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I'm Vitória, i'm 19 y/o, gemini, proudly from Rio de Janeiro, i have half pink hair, and if u wanna know something else just ask! btw, WELCOME!

Eddie Vedder interview featured in Pearl Jam Twenty

(Fonte: veddieeddie, via the-vedder-effect)

scienceslut:

I think the reason everyone likes Orange is the New Black so much is because we get to see everyone’s backstory and realize that even if they seem like a bad person, they’re still human and they have struggles and passions just like everyone else.

Except Vee. Fuck you Vee.

(via butiknevvhim)

I guess we’re stuck together.

(Fonte: runakvaed, via butiknevvhim)

margaery-tyrell:

#if you know what i mean

(Fonte: peterrumancek, via butiknevvhim)

Me at a party :

earthly-pleasures:

(via earthly-pleasures)

bewbin:

you always gotta keep your opponent on their toes. unless your opponent is a ballerina, that is where they are most powerful 

(via pemsylvania)

onlinewifey:

smack that ass from 8 feet away

image

(via aintnohollabackgrohl)

Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

(Fonte: chrisprattdelicious, via aintnohollabackgrohl)

bromancer:

i like the word assassin because it has 2x as much ass as any other word

(via earthly-pleasures)

klefable:

"u dont need makeup to be pretty just be urself!!!"

ok but consider this

  • i fucking love eyeliner

(via earthly-pleasures)

amadaun23:

And that’s one thing I don’t really understand. I feel like if Kurt Vonnegut, or anybody else whose art I appreciated, volunteered some personal viewpoint, whether I agreed or not, I think I’d just be curious to hear and then take it from there. I have every right to disagree. But just to say, “He shouldn’t do that” or “That’s going to keep me from reading his books.” That, I don’t relate to at all.
 I don’t understand telling any kind of artist that you don’t want their personal opinions involved.
 Eddie Vedder talks to Carrie Brownstein [Sleater-Kinney]

amadaun23:

And that’s one thing I don’t really understand. I feel like if Kurt Vonnegut, or anybody else whose art I appreciated, volunteered some personal viewpoint, whether I agreed or not, I think I’d just be curious to hear and then take it from there. I have every right to disagree. But just to say, “He shouldn’t do that” or “That’s going to keep me from reading his books.” That, I don’t relate to at all.

 I don’t understand telling any kind of artist that you don’t want their personal opinions involved.

 Eddie Vedder talks to Carrie Brownstein [Sleater-Kinney]

(via the-vedder-effect)