VICTORIA "THE GOON"

DEDICATED TO VICTORIA SONG QIAN THE CHINESE GODDESS... MY BEAUTIFUL BABY <3
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oneithersidetheriverlie:

"Thought I’d get an extra ten minutes in before the gong goes."

…and the MDocks shining very brightly through at the very end…

byebyebananas:

however-whatever-whenever:

Downton Abbey ep5
Sunday 20 October 2013 at 9pm on ITV
Lady Mary talks to Tom about parenting and childhood.  Tom is quietly thinking about a whole new life for himself and baby Sybbie.
 

AHAAHAH BYE I’M GONNA KMS NOW

New blog for everything together…

resentthesebloodyobsessions.tumblr.com…

one is enough now! 

“I was always that punk in school. I didn’t feel clean and pretty. And I always felt interesting or odd or dark. I was the kid when I first got a film I’d be in my black boots and my ripped jeans and my old jacket… I felt more comfortable like that. I wasn’t gonna pretend to be the smart, clean, centered girl. I could understand the darker things, the more moody things, the more emotional things.” — Angelina Jolie

edenliaothewomb:

Michelle Dockery, photographed by David Slijper for Harper’s BAZAAR UK, August 2013.
(click the image for extremely high-res photo.)

edenliaothewomb:

Michelle Dockery, photographed by David Slijper for Harper’s BAZAAR UK, August 2013.

(click the image for extremely high-res photo.)

Dockery is a face-puller, an impressionist, a giggler. She impersonates herself squawking out Whitney Houston in karaoke (‘How will I knooow’), breaks suddenly into sobs as she shows me how she used to cheekily manipulate teachers at school, and slips into a perfect American accent to mimic Julianne Moore, a Downton devotee, on the set of their film. At drama school, she played for laughs until the term they put on a Chekhov piece and the teacher made her repeat a tough scene in rehearsal until she burst into tears: ‘I was a bit clowny, and they had to kind of knock that out of me.’ Luckily, they didn’t fully succeed. Dockery still clowns, and when she laughs, which is often, her smile is so wide that her whole face crinkles and contorts around it. — Portrait of a Lady, Harper’s Bazaar UK

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