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dnttllmtdthmths:

Doesn’t it seem so aggravating that 3 letters on a sheet of A4 determine your future… those 2 hour exams will change your life… I just find it hard to believe that exams are in any way reflective of true intelligence. 

psychotic-stiles:

Getting ready on results day  (x)

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Tony Yaacoub Couture Fall-Winter 2014 | DETAILS

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I love you because I know you’re always there…

amortizing:

there to catch me when I fall… there to listen when I need you, there when I feel alone. I love you because you understand me… you know how I feel even when I can’t say it… you know I’m not as strong as I say and still you never let me know that I’m not fooling you. I love you because you make me believe, believe that I am not worthless… believe that I can be loved, am loved, and can love others…

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perfectlymarilynmonroe:

Marilyn Monroe ABC >> J >> Joe DiMaggio

Marilyn Monroe married New York's Yankee player Joe DiMaggio on January 14th, 1954. The two met years before but seriously started dating in 1952. Joe traveled to Canada to visit Marilyn during her production of Niagara. After their marriage in San Francisco, the couple headed to Japan for their short honeymoon, after Marilyn headed to Korea alone to perform for the soldiers. Joe accompanied Marilyn to New York City where Marilyn filmed The Seven Year Itch. This was where Marilyn and Joe's marriage started to rock. Joe was getting jealous of the attention Marilyn was getting during her famous subway scene. She kept flashing her dress showing her panties to her fans. Joe was angry and ended up leaving. It is rumored that Joe beat Marilyn later on that night but no one saw any marks on Marilyn the next day. After The Seven Year Itch Marilyn and Joe returned to California where on October 6th, Marilyn announced her and Joe were divorcing. Years went by and they still kept in contact. In 1960-1961 they started really talking and seeing each other more. In 1961 and 1962 they were back together as an unofficial couple. There was rumor of another marriage between the two, but only they know. Marilyn called Joe's son, Joe DiMaggio Jr, the night she died. Joe made Marilyn's funeral arraignments. Joe DiMaggio's last words were, "I'll finally get to see Marilyn." Rest In Peace, you two.

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