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Shoshana L. Clark

I like a little bit of everything and sometimes a lot of one thing.

oscarprgirl:

runaway. reese in Oscar from Vogue.

oscarprgirl:

runaway. reese in Oscar from Vogue.

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Stereotypical MBTI in fiction: a Summary

INTJ: The quiet person who sits in the corner and glares. Probably doesn't know how to smile. Or flirt. Might kill people
INFJ: The nervous overly tidy dependable person, alternatively the quiet wise person, alternatively the one that yells a lot.
ISFJ: The good one. The 'group mom', usually. Very loyal and cautious. Might be overprotective.
ISTJ: The protector. Dependable, tends to focus on protecting loved ones above all. Traditional.
INTP: The nerd. The kind you put in their own locker. Very smart. The person who keeps talking even when everybody already stopped paying attention.
INFP: The good person. An idealist. Really enthusiastic about morals. Good protagonist.
ISFP: The artist. Very laid-back, casual and chill but also caring. Also a good protagonist.
ISTP: The person who's into things like vehicles. Needs to be active. The kind of person to jump on buildings or have a bow with arrows.
ENTJ: The perfect leader unless they're the antagonist which they quite probably are. Might also kill people. Good planners.
ENFJ: Very sweet people. Everybody likes them and they like everyone. Very determined. Know how to get what they want.
ESFJ: Usually highly value morals. Want everyone to have a good time. Family/friends oriented kinda people. You could say selfless.
ESTJ: Logical administrator, good planner. Might be workaholic. Probably will be. Not very good with feelings.
ENTP: The witty one. Probably also yells a lot. Very spontaneous. Very likely to be the greedy yet lovable halfway antagonist.
ENFP: Very enthusiastic and optimistic. Not a big fan of planning. Very spontaneous. Very fun. Comic relief character, sometimes.
ESFP: Party people. Want everyone to have a good time. Easily bored. Feel v. comfortable in a group.
ESTP: Good protagonist material. Might be kinda manipulative. Very casual and kind of carefree.

sucymemebabaran:

ah yes the four seasons. wet, hot, halloween, and christmas

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Here are fruits, flowers, leaves and branches, and here is my heart which beats only for you.

—Paul Verlaine (via petrichour)

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thatkindofwoman:

Andrew Wyeth

thatkindofwoman:

Andrew Wyeth

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What is my worth, if I cannot be attractive? What is my worth, if I cannot attract attention? What is my worth if I am not dainty? What is my worth, if I am not skilled in the kitchen? What is my worth if I am not soft-spoken? The language of feminism was meant to answer those question by reminding women, and men who live outside the self-prescribed boxes of gender, that your worth is inherent, it arrived when you were born, it stays with you long after you die.

—Chinwe Ohanele; "Afromentality-Shame" (via thatkindofwoman)

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ablogwithaview:

labelleotero replied to your post:23 & 28
Haberdashery is such a good word. When I was a fashion student, I wanted to take millinery class just because “millinery” is such a good word! (Hat-related words are clearly the best!)

Oooh, ‘millinery’ is an excellent word, too (and a great reason to take millinery classes ;)) :D 

  1. Handwrite your name.
  2. Handwrite my Tumblr URL.
  3. Handwrite your Tumblr URL.
  4. Handwrite my blog title.
  5. Handwrite your blog title.
  6. Handwrite my Tumblr crushes.
  7. Handwrite my favorite season of the year.
  8. Handwrite the color of the shirt I’m wearing right now.
  9. Handwrite my favorite actresses and…

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