Wow a blog.. would you look at that... wow.Hello there! Im Ingrid, 18(!!!), from Scotland. A very very brief list of things I like would be comedy, stand up, swimming, hills, pretty things, film, books, Liam Neeson, animals, music of all sorts and, of course, the Blues Brothers. This blog should hopefully turn into a collection of things i like and things that make me happy, so please join me as I sift through tumblr to bring you my favorite stuff. Thanks for visiting!
Oh and very quickly, my tag system, to help with the searching of my blog: For things i posted #my post, For art #art, For photography #photo, Cute things #cute, Interesting things #truth #important or #feminism, nice things #good, quotes #quote, things that describe me #me, pretty men #m, pretty women #w, cool things #cool, films #film, music #music, pretty things #pretty, aand theres a bunch more but these are my main ones. Enjoy!
when you keep starting your sentence over and over again because no one is paying attention to you
|Anonymous said: i'm a fellow cinephile and this is such a legit question. i'm always scared i'm coming off as pretentious or a know-it-all and i really don't want to. like do you have any advice on how i can keep this in check??|
try not to be negative. if you don’t like a movie, just don’t say anything. the biggest problem with the film community is negativity; everyone who has a different opinion thinks theirs is more important, and that if someone likes a movie that the other person doesn’t like, they have to go on a tangent about what’s wrong with the movie. celebrate the movies you do like, spread the word and suggest it to people, but don’t put down other movies in the process. like what you like and let other people do the same.
the only domestic instinct my parents have managed to pass on to me is the tendency to hoard multiple plastic bags in another plastic bag despite the fact that I will probably never need this many plastic bags in my adult life
i’ve started putting bbq and ranch on things that should never have bbq and ranch on them. it’s a problem, but one i don’t really want to solve. so.
imagine a video game where you create a hero whose destiny is to save everyone, but throughout the game you start making harder and more questionable decisions, and the game gets darker and darker. and in the end you’re just standing there, clutching the controller and finally realizing you were playing the villain all along
3rd day of being at uni and feeling exhausted and nauseous is already the norm
|boy:||i hate being poor|
|grandpa:||were going to the fun factory|
|mr chocolate:||hello naughty children its murder time|