taylorswift:

youareinloves:

taylor swift is like that aunt that tries to be “hip” with the young’ns and “with the times” and then asks you what does bae stand for and after you tell her she starts calling everything bae even the lamp next to the couch

HEY YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE LAMP NEXT TO MY COUCH AND I WILL HAVE YOU KNOW THAT IT IS, IN FACT, VERY MUCH BAE.

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taylorswift:

mosaicbrokenhearts:

mosaicbrokenhearts:

taylorswift so like can i get your pumpkin chocolate chip cookie recipe or nah

taylorswift come on come on don’t leave me like this

I use different ones but this one is pretty solid.. Except that I don’t use milk chocolate chips, I use semi sweet or dark chocolate chocolate bars that I chopped up into different sized chocolate chunks.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/pumpkin-chocolate-chip-cookies-recipe.html#

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"I’m unapologetic not because I’m strong-willed or overconfident, I’m unapologetic because this is it; this is my life. There is nothing I can do, no one I can please. I am a person with a strong sense of being, that’s all."
- Jean Seberg (via emilymlarson)

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It’s not as simple as attributing the show to “woman power” (Buffy is certainly held up in that respect), as Gilmore Girls was explicitly about women’s lives in a contemporary setting, which made it radical and paved the way for shows like Ugly Betty, The United States of Tara, and Girls. Sadly, its female-centric focus is why it’s often relegated into “women’s television” or “chick shows” by those who haven’t seen it, but programs like Orange is the New Black are continuing to prove that stories about women can be compelling and vital for all audiences, as well as enormously successful.

Fun fact: Jenji Kohan is the executive producer for OITNB, as well as recently departed Weeds. What was her previous job before those shows? She produced 12 episodes of Gilmore’s first season.

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- heck yeah (via onewordtest)

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