Teen Idle

i feel like im the worst so i always act like im the best

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teachytv:

10 years ago today, Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way went back in time to sedouce Volxemort and protect all of us from his evil plans

reblog this post to honor Enoby’s brave sacrifice, ignore if you’re a prep or a poser

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herekitty:

Women dressed as mermaids in Disneyland 1960

HOLLERS NO U DON’T UNDERSTAND!!!! Disney hired teenagers in the 60’s to literally be mermaids they held open auditions and the only requirements were that you had long hair and were a strong swimmer and they gave them mirrors and other props and they literally spent their days swimming and waving I heard a story once about sailors visiting the park and one of them jumped in with the mermaids THIS WAS JUST„ SO COOL I WANT TO BE A MERMAID! YELLs

I know someone whose Mom was one of the mermaids, it’s all very cool.

They had to stop because of the chlorine affecting the girls and because of men trying to jump in to get to them.
I would have loved to see Disneyland mermaids today though!

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Nancy Sinatra
Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)

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Nancy Sinatra // Bang Bang

Now he’s gone I don’t know why 
And till this day some times I cry 
He didn’t even say goodbye 
He didn’t take the time to lie 


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blondietvjunkie:

The iconic Lauren Becall has passed away, today at the age of 89.

Lauren, was the last of the great Golden Age actresses, so with her went a piece of history and nostalgia. She was strikingly beautiful and fierce. Not only was she engaged to Frank Sinatra, but was married to Humphrey Bogart.

The best interview ever done of Lauren was a Vanity Fair piece a couple years back. Everyone should read. She was a spit-fire! Fascinating!

“My son tells me, ‘Do you realize you are the last one? The last person who was an eyewitness to the golden age?’ Young people, even in Hollywood, ask me, ‘Were you really married to Humphrey Bogart?’ ‘Well, yes, I think I was,’ I reply. You realize yourself when you start reflecting—because I don’t live in the past, although your past is so much a part of what you are—that you can’t ignore it. But I don’t look at scrapbooks. I could show you some, but I’d have to climb ladders, and I can’t climb.” - Vanity Fair, March 2011

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