aristocraticbunnies:

I still feel kind of betrayed
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I still feel kind of betrayed
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I still feel kind of betrayed
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I still feel kind of betrayed
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I still feel kind of betrayed
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aristocraticbunnies:

I still feel kind of betrayed
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I still feel kind of betrayed
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I still feel kind of betrayed

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vanconcastiel:

ignotum-per-aeque-ignotum:

fandomstuck:

the fact that there are animals who can see colors that i cant which means that there are colors that exist that it is literally impossible for me to envision is such fucking bullshit that i wanna rip open a couch and eat it

Humans have 3 types of rods for processing color (red green and blue). Mantis Shrimp have 16.

Fucking shrimp. I will NOT be jealous of food.

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rainbowsandfood:

THIS IS EPIC
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THIS IS EPIC
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THIS IS EPIC
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THIS IS EPIC
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#ExplainAFilmPlotBadly, But With Classic Books f

cheshirelibrary:

If you’re on Twitter, you’ve probably seen the #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly hashtag thing happening.

You get the idea. But you know what’s better than purposefully misrepresenting movies for funsies? DOING IT TO BOOKS. Let’s #ExplainABookPlotBadly

The Odyssey: Kid literally tells his mother to be quiet and go upstairs to her room to do crafts.

Walden: Man pens an epic tome about nature and self-sufficiency while living about a mile from a sizable town and having his mom do his laundry.

Anna Karenina: A young woman falls in love with a man who falls in love with his horse.

The Scarlet Letter: A mother and her daughter grow up together in the quiet of the New England countryside. Like, really quiet. So, so quiet. Where are all the neighbors?

The Grapes of Wrath:Rich people are awful to everyone else.

Pride and Prejudice:Wealthy man discovers he can be secretly nice but openly awful to everyone around him because: dolla dolla bills, y’all.

Jane Eyre:Eccentric and grumpy local man leads on a snobby, rich neighborhood girl in order to make a much younger employee jealous.

Moby Dick: The reader learns everything one needs to know about whale anatomy and the futility of human endeavor.

Invisible Man (the Ralph Ellison, not the H.G. Wells): White people, amirite?

Anne of Green Gables:Obnoxious girl is tolerated by her community.

The Sun Also Rises:A man is very concerned with his penis.

Dante’s Inferno: Poet designs eternal torments for historical figures and acquaintances of whom he personally disapproves.

Gone With The Wind:Southern woman wastes years pursuing a man who represents everything awful about the South.

Source: cheshirelibrary

6funny, books,

fragilelabyrinth:

Happy Birthday Mehilem Meyer ben Nachum Favel Weisenfreund aka Paul Muni (September 22, 1895 - August 25 ,1967)

“Muni was one of the great actors of all time. There was no way for this man to be bad. He was a perfectionist, which is probably the reason he was never a really happy man. I don’t know whether he liked being an actor or didn’t like being an actor. He must have liked it because he worked so hard at it. What made him such a great performer? Heart. Guts. And one other important thing. He listened. He always listened. All the great actors listen. And the ones who don’t, who are just thinking of their next line or who they’re going to bed with tonight, might as well not be there. When young kids come to me for advice about acting, I tell them you can steal a scene when somebody else is talking. If you’re really listening, you can take that scene right away from the guy or woman who’s talking. Muni did that—not intentionally—instinctively.” - Mervyn LeRoy
“Whatever he did, he needed a mask; he needed the sense of being someone else, in order to be himself. He was a real character actor. And to characterize, he used what every good actor uses: some kind of imaginative stimulus that often is fed by things that are highly personal. Sometimes he’s not even aware of it, as writers are not necessarily aware of it, but it feeds them, gives flesh and substance to what they do onstage. Muni had a sound, respectable sense of responsibility to his craft and to his art—he never just swept it off the cuff. He was careful, detailed, painstaking in his preparation.” - Lee Strasberg
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fragilelabyrinth:

Happy Birthday Mehilem Meyer ben Nachum Favel Weisenfreund aka Paul Muni (September 22, 1895 - August 25 ,1967)

“Muni was one of the great actors of all time. There was no way for this man to be bad. He was a perfectionist, which is probably the reason he was never a really happy man. I don’t know whether he liked being an actor or didn’t like being an actor. He must have liked it because he worked so hard at it. What made him such a great performer? Heart. Guts. And one other important thing. He listened. He always listened. All the great actors listen. And the ones who don’t, who are just thinking of their next line or who they’re going to bed with tonight, might as well not be there. When young kids come to me for advice about acting, I tell them you can steal a scene when somebody else is talking. If you’re really listening, you can take that scene right away from the guy or woman who’s talking. Muni did that—not intentionally—instinctively.” - Mervyn LeRoy
“Whatever he did, he needed a mask; he needed the sense of being someone else, in order to be himself. He was a real character actor. And to characterize, he used what every good actor uses: some kind of imaginative stimulus that often is fed by things that are highly personal. Sometimes he’s not even aware of it, as writers are not necessarily aware of it, but it feeds them, gives flesh and substance to what they do onstage. Muni had a sound, respectable sense of responsibility to his craft and to his art—he never just swept it off the cuff. He was careful, detailed, painstaking in his preparation.” - Lee Strasberg
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fragilelabyrinth:

Happy Birthday Mehilem Meyer ben Nachum Favel Weisenfreund aka Paul Muni (September 22, 1895 - August 25 ,1967)

“Muni was one of the great actors of all time. There was no way for this man to be bad. He was a perfectionist, which is probably the reason he was never a really happy man. I don’t know whether he liked being an actor or didn’t like being an actor. He must have liked it because he worked so hard at it. What made him such a great performer? Heart. Guts. And one other important thing. He listened. He always listened. All the great actors listen. And the ones who don’t, who are just thinking of their next line or who they’re going to bed with tonight, might as well not be there. When young kids come to me for advice about acting, I tell them you can steal a scene when somebody else is talking. If you’re really listening, you can take that scene right away from the guy or woman who’s talking. Muni did that—not intentionally—instinctively.” - Mervyn LeRoy
“Whatever he did, he needed a mask; he needed the sense of being someone else, in order to be himself. He was a real character actor. And to characterize, he used what every good actor uses: some kind of imaginative stimulus that often is fed by things that are highly personal. Sometimes he’s not even aware of it, as writers are not necessarily aware of it, but it feeds them, gives flesh and substance to what they do onstage. Muni had a sound, respectable sense of responsibility to his craft and to his art—he never just swept it off the cuff. He was careful, detailed, painstaking in his preparation.” - Lee Strasberg
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fragilelabyrinth:

Happy Birthday Mehilem Meyer ben Nachum Favel Weisenfreund aka Paul Muni (September 22, 1895 - August 25 ,1967)

“Muni was one of the great actors of all time. There was no way for this man to be bad. He was a perfectionist, which is probably the reason he was never a really happy man. I don’t know whether he liked being an actor or didn’t like being an actor. He must have liked it because he worked so hard at it. What made him such a great performer? Heart. Guts. And one other important thing. He listened. He always listened. All the great actors listen. And the ones who don’t, who are just thinking of their next line or who they’re going to bed with tonight, might as well not be there. When young kids come to me for advice about acting, I tell them you can steal a scene when somebody else is talking. If you’re really listening, you can take that scene right away from the guy or woman who’s talking. Muni did that—not intentionally—instinctively.” - Mervyn LeRoy
“Whatever he did, he needed a mask; he needed the sense of being someone else, in order to be himself. He was a real character actor. And to characterize, he used what every good actor uses: some kind of imaginative stimulus that often is fed by things that are highly personal. Sometimes he’s not even aware of it, as writers are not necessarily aware of it, but it feeds them, gives flesh and substance to what they do onstage. Muni had a sound, respectable sense of responsibility to his craft and to his art—he never just swept it off the cuff. He was careful, detailed, painstaking in his preparation.” - Lee Strasberg
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fragilelabyrinth:

Happy Birthday Mehilem Meyer ben Nachum Favel Weisenfreund aka Paul Muni (September 22, 1895 - August 25 ,1967)

“Muni was one of the great actors of all time. There was no way for this man to be bad. He was a perfectionist, which is probably the reason he was never a really happy man. I don’t know whether he liked being an actor or didn’t like being an actor. He must have liked it because he worked so hard at it. What made him such a great performer? Heart. Guts. And one other important thing. He listened. He always listened. All the great actors listen. And the ones who don’t, who are just thinking of their next line or who they’re going to bed with tonight, might as well not be there. When young kids come to me for advice about acting, I tell them you can steal a scene when somebody else is talking. If you’re really listening, you can take that scene right away from the guy or woman who’s talking. Muni did that—not intentionally—instinctively.” - Mervyn LeRoy
“Whatever he did, he needed a mask; he needed the sense of being someone else, in order to be himself. He was a real character actor. And to characterize, he used what every good actor uses: some kind of imaginative stimulus that often is fed by things that are highly personal. Sometimes he’s not even aware of it, as writers are not necessarily aware of it, but it feeds them, gives flesh and substance to what they do onstage. Muni had a sound, respectable sense of responsibility to his craft and to his art—he never just swept it off the cuff. He was careful, detailed, painstaking in his preparation.” - Lee Strasberg
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fragilelabyrinth:

Happy Birthday Mehilem Meyer ben Nachum Favel Weisenfreund aka Paul Muni (September 22, 1895 - August 25 ,1967)

“Muni was one of the great actors of all time. There was no way for this man to be bad. He was a perfectionist, which is probably the reason he was never a really happy man. I don’t know whether he liked being an actor or didn’t like being an actor. He must have liked it because he worked so hard at it. What made him such a great performer? Heart. Guts. And one other important thing. He listened. He always listened. All the great actors listen. And the ones who don’t, who are just thinking of their next line or who they’re going to bed with tonight, might as well not be there. When young kids come to me for advice about acting, I tell them you can steal a scene when somebody else is talking. If you’re really listening, you can take that scene right away from the guy or woman who’s talking. Muni did that—not intentionally—instinctively.” - Mervyn LeRoy
“Whatever he did, he needed a mask; he needed the sense of being someone else, in order to be himself. He was a real character actor. And to characterize, he used what every good actor uses: some kind of imaginative stimulus that often is fed by things that are highly personal. Sometimes he’s not even aware of it, as writers are not necessarily aware of it, but it feeds them, gives flesh and substance to what they do onstage. Muni had a sound, respectable sense of responsibility to his craft and to his art—he never just swept it off the cuff. He was careful, detailed, painstaking in his preparation.” - Lee Strasberg
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fragilelabyrinth:

Happy Birthday Mehilem Meyer ben Nachum Favel Weisenfreund aka Paul Muni (September 22, 1895 - August 25 ,1967)

“Muni was one of the great actors of all time. There was no way for this man to be bad. He was a perfectionist, which is probably the reason he was never a really happy man. I don’t know whether he liked being an actor or didn’t like being an actor. He must have liked it because he worked so hard at it. What made him such a great performer? Heart. Guts. And one other important thing. He listened. He always listened. All the great actors listen. And the ones who don’t, who are just thinking of their next line or who they’re going to bed with tonight, might as well not be there. When young kids come to me for advice about acting, I tell them you can steal a scene when somebody else is talking. If you’re really listening, you can take that scene right away from the guy or woman who’s talking. Muni did that—not intentionally—instinctively.” - Mervyn LeRoy

“Whatever he did, he needed a mask; he needed the sense of being someone else, in order to be himself. He was a real character actor. And to characterize, he used what every good actor uses: some kind of imaginative stimulus that often is fed by things that are highly personal. Sometimes he’s not even aware of it, as writers are not necessarily aware of it, but it feeds them, gives flesh and substance to what they do onstage. Muni had a sound, respectable sense of responsibility to his craft and to his art—he never just swept it off the cuff. He was careful, detailed, painstaking in his preparation.” - Lee Strasberg

Source: fragilelabyrinth

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chickenstab:

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Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson
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Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson

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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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nubbsgalore:

three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)
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three orphaned baby black rhinos — hope, kilifi and nicky — are being raised in kenya’s lewa wildlife conservancy by rangers who haven’t left their side since their mothers were killed by poachers. from a population that used to number in the hundreds of thousands only a century ago, less than 5,000 black rhinos now remain. photos by (click pic) luca ghidoni, suzi eszterhas and ami vitale. (similar posts)

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iglovequotes:

Daily dose of love quotes here

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6couldn't be more accurate,

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