One time I convinced my classmate that Lee Pace was my cousin.
Tonight my roommate and I went over some of our old texts in an effort to recall a series of memories we both have of spending time together in NYC. This involved finding old phones and looking through bank statements. True friendship is two people trying to remember what time a restaurant opened at 3 years ago in order to prove the other person wrong.
I can’t wait for the day that I get a small apartment in a big city with someone that I love. Like nothing excites me more, I find myself thinking about it at 3 am, my mind races, thinking about how we’ll decorate it. Be able to come home from work, make dinner together, hug them from behind while we wait. Eat and watch our favorite shows, go to bed and not have to worry about being apart because we have each other in our arms every night when we drift off to sleep.
It’s after midnight and I am having thoughts like “Why is it so cold?” and “Where is the beef?” and “Why did they cancel Better off Ted?!”.
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Here’s the latest in a string of deals that The Black List screenplay database has made with Hollywood to find new and diverse talent.
The Walt Disney Studios Feature Writers Program is a paid one year residency housed in Disney’s live-action production group that provides up-and-coming feature writers with development and mentorship opportunities.
Starting today, writers with screenplays hosted on the Black List site can opt into consideration for the program, which seeks to identify writers with diverse perspectives who have not made more than $250K for their screenwriting.
This is the second studio partnership for The Black List after a $90,000 feature program was announced at Warner Bros. last summer. The site has also set up similar partnerships with TBS/TNT, independent producer Cassian Elwes and the Sundance Institute to provide opportunities for new screenwriters.
For additional details and submission requirements for the Feature Writers Program, visit The Black List HERE.
ROMEO &JULIET STYLE ROMANCE FEATURING PIZZA
DID TUMBLR MAKE THIS MOVIE?!?!?
Revlon is proud to reintroduce five iconic, discontinued shades of Super Lustrous lipstick (as voted by their loyal fans) and I’m very excited to share them with you. I think Icy Violet and Sandstorm are my favorites.
Swatched from top to bottom (year introduced): Jungle Peach (1963), Snow Peach (1956), Fifth Ave Red (1958), Icy Violet (1946), Sandstorm (1999).
Not only did I receive a set of five vintage shades for myself (available in drugstores now!), Revlon generously provided a set for me to give away! One lucky reader will receive all five shades as well! To enter, follow the two steps below.
STEP ONE: Like this post by clicking the heart.
STEP TWO: Follow Opinion Nothing on Tumblr if you aren’t already. Not only will this enter you to win, but you’ll see all my beauty-related posts right in your Dashboard.
Feel free to reblog this post for one additional entry, but steps one and two are the only requirements. This giveaway is open internationally and I will pick a winner Tuesday, March 11th at 11:59pm Eastern.
Thank you to Revlon for providing the products mentioned in this feature and thank you, the reader, for supporting brands I believe in.
Ughhhh I put on some mascara on the train when I was heading out yesterday and I fell asleep with it on and wow it got into my eyes while I was sleeping, owwwww it hurts how do people do this daily omg
Let’s be real, I probably couldn’t pass the SATs even with the new change.