Well, we planned to watch monty python ‘live’, when lightening struck the town hall/cinema and we were evacuated…at least people were singing bright side of life as we walked out:p #montypythonlive #lightening

Well, we planned to watch monty python ‘live’, when lightening struck the town hall/cinema and we were evacuated…at least people were singing bright side of life as we walked out:p #montypythonlive #lightening

c-cassandra:

my hair and i have a very complicated relationship </3

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foreveroldhollywood:

In the “Heatwave” number in “There’s no business like show business” , Marilyn Monroe actually accidentally pokes her finger in a dancer’s eye.The dancer is seen trying to hide behind the tree with his hand over his eye, but is enough of a trooper to continue with the number. Right after Marilyn pokes the dancer in the eye she performs a twirl, pokes her head between the branches of the fake tree and gives the dancer a kiss as an apology.

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deansdamnation:

thespyandthesoldier:

weight-a-second:

me too, Arya, me tooooo

This whole scene is golden.

you could hear arya going through puberty

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earthdad:

when your friend is going through a tough time and you just want to help them out

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fckyeahprettyafricans:

Namibia

vmagazine:

Namibia’s Hipsters: From the sapeurs of Kinshasa, the fashionistas of Lagos and to the streets of Jozi, vintage style is trending in Africa.   

Designer, tailor and stylist Lourens Loux Gebhardt of Loux the Vintage Guru is now collaborating with Khumbala, a group of stylists and designers from Johannesburg, to launch a street-style website that seeks to inspire Africans to step out in style and introduce them to the merits of vintage fashion.

A fashion revolution in the making; “When we collaborate we call ourselves LIA (Love is African), and we’re currently playing a big part by simply inspiring fashionistas around the African continent.”

Usually decked out in well-cut 60’s suits, tweed jackets, round spectacles and trilby hats, Lourens explains, “Many people aren’t interested in wearing vintage, they just see it as used clothing… I manage to dress myself cheaply and end up looking like a million bucks.”

photos: ©Harness Hamese and ©Lukas Amakali. all rights reserved

h/t The Guardian

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