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The name is Tilly Ann Corbett, by my username I think you've understood I am from the United Kingdom. In this blog, I share and express content I idolize and inspire from. I orientate on mostly art, film and photography (which are the three subjects I study and will share what I create). So, please, enjoy yourselves! xo

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celebritycenter:

Chris Pratt’s Portraits on People Magazine August 11, 2014 Issue

As Pratt tells it, his recipe for success was half ambition and half happy accident. “I’ve never really had a plan,” he says



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My favorite TV-shows → Misfits
"What if there’s loads of people like us all over town?" - "No, that kind of thing only happens in America. This will fade away. I’m telling you, by this time next week, it’ll be back to the same old boring shit."



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redsuns-n-orangemoons:

i-write-wrongs:

realest thing I’ve seen in a while

this was so amazing. so thought provoking. an eye-opening social criticism.



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belinsky:

#the most important shot ever filmed in modern cinema

belinsky:



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"What’s your favorite scary movie?"



1 week ago

bumbleshark:


According to Australian news outlet ABC, Matt Waller, a tour operator in Neptune Bay, discovered that great white sharks act more calmly when listening to music by AC/DC, the Aussie heavy-metal band that reached its peak during the 1980s. The two songs favored by the sharks: “You Shook Me All Night Long” and “Back in Black.”
After Waller played the songs using underwater speakers, the sharks became “more investigative, more inquisitive and a lot less aggressive.”
“They actually came past in a couple of occasions when we had the speaker in the water and rubbed their face along the speaker which was really bizarre,” he said.
 By using music and not bait to attract sharks during tours, his company is helping cage-diving operations become more eco-conscious and environmentally sustainable. 
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in case you wanted another reason to love sharks and realize what cute dorks they are. hello :)

bumbleshark:

According to Australian news outlet ABC, Matt Waller, a tour operator in Neptune Bay, discovered that great white sharks act more calmly when listening to music by AC/DC, the Aussie heavy-metal band that reached its peak during the 1980s. The two songs favored by the sharks: “You Shook Me All Night Long” and “Back in Black.”

  • After Waller played the songs using underwater speakers, the sharks became “more investigative, more inquisitive and a lot less aggressive.”
  • “They actually came past in a couple of occasions when we had the speaker in the water and rubbed their face along the speaker which was really bizarre,” he said.
  •  By using music and not bait to attract sharks during tours, his company is helping cage-diving operations become more eco-conscious and environmentally sustainable. 

source

video

in case you wanted another reason to love sharks and realize what cute dorks they are. hello :)



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You Can’t Always Get What You Want



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# music

"I started doing comedy because that was the only stage that I could find. It was the pure idea of being on stage. That was the only thing that interested me, along with learning the craft and working, and just being in productions with people." 
-Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014)

"I started doing comedy because that was the only stage that I could find. It was the pure idea of being on stage. That was the only thing that interested me, along with learning the craft and working, and just being in productions with people."

-Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014)



1 week ago

# Robin Williams

frozen-void:

supernaturally-marvelous:

friendly reminder that this man is that man

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I will always remember you Ab-less Pratt 



1 week ago

karlrincon:

Rest in peace, Robin Williams.



1 week ago

# robin williams