NOT YOUR FRIEND
NOT YOUR FRIEND
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nevver:

If by Yes
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lualit:

forebidden:

 


Imagine this waking up next to your lover seeing the sunset over the ocean, having a double shot coffee and the going for a surf naked, it doesn’t matter because there is no one around. you work during the day at your favourite store and come home swimming like a mermaid till your hands are crippled and your legs feel like they are about to fall off. Love at night, swim in the day. Not having a care in the world. This photo is one of my favourites ever, i want this.

I love every bit of this except for the naked surfing bit… Wax, wax, wax in bad places.


haha yeah.. surfing naked isn’t a good idea
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“The dialogue in Taxi Driver is somewhat improvised. The most memorable piece of dialogue in the film is an improvisation: the “Are you talking to me?” part. In the script it just says Travis speaks to himself in the mirror. Bobby asked me what he would say, and I said, “Well, he’s a little kid playing with guns and acting tough.” So De Niro used this rap that an underground New York comedian had been using at the same time as the basis for his lines.” - Paul Schrader [x]

“The dialogue in Taxi Driver is somewhat improvised. The most memorable piece of dialogue in the film is an improvisation: the “Are you talking to me?” part. In the script it just says Travis speaks to himself in the mirror. Bobby asked me what he would say, and I said, “Well, he’s a little kid playing with guns and acting tough.” So De Niro used this rap that an underground New York comedian had been using at the same time as the basis for his lines.” - Paul Schrader [x]

“The dialogue in Taxi Driver is somewhat improvised. The most memorable piece of dialogue in the film is an improvisation: the “Are you talking to me?” part. In the script it just says Travis speaks to himself in the mirror. Bobby asked me what he would say, and I said, “Well, he’s a little kid playing with guns and acting tough.” So De Niro used this rap that an underground New York comedian had been using at the same time as the basis for his lines.” - Paul Schrader [x]

“The dialogue in Taxi Driver is somewhat improvised. The most memorable piece of dialogue in the film is an improvisation: the “Are you talking to me?” part. In the script it just says Travis speaks to himself in the mirror. Bobby asked me what he would say, and I said, “Well, he’s a little kid playing with guns and acting tough.” So De Niro used this rap that an underground New York comedian had been using at the same time as the basis for his lines.” - Paul Schrader [x]

“The dialogue in Taxi Driver is somewhat improvised. The most memorable piece of dialogue in the film is an improvisation: the “Are you talking to me?” part. In the script it just says Travis speaks to himself in the mirror. Bobby asked me what he would say, and I said, “Well, he’s a little kid playing with guns and acting tough.” So De Niro used this rap that an underground New York comedian had been using at the same time as the basis for his lines.” - Paul Schrader [x]

“The dialogue in Taxi Driver is somewhat improvised. The most memorable piece of dialogue in the film is an improvisation: the “Are you talking to me?” part. In the script it just says Travis speaks to himself in the mirror. Bobby asked me what he would say, and I said, “Well, he’s a little kid playing with guns and acting tough.” So De Niro used this rap that an underground New York comedian had been using at the same time as the basis for his lines.” - Paul Schrader [x]

“The dialogue in Taxi Driver is somewhat improvised. The most memorable piece of dialogue in the film is an improvisation: the “Are you talking to me?” part. In the script it just says Travis speaks to himself in the mirror. Bobby asked me what he would say, and I said, “Well, he’s a little kid playing with guns and acting tough.” So De Niro used this rap that an underground New York comedian had been using at the same time as the basis for his lines.” - Paul Schrader [x]

“The dialogue in Taxi Driver is somewhat improvised. The most memorable piece of dialogue in the film is an improvisation: the “Are you talking to me?” part. In the script it just says Travis speaks to himself in the mirror. Bobby asked me what he would say, and I said, “Well, he’s a little kid playing with guns and acting tough.” So De Niro used this rap that an underground New York comedian had been using at the same time as the basis for his lines.” - Paul Schrader [x]
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rollingstone:

“My niche is that I’m the funny version of Dead Prez,” Kanye West says. “I’m the rap version of Dave Chappelle. I’m not sayin’ I’m nearly as talented as Chappelle when it comes to political and social commentary, but like him, I’m laughing to keep from crying.”
Happy 36th birthday Kanye West! Read our 2004 feature on Kanye where he talks about his career transition from producer to rapper.
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iwdrm:

“Yes, we’re men. Men is what we are.”
Fight Club (1999)
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nbahipsters:

NBA Hipster Hall Of Fame: Steve Nash & Baron Davis
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awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and Francis Ford Coppola
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