You are the drug that I can’t quit…♥

enchantedbyfilm:

Movie Quote of the Day - Conversations With Other Women (Hans Canosa, 2005)

Man: What was your ex-husband like?
Woman: You know perfectly well what he was like.
Man: Mmhmm, refresh my memory.
Woman: No.
Man: Honestly I can’t remember - the memory starts to go around forty, you know.
Woman: He was red. He was kind of yellow - and black, and pink, and orange, and blue.
Man: What the fuck does that…
Woman: Magenta, purple, maybe a bit of maroon…
Man: Hey! What does that mean?
Woman: I don’t know! It’s what I see when I close my eyes.

enchantedbyfilm:

Movie Quote of the Day - Conversations With Other Women (Hans Canosa, 2005)

Man: What was your ex-husband like?

Woman: You know perfectly well what he was like.

Man: Mmhmm, refresh my memory.

Woman: No.

Man: Honestly I can’t remember - the memory starts to go around forty, you know.

Woman: He was red. He was kind of yellow - and black, and pink, and orange, and blue.

Man: What the fuck does that…

Woman: Magenta, purple, maybe a bit of maroon…

Man: Hey! What does that mean?

Woman: I don’t know! It’s what I see when I close my eyes.

agameofclothes:

Gown for Sansa, Elie Saab

agameofclothes:

Gown for Sansa, Elie Saab

(via thunderdance)

Anonymous asked: The quote you posted “Some are born posthumously" what does it mean?

man-of-prose:

Nietzsche is pointing to the fact that some people will never receive the recognition they deserve, simply because they are ahead of the culture and their time. The truly value of their contributions are discovered much later than their death and only then they are recognized and appreciated.

“It’s like you feel homesick for a place that doesn’t even exist.”

—   Garden State, 2004 (via iaiao)
csabaklement:

be a brave rainbow maker!
my submission for loop de loop’s rainbow theme