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Despicable Me 2, even better because i was pronouncing "a-avery" like a-aaron

Despicable Me 2

Despicable Me 2, even better because i was pronouncing "a-avery" like a-aaron

Morning coffee (39 photos)

Morning coffee (39 photos)

Juno: I think I'm in love with you. Paulie: You mean as friends? Juno: No, I mean for real. Cause you're like the coolest person I've ever met, and you don't have to try. Paulie: I try very hard, actually.

Say Anything… (1989) | 25 Memorable Coming-Of-Age Romances

25 Memorable Coming-Of-Age Romances

I cant even describe my love for Ryan Gosling seriously wish I has someone like his act in the notebook love this movie too!!! <33333

I cant even describe my love for Ryan Gosling seriously wish I has someone like his act in the notebook love this movie too!!! <33333

10 Things I Hate About You - that moment when JGL suggested Heath Ledger wasn't pretty... LOL I laughed!!! #daguyishot

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10 Things I Hate About You - that moment when JGL suggested Heath Ledger wasn't pretty... LOL I laughed!!! #daguyishot

worst pirate - Pirates of the Caribbean #movie #quote starring Johnny Depp featured @ www.OnlineMovieQuotes.com

worst pirate - Pirates of the Caribbean #movie #quote starring Johnny Depp featured @ www.OnlineMovieQuotes.com

"The Little Rascals" Alfalfa and Darla Together Again. (Ain't Luv Grate? Can I get an 'awww'?) Found on twitter.com

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"The Little Rascals" Alfalfa and Darla Together Again. (Ain't Luv Grate? Can I get an 'awww'?) Found on twitter.com

This is a scene from "10 Things I Hate About You," which was discussed in the article,"The Cinematic Shrews Of Teen Comedy: Gendering Shakespeare In Twentieth-Century Film." In the article he related this film to Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew." I felt like this scene is a perfect representation of what men think of women when they have high morals and standards.

This is a scene from "10 Things I Hate About You," which was discussed in the article,"The Cinematic Shrews Of Teen Comedy: Gendering Shakespeare In Twentieth-Century Film." In the article he related this film to Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew." I felt like this scene is a perfect representation of what men think of women when they have high morals and standards.