Darc walking in a dress by Guy Laroche, in Yves Robert’s comedy film Le Grand Blond avec une chaussure noire (France, 1972 | English title: The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe). The legendary dress is now in the Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris.
I didn’t ever live in the dorms when I went to UW and almost regret it but not really. I watched a LOT of Zoey 101 and my octagon-shaped glorified prison cell would have been so cute. This is the second fall I’m not Going Back To School and it makes me sad, so pls let me decorate your dorm rooms and live vicariously. Above are some things I would buy if I had to decorate a teeny tiny space. My final year of college I did a big thesis project on the history of women’s organizations in sororities and a lot of it focused on the spaces women share together soooo check out some cute vintage dorm photos (not all from Seattle) that I collected for that project.
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Jasper loves light up things. From fireflies to shoes and even lava lamps. One day he came back to a string of fairy lights decorating one of the cabin walls. Clipped to them were photos, each one a nice memory they remembered dearly. Jasper was so happy he started crying.
Mireille Darc portant une robe signée Guy Laroche dans le film Le Grand Blond avec une chaussure noire (1972) du réalisateur Yves Robert. La robe légendaire appartient aujourd’hui au Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris. | Bridgeman Images
Mireille Darc wearing a dress by Guy Laroche in Yves Robert’s comedy film Le Grand Blond avec une chaussure noire (France, 1972 | English title: The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe). The legendary dress is now in the Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris. | Bridgeman Images
Hi! I'm low-key thinking of getting a german shepherd puppy in a few years, once I'm out of school and financially stable and have some time like a real human person not enrolled full-time in college, and I was just wondering if you guys had any advice for the care/feeding of the dog, since Javert always looks so happy and healthy. I also just wanted to say that I'm suuuuper excited for you guys, what with the baby and all! You're both gonna be fantastic fathers!
I can only really offer a few fundamental pieces of advice:
- They eat a truck load of food, especially when still growing.
- Semi-longhairs like Javert (and full longhairs I’m sure) shed more amounts of fur than is feasible. It materializes out of nowhere. We have found several whole dogs worth of fur in the carpet. So groom regularly with a good de-shedding comb and invest in a good vacuum!
- Exercise! Make sure they get a ton. They’re high energy, and will tear your place to bits as puppies if they’re not worn out with a heck of a walk. Javert’s usual routine; hour long walk in the morning (lots of running and playing) and two or three short walks during the rest of the day.
- German Shepherds are dogs who like to be dogs with a job. Mental stimulation is JUST as important as physical exercise because they’re smart as all hell (think that scene with the raptors in Jurassic Park opening the kitchen door) - teach them lots of tricks and games like hide and seek to keep them busy mentally!
- At about 6 months old their guarding instinct will kick in. This didn’t actually apply to Javert, which was freaky, but for most GSDs it’s true. They start learning how to guard their families and homes, so don’t be weirded out if your pupper suddenly decides a pair of shoes or a lamp looks like a threat and proceeds to bark at it for no reason. Javert only did this once but it was with shadows from the banisters of the stairs. He was 100% convinced they were there to kill us.
GSDs are my favourite breed of dog ever. They’re fantastically clever, engaging, loyal dogs! I always say I’m not really a dog person (which is true), I’m German Shepherd person.