"I had always believed that I could do anything, and when you’re in school you can do anything. You can play any role, you can play any age, because that’s what you do at school. But the realization that they really didn’t make movies or TV shows about black women… I suddenly panicked. I just had this panic like ‘Oh my god, I spent all this time to do this thing that the industry is not set up for me to succeed in this thing.’ So I freaked out. I freaked out." - Tracie Thoms: Life After Juilliard

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amelia-laelia:

Does anyone remember the commercials where the kids asked for ravioli and their parents said no so the kid put it back but then the can threw itself off the shelf and rolled its way to the kids house and the mom was so accepting of it when she found it not thinking if her kid took it anyways after her saying no and they ate it for dinner.

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romangod:

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romangod:

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See, this post isnt even funny. Its just a picture of one of the hemswhatever brothers smiling, and it has 19 notes. Because someone tumblr famous posted it. OMFG. Im tired of my quality shit not getting notes omfg. it needs to stahp ok. UGH. Then again, it could be an inside joke. BUT HOW DO 19 PEOPLE SHARE AN INSIDE JOKE THIS IS THE INTERNET.

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"The one thing I wish these girls that come to my shows knew is that they are exactly where I was when I was a teenager. I had no idea who I was! I was going through all these phases. I was trying on different outfits and all these different personalities, trying to figure out what category I fit into, and which clique I would be accepted in. But if you just keep doing ‘you’, and being who you are and doing what feels natural to you, maybe you won’t find a place where you fit in for a very long time, but you eventually will."
- Taylor Swift for British Vogue, November 2014 (via ialmostdo)

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