Welcome to engagement season. The Girl In The Red Vest has had enough of it.
Without doing any homework, I’m guessing this was taken in a wealthy suburb of Atlanta. The amount of makeup and the youth of the engagees means it’s the south. Beauty of their teeth and the nice clothes means they’re rich. It COULD be Oklahoma. It COULD be South Carolina, but I’m sticking with wealthy Atlanta suburb. Anyone?
Wealthy Atlanta suburb or anywhere in North Carolina.
What people think about Nathan
I love this man ♥
Proof that Nathan is the most perfect man on the planet.
If you are an adult, becoming an adult, about to become an adult, or are worried about becoming an adult. take the time to watch this
actually, I think everyone, everywhere would benefit from this. please take the time. life is hard. SIGNAL BOOST.
This is important. Imagine if all of Tumblr can see it. I don’t want notes I want for you to each have a better day then the last. boost. watch.
Watch this. it might change your life. reblog. spread the word.
Favorite Movies: Miss Congeniality (2000)"In place of friends and relationships, you have sarcasm and a gun!"
None of us will EVER be on his level.
Laura Benanti as Baroness Elsa von Schraeder in The Sound of Music Live!
she hates friday just as much as we do
she is the robert pattinson of the music industry
REBECCA BLACK IS MY QUEEN.
This song is actually pretty great. Consider this my official request to work on “Sunday” or possibly “Tuesday” with Rebecca.
Oh no, wait a minute, I have no one.
Emily was on the front page of Yahoo! which makes me very happy. Her video about sexism is fantastic and I am so happy she took the time to talk about the topic.
If you haven’t heard from me in the last few days, it’s because I’ve been inundated with interviews and media requests, phone calls and messages, book offers, broadcast television show proposals, TV appearances, tour circuit and lecture series offers. Someone even asked if I would write an endorsement for their children’s nature book. And, don’t get all nutty on me because I haven’t agreed to anything (yet [maybe]).
This has all come as a surprise for a few reasons: one, I had no idea this video would resonate so strongly with not just women, but men, parents, teachers, business people and CEOs and journalists.
Two, I am hugely surprised that everyone is acting as though this is news. My video wasn’t revealing anything ground breaking, previously unspoken, or unknown. The Internet has dealt with its anonymous critics since the beginning, people in the public eye will always be widely scrutinized, and women have had their appearance come before their accomplishments before.
But what I am the most surprised about is that the majority agrees with me on this one: that negative online communities are detrimental, and also that these things can improve and get better for content creators of all kinds. That if enough people speak up in favor of fostering encouraging environments online, it will happen. You see this environment in the comment section of PBS Idea Channel, an educational series known for their delightfully constructive community. You see this in the Nerdfighter community. Why not for other educational channels?
The reception of that video far exceeded any expectations I had, and I take it as an indication that we are all working together towards positive change. Thank you, all of you.
Very cool…very exciting…
Shh. I'm inventing a new pie in my head.
The best role model.
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