To dress for comfort or purpose is a scandal—fashion and splendor are all that matter to Vivienne.
Hahaha, omg I can see her getting along splendidly with the Fereldan party members.
And by splendidly I mean crinkled noses and stink eyes at their horridly practical fashion.(via momochanners)
I bet she’s gonna be a glass cannon
Got my mittens on some coconut oil *shimmies*
*insert Silent Hill theme song*
Sleepytime x Chamomile Dream x Honey
This is perfect
To make sleepy time or not make sleepy time tea…that is the question
Aaaaaand its snowing in TN again flilping great at least my nasal congestion isn’t “that” bad -_-
I’ve come to the very scientific conclusion that V really loves pancakes and waffles
Let’s not forget to acknowledge Alexandre Dumas this Black History Month
The writer of two of the most well known stories worldwide, The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo was a black man.
Racism is not in your intent. Your intent is immaterial in how racist your actions are. This isn’t about you BEING a racist. It’s about you DOING A THING that is racist. Your intent doesn’t change it. Your ignorance of its meaning doesn’t change it. It’s got nothing to do with you as a person and everything to do with the meaning of your action in the context of sociocultural history.
- moniquill (on red face & cultural appropriation)
I’m just going to reblog this again, since some people apparently need reminding.
DING DING DING DING.
Mexican native Alfonso Cuarón just became the first Latin American to win an Academy Award for Best Director. He is the second Mexican and fourth Latin American director to be nominated for an Oscar. The previous nominees are Alejandro González Iñárritu (Babel, 2006), Fernando Meirelles (City of God, 2003), and Héctor Babenco (Kiss of the Spider Woman, 1985). Cuarón also shared the Academy Award for Best Film Editing with Marc Sanger.