son-neko:

You have no idea how much this statement means to me.

(Source: oliviergiroudd, via amandarin)


Mike, I don’t know a single scarer who can do what you do. I know everyone sees us together, they think I’m the one running the show, but the truth is I’ve been riding your coattails since day one. You made the deal with Hardscrabble.

(Source: iamnevertheone, via luxlisbonn)


There are those who say fate is something beyond our command. That destiny is not our own, but I know better. Our fate lives within us, you only have to be brave enough to see it. (Brave 2012)

(Source: jimkurk, via kurtblaine)


buzzfeed:

Every Pixar movie summarized in terrible Microsoft Paint drawings.

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stravaganza:

avivii:

doughnut-tax-outrage:

How many women do you see in this kitchen?

This is scarily accurate. Most people would see this scene and laugh. But culinary professionals look at this scene and see it for what it is; exposing a harsh truth. Women are shit on for being in the savory part of the kitchen. We have to defend our every actions. From the moment we clock in to the moment we go home. We have to pull twice our own weight and then some; and never ask for help. Because if you ask for help your face will get rubbed in it. You have to be perfect, and you have to be completely in control. One little slip up and you get period jokes for the rest of your career. So this scene isn’t funny; it’s scary.

Also let’s remember that by being woman you’re instantly a patissier.

No

You can’t make hot dishes because you’re a woman

No

You can’t make cold dishes because you’re a woman

But look! In pastry section you can do cute stuff, and you’re a woman so go there and never leave there because that’s what you’re for |<

Next time someone uses a kitchen joke, show him this gifset.

(via themockingjaytardis)