Thursday, February 27, 2014
221bitssmallerontheoutside:

mattie:

The most intense form of pretentious dishevelment I’ve ever seen in my life.

EVERY WORD OF THAT SENTENCE IS PURE GOLD

221bitssmallerontheoutside:

mattie:

The most intense form of pretentious dishevelment I’ve ever seen in my life.

EVERY WORD OF THAT SENTENCE IS PURE GOLD

Wednesday, November 6, 2013
henriduplaisir:

this will be my only contribution to the night vale fandom

henriduplaisir:

this will be my only contribution to the night vale fandom

(Source: napoleonkin)

Monday, November 4, 2013
edwardspoonhands:

edwardspoonhands:

Does the world know about this picture?

Just a reminder…

also robert pattinson:

edwardspoonhands:

edwardspoonhands:

Does the world know about this picture?

Just a reminder…

also robert pattinson:

http://cdn04.cdn.socialitelife.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/robertpattinson-shirtless-photo-shoot-photos-04022009-01.jpg

Saturday, September 28, 2013

(Source: kris-rob)

Monday, February 18, 2013

tete-pownshend:

thinkin about it

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thinkin about it

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thinkin about it

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goin for it

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Monday, January 28, 2013
quiet000001:

Once again proving that no one hates his life like Rpattz hates his life.

quiet000001:

Once again proving that no one hates his life like Rpattz hates his life.

(Source: paulwelsey)

Sunday, December 2, 2012

rubdown:

felixkitty:

captainsnippet:

“Rob’s really good with the babies. Every time they started crying, I would literally go, ‘Oh god, where’s its mom?’ I would be worried about the baby and he would literally go into the corner and just shake it to sleep.” -Kristen Stewart

they… they actually put all that fake blood on a REAL baby!?!??!

His face in the last gif. OMG XD

I’m not sure shaking a baby to “sleep” means you’re good with babies.

DID THEY SERIOUSLY DO THIS IN TWILIGHT????????????????????????? amayze.

(Source: wannabebritish)

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

saezutte:

morgan-leigh:

cleolinda:

“Millions of Twilight fans out there just cannot wait to see this. It’s almost heartbreaking because they don’t want it to be over. It’s a little bittersweet, isn’t it?” (x)
(Answer: “Umm. FOR THEM!”)

When is his long international nightmare contractually over? Monday after the box office numbers come in? Is there a Sparkle Protection Program he can go into? RUN, TAKE ONLY THE VODKA, KEEP RUNNING AND DON’T LOOK BACK

I have long believed that he’s going to live out his days as a hermit on some tiny little deserted island off the coast of Scotland somewhere, without electricity or an internet connection, only endless alcohol flown in from the mainland.

RPattz becomes the Salinger of the shitty vampire movie world. Moves to New Hampshire. Continually turns down requests to reprise his role as a sparklepire. 20 years from now, releases a brief short film where he plays Edward. It is nonsensical. He hasn’t aged a day.

(Source: yellyhaim)

Monday, November 19, 2012

bamsaidthelady:

filmmemory:

3 minutes of Robert Pattinson hating Twilight

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Rebloggable version of the “Kristen Stewart is a bad role model” ask.

Anonymous asked: No. People unfollowed you because of kstew. I hope you were joking when you said that she is a role model. You like her and I wonder why. I really do. I just don’t get how you could respect her after she played an active role in wrecking a marriage with children. that’s just where it gets sleazy no matter who is involved. What kind of person seriously makes those decisions? She seriously doesnt give a shit about anybody else?

i’m not sure what this is in reply to, but people follow and unfollow me all the time. i guess you unfollowed me because of kstew, but that doesn’t mean anyone else did. i’ve had a few anon messages along these lines before, but i assume they were from other people because why would you bother sticking around? but since i  receive (and delete) an anti-KStew message every few months or so, i will actually answer this one.

i think this belief that kristen stewart is a terrible person is depressing and founded in sexism. we don’t know kristen stewart. we don’t know about her personal life. all we know is there are paparazzi photos of her kissing a married man, and that once those photos went public she made a tearful and genuine apology (the first time she’s ever talked about her personal life), and half the internet proceeded to loathe and criticise her as if she’d just kicked a baby in the face.

cheating hurts and can break up families, but it isn’t rare. and it doesn’t happen because some evil witch slut shows up and goes “i’m gonna find me a married man so i can have casual sex and ruin his family!!” in this case, a young actress slept with an older, married director, a situation which has been happening ever since young actresses were first stereotyped as ingenues and sex-objects while directors were characterised as evil overlords and artistic geniuses. i’m not saying kristen stewart is an angel who was preyed upon by a dastardly villain or anything, but the relationship between actor and director is an intense one. rupert sanders is older and more experienced, and was in a position of authority over her both on-set and in terms of her career in general.

“what kind of person seriously makes those decisions?” — normal people. people cheat on their girlfriends and boyfriends and screw up their relationship all the time, particularly when they’re in their twenties and are away from home, or are middle-aged men who are working closely with attractive young women. the reason for most infidelities isn’t innate immorality or even true love — it’s opportunity.

if one of my friends told me they’d slept with a middle-aged married dude (a boss or a  professor would be the normal-person equivalent of this situation, i guess?), i wouldn’t be all “get out of my life, trampire!” i’d be sympathetic. yes, i’d disapprove, but i’d assume that they already knew what they did was wrong. the idea that every single person who is guilty of infidelity is immoral is just ridiculous — you’d probably be discounting something like a third of the human population.

as for the “role model” thing, well…i do have a role models tag, which you can probably tell is kind of facetious. but a lot of young teenagers do look up to kstew, and i don’t see anything wrong with that. saying that she can’t be a role model because she was involved in an extramarital fair when she was 21 is ridiculous. history is positively littered with famous inventors, warriors, politicians, and geniuses who screwed their way around whole flotillas of mistresses — why the double standard? sure, kristen stewart isn’t exactly Picasso (yet), but who says she won’t be in the future? give it 30 years and she might be the next meryl streep. or she might be a burnout. we just don’t know yet. but if everyone in the world had the same outlook as you, then she’d probably never get a chance to be meryl streep because everyone would be too busy shouting from the rooftops that she’s an evil slut.

personally, i like her for the same reasons anyone likes any famous person — and because she’s the ONLY young female celebrity i know who doesn’t buy into the Hollywood cult of nice that forces every starlet to either smile prettily or pout 24/7.

p.s. i’ve probably said this before in reply to other asks, but i find it depressing that of all the celebrities whose pictures/quotes/whatever i’ve reblogged, kristen stewart and amanda palmer are BY FAR the ones who inspire the most complaint messages. i have only ever received one complaint about reblogging a male celebrity.