The Felt Leaning

No sentimentality. Just play the notes.

Tina Fey talks about Paula Pell dancing with her dress up when a bunch of SNL people had dinner while they were filming “The Nest”.

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imsirius:

"There are things that come along with getting older. You get really good at not taking things personally. When you see people acting or behaving a certain way, you don’t do what you did in your 20s, which is assume it’s because of something you did or there’s something wrong with you. You just watch it the way you would watch a child having a tantrum." x x

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What If You Just Don’t Know If You Want Kids?

“A lot of women on the fence feel like they should be feeling a deep longing to raise a child, and the truth is they don’t,” says Laura Carroll, author ofThe Baby Matrix. There’s really no evidence, she says, that women have abiological urge to procreate. Humans are the only animal that can choose whether or not to spawn. When you joke that your ovaries are jumping, it’s really your brain thinking, I’d like to be a mother someday. You’re emotionally — not biologically — processing all those cute baby photos on Instagram.

 

amypoehler:

Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x

happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)

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hawxkeye:

fifty favorite fictional characters
↳6. Lucille Bluth (Arrested Development)

Don’t you judge me. You’re the selfish one, you’re the one who charged his own brother for a Bluth frozen banana. I mean, it’s one banana, Michael! What could it cost? Ten dollars?

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heaveninawildflower:

 ”If reasons were as plentiful as blackberries” (1906) illustration by Walter Crane (1845–1915 ) for ‘Flowers from Shakespeare’s Garden.’ Published by Cassell & Co.
Image and text courtesy MFA Boston.

heaveninawildflower:

 ”If reasons were as plentiful as blackberries” (1906) illustration by Walter Crane (1845–1915 ) for ‘Flowers from Shakespeare’s Garden.’ Published by Cassell & Co.

Image and text courtesy MFA Boston.

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