do you ever have a plan for the day and suddenly it’s 4pm and you’ve achieved literally nothing
I believe Douglas Adams and John Lloyd came up with a word for this feeling.
your face is a rare gift to humanity: Ned picspam per episode
I’ve been lucky. Opportunities don’t often come along. So, when they do, you have to grab them. —Audrey Hepburn
Did you bring your glasses?
Don’t you wear glasses?
-Oh dear me no! Whatever gives you that idea?
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)
Myrna Loy + nose scrunch
At the beginning of her career Myrna Loy´s turned-up nose was not as famous yet, rather infamous. She had a little bone on the side of her nose, which cast a shadow in certain lights. This drove the cameramen crazy "because they never knew when it would appear. They’d see the rushes, groan, ‘There’s that thing again,’ and have to retake the scene. It looked like a tiny smudge on my nose. I mean you could hardly see it, but that’s how far the mania for perfection went." So she was often called in for retakes and since those are rather expensive she was once called in by the makeup department who announced that they maybe would fix her nose. "I was horrified. I used to be known as ‘The Nose’ for goodness’ sake—thousands of women went to plastic surgeons to have it duplicated. I said, ‘Never! Nobody’s touching this nose!’ and got out of there fast.” And she was true. She had the most famous and sought-after nose of the 1930s and women would regularly go to plastic surgeons go get “a nose like Myrna Loy”.
The infamous ‘Candy Ball’ sequence of Cecil B. DeMille’s The Golden Bed (1925), featuring costumes—partially made of edible materials like marshmallow—designed by Edith Head.
Vivien Leigh in a promotional photo for Caesar and Cleopatra (1945)
when ur parents go out food shopping
William Powell takes a shower in Star of Midnight (1935)
"You should die of shame to leave me here alone and helpless!"