errow6:

alizabug:

I’ve posted this before but this gives me strength when I have none

At first I thought “oh haha” then I lost my shit.

(via whiskey-bent-hell-boundxo)

sibiet:

i actually like asshole couples best like the couples that pick on each other so much and call each other names but it’s okay because you know they’re actually totally in love and none of it is meant in a mean way and every insult is punctuated by a sweet comment to remind the other how much they actually adore them and i’m sorry but there isn’t anything cuter ok

(via whiskey-bent-hell-boundxo)

ilana wexler | season one

(via charmingcrows)

theblacksymphony:

If this is your husband, I have just endured a 2 hour train ride from Philadelphia listening to this loser and his friends brag about their multiple affairs and how their wives are too stupid to catch on. Oh, please reblog the shit out of this…

theblacksymphony:

If this is your husband, I have just endured a 2 hour train ride from Philadelphia listening to this loser and his friends brag about their multiple affairs and how their wives are too stupid to catch on. Oh, please reblog the shit out of this…

(via redruby-crown)

Im back bitches

whymakswhy:

‘STACEY’S MOM HAS GOT IT GOIN’ ON

SHE’S ALL I WANT AND I’VE WAITED FOR SO LONG

STACY CAN’T YOU SEE YOU’RE JUST NOT THE GIRL FOR ME

I KNOW IT MIGHT BE WRONG BUT I’M IN LOVE WITH STACE-‘

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….Hello…sir…

(via sand-and-seagulls)

phil-the-stone:

ianocheetos:

kiss-the-tot:

pheebadohdoh:

0shawhat:

davidbowiesgroin:

no-one-sees:


I love you most.

She kisses her hair instead of her forehead.

THAT JUST BLEW MY mIND THANK YOU



I just noticed, when she says ‘you most’ she breaks eye contact to look at her hair

There’s so much symbolism in this movie though like when the mirror breaks at the end and all the stuff about the hair so along with being extremely cute and catchy Tangled is also really deep.
I could watch this movie forever.

Gothel directs most of her loving gestures towards Rapunzel’s hair. In “Mother Knows Best”, Gothel gives a particularly noticeable, prolonged look at her hair and rubs her cheek against it. She also calls Rapunzel her “flower” several times.
First time watching “Tangled”, afterwards I thought, but Mother Gothel did seem to care for her in the beginning. Did she actually care for her, just a little? But after watching it a second time, I noticed all of her subtle ways of emotionally manipulating Rapunzel into being dependent on her (convincing her that staying inside was for her own good, and constantly chipping away at her self esteem before dismissing it as “just teasing” with a smile and a wave, keeping her compliant with small kindnesses like going away to get Rapunzel the shells she wanted), and all of the subtle signs that even as Gothel acted like she loved Rapunzel, all she really cared about was her hair.
Basically, “Tangled” is really clever at showing an emotionally abusive, parasitic and manipulative family relationship. It’s effective because it’s so subtle.

Something else I’ve noticed is that every time Gothel touches Rapunzel’s hair, it’s to bring it to the front, closer to herself, while every time Flynn touches it, it’s to push it away from her face so that he can see her, not the hair.

phil-the-stone:

ianocheetos:

kiss-the-tot:

pheebadohdoh:

0shawhat:

davidbowiesgroin:

no-one-sees:

I love you most.

She kisses her hair instead of her forehead.

THAT JUST BLEW MY mIND THANK YOU

I just noticed, when she says ‘you most’ she breaks eye contact to look at her hair

There’s so much symbolism in this movie though like when the mirror breaks at the end and all the stuff about the hair so along with being extremely cute and catchy Tangled is also really deep.

I could watch this movie forever.

Gothel directs most of her loving gestures towards Rapunzel’s hair. In “Mother Knows Best”, Gothel gives a particularly noticeable, prolonged look at her hair and rubs her cheek against it. She also calls Rapunzel her “flower” several times.

First time watching “Tangled”, afterwards I thought, but Mother Gothel did seem to care for her in the beginning. Did she actually care for her, just a little? But after watching it a second time, I noticed all of her subtle ways of emotionally manipulating Rapunzel into being dependent on her (convincing her that staying inside was for her own good, and constantly chipping away at her self esteem before dismissing it as “just teasing” with a smile and a wave, keeping her compliant with small kindnesses like going away to get Rapunzel the shells she wanted), and all of the subtle signs that even as Gothel acted like she loved Rapunzel, all she really cared about was her hair.

Basically, “Tangled” is really clever at showing an emotionally abusive, parasitic and manipulative family relationship. It’s effective because it’s so subtle.

Something else I’ve noticed is that every time Gothel touches Rapunzel’s hair, it’s to bring it to the front, closer to herself, while every time Flynn touches it, it’s to push it away from her face so that he can see her, not the hair.

(via countrygirl135)

mrssuthernbell:

Oh yeah!

Real men don’t talk about their sexual conquests or call a woman out of her name. My father once told me “No matter if a woman is sinner or a saint when you lay with her you become her equal. So no matter what you feel about them, it’s also a reflection of yourself.

(via withaheartofacowgirl)

(via azprimee)

prop-215:

Romulan