Oh Jenn

fallontonight:

Halloween’s just around the corner, so all week long we’re gonna show you how to recreate some Tonight Show costumes! 

If you end up dressing up as one of our show characters, make sure to tag it #DIYHalloweenCostume, and check back in all week long for more costume guides! 

You haven’t hurt me, really. It’s just that I fool myself into thinking that you loved me, that’s all.

If I were a tree, I would have no reason to love a human.
Maggie Stiefvater, The Raven Boys (via hqlines)
beardbrand:

Tommy Cairns photographed David McCourt from Scotland, UK as part of Beardbrand’s UK-based beard care website. View the full gallery and info at UrbanBeardsman.com.

Shop at Beardbrand.co.uk!

beardbrand:

Tommy Cairns photographed David McCourt from Scotland, UK as part of Beardbrand’s UK-based beard care website. View the full gallery and info at UrbanBeardsman.com.

Shop at Beardbrand.co.uk!

nom-food:

Tijuana street fries
Don’t Fuck With an English Teacher

give-me-all-the-hetalia-boys:

wilwheaton:

autumnyte:

fasterwouldbebetter:

image

image

Forever reblog.

You can hear him say oh snap

born-t0-lose:

The Word Alive - Lighthouse

born-t0-lose:

The Word Alive - Lighthouse

all-funny-memes:

How to Capture a Fish

all-funny-memes:

How to Capture a Fish

npr:

Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died Monday at the age of 82. As Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan tells NPR’s Steve Inskeep, the designer understood something very fundamental about women, no matter their age or background>
"They want to look pretty," Givhan says. "And his clothes were not these sort of experimental garments where, you know, sleeves or armholes were optional. And he wasn’t sort of this guy who made fashion all about him. You could really tell that the work was there to make women look and feel their best."
Read more of fashion critic Robin Givhan’s remembrance of Oscar de la Renta.
Caption: Baroness Aino Bodisco (far right) looks on as Beatrice Lodge is fitted in a debutante dress by fashion designer Oscar de la Renta in 1956.
Photo credit: Nina Leen/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

npr:

Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died Monday at the age of 82. As Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan tells NPR’s Steve Inskeep, the designer understood something very fundamental about women, no matter their age or background>

"They want to look pretty," Givhan says. "And his clothes were not these sort of experimental garments where, you know, sleeves or armholes were optional. And he wasn’t sort of this guy who made fashion all about him. You could really tell that the work was there to make women look and feel their best."

Read more of fashion critic Robin Givhan’s remembrance of Oscar de la Renta.

Caption: Baroness Aino Bodisco (far right) looks on as Beatrice Lodge is fitted in a debutante dress by fashion designer Oscar de la Renta in 1956.

Photo credit: Nina Leen/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

parislemon:

As seen in Paris.

parislemon:

As seen in Paris.

If there’s a prize for rotten judgement, I guess I’ve already won that.

magictransistor:

Salvador Dali, Scenic designs for Spellbound (Alfred Hitchcock), 1945.

goodnessgracious10:

AHHHH

I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS GIF SET FOREVER.