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Celebrity Magazine Covers Seamlessly Blended With Classic Paintings

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you deserve to be in a relationship with a person who doesnt make you compete for their affection and never has you guessing where you stand with them

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 Rihanna - Diamonds (Acoustic)

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handsdown the best version of diamonds ever yep nothing compares

Wow. I didn’t know she could actually sing.

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jamesetjuliet:

"The finest example of a good character moment is Sawyer and Juliet’s relationship in season five. The two of them, after being caught on the Island spinning recklessly through time like a skipping record, are finally forced to settle in the 1970s in the Dharma Initiative’s midst. Neither has any real reason to get together. By then, we’d already been forced to invest in either a Kate-Jack or Kate-Sawyer pairing. But the show flashes us three years into their relationship, and, in a single moment, sells their coupledom almost effortlessly because the characters have been through enough apart that we understand what they need and can provide for one another. Sawyer needs someone who doesn’t cotton to his bullshit. Juliet needs someone who believes in her and isn’t trying to own her. Both need to feel trusted. And in an instant, you were with them until the end. When Lost gets something right, it’s really gets it right. It’s people who serve as its beating heart, and who make watching worth it, far more than the show’s many showy philosophical discussions.”

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