Welcome to my insanity! Or is it sanity?Just a place for a 30-something young woman to express her wee bit of an obsession with Alexander Skarsgard, beautiful scenery and natural hair. Basically whatever catches my fancy.My primary fandom was True Blood before Buckner shitted all over it. But nothing he did ever lessened my love of the actors, especially Skarsgård. But I'm also a fan of Game of Thrones, American Horror Story, The Walking Dead, Scandal, Teen Wolf, Sleepy Hollow, Being Mary Jane, 24, Vikings, The Strain, etc. Things that you will never see on my blog: Twilight, Justin Bieber, current teen stars, etc. Unless it's to make fun of those things. I'm also into old school music, specifically 90s RnB. Sexy men of any nationality, but preferably over the age of 30. Beautiful scenery & inspirational quotes. Anything is possible! Enjoy the ride!

matureresponsibleadult:

'I guess I gotta let the cat outta the bag…'

I OT3 them so hard

uptime-guarantee:

journalisticjoe:

Here for this headline

Love it! 

uptime-guarantee:

journalisticjoe:

Here for this headline

Love it! 

fertile-mind-seeks-water:

caliphorniaqueen:

bluedogeyes:

Black-ish 01x01 - Pilot

I enjoyed this

Word? I need to check this out.

hall70:

kelechief:

angrywocunited:

White Man from San Diego Waves Gun Around Small Children In Confrontation With Police and Is Taken Into Custody Alive.  

This white man walked towards the police with a gun pointed at them and they spend half an hour talking to him before they shoot him one time. If he had been a black man, they would’ve shot him dead. Before you police apologists claim this man has a history of mental illness (he does) that’s why the police was lenient,  Ezell Ford, a mentally ill black man, was recently killed by the LAPD. 

Uh…

Haha like. … what. …

This is. .. this is it. This is what we talk about.

This is white privilege

life for white folk in america

People always make Juliet out to be dumb in Romeo and Juliet, but I think she at least had some sense where Romeo didn't have much of any

  • I was thinking about this chick earlier who I said I was in love with but now I love that girl over there that is very likely to either belong to my family's enemy or be close with my family's enemy as it is their party I am crashing
    Romeo:
  • I do not like being so young and forced into a relationship with an older man, but oh there's a cute guy more my age over there. And since he's here he must have been invited and is there for a reasonable love match for myself
    Juliet:
  • --
  • We should kiss right now at this party
    Romeo:
  • No that is a super dumb idea
    Juliet:
  • *kisses her anyway*
    Romeo:
  • That was dumb of you
    Juliet:
  • --
  • We should get married right now
    Romeo:
  • We don't know each other. Shouldn't we wait until at least a little time has passed?
    Juliet:
  • Like tomorrow?
    Romeo:
  • Sure, fine.
    Juliet:
  • --
  • We're married now, so we have to try and make things better between our families.
    Juliet:
  • Right.
    Romeo:
  • It seems I have killed your cousin and am now exiled.
    Romeo:
  • --
  • Ok so since Romeo fucked up I'm gonna fix this shit by taking a harmless sleeping liquid. He'll come and get me and we can go away together.
    Juliet:
  • *immediately kills himself*
    Romeo:
  • For fucks sake.
    Juliet:

ilovekartoffeln:

Bless this man

“I’m glad that Shonda Rhimes ‘SAW’ me and said ‘Why Not.’ That’s what makes her a visionary. That’s what makes her iconic. I think that beauty is subjective. I’ve heard that statement (less classically beautiful) my entire life. Being a dark skinned Black woman, you heard it from the womb. And ‘classically not beautiful’ is a fancy term for saying ugly. And denouncing you. And erasing you. Now…it worked when I was younger. It no longer works for me now. It’s about teaching a culture how to treat you. Because at the end of the day, you define you.”

Viola Davis (via mydearestlola)

PREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEECH

(via uptime-guarantee)

foxsleepyhollow:

Sleepy Hollow 2x03 Promo “Root of All Evil”

nikkiischillin:

piccolowasablackman:

ethiopienne:

wanderingempress:

rafi-dangelo:

People magazine tried to delete this real quick, but I just wanted to let y’all know that no matter what, we’ll always be maids to some folks. 

I loved the characters in HTGAWM because they were relatable. Both my spouse and I share the experience of being among a handful of black students in a higher learning environment. And while that isn’t what the show is “about”, it’s important that these characters are represented because folks like to think of blackness as this very static, one dimensional thing and way of being. This too is indeed apart of the black experience, because well, we can’t all be rappers/reality stars. We are law professors and law students too!
I had already heard about the nonsense that was the NYT article, and I am not the least bit surprised by these comments from People Mag! The amount of racism that slides up into mainstream media as a “joke” is disgusting! No one expected Charlize Theron to look/act like her character in “Monster” after the film was done. No one expected Jennifer Connelly to act like an addict after she finished “Requiem for a Dream”. I could go on and on with this list. These are professional ACTORS! Once the role is done, that’s it. However, this tweet highlighted the fact that “they” think Viola’s character from “The Help”, is in fact, apart of her identity. Y’all are going to be waiting a long fucking time for her to repeat those lines because in case y’all forgot, Viola majored in theatre at Rhode Island College, graduated in 1988 and in 2002 she received an honorary doctorate in Fine Arts from the college. She also attended the Juilliard School for four years, as a member of the Drama Division’s Group 22. She’s an educated professional, not a fucking maid!

yes to most of this, and i just want to really stress that maids and other domestic workers shouldn’t be thrown under the bus in an attempt to (rightly) defend viola from racism and disrespect.
also to contextualize this tweet, people magazine reportedly told a former editor (who is now suing for racial discrimination), that she needs to “talk like everyone else [there because] she’s not at essence anymore.” they also suggested that ciara wouldn’t keep her loc extensions for her wedding because the wedding was supposed to be elegant.

People magazine has a track record of being racist and I’m truly not surprised there magazine is for white people and not for all.

Fuck them hoes at People! Let Viola Davis and all black girls be great!!

nikkiischillin:

piccolowasablackman:

ethiopienne:

wanderingempress:

rafi-dangelo:

People magazine tried to delete this real quick, but I just wanted to let y’all know that no matter what, we’ll always be maids to some folks. 

I loved the characters in HTGAWM because they were relatable. Both my spouse and I share the experience of being among a handful of black students in a higher learning environment. And while that isn’t what the show is “about”, it’s important that these characters are represented because folks like to think of blackness as this very static, one dimensional thing and way of being. This too is indeed apart of the black experience, because well, we can’t all be rappers/reality stars. We are law professors and law students too!

I had already heard about the nonsense that was the NYT article, and I am not the least bit surprised by these comments from People Mag! The amount of racism that slides up into mainstream media as a “joke” is disgusting! No one expected Charlize Theron to look/act like her character in “Monster” after the film was done. No one expected Jennifer Connelly to act like an addict after she finished “Requiem for a Dream”. I could go on and on with this list. These are professional ACTORS! Once the role is done, that’s it. However, this tweet highlighted the fact that “they” think Viola’s character from “The Help”, is in fact, apart of her identity. Y’all are going to be waiting a long fucking time for her to repeat those lines because in case y’all forgot, Viola majored in theatre at Rhode Island College, graduated in 1988 and in 2002 she received an honorary doctorate in Fine Arts from the college. She also attended the Juilliard School for four years, as a member of the Drama Division’s Group 22. She’s an educated professional, not a fucking maid!

yes to most of this, and i just want to really stress that maids and other domestic workers shouldn’t be thrown under the bus in an attempt to (rightly) defend viola from racism and disrespect.

also to contextualize this tweet, people magazine reportedly told a former editor (who is now suing for racial discrimination), that she needs to “talk like everyone else [there because] she’s not at essence anymore.” they also suggested that ciara wouldn’t keep her loc extensions for her wedding because the wedding was supposed to be elegant.

People magazine has a track record of being racist and I’m truly not surprised there magazine is for white people and not for all.

Fuck them hoes at People! Let Viola Davis and all black girls be great!!

Stop Telling Black Women To Seperate Our Race And Gender. It is NOT possible.

uptime-guarantee:

people really don’t get this

gelphie:

why does everyone look so surprised when i say the reason for cutting my hair short is the hot weather, what were u expecting “i need to take my father’s place in war and the chinese army won’t accept women” ???

acceber74:

thesharkinwinterfell:

wow all these black actors have studied at Julliard but have trouble getting work yet these white actors can just ~move to LA~ without any formal training but they’re the ones getting Oscars, I mean…

Or have parents that work in the business…..

uptime-guarantee:

Ooops

Shoutout to the young POC being unapologetically themselves in a world full of white supremacy.

belindapendragon:

Shoutout to the not so young POC doing the same and for longer…