sunny and angel


A subtle reminder that Rob is the father in real life [for added effect]

Jim Morrison at the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, July 5, 1968


Watch out for the new @kittcrusaders calendar shot by @brandinrackley coming out soon featuring myself amongst others in the industry posing with these adorable kittens and cats that you can actually adopt and find homes for. 

Money from the calendars go to this great @kittcrusaders charity, a non-profit animal rescue organization serving sunny Los Angeles California rescuing cats and kittens giving them a second chance at a happy life 🐱❤️🙌🏾
Amandla Stenberg Is a Voice for the Future
Neo-feminist, biracial, post-gender . . . eighteen-year-old actress and commentator Amandla Stenberg is an inspired, eloquent voice for the future.

“I don’t think gender even exists.” It’s a sunny day in Los Angeles, and the eighteen-year-old actor Amandla Stenberg is sitting under a flowering tree in the backyard of her rented bungalow in West L.A., very much living up to her reputation as the wokest teenager alive. “My sexuality’s very fluid and my gender is very fluid,” says Stenberg, who is petite and cherubic at five feet three, dressed in black denim overalls and a purple-and-white thrift-store shirt, her hair cropped short for her latest movie. “I don’t think of myself as statically a girl.”

Stenberg was already known for playing Rue in 2012’s The Hunger Games when, two years ago, a video she made for a high school class went viral online. Titled “Don’t Cash Crop My Cornrows,” it’s a romping Internet mash-up in which Stenberg delivers a thesis worthy of an American-studies dissertation in four and a half minutes flat: The adoption of the hairstyle by non-black pop stars such as Christina Aguilera and Katy Perry is part of a larger appropriation of black culture that divorces its aesthetics from the struggle that produced them. Narrating on-camera with the confidence of a trial lawyer, Stenberg closes her case with a pointed question: “What would America be like if we loved black people as much as we love black culture?”

Read the full piece here

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Behind The Mask

Matt Murdock/ Reader

Originally posted by arabellawrites

Words: 1.570

Summary: So what if you have a crush on the vigilante Daredevil? It’s not like he knows you personally.

Request: Can I please request a Matt/reader where they are friends but she doesn’t know yet that Matt is Daredevil, and one day they start talking about DD and Foggy starts bugging her about “having a crush on the Devil”(and she doesn’t deny it). And later on, Matt makes a move as Daredevil and drops a hint or two of who he really is?? Thankyou :)

Tagging: @kwaiky

Requested by: @iamthemaskhewears

Author’s note: im glad to see that daredevil fans aint dead. did a slight twist to the prompt

You take a long hard look at the reported photo of the vigilante Daredevil elaborately leaping to a nearby building plastered on the front page of the newspaper. The identity of his true self is unknown and the mystery surrounding him makes you want to know more about this infamous vigilante.

“Really, Y/N? Again with the newspaper?” Foggy’s voice comes from behind, making you grin at what he might say next.

“Next thing I know, you have a shrine of Daredevil in your closet.” He places a mug of hot coffee on the coaster next to you.

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  • Alice: Everybody relax. He's lying. He doesn't have any poison.
  • Bendy: No, I don't have any on me. But, I do keep some in my fridge at home in the relish jar.
  • Boris: There's poison in that jar? I thought I was allergic to pickles. What's in the jar with the skull and crossbones?
  • Bendy: Well, that's mayonnaise. That's a decoy.
  • Boris: And the mayo?
  • Bendy: That's shampoo.
  • Boris: You're telling me I've been putting shampoo on my sandwiches?
  • Bendy: If you're using the mayonnaise, yeah, probably.
If Nico had a phone, his contacts would be like:

Hades: Only Dad

Persephone: Crazy Stepmom

Will: My Sunny Bitch

Hazel: Little Angel

Frank: My Strange Brother In Law

Percy: Still Not My Type

Reyna: My Bestie

Jason: Son Of Jupiter

Hugh Holland, Dog Day Down, Kenter Canyon Elementary (No. 56), 1976