shinygorrambells: ohyestimelords: babyminaj: HELL TO THE MOTHA FUCKIN YA GIRL GET IT I think I’m in love. ^ Um, this lady is awesome. Yeah, Australia!
IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW.
thatironstring: And then I realized, OH MY GOD, THEY ARE PANTOMIMING THEIR INDIVIDUAL EVENTS. SAILING (ROWING A BOAT?!) edit: NO WAIT, THE BOYS ARE THE WIND IN HER SAILS. MARATHON JUDO HOLY SHIT THESE GUYS ARE BRILLIANT SAKJHLJKFSHSF LOOOOVE.
nightlockets: i don’t know about you but i hope the independent athletes win the olympics
Hillary Clinton on what designers she wears:
Interviewer: Okay. Which designers do you prefer?
Hillary Clinton: What designers of clothes?
Hillary Clinton: Would you ever ask a man that question?
Interviewer: Probably not. Probably not.
OKAY TUMBLR. IT'S TIME TO SETTLE THIS ONCE AND FOR...
justanotherbildungsroman: everydaypanic: batmansymbol: Reblog this if you pronounce “.gif” as “GIF.” NOT JIF, GIF. And here is the link for the opposite. WE SHALL SEE WHICH ONE PREVAILS. BOOM (which is to say HEY LOOK IT TOTALLY DOESN’T MATTER BECAUSE BOTH ARE CORRECT but also to point out that my way is slightly more correct) Haha, how did I know you were going to respond to...
Exit, Pursued by a Bear →
The Older Than Steam Trope Namer is Antigonus from William Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. Though not truly the villain, he is dispatched in this manner. (And unlike most of the other examples on this page, the bear literally comes out of nowhere just for this scene.) Automatic stage direction reblog!
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lookalive-youneverknow: wut This is actually pretty genius. The beginning killed me lol.
Theater Talkback: A Time and a Place to Experiment... →
mrdavidgordon: fuckyeahgreatplays: I was also interested in 13P’s effort to redefine success for the playwright: success, in this case, I think, is simply getting the play up. Heaving it up, throwing it up, seeing the thing, rather than trying to perfect it with months of development or previews. I felt like closing the play to reviews was in that spirit of simply seeing what the thing was and...