[1/10] favorite characters: Alex Kerkovich
"The last thing we want is for things to get complicated like in It’s Complicated, so we’re just gonna go with it like in Just Go With It and be friends with benefits like in No Strings Attached."
if u dont know how to respond to something just say “how dare you”
This us an excellent, terrible idea.
a friendly reminder:
don’t hang out with people that make you feel bad about yourself
Adam Scott, in response to ‘Favorite part about your character?’ (x)
I think my dad heard me crying cause he just cracked open my door and slid a piece of cake on the floor into my room
He’s yummy but I’m mostly just reblogging because LOOK AT THAT SKILL
Further evidence that pole dancing is incredibly beautiful and sexy when the person doing it knows what they’re doing, regardless of their sex.
I just today found out that a teacher my mother and I both studied with is dying. When I asked my mother what we should do for her, if we should send flowers, she said:
"Emily would want us to be brave in all parts of our lives. No flowers."
Fuck yeah, bravery.
These are some techniques I use when I’m having a panic attack.
I’m no expert, but they seem to help me out, so maybe they’ll help you out too.
“There are a couple of things I want to impart to ladies who want to be in comedy: One, you don’t have to be weird or be quirky to get your job done. And two, comedy skill is not sexually transmittable. You do not have to sleep with a comedian to learn what you’re doing. Male comedians will not like that advice, but it is the truth.” - Tina Fey
Talking the familiar, heartless language of hunger economics.
"You can’t make these kinds of heartless remarks unless you think the poor deserve their fate — that they have a character flaw, born of public assistance. And there hovers another awful haunt of Irish history. In 2012, Ryan said that the network of programs for the American poor made people not want to work… Where have I heard that before? Ah, yes — 19th-century England. The Irish national character, Trevelyan confided to a fellow aristocrat, was “defective.” The hungry millions were “a selfish, perverse, and turbulent” people, said the man in charge of relieving their plight."
"The brain can get sick too."
Re-make of this post.
End mental health stigma.
I love this show.