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ohknight:

bvmbi:

so many people probably reblogged this as a joke but at the end of the day he’s still stuntin on us lames

How could any1 reblog this as a joke omg tht hair is like a silk ocean

ohknight:

bvmbi:

so many people probably reblogged this as a joke but at the end of the day he’s still stuntin on us lames

How could any1 reblog this as a joke omg tht hair is like a silk ocean

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teatattoo:

SHOWERS ARE FUCKING INCREDIBLE. OH UR SKIN FEELS STICKY? SHOWER. HAIR A LITTLE GREASY? SHOWER. NEED TO ESCAPE YOUR FAMILY? SHOWER.

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"At the height of the Great Depression, two small-town kids from the middle of nowhere became the biggest folk heroes in all of America. Their names were Bonnie and Clyde. Unafraid, unashamed, and irresistible, their daring story of love and crime captured the imagination of a country. Today, the most infamous duo of the 20th century takes aim at a whole new target: Broadway.” (source)

"At the height of the Great Depression, two small-town kids from the middle of nowhere became the biggest folk heroes in all of America. Their names were Bonnie and Clyde. Unafraid, unashamed, and irresistible, their daring story of love and crime captured the imagination of a country. Today, the most infamous duo of the 20th century takes aim at a whole new target: Broadway.” (source)

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thesondheimian:

“I had a superstition that I never turned off the light to my dressing room until the show was over. We taped three nights in a row, and after the last taping, the light was off when I got back to my dressing room and I turned it on and Stephen Sondheim was sitting there in my dressing room. He said, ‘I think you’ll understand. It never gets better than this. This is like the greatest night we might ever have.’”
“When we do something, it affects somebody else. And, at the time [of the original], we were all having children. My kids were young, and James had a child that was young, and I think that a lot of the sensibility of the show had to do with the concept of ‘What was our responsibility to our children?’ That’s always stuck with me, and the idea that there’s always an argument [about] whether the path is straight — or if there is a path. The Baker says, ‘There is no path.’ Other people say, ‘The path is straight,’ and I think I’ve always come away thinking that everybody has to find their own path.”
-Chip Zien (x)

thesondheimian:

“I had a superstition that I never turned off the light to my dressing room until the show was over. We taped three nights in a row, and after the last taping, the light was off when I got back to my dressing room and I turned it on and Stephen Sondheim was sitting there in my dressing room. He said, ‘I think you’ll understand. It never gets better than this. This is like the greatest night we might ever have.’”

“When we do something, it affects somebody else. And, at the time [of the original], we were all having children. My kids were young, and James had a child that was young, and I think that a lot of the sensibility of the show had to do with the concept of ‘What was our responsibility to our children?’ That’s always stuck with me, and the idea that there’s always an argument [about] whether the path is straight — or if there is a path. The Baker says, ‘There is no path.’ Other people say, ‘The path is straight,’ and I think I’ve always come away thinking that everybody has to find their own path.”

-Chip Zien (x)

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You can’t sit with us. 

You can’t sit with us. 

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