Cordelia Chic

“When I think about what I wish I could say to my younger self and what I really try to say to women every day, it’s that you’re enough. You don’t have to do any more and you don’t have to make yourself into something someone else wants you to be or that you think would be more appreciated.”

(Source: slayylorswift, via stillafireinme)

— 2 weeks ago with 94 notes

“He was very lively, very confident and very sure of himself. He’s a very determined young boy.”

(Source: georgewindsors)

— 3 weeks ago with 129 notes

That’s the exciting thing. I still don’t know what I’m going to be. I love acting. I would love to be an English teacher. I would love to be a housewife and have a chateau in the South of France, I would love to be a singer that travels to cafes around different towns. I am loving to live out my life right now and see where it goes, it’s exciting.

(Source: brookedaviz, via stillafireinme)

— 1 month ago with 53 notes

"In 1999, I guest starred on Friends. And I panicked. I couldn’t remember my lines and the writers were yelling things at me, and I just stood there, completely frozen. But Jennifer Aniston was there and she was playing my sister and she came and pulled me to the side and she said, ‘Hey, are you okay? You’re kind of freaking out a little bit.’ And I said, ‘No, no. I’m not okay. No.’ And she said, ‘Okay, hey, here… I’m gonna do a little trick.’ And she said, ‘You’re just gonna make a mistake in the next take. Make a mistake and you’re just gonna flub your line or whatever and the audience is gonna love it.’ And I said, ‘Really?’ And she goes, ‘Yeah, because – don’t try to be perfect. Just be yourself.’ So the next time I went out there, I couldn’t remember my lines anyway, so I flubbed my line and I stopped and I let the audience just enjoy my mistakes and my failability. And she was totally right, they did love it, and I immediately felt comfortable. When I was thinking about Jen and what I wanted to say about Jen, that is the story that sort of captured Jen the best for me. That’s who she is.” –  Reese Witherspoon

"In 1999, I guest starred on Friends. And I panicked. I couldn’t remember my lines and the writers were yelling things at me, and I just stood there, completely frozen. But Jennifer Aniston was there and she was playing my sister and she came and pulled me to the side and she said, ‘Hey, are you okay? You’re kind of freaking out a little bit.’ And I said, ‘No, no. I’m not okay. No.’ And she said, ‘Okay, hey, here… I’m gonna do a little trick.’ And she said, ‘You’re just gonna make a mistake in the next take. Make a mistake and you’re just gonna flub your line or whatever and the audience is gonna love it.’ And I said, ‘Really?’ And she goes, Yeah, because – don’t try to be perfect. Just be yourself.’ So the next time I went out there, I couldn’t remember my lines anyway, so I flubbed my line and I stopped and I let the audience just enjoy my mistakes and my failability. And she was totally right, they did love it, and I immediately felt comfortable. When I was thinking about Jen and what I wanted to say about Jen, that is the story that sort of captured Jen the best for me. That’s who she is.” –  Reese Witherspoon

(Source: central-perk, via frie-nds)

— 1 month ago with 3567 notes

misterjuantastic:

i love how you can see him going from “wh-” to “goofy you piece of shit”

(Source: radondoran, via tinglebingle)

— 1 month ago with 334054 notes

katemiddletons:

The bond between these two is just too much.

(via justacarolinagirl)

— 1 month ago with 2181 notes

"During my first or second episode, it was raining hard - big puddles all over the Warner Bros. lot and the girls - Courteney, Jen and Lisa  - had to go and play in the puddles. It was so great seeing them come back sopping wet from their heads to their toes, sides aching with that delirious laughter, having to hold each other up it was so funny, that suddenly I had this clear picture, that with that kind of giddy fun, if they could hold onto that, if they could bottle up that joy, they could do anything in this world. And they did, didn’t they? Every week.” – Jane Sibbet

"During my first or second episode, it was raining hard - big puddles all over the Warner Bros. lot and the girls - Courteney, Jen and Lisa  - had to go and play in the puddles. It was so great seeing them come back sopping wet from their heads to their toes, sides aching with that delirious laughter, having to hold each other up it was so funny, that suddenly I had this clear picture, that with that kind of giddy fun, if they could hold onto that, if they could bottle up that joy, they could do anything in this world. And they did, didn’t they? Every week. Jane Sibbet

(Source: central-perk, via frie-nds)

— 1 month ago with 22104 notes

laiua:

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ruinedchildhood:

has this been done yet

YESSSSSSSSSSSS

Thank you.

(via amyinwonderlanddd)

— 2 months ago with 368003 notes