kissmeok:

♡Love/Couples♡

kissmeok:

♡Love/Couples♡

determinate:

I hope it burns when you see me happy with someone else. ♥

determinate:

I hope it burns when you see me happy with someone else. ♥

Ohhhh Ross, that “on a break” episode was THE WORST OF ALL FRIENDS EPS.

self-preservati0n:

this song is just so sweet and cute

kailz-h:

Can’t even… Is it April 1st yet!?!??!

After a privileged childhood; a reign as Debutante of the Year; an education at Vassar, the Sorbonne, and George Washington University; a brief career as an inquiring photographer; a long courtship with a man twelve years her senior who she feared “couldn’t be less interested in me”; marriage to that same ambitious young Senator; his several illnesses and near death; his campaign for the Vice-Presidency; the bearing of four children and the death of two; four years as the wife of a presidential hopeful; two years and ten months as the Thirty-first First Lady of the United States; the witnessing of her husband’s murder, and a full year of the rituals and restrictions of mourning, Jacqueline Kennedy, at thirty-five, must decide what to do with her life.
Gloria Steinem, “Mrs. Kennedy at the Moment,” Esquire October 1964

Yup, I’m ded. It’s college love all over again.

hoechlder:

"You’re such a tease!"

Kristen Bell & Jason Dohring re-enacting the ‘epic’ LoVe scene from ep 2.20 (x)

It tasted like a first - the first time you dove into an ocean wave or made something good or touched her lips.
Michael Paterniti, “Ferran Adria,” Esquire July 2001
He loved her like a dog.
Langston Hughes, April 1934 Esquire
Your heart understood mine. In the depth of the fragrant night, I listened with ravished soul to your beloved voice. Your heart understood mine.
Friedrich Baer, Little Women

She deserves to be happy!

1:05 / 4:03

Edgar Allen Poe, such a wonderful quote.

Edgar Allen Poe, such a wonderful quote.

When I watch the ending of a romantic comedy…
I have no regrets. I wouldn’t have lived my life the way I did if I was going to worry about what people were going to say.
Ingrid Bergman
Linus Larrabee: Sabrina.
Sabrina Fairchild: Yes?
Linus Larrabee: Do you mind if we turn this off?
Sabrina Fairchild: Why?
Linus Larrabee: Because.
Sabrina Fairchild: Don’t you like it?
Linus Larrabee: I used to like it.
Sabrina Fairchild: Certain songs bring back certain memories to me, too. Did you love her?
Linus Larrabee: I’d rather not talk about it.
Sabrina Fairchild: I’m sorry.
Linus Larrabee: That’s all right.
Sabrina Fairchild: It’s so strange to think of you being touched by a woman. I always thought you walked alone.
Linus Larrabee: No man walks alone from choice.
Sabrina Fairchild: As a child I used to watch you, from the window over the garage. Coming and going, always wearing your black homburg and carrying a briefcase and umbrella. I thought you could never belong to anyone. Never care for anyone.
Linus Larrabee: Oh, yes, the cold businessman behind his marble desk, way up in his executive suite. No emotions, just ice water in his veins and ticker tape coming from his heart. And yet… one day that same cold businessman, high up in a skyscraper, opens a window, steps out on a ledge… stands there for three hours wondering… if he should jump.
Sabrina Fairchild: Because of her?
Linus Larrabee: No. No, that was another woman. Sabrina, do you find it hard to believe that someone might want to blot out everything for sentimental reasons?
Sabrina Fairchild: Oh, I believe it! Do you know what I almost did for sentimental reasons? I… I went to Paris to blot it out.
Sabrina