Hugh Jackman & Anne Hathaway.
She was so imperfect and beautiful celebrities nowadays would never be caught dead with tan lines or have their dress sleeve slipping off like that in public but she was a real person she was someone with curves and a real opinion she promoted a healthy self image by practicing what she was preaching unlike celebrities nowadays who tell us to love ourselves while they are constantly spending thousands of dollars fixing themselves and dieting to look the way no average girl could ever look that is why she is my idol and I’d give anything to have her back
I think the show Smash is doing a great job at showing the other side of Marilyn - Norma Jean. They pointed out this person in the past who changed everything she was for fame. And it’s exactly the same as what people do now, i.e. Lady Gaga. So there’s more similarities to Marilyn and celebrities now, really, than differences. It’s very interesting how fame affects the individual and their identity.
Why don’t schools offer a class on how to argue with someone without crying.
hahahahahah this is seriously so me. i get mad, i cry.
I went to the Wisconsin Warped Tour yesterday with some of my friends. I ran to the Of Mice & Men booth to see if they were doing a signing. So I bought the shirt which included the ticket to meet them. 4:00 took forever to come. So I went and saw some band during this time. Motionless In White went on, and it was 3:20, so I could catch a little bit of their set and then wait in line. I made some friends in the line so I wasn’t just standing there alone and awkward. My shirt was off so my Of Mice & Men tattoo was showing, so a good conversation starter really. When it was my turn to meet them all, I was fine. Talked to Phil about his tattoos. When I went up to Alan, he looked at my chest and got Tino to just stare at it, telling me how much it means to them. Talked to Aaron about how he’s a good replacement for Shay and his face lit up. I finally got up to Austin. He looks at me and says hi, and I started to tear up. My lip was quivering. He told me to come around to the other side and he just held me. I gave him my note and he promised he would read it. I told him I have one more thing to show him and it was my tattoo. I told him how my mom had passed when I was younger. He told me I had to go, but he wrote down “AC tent at 7:30” and he told me I need to go there. So 7:00 rolls around and me and my friend are in line. We get up to the front, and Austin tells me to tell my story to him. I’m telling him how my family abandon me after my moms death, how the only family I know is my best friends, how I’ve attempted suicide, how I feel worthless all the time. He looked at me with pain in his eyes, and hugged me. This hug was a good three minutes and he was whispering to me, “I know it fucking sucks, and nothing I can say will make your past better. But what I will say can make your future better. you’re a good person. There is no one I would want to see make it in life more than you right now” and I couldn’t stop crying on him. He wrote on the paper that said where to meet him “John 10:10, that’s the best thing I could ever tell you…ever <3”. He is the kindest, sweetest guy I’ve ever met.
The second picture is the aftermath of me crying on him.
This is so amazing, so perfect, it made me cry.
i am sobbing!
If you dont reblog this you are one heartless bastard this story made me cry
READ this <3 Made me cry.
This is my favourite omg