Clint right now:
when you get your period at school
Conceal don’t feel don’t let them know
Make one wrong move and then the blood will show
wait a second
didnt all the guardians have lives before they became guardians????
only we got jacks back story in the movie
Reblog for the last one
it’s a game show where everyone eats the furniture in a room and tries to see which is made of chocolate
So basically you’re telling me this is the best fucking game ever created
The fact that Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian Mckellen are best friends in real life makes me so happy
Who wants to sign up to be Sir Ian Mckellen to my Sir Patrick Stewart?
Boo’s real name is Mary, as shown briefly on one of the crayon drawings she shows to Sulley in the scene where Boo is going to sleep on Sulley’s bed. The actress who provided the voice of Boo is Mary Gibbs.
Dammit Pixar, do you guys ever sleep
YO DUDE I SAW THIS ON DA A FEW WEEKS AGO AND I WAS LIKE “WHY DID SOMEONE SUBMIT SCREENSHOTS OF THE FILM?” BUT THEN I WAS LIKE HO SHIT IT’S A COSPLAY!!!!! THIS PERSON IS PERFECT
this is cosplay
THIS IS COSPLAY
I DIDN’T EVEN FUCKING.. I THOUGHT I WAS SCROLLING PASSED OLD SCREEN SHOTS FROM THE BLACK PEARL!?!?!?!?
HOW THE SHIT IS THAT A COSPLAY
господь да это ж наш пацан! О_____О
Anonymous asked: What are your opinions on EML? It's fun to watch but in my eyes whats the point of going through all that fuss when you could just go to an open call and they would sign you if you're good. Where do you even watch it? Do you have any links? Thanks :)
Here you go! There are only 2 seasons so far: 2012 and 2013.
I think it’s a very good competition. Here’s a good equation:
The Face/Top Model + steroids - drama + all star model mentors + all star photographers and designers + bootcamp that turns you into an actual model = EML
EML takes very young girls, as young as 14, with potential and turns them into models. If you’re 14, you won’t even make it through the door, let alone get signed by an agency. Girls who are younger than 16 and can’t work still get signed after the competition is over. The agencies help you develop your portfolio until you turn 16, thus giving you a better chance at success (Estelle from 2013).
EML provides you the training that going to an open call will not give you. 2 weeks of nonstop runway and editorial practice. There are runway experts who fix your walk and help you develop it. You participate in solo photoshoots and have professional photographers (Bojana Tatarska) help you find your angles and give you an idea of what a photoshoot is like.
You develop connections, which is arguably the best part of participating in EML. If you win in your country, that means that branch’s head likes you. Most contestants go on to sign with Elite in their own country. If you go on to the final, other branches see you. Some go on to sign with other countries’ Elite agencies.
Besides, EML produces a lot of big names. Even if you aren’t the winner, a lot of girls go on to sign, walk, and shoot for big clients. For example, Kaylin from 2013 did an ad campaign for Calvin Klein. She wouldn’t have gotten that if she just walked into The Society (Elite’s US branch).
Basically, EML gives you the training, the experience, and the connections you need to become an actual top model.
This is pretty much me in the shower
when you take a shower you turn into gollum?????
And when the conditioner gets in my eyes, I screech:
IT BURNS UUUSSSSSSSSSS
This turns up on my dash every few days and makes me laugh every time.
[I’ve decided this must be their ‘hello world! We love each other!!' moment… so although I do feel a bit guilty using this video from the Sun, its Cara & Michelle!!!]
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