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theairbitesshrewdly:

i learned a palindrome today and its the best & funniest tthing ive ever heard here goes:

No sir! Away! A papaya war is on!

jrusevich:

Maia Makhateli and Artur Shesterikov, Dutch National Ballet (Het Nationale Ballet), in Diane and Actaeon.
Photo: M. Haegeman

jrusevich:

Maia Makhateli and Artur Shesterikov, Dutch National Ballet (Het Nationale Ballet), in Diane and Actaeon.

Photo: M. Haegeman

VIP (Very Important PSA)

kathrynalexandre0406:

The Clone Club is taking a moment today to acknowledge the incredible work of Kathryn Alexandre, Tatiana Maslany’s amazing double in Orphan Black. In case you didn’t know yet (where have you been ?!), everytime you see a scene like this one :

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This isn’t actually two Tatiana’s, but only one. Who’s playing Cosima, then ? KATHRYN ALEXANDRE.

So what does that mean, you say ?

It means that for every clone scene, Kathryn Alexandre does as much work as Tatiana Maslany. TMas has to be play every character ? So does Kathryn. Like in this scene : 

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Or in this one :

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Let’s not forget that second double too !

And we NEVER see her, she doesn’t get half of Tatiana’s recognition (at least TMas is a classy person and mentions her double quite often), yet she works just as hard, and Orphan Black wouldn’t be possible without her.

This is why we’re having an Alexandrepocalypse, to thank her and to make sure she knows that we know she’s there too. And this is why you should join.

Kathryn Alexandre,

kathrynealexandre10001:

Thanks for all ya do. You seem like such a humble person and it’s clear you do it because you love it, not because you want your face seen and I think that’s the coolest thing ever. Thanks for being a crucial part of making Orphan Black and the whole clone thing. We appreciate you so much. Thanks again and happy #Alexandrepocalypse

greatdepths:

*pets your grunge*

wow, its so soft

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tokyoghettopuppy:

*adds things that i already did to my to-do list so i can cross them off*

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lostincape-town:

flowersgardenlove:

Sunflowers In Sunset Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

❂

lostincape-town:

flowersgardenlove:

Sunflowers In Sunset Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

sunflowers   flowers   pretty  
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literaryghoul:

unless your teachers are abusive assholes there is no fucking reason to disrespect them

they are literally trying their hardest to get you an education

teachers have every right to complain about rude students or the amount of papers they have to grade because their salary is low as shit

oh wow, your math teacher yelled at you because you were ignoring the lesson and talking to your friend

i wonder why

jesus christ teachers have it hard enough dont be an asshole

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rollforproblematic:

missrep:

The Little Girl from the 1981 LEGO Ad is All Grown Up, and She’s Got Something to Say (via Women You Should Know)

 “In 1981,” explains Giordano, “LEGOs were ‘Universal Building Sets’ and that’s exactly what they were…for boys and girls. Toys are supposed to foster creativity. But nowadays, it seems that a lot more toys already have messages built into them before a child even opens the pink or blue package. In 1981, LEGOs were simple and gender-neutral, and the creativity of the child produced the message. In 2014, it’s the reverse: the toy delivers a message to the child, and this message is weirdly about gender.”

rollforproblematic:

missrep:

The Little Girl from the 1981 LEGO Ad is All Grown Up, and She’s Got Something to Say (via Women You Should Know)

 “In 1981,” explains Giordano, “LEGOs were ‘Universal Building Sets’ and that’s exactly what they were…for boys and girls. Toys are supposed to foster creativity. But nowadays, it seems that a lot more toys already have messages built into them before a child even opens the pink or blue package. In 1981, LEGOs were simple and gender-neutral, and the creativity of the child produced the message. In 2014, it’s the reverse: the toy delivers a message to the child, and this message is weirdly about gender.”

sexism   gender   legos  
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gyomo:

scenery warm ups from twitter !!! references used

art   pretty   inspiration  
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