juilan:

step on a crack, break your mother’s back, Lil’ Jon got the beat that make your booty go clap

(via officialriandawson)

unclefather:

croptops been done!

(Source: jukadiie, via rnexican)

savannahblair:

i hate when people ask “who you tryna look good for?!” bitch myself bye

(via officialriandawson)

pieceofgold:

colinfirth:

hohohomewrecker:

i like my coffee how i like my men. rich 

and black

and strong

and three times in the morning before i do anything

#it’s idris elba i’m talking about idris elba

(via hanniballecters)

gyp:

a look that changed a generation.

(via the1993s)

According to Edgar Wright, the flavour of the cornettos featured in the unofficial ‘Three Flavours Cornetto’ trilogy represents the motif of that film. The red or strawberry flavour in Shaun of the Dead represents blood and zombies, while the blue/original flavour of Hot Fuzz represents the police force. The green/peppermint of The World’s End represents science fiction and extraterrestrial elements.

(Source: lmnpnch, via amyseimetz)

rock star, legend, farmer [x]

(Source: ifuckingloveblink, via dutchster)

marissawzrdcruz:

Tyler, The Creator talking about girls at Coachella

marissawzrdcruz:

Tyler, The Creator talking about girls at Coachella

(via falalahey)

kights:

coachella is so surreal

kights:

coachella is so surreal

(via davidfincher)

"“I believe that when people do period films they are reliant on paintings from the period, because there is no photography. But in a painting, everything is formally composed; it’s not real life. Then they do wide shots to show off the period detail of the sets. I think that the detail is in the small things, like crumbs on a table, or flowers in a vase. I wanted to shoot the details, the visual details of living.”

(Joe Wright, Director)

(Source: pemberley-state-of-mind, via aaronsjohnson)