favorite people list → Sam Claflin (Talking about female empowerment movies becoming more popular) “I do think the times are changing and its time to tell women’s stories as much as it is men’s. I don’t see why it hasn’t happened before, it should have happened earlier. I’m happy to take a backseat for a lady any day.”
Have you ever noticed that almost every time they show a guy’s wiener, that guy’s character is gay? … It’s just that they have a lot of girls’ boobs and vaginas and stuff, but most times when they show a man’s wiener, it’s because that guy’s in a love scene with another guy. You think it’s because gay wieners are less threatening to women viewers? All I get is weiner, weiner, weiner. It’s not all gay weiner, but when they do show a straight guy’s weiner it’s all soft and floppy. Even though he just got done humping a pretty girl. Why is that? Because a soft weiner isn’t threatening, just like a gay weiner.
By Butters from South Park on Game of Thrones (via fuckyeahsexanddrugs)
The whole point is that in London, the way people are, they’re just very insular and no one ever looks at each other. You don’t look at each other on the subway. You literally step over people with their hands in the air every day asking for money. There’s this thing of you can live in a city and be completely alone, not notice anything going on around you. - Simon Pegg
"Each sand grain is about a tenth of a millimeter in size. When you look closer, it’s really quite amazing. You have microshells there; coral; fragments of other shells; olivine; bits of volcano; tube worms — an amazing array of incredible things exist in sand.
When we’re walking along a beach, we’re actually walking along millions of years of biological and geological history. We don’t realize it, but it’s actually a record of that entire ecology. If you look at different sands from different places — every single beach, every single place where you look at sand — they’re different.”
Photos courtesy of Gary Greenberg. See more of Gary’s photography documenting the “microworld” at his website.