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♢☆It's Blondie☆♢

Drink it up.
Puff it out ♡
Apr 17 '14

Don’t judge. I’m barely good at talking lol

Apr 17 '14

Don’t judge. I’m barely good at talking lol

Apr 17 '14
boltsy:

duessa:

gamzees-butt:

thischick25:

casinthetardis:

So, we can all admit to seeing some weird ass ads in our lives. 
But this one. This one might just take the cake for me. 
I bet you can’t guess what this is an add for at first glance
Yep. That’s right. 
TAMPAX. THIS IS AN AD FOR TAMPAX. 
Let me just let that sink in 

::slow clap::

hey whoa it finally happened, there are NO flowers or salads

THIS IS THE GREATEST TAMPON AD I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE
FOUR FOR YOU TAMPAX
YOU GO TAMPAX

this is one of those times when I reeeeally hope their product is quality
or else she dead

boltsy:

duessa:

gamzees-butt:

thischick25:

casinthetardis:

So, we can all admit to seeing some weird ass ads in our lives. 

But this one. This one might just take the cake for me. 

I bet you can’t guess what this is an add for at first glance

Yep. That’s right. 

TAMPAX. THIS IS AN AD FOR TAMPAX. 

Let me just let that sink in 

::slow clap::

hey whoa it finally happened, there are NO flowers or salads

THIS IS THE GREATEST TAMPON AD I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE

FOUR FOR YOU TAMPAX

YOU GO TAMPAX

this is one of those times when I reeeeally hope their product is quality

or else she dead

(Source: bloodgulchalpha)

Apr 16 '14

I’m a boss ass bitch xD

Apr 15 '14
My #mcm <3 Jared Leto from 30 Seconds to Mars ^.^ ;* #jaredleto #thirtysecondstomars

My #mcm <3 Jared Leto from 30 Seconds to Mars ^.^ ;* #jaredleto #thirtysecondstomars

Mar 27 '14

If I were ever to be a model… well I’ll let you finish that thought ♥

Mar 27 '14

Anonymous asked:

You're gorgeous WHAT THE HELL THIS ISNT FAIR :(

If you will kind stranger but tell me your name so I could thank you ♥♥

Mar 27 '14
But first&#8230; Let me take a #selfie&#160;!!! ;D cx

But first… Let me take a #selfie !!! ;D cx

3 notes Tags: selfie
Mar 7 '14

I can never be as beautiful as anyone else.

Mar 7 '14
oh-totoro:

Who needs an Oscar Anyway?!The Wind Rises Wins Japan Academy Prizes for Animation and MusicHayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli’s The Wind Rises film won the animation category in the 37th Annual Japan Academy Prizes on Friday. Miyazaki’s final feature film was competing against The Tale of Princess Kaguya (another Ghibli film by Miyazaki’s colleague and mentor Isao Takahata), Captain Harlock, Puella Magi Madoka Magica The Movie Part 3: Rebellion, and Lupin III vs. Detective Conan The Movie.Composer Joe Hisaishi’s work on The Wind Rises also won the award for Best Soundtrack. The academy actually nominated Hisaishi for no less than three films: The Tale of Princess Kaguya, The Wind Rises, and Tokyo Family. In his acceptance speech, Hisaishi obliquely referenced the recent controversy over whether fellow composer Mamoru Samuragochi wrote his own music.Former Ghibli president and producer Toshio Suzuki accepted the award for animation. While he thanked the academy for the award, he drily observed that he learned his lesson — his studio should not make two films in the same year.The Best Picture of the Year honor went to the live-action film Fune o Amu (The Great Passage). Director Nagisa Oshima (In the Realm of the Senses, Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Band of Ninja) and actor Isao Natsuyagi were among the five individuals who received posthumous Chairperson’s Special Awards for lifetime achievement. Actor Ken Takakura (live-action Golgo 13) received an Association’s Special Award for lifetime achievement as well.The Animation of the Year category was only created seven years ago. Last year, Mamoru Hosoda’s Wolf Children won the award. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Tekkonkinkreet, Ponyo, Summer Wars, The Secret World of Arrietty, and From Up On Poppy Hill were the previous winners. Before that, Studio Ghibli won the overall Picture of the Year Award for Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away.The Wind Rises also competed for the Best Animated Feature Film in the Academy Awards in the United States, but lost to Disney’s Frozen by directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee. The Wind Rises did win the Annie Award for Writing in an Animated Feature Production, many critics’ choice awards, and Tsutaya Film Fan Award.In the photo above: Joe Hisaishi, can be seen top row, third from the right. And Toshio Suzuki, top row, fourth from the right.Source: www.animenewsnetwork.comPhoto: www.cinemacafe.net

oh-totoro:

Who needs an Oscar Anyway?!

The Wind Rises Wins Japan Academy Prizes for Animation and Music

Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli’s The Wind Rises film won the animation category in the 37th Annual Japan Academy Prizes on Friday. Miyazaki’s final feature film was competing against The Tale of Princess Kaguya (another Ghibli film by Miyazaki’s colleague and mentor Isao Takahata), Captain Harlock, Puella Magi Madoka Magica The Movie Part 3: Rebellion, and Lupin III vs. Detective Conan The Movie.

Composer Joe Hisaishi’s work on The Wind Rises also won the award for Best Soundtrack. The academy actually nominated Hisaishi for no less than three films: The Tale of Princess Kaguya, The Wind Rises, and Tokyo Family. In his acceptance speech, Hisaishi obliquely referenced the recent controversy over whether fellow composer Mamoru Samuragochi wrote his own music.

Former Ghibli president and producer Toshio Suzuki accepted the award for animation. While he thanked the academy for the award, he drily observed that he learned his lesson — his studio should not make two films in the same year.

The Best Picture of the Year honor went to the live-action film Fune o Amu (The Great Passage). Director Nagisa Oshima (In the Realm of the Senses, Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Band of Ninja) and actor Isao Natsuyagi were among the five individuals who received posthumous Chairperson’s Special Awards for lifetime achievement. Actor Ken Takakura (live-action Golgo 13) received an Association’s Special Award for lifetime achievement as well.

The Animation of the Year category was only created seven years ago. Last year, Mamoru Hosoda’s Wolf Children won the award. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Tekkonkinkreet, Ponyo, Summer Wars, The Secret World of Arrietty, and From Up On Poppy Hill were the previous winners. Before that, Studio Ghibli won the overall Picture of the Year Award for Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away.

The Wind Rises also competed for the Best Animated Feature Film in the Academy Awards in the United States, but lost to Disney’s Frozen by directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee. The Wind Rises did win the Annie Award for Writing in an Animated Feature Production, many critics’ choice awards, and Tsutaya Film Fan Award.

In the photo above: Joe Hisaishi, can be seen top row, third from the right. And Toshio Suzuki, top row, fourth from the right.

Source: www.animenewsnetwork.com
Photo: www.cinemacafe.net