up early on a Saturday for brunch with @nikkirrrrriot

up early on a Saturday for brunch with @nikkirrrrriot

I’m determined to enjoy this long weekend

I’m determined to enjoy this long weekend

omgomgomg #fridaynightsolo

omgomgomg #fridaynightsolo

kantamizuno:

THE GREATEST MOMENT IN TV HISTORY

fightingscholarlykrogan:

thehalfbloodprinceofbelair:

hashtag-metis-swag:

mapsontheweb:

The contour of some American states form a Chef carrying a tray of fried chicken

This is so important

nOBODY has mentioned the fact that the chicken is Kentucky
kentucky fried chicken

the conspiracy slowly unravels

fightingscholarlykrogan:

thehalfbloodprinceofbelair:

hashtag-metis-swag:

mapsontheweb:

The contour of some American states form a Chef carrying a tray of fried chicken

This is so important

nOBODY has mentioned the fact that the chicken is Kentucky

kentucky fried chicken

the conspiracy slowly unravels

jadelust:

when ur teacher asks whos presenting next
image

nprfreshair:

Project Runway’s Tim Gunn spoke to Terry Gross about being gay in the ’60s and ’70s vs. being gay today: 

"[In] the late 1960s going into the early ’70s, [being gay] was considered to be something you ‘fixed.’ This was an adolescent psychiatric hospital, so people were teens into early 20s, and there were some people there who were there to have their gayness ‘fixed.’ So for me, it was like treating a disease — you have to do something about it. … I remember thinking, ‘I have enough issues without adding this to the list.’ I thought, ‘Oh, God, but for the grace of God, there go I.’
On the one hand, I’m not envious of any young person who is going through a struggle with their sexual identity, I’m not envious at all — but on the other hand, there’s so many more and more positive role models these days. When I was kid, who were the gay people? They were the decorators in the Doris Day movies, they’re the fashion designers, they’re flitting about. I mean, I think about Paul Lynde on Bewitched, I mean, he was a caricature. And today, we recognize that every flavor of humanity comes in every possible size, and color, and shape, and we have so much more awareness of the diversity of everyone. Whenever anyone tries to stereotype gay men, it’s like, ‘Wait a minute, there’s just as many who live like slobs!’”


The premiere of season 13 of Project Runway aired last night. 

nprfreshair:

Project Runway’s Tim Gunn spoke to Terry Gross about being gay in the ’60s and ’70s vs. being gay today: 

"[In] the late 1960s going into the early ’70s, [being gay] was considered to be something you ‘fixed.’ This was an adolescent psychiatric hospital, so people were teens into early 20s, and there were some people there who were there to have their gayness ‘fixed.’ So for me, it was like treating a disease — you have to do something about it. … I remember thinking, ‘I have enough issues without adding this to the list.’ I thought, ‘Oh, God, but for the grace of God, there go I.’

On the one hand, I’m not envious of any young person who is going through a struggle with their sexual identity, I’m not envious at all — but on the other hand, there’s so many more and more positive role models these days. When I was kid, who were the gay people? They were the decorators in the Doris Day movies, they’re the fashion designers, they’re flitting about. I mean, I think about Paul Lynde on Bewitched, I mean, he was a caricature. And today, we recognize that every flavor of humanity comes in every possible size, and color, and shape, and we have so much more awareness of the diversity of everyone. Whenever anyone tries to stereotype gay men, it’s like, ‘Wait a minute, there’s just as many who live like slobs!’”

The premiere of season 13 of Project Runway aired last night. 

ac-mc98:

In case you’re having a bad day here’s Tim gunn running after a dog

ac-mc98:

In case you’re having a bad day here’s Tim gunn running after a dog