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So I’m in line for the photo op and I’d been carrying a Cap plushie around as part of a Coulson cosplay, but I was actually trying to put Cap before my photo but Anthony Mackie saw it and he was like “DON’T YOU DARE. GIVE CAP TO THE FALCON, C’MON, GIVE IT TO THE FALCON.”

So Sebastian Stan was like “yeah, give ‘im to the falcon.” and rolled his eyes at me, and winked

And what are you going to do in that situation but listen to the Falcon and the Winter Soldier, so I handed it over and officially could not contain my laughter as Anthony Mackie took it, studied it for a minute before saying, “I know just where Cap belongs.”

So he shoved him up his shirt and Sebastian Stan like. pulled me closer and leaned in to whisper, “he’s crazy. I’m so sorry.” 

And then he made that face at Anthony Mackie for the photo and I look like a giant doof because I couldn’t, for the life of me, stop laughing. But I thought I’d share anyway. 

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Matilda (1996)

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Sometimes what’s left behind can grow back better than the generation before - if given the chance.

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Sylvia and Ted “interrupted in a spat,” Chalot Square, London, July 25, 1960 photographed by Hans Beacham for a portfolio of images of British writers

"They were sullen. Hughes was rude. He was going to get more attention than she, and she didn’t like that while he did. He invited me outside and told me I needed to know that he loathed photographers". Hughes particularly wanted to keep Plath out of the way. "His wish, of course, forced me to photograph them together", Beacham said; and later; Hughes acknowledged that he had been "an ogre."

—Diane Middlebrook, Her Husband: Hughes and Plath-a Marriage, 2003

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We live in an age where we feel guilt whenever we have to cut someone off but the reality is that some relationships do need to die, some people do need to be unfollowed and defriended. We aren’t meant to be this tethered to the people in our past. The Internet mandates that we don’t burn bridges and keep everyone around like relics but those expectations are unrealistic and unhealthy. Simply put, we don’t need to know what everyone else is up to. We’re allowed to be choosy about who we surround ourselves with online and in real life, even if it might hurt people’s feelings.
Ryan O’Connell, You Don’t Have To Be Friends With Everybody (via larmoyante)

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