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    • person: have you ever ran a marathon
    • me: yeah
    • person: which one
    • me: a movie one
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  • Whose Line Is It Anyway Sideways Scenes so far

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  • I can’t think about that right now. If I do, I’ll go crazy. I’ll think about that tomorrow.

     - Scarlett O’Hara, Gone With The Wind (1939)
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  • stonedemma:

    scarlett o’hara + handling bitches with ease

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  • He read her like a book. He had always read her and he was the one man in the world from whom she would like to hide her real thoughts.

     - Margaret Mitchell | Gone with the Wind (via svdbygrcty)
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    •  a brief summary of gone with the wind
    • everyone: stop being in love with ashley
    • scarlett: lol no
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  • tracylord:

    film meme» eight female characters [6/8]: Scarlett O’Hara

    "Great balls of fire. Don’t bother me anymore, and don’t call me sugar."

    Scarlett O’Hara is one of the strongest female characters ever created, brought forth in a time when women had few strong role models to look up to in fiction or otherwise.

    Convention said a true lady was always polite, kept her mouth shut, did not show her own strength, and most certainly did not use her head. Her job was to patiently wait for a man to come rescue her, and look pretty while doing it.

    Scarlett broke every rule, from the very first time we see her as a pampered southern belle, lost in the romance of the antebellum south, to the very last scene, where she realized that she has just lost the only man she ever truly loved. Yet she still fights on, promising herself that tomorrow is another day, she is a true heroine.

    Her value as a character is immense. Throughout the story she grows and changes; some aspects of her personality are sharpened while others are worn down. When people speak of well-rounded characters, I always think of Scarlett O’ Hara.

    Yes, she was manipulative, and yes she was quite often a spoiled little brat, but she had a strength and dignity about her that has inspired countless generations of women. It is her imperfections that brought her alive, that gave her so much room for growth. Each time she turns and gives the camera that look, I get chills. That one look tells you everything you ever needed to know about Scarlett. She is not going to let anything get in the way of the things she wants [x].

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  • If I choose you over sleep, you must be very very special.

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  • so here’s the deal.




    joss whedon, where is my avengers musical. i know you’ve got it in you. and i know you want it just as bad as i do. i sincerely hope that was part of the contract you just signed. 



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  • fuckyeahjosswhedon:

    THIS Happened.

    And the world is now a little better. 

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  • best-of-imgur:

Don’t know if it was intentional, but a good casting choice. 


    Don’t know if it was intentional, but a good casting choice.