currently watching:
halt and catch fire season 1
a bit of fry and laurie season 1
strawberry panic season 1
gilmore girls season 1 but
very very slowly

currently reading:
the man who mistook his wife for a hat by oliver sacks


cool real life people:

I have so many lines to learn
and I haven't learnt any of them

my queue is running between 4pm and midnight uk time


Gemma Ward backstage at Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2005 by Anne Deniau


f a c e l e s s 


bangs fists on table

more lesbians

Stefano Orazzini, Palazzo Ducale, Venice

[72-73/100] → scarlett johansson

I like playing intense women because as women we are not simple. As much as the world wants us to be, we aren’t.

Cartography of the Moon’s visible side .


Girls are such beautiful creatures but u only ever see a hot guy like once a blue moon on the 3rd last tuesday of july at exactly 12:35 or u miss it

Harwich, The Low Lighthouse and Beacon Hill; detail by John Constable.


Emma Watson in Montevideo, Uruguay, campaigning for gender equality. #heforshe




Gong Gong [共工] also known as Kanghui, is a Chinese water god or sea monster who is often depicted in Chinese mythology, folktales, and religious stories as having red hair and the tail of a serpent (or dragon). He is often seen as destructive and is blamed for various cosmic catastrophes. In all accounts, Gonggong ends up being killed or sent into exile, usually after losing a struggle with another major deity.

In one legend, Gong Gong was ashamed that he lost the fight to claim the throne of Heaven; in a fit of rage he smashed his head against Mount Buzhou, a pillar holding up the sky. The pillar suffered great damage and caused the sky to tilt towards the northwest and the earth to shift to the southeast. This caused great floods and suffering to the people. Nüwa, an important and benevolent goddess, cut off the legs of a giant tortoise and used them to supplant the fallen pillar and alleviate the situation, but she was unable to fully correct the tilted sky. This explains the phenomenon that the sun, moon, and stars move towards the northwest, and that rivers in China flow southeast into the Pacific Ocean.