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absinthemakesyouawhore:

Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (2008)

elizabitchtaylor:

Sherilyn Fenn and Kyle MacLachlan as Audrey Horne and Agent Cooper in promotional shots for the second season of Twin Peaks, 1990.

Saoirse Ronan as Agatha in The Grand Budapest Hotel (x)

scrummyrecovery:

 Have you ever had somebody tell you how they ‘missed’ breakfast or they’ve ‘hardly’ eaten all day…and then act all proud about it? It really winds me up. How even non-ed sufferers nowadays can feel satisfaction by eating as little as possible-before then announcing this ‘achievement’ in public.

It’s basically like putting not enough petrol into your car, driving off and then expecting a round of applause. Well done you.

Not eating isn’t an accomplishment. 

Coffee and Cigarettes 

Jim Jarmusch, 2003

saxonishere:

wehadfacesthen:

A woman drinks tea, 1940, in the aftermath of a German bombing raid during the London Blitz

Do we ever stop drinking tea? Like is there any situation a cup of tea won’t make better?

saxonishere:

wehadfacesthen:

A woman drinks tea, 1940, in the aftermath of a German bombing raid during the London Blitz

Do we ever stop drinking tea? Like is there any situation a cup of tea won’t make better?


" Hunger is want. It’s a broader desire than desire. It isn’t the will, which is strength. Neither is it a weakness, for hunger doesn’t know passivity. He who hungers searches. […] In hunger there is a dynamic that forbids us to accept its state. It is an intolerable want.
[…] Hunger, true hunger, not the whim of someone who’s feeling a bit peckish, the hunger that tears out the heart and drains the soul of its substance, is the ladder that leads to love. The great lovers were educated in the school of hunger.”

—  Amelie Nothomb, The Life of Hunger

" Hunger is want. It’s a broader desire than desire. It isn’t the will, which is strength. Neither is it a weakness, for hunger doesn’t know passivity. He who hungers searches. […] In hunger there is a dynamic that forbids us to accept its state. It is an intolerable want.

[…] Hunger, true hunger, not the whim of someone who’s feeling a bit peckish, the hunger that tears out the heart and drains the soul of its substance, is the ladder that leads to love. The great lovers were educated in the school of hunger.”

—  Amelie Nothomb, The Life of Hunger