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GQ: You seem like you can handle yourself. I read that you once fought off an intruder who broke into your house? 

CH: I grew up playing rugby, rough-and-tumble, in a tough neighborhood where I had to fight. It wasn’t even so much Newcastle; I went to the Lake District and there was a very… regional, small town type of mentality up there, where fighting was a real currency and the hard guys were the celebrities of that town. So I ended up fighting a little bit growing up. I always think that the ability to fight and defend oneself is a skill that every man should have but endeavor never to use, you know? I would never willingly look to get into a physical altercation, but yeah - you break into my house at 3 o’clock in the morning, and I am going to whoop your f***ing ass!

Me and my followers.

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cloverkitten:

You so ship Chibbs and the new sheriff. And Tig and Venus.

They are brother in sister in this movie. One of thems a sex addict and the other one is needy. So no.

They are brother in sister in this movie. One of thems a sex addict and the other one is needy. So no.

comedycentral:

Click here to watch Jon Stewart cover Kansas’s anti-gay legislation on The Daily Show.

And you can watch full episodes anytime, anywhere on the Comedy Central app.

puregwenstefani:

Cool music video

"I saw you at the Emmys, you were presenting with the beautiful, the great Gwen Stefani, that was the category we were up for, best variety show […] You gave me a window to do a joke, cause Gwen mispronounced his name".

aflawedfashion:

No Doubt 1996 | 2012

semiserious:

Usually when we talk about a singer’s performance in a music video we’re talking about their dancing or what they do with their body, or we ain’t talking about much at all. 

But can we just give Gwen Stefani a lifetime achievement award for facial acting in a music video? Like, seriously just watch about any Gwen or No Doubt video and see what she does with her face and then compare to any random pop chick’s video (except Nicki Minaj, obviously, who is one of the few who come close). 

If it’s a silly video her face is in constant motion. Her neck and shoulders bobbing about while she pulls all sorts of expression. About a 1/3rd of “Just A Girl” video is close-ups of Gwen mean-mugging for the camera. There’s an entire section of the “Sunday Morning” video devoted to goofy expressions. In “Hey Baby” she repeatedly runs full speed at the camera, face first, only to contort her face in something Lucile Ballian. 

But! If it’s a serious video she sells the emotions. Watch “Its My Life.” The best is when she runs over tony and peers up over the steering wheel with a perfect “I just killed someone …and I liked it” look. In “Cool” there’s a smile she gives to her ex’s Fiance that says “I am genuinely happy for them but it took a long time to get here and I am proud of myself for being so mature.” Elsewhere in the flashback portions she perfectly captures a teen girl who is giddy to see her boyfriend look. 

I mean, there’s a few singers out there who kind of always look dead behind the eyes in the music videos, and their labels really need to be like “Go watch some Gwen videos and try to do that.” 

White people get so offended when you force them to acknowledge that they are, in fact, white. Its like, bitch how you do you think I’ve felt for the past 24 years of my existence?


Too powerful not to reblog… For all those people who have faught, or are still fighting. Who got through it, or who didn’t. Reblog it for them.

Too powerful not to reblog… For all those people who have faught, or are still fighting. Who got through it, or who didn’t. Reblog it for them.

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killerkanye:

this post is the worst she was genuinely talking to her dad and yall make it some creepy lana del rey shit smh

killerkanye:

this post is the worst she was genuinely talking to her dad and yall make it some creepy lana del rey shit smh

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