CHARACTERS I LOVE — Tim Riggins

“If I ever so much as see you look at this kid the wrong way, I’m gonna find you, and I’m gonna punch a hole in your chest and rip your heart out.”


cleareyesfullparkscantlose:

Tim: Last game, 7.

Matt: No regrets.

Underdogs - Season 3, Episode 12


cleareyesfullparkscantlose:

April: You ready?

Ron: I was born ready. I’m Ron Fucking Swanson.

The Stakeout - Season 2, Episode 2


fuckyeahmcgosling:

Interviewer: What do New Yorkers say to you on the streets? I hear they mistake you sometimes for other actors.
Ryan: Yeah, they’re disappointed when I’m not Ryan Reynolds. “Oh, can I get my picture with you?” and I’m like “Sure.” and then they go “I thought you were more muscle-y.” “Hm, no.” “Have you gotten like, more unattractive for a role?” “No. Just the role of my life.”

(via thebestsensation)


From Kerouac’s journal.

From Kerouac’s journal.


wmagazine:

“Jewels @fentonfallon are tdf and so fancy at the four seasons restaurant.” - @WmagWill
Follow W editors’ on Twitter and Tumblr for              ongoing  Spring/Summer 2012 coverage.

wmagazine:

“Jewels @fentonfallon are tdf and so fancy at the four seasons restaurant.” - @WmagWill

Follow W editors’ on Twitter and Tumblr for ongoing Spring/Summer 2012 coverage.


life:

Twice a year — once for fall, and again for spring — the already chic city of New York gets a sprinkle of extra glamour, with the coming of Fashion Week. For those few days, the designers, models, celebrities, magazine editors, and fashion risk-takers who converge on Lincoln Center, headquarters of the ready-to-wear shows, make for some of the best people-watching there is.
Photojournalist Zoran Milich shows us his unique perspective here.

life:

Twice a year — once for fall, and again for spring — the already chic city of New York gets a sprinkle of extra glamour, with the coming of Fashion Week. For those few days, the designers, models, celebrities, magazine editors, and fashion risk-takers who converge on Lincoln Center, headquarters of the ready-to-wear shows, make for some of the best people-watching there is.

Photojournalist Zoran Milich shows us his unique perspective here.


life:

A new kind of ‘sea horse’ — A 1,000-pound racehorse swims off the coast of Malta after being taken into the sea for exercise in preparation for the next race.
More photos that will amaze you: The Week’s Best Photos

life:

A new kind of ‘sea horse’ — A 1,000-pound racehorse swims off the coast of Malta after being taken into the sea for exercise in preparation for the next race.

More photos that will amaze you: The Week’s Best Photos


So true.

So true.


The Beginning or the End?

"His express train was pulling up just as we got to the platform. It was a familiar scenario: We’d walk two blocks together and then go our separate ways, sometimes muttering half-hearted intentions to call if we went out (him) and always trying to control googly eyes and hopes that the other would follow through (me). The whole time we’d known each other was one extended buildup to some climax that was never going to happen now – months of head games and blue balls. As he waited for the doors to open, he looked at me, and told me as he had so many times before that he would let me know if he went to a show we’d talked about that night. But this time, for the first time that I could remember, I knew he was earnest, like he regretted that he couldn’t do anything more than tell me he might be there, like he wanted to be able to tell me with no question that he’d see me that night, but he didn’t want to make a promise he couldn’t keep. He gazed at me with unnerving sincerity, the kind of sincerity that I’d been craving from him since we met. It was that moment, that look, that finally caused me to realize my heart had been breaking for the past five minutes."

(Just wrote 2000 words for (one of) my novel(s) - call it a burst of real life inspiration that I really wish I didn’t have.)