Modern Love - Banksy


Modern Love - Banksy

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Reblogged from somethingtoseeorhear, Originally posted by somethingtoseeorhear

A Palestinian man and his daughter are seen amongst wild mustard flowers which grow in the untilled fields across the Gaza Strip on March 20, 2014. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images)


A Palestinian man and his daughter are seen amongst wild mustard flowers which grow in the untilled fields across the Gaza Strip on March 20, 2014. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images)

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Reblogged from fotojournalismus, Originally posted by fotojournalismus


Scewball comedies

(Screw-ball [skrue’bol] Noun, Slang, meaning unbalanced, erratic, irrational, unconventional), became a popular slang word in the 1930s. It was applied to films where everything was a juxtaposition: educated and uneducated, rich and poor, intelligent and stupid, honest and dishonest, and most of all male and female. When two people fell in love, they did not simply surrender to their feelings, they battled it out. They lied to one another, often assuming indifferent personas toward each other. They often employed hideous tricks on each other, until finally after running out of inventions, fall into each others arms. It was fossilized comedy, physical and often painful, but mixed with the highest level of wit and sophistication, depending wholly on elegant and inventive writing. Even the supporting cast was always of first-rate. Character actors playing eccentric types as well as a stable of familiar faces in leading roles (Cary Grant, William Powell, Carole Lombard, Claudette Colbert, Katharine Hepburn) [x].

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"It’s not rude to interrupt someone to point out a dog."

blackturtleneckcat  (via monicagellerb)

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""Chi è pesante non può fare a meno di innamorarsi perdutamente di chi vola lievemente nell’aria, tra il fantastico e il possibile: mentre i leggeri sono respinti dai loro simili e trascinati dalla ‘compassione’ verso i corpi e le anime possedute dalla pesantezza.."
(L’insostenibile leggerezza dell’essere)"

— (via spina-gaggia)

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It is a restless moment. She has kept her head lowered… to give him a chance to come closer. But he could not, for lack of courage. She turns and walks away.

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Reblogged from cinematografo, Originally posted by leopold-gursky

(Source: lambette)

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(Source: misterdoor)

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Piet Mondrian (1872 - 1944)
Composition with Double Line (unfinished), 1934

Piet Mondrian (1872 - 1944)

Composition with Double Line (unfinished), 1934

(Source: sothebys1744)

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"It wasn’t the happy ending we thought we were promised when Carter Bays and Craig Thomas set out to tell the story of how Ted Mosby met his children’s mother. To viewers, it was supposed to be a story about finding your one true love in a messy, mysterious city, filled with best burgers and stripper versions of yourself. But instead, it was a story they wanted to tell, one we never see on TV. The whole nine seasons became one long tale about moving on from loss, accepting growth in pain, the reality of friends drifting apart and the negation of ‘one true loves.’ Ted didn’t have one true love. He had two, maybe more. May we all be so lucky."

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