I post women's fashion and shopping ideas that I come across on my internet travels. Otherwise, I post things that suit my fancy - especially the Avengers, Tom Hiddleston, Matt Bomer, Lucy Liu, the Hunger Games, and adorable puppies and kitties. My new goal in life is to someday look as fabulous as Alicia Florrick on the Good Wife in my everyday life.

I used to answer vicarious shopping questions and other fashion questions - but those questions can now be submitted at my website at http://tcfkag.weebly.com .

 

arssolum:

arssolum:

i entered the friendzone but all I found were enemies

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fuck you charmin i didnt ask

banglebanger:

It’s been 6 months since this project started. It came as an idea late at night with a conversation among friends. The immense support that this  has received even further proves the lack for a supportive safe space for marginalized communities to thrive because it’s no longer just about survival. 

I hope more than anything this serves as the catalyst for POC to pursue whatever is that we want to pursue because we deserve that and to carve out a space that is so rightfully ours. 

Basically, this is a drawn out thank you, so thank you very much. XOXOXO

—Does it scare you?

Yes.

—That’s good. Want to know why that’s good?

(Source: solthree)

At first, I would ask about the girl in the Dumpster, but no one had heard of her, so I asked if there had ever been any women found in truck stops. Wherever I went, I was told nothing “like that” ever happened, which was remarkable given the numbers of bodies the FBI had tracked over the past thirty years. The newspapers were equally silent. It seems our profound fascination with serial killers is matched by an equally profound lack of interest in their victims. One library archivist explained that I was looking for the kind of news nobody wanted to read. The girl, he said, “wasn’t one of our own. She was a drifter.” I’d never heard the word “drifter” used in earnest.

I read this when it first was published a couple of years ago, but I stumbled back on it today and now I want it to be adapted into the new season of True Detective. It would be everything I’ve ever wanted in a crime narrative. (via kelsium)

Rising Tide is trying to draw us out. I think it’s time they succeeded.

(Source: gilbertcest)

taedisplay:

kerokamina:

innervenom:

savedmyselffromthedragon:

karnythia:

signalfire90:

cesaret:

“May I ask why you felt little Tiffany deserved to die?”

I’m pretty sure this is why Tumblr gave us photosets.

To this day, I still have absolutely no idea if he actually did the right thing by shooting little Tiffany. His story was very convincing…

I totally bought that he was right.

I always though this was about not demonizing people based on how they look, instead focussing on what they do.

Wow

THAT’S RIGHT AGENT J

(Source: kazuos)

fitz-simmonsy:

beingdifferentisbest:

OK HOLD ON LET ME TALK ABOUT SOMETHING HERE

So many times when I’m watching the movie, I keep trying to see how the computer guy doesn’t get shot by Rumlow.

When I first saw the movie, I thought the computer guy HAD been shot, and was so relieved when I saw that he hadn’t. But this brought up the question of how Rumlow had missed? I hadn’t seen what happened. He wouldn’t have just missed.

BUT FINALLY. THROUGH THIS GIFSET, I CAN SEE WHAT HAPPENED.

AGENT SHARON CARTER KICKED THE GUYS CHAIR OUT FROM UNDER HIM SO THAT HE FELL OUT OF THE LINE OF GUN FIRE AND THAT IS WHY HE LIVED.

AND THAT IS ONE OF THE REASONS WHY I THINK SHARON CARTER IS AMAZING.

I love this movie SO much because a lot of it actually is about the bravery of the (extra)ordinary SHIELD agents. Typically these characters get completely overlooked in movies, but so many of them laid their lives down for Steve Rogers’ vision - to help him save the world. I just bawled through the second half of the movie over all the innocent SHIELD agents dying. Particularly the pilots who ran out to try and give air support… I’m tearing up just writing this.

Hail Shanon Carter and all those like her.

(Source: loveholic198)

High-School Teachers: You need to be professional when you go to college. High-School dress-code reflect what COLLEGE classes expect you to wear.

Actual College Student: I know this class is at 5:00 pm, but I'm wearing pajama pants and a tank top.

Actual College Professor: lol same.

iblamebuckybarnes:

unofficialhogwarts:

Headcanon that after the battle of Hogwarts, George dyes his hair an outrageous colour, and at first Molly is mad, but then she hears George whisper “I kept thinking it was him in the mirror”. 

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