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David: The final design for Freddy was based on a pepperoni pizza. I was at a restaurant one night, and I was having pizza and I was just kind of deep in thought. I started playing around with the cheese, putting it around the pepperoni, and actually made Freddy’s face on the pizza.

David Miller on what inspired his makeup for Robert Englund in A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984

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will always reblog this story

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brainstatic:

Is something not about your dick? Make it about your dick! Don’t let her do anything without reminding her that you have a dick.


Ugh.

brainstatic:

Is something not about your dick? Make it about your dick! Don’t let her do anything without reminding her that you have a dick.

Ugh.

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ayothewuisback:

White peoples’ definition of racism is hurt feelings, instead of what it actually is, and that’s systematic destruction of an ethnic group. Understand that, and then you’ll understand why racism doesn’t “go both ways”.

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  • things I should be doing: reading
  • things I want to do: read
  • thing that I am putting off for no conceivable reason: reading

locallycrafted:

See Why This Blank Paper Is Already a Masterpiece

Meet Christopher James, owner of Porridge Papers, an independently owned, local paper mill and letterpress studio in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Christopher moved to Lincoln when he was 20 years old for school and started working at an art store.  One day, feeling spontaneous, he brought home a papermaking kit and a small blender and began what would become his life’s passion: making handmade paper.  Find out how Christopher went from blending paper in his kitchen to running one of the most unique small businesses in the Lincoln area in this installment of Locally Crafted Goods. 

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fangirladdie:

After I saw him in The Cripple of Inishmaan, I anxiously waited to meet Daniel Radcliffe at the stage door so I could get this card signed. Because I was toward the back of the crowd, I didn’t think Daniel would even notice the card, but I was very wrong. As soon as he caught sight of the card, Daniel started laughing. He then took the card and explained how he had wanted to sign one of the cards ever since he had found out about it and signed it with my Sharpie. Then he THANKED me for bringing it and took my phone and took a selfie with me. Needless to say, I was very happy.

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