Japanese artist Eijiro Miyama on the street in Harajuku today.
GODDAMNIT TAKE ME BACK
This is my life now
Lauren Lapkus, Orange is the New Black star, recently got married in Chicago in a beautiful BHLDN gown, the cherry on top of the perfect romantic style wedding.
HELP ME WONDA
MY BABY LIKES IT
THAT’S GOTTA HURT
I CAN’T STOP
Ten years ago last week, The Notebook took our nation’s feel-holes by storm. Nick Cassavetes’s adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’s novel—starring Ryan Gosling at PEAK shoulder-to-waist ratio—struck some emotional brown note of sentimentality and hunkiness and forbidden love and manipulative sentimentality, and remains the standard by which all other romantic weepies are judged. I’ve seen people get misty-eyed just talking about this movie. I’ve slipped on puddles of cry-snot in the Mead aisle at Walgreens. But even though I love vintage dresses and kissing as much as the next lady-blogger, somehow I bumbled through this entire decade without ever actually watching The Notebook. So today, in honor of its (belated) birthday, I took the plunge.
THANK YOU Lindy for putting into words exactly how I feel about the shit show that is The Notebook. I have only watched this movie once-in Japan while suffering from some bad jet lag. It was the worst thing that happened to me in Japan. Even worse than getting stranded in the airport and crying on a bus.
wasn’t this the episode where he dressed up as a woman on a bet because he thought women were overreacting?
This show was progressive beyond it’s years
I got half way through the photoset before I remembered this is the one with Shaun in drag
People have offered many potential explanations for this discrepancy, but this ad highlights the importance of the social cues that push girls away from math and science in their earliest childhood years.