arrestedwesteros:

G.O.B.: These guys are pros, Michael. They’re gonna push the tension till the last possible moment before they strip.Michael: They’re not going to strip, are they?G.O.B.: I told them not to, but I can’t promise that their instincts won’t kick in.
Pier Pressure - 1x10
submission by Chris Neumann

arrestedwesteros:

G.O.B.: These guys are pros, Michael. They’re gonna push the tension till the last possible moment before they strip.
Michael: They’re not going to strip, are they?
G.O.B.: I told them not to, but I can’t promise that their instincts won’t kick in.

Pier Pressure - 1x10

submission by Chris Neumann

suggestivecacti:

oh my god

the squirrel

is trying to bury

the nut

in the dog’s fur

and the dog is just like

um

excuse me

sorry

but i’m not designed for that

sorry

(Source: youtube.com)

(Source: arrestedwesteros)

kfan:

My 5 Favorite Parts of Soldier of Love by Sade

1. There are at least 3 different guitar parts in this song, but the loudest one, with the noise gate on it. How the lines cut in and out, dancing around the drums, like glimpses of the safety of love, promises that vanish as soon as you speak them.

2. I’m at the borderland of my faith, I’m in the hinterland of my devotion. Maybe one of the best lines in any song, ever? So deep and pure and complex and true that I can’t even think about it too much. It destroys me to contemplate what those words even mean.

3. I’m doing my best b/w I’m still alive. Proclamations of determination and an absolute unwillingness to give up (on love? on life? on oneself?) despite history, despite the odds.

4. The gang vocals (WHOA) and handclaps on the bridge. You’re not in this alone. We have each other.

5. The song is basically over at 4:00 but the music continues for another 0:59. Like, look: settle in for a long ride. This is life. Still waiting for love to come.

The Bourbon Family Tree

Colin Spoelman:

What Is the Value of Stolen Art?

Ed Caesar:

Highlights from The Real Housewives of Yoknapatawpha County

Nathan Pensky:

Episode 19: Nancy Mannigoe mutters “Jesus, Jesus, Jesus gonna kill me” over and over while washing the Compson children’s sheets. Mrs. Compson pats her arm and asks her to be quiet.

Episode 24: The ghosts of Ellen and Rosa Coldfield visit Caddy Compson. They try to stroke her hair while she sits dozing on the porch swing. Caddy awakens and thinks it was Benjy stroking her hair. She scolds him, and he cries. Quentin makes Benjy stop crying by setting a wagon on fire.