MellowYellowHello

Hey there :) I'm Iselle, I'm 20, and I post a lot of artsy things, bearded men, and my emotional rantings from time to time.

liltify:

untaking:

q’d ♥

selfieee hahahha qt

liltify:

untaking:

q’d ♥

selfieee hahahha qt

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modifyourown:

old-school-shit:

gogul-mun:

slimmcharles:

makhaillamorris:

This man…

Translation: Don’t waste your time and energy on the wrong light.

*sigh*

wake up call

Wisdom.
(also, there’s a dude at my grocery store that looks like a younger version of him)

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inkt0xicated:

I just want someone I can be happy with all the time, like it doesn’t matter what we do, we are just happy with each other, we can go to shows, go get Chinese takeout late at night, or go to the park and swing on the swings or just stay at home and cuddle and watch TV, like it doesn’t matter what we do, as long as we are both happy.

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the-overlook-hotel:

Syndicated newspaper column written about three weeks after The Shining opened in the U.S.
Like most of Stanley Kubrick’s films, the initial critical reaction was very mixed. While the film had its proponents, most of the reviews derided the film for being banal, slow, and too loosely adapted from Stephen King’s novel.
While opinions still vary on the film, and debate still rages about the relative merits of the book versus the film, The Shining has cemented a place for itself among the classics of modern cinema, and is still being talked about nearly thirty-five years after its release.

the-overlook-hotel:

Syndicated newspaper column written about three weeks after The Shining opened in the U.S.

Like most of Stanley Kubrick’s films, the initial critical reaction was very mixed. While the film had its proponents, most of the reviews derided the film for being banal, slow, and too loosely adapted from Stephen King’s novel.

While opinions still vary on the film, and debate still rages about the relative merits of the book versus the film, The Shining has cemented a place for itself among the classics of modern cinema, and is still being talked about nearly thirty-five years after its release.

bummerfriends:

April 2014: Horrorscopes for thefreshzine

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