AdorkableVan


Weird and wonderful.

Ask me anything
  • Husband: *playfully tugs on my braid*
  • Husband: You know what it means when a boy pulls a girl's hair, right?
  • Me: That he likes her!
  • Husband: No. It means he was raised in a society where children are taught that male aggression and a lack of physical boundaries are equivalent to affection.

Source: ursinechase

A young Grace Kelly tries out a vibration belt during her pre-Hollywood modeling days, 1950s.

fewthistle:

Jerusalem. 1930.
Photographer: Maynard Owen Williams

fewthistle:

Jerusalem. 1930.

Photographer: Maynard Owen Williams

Coney Island photographed in the 1940s (x) (x) (x) (x) (x)

uidahodigital:

The autumn Fridays and Saturdays were filled with dances of all sizes and shapes… little pledge dances and big campus mixers, hobo parties and dreamy formals. What a wonderful way to spend the first few weekends of the school year.

From the 1956 Gem of the Mountains Digital Yearbook

A woman not ready to have a baby making it work is not a happy ending to me. It’s a personal nightmare.
Jenny Slate, on “The Obvious Child“‘s happy ending and the failure of other attempts to portray abortion honestly in film or on television (via carry-onbaggage)

hatsoffshadeson:

At first we wanted opening credits animated! Artist Henry John put up some of his amazing work! [x]

Source: hatsoffshadeson

It is allowed to invent new verbs?
I want to create one for you: I sky you, so that my wings may stretch out enormously, to love you without boundaries.

Source: volaream

missingaudrey:

Audrey Hepburn snapchats 

Source: missingaudrey

Perfectly able to hold my own hand.
But I still can’t kiss my own neck.
— Wye Oak - Civilian (via hollywoodhepcat)

Source: io-my