Florence Welch photographed by Daniel Jackson.
never forgotten. Meg existed in her own world. Her glamorous and hectic world, where even the brightest ray of sunlight paled in comparison. She was busy almost every minute, working on whatever it was that she did, no one knew. There were rumors that she ran a sex trade, or that she herself was a prostitute, but there were others who said that Meg was the personal assistant to Batman, and dating Robin on the side. These were of course false (Batman didn’t need an assistant after all and 
Robin wasn’t interested). So Meg was an enigma (not to be confused with enema or nematode). She preferred it that way anyhow, when you are raised in a small town, you get accustomed to people knowing your business, and the break is lovely. No, to be quite honest, Meg was a Temp. The best Temp in the history of Temps (second only to Donna Nobles), but who’s asking? So Meg went about her days, being awesome (in the literal sense) and being an enigma. As she liked it.
I just want to share this with you all- I woke up to it in my ask box and I think it’s absolutely fantastic.
This is Scarlett Johansson at a beach in Hawaii.
She is one of the most gorgeous women in the world and a huge sex symbol. She isn’t totally skinny, she only has a thigh gap if she stands with her legs apart and she has cellulite and stretch marks on her thighs and butt. Does she give a fuck? No!
Regardless of all this, she’s absolutely gorgeous. There’s nothing wrong with cellulite, or stretch marks, or not having a perfectly flat stomach, you are beautiful and these things are normal.
I just wanted you all to see somebody who isn’t “perfect”, is still incredibly beautiful and doesn’t care about her stretch marks.
i fucking love this woman
Regina Spektor live on NPR
Flawless human being
PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE OF GAYS DESTROYING THE SANCTITY OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY.
How do you find reactions from fans or kids to Loki’s character?
TOM HIDDLESTON: Mark Ruffalo’s son. I kind of dedicate my performance to his son, his ten-year old, because he was on set a lot. Joss Whedon and Kevin Feige, the producer, they were enormously supportive on set. They were very complimentary when they liked something that I was doing. I would do a take, and they would say, “Awesome. You got it. Let’s — “ And Kevin Feige would be like, “God, that was great. Let’s move on.” And you get on with the day. The days that Mark’s son was there, he was like, “Awesome job, Tom. We got it. Let’s move on.” Kevin would say the same thing, and then Mark’s son would say, “Oh, my God! Tom! That was incredible! That was the most awesome thing I have ever seen!” And I’m like, “I am doing this for you.” And, you know, there were days when Mark would come in with him just to watch, because he wanted to watch. He’d be like, “I’m sorry. We’re here again. He just loves you.” And then you realize that that’s the power that these films can have.
It’s such a beautiful thing. It’s a really amazing privilege.
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