tamsininmypants:

Because we all know this is what’s bound to happen the moment she’s stable.

you’re home, you’ll never be alone.

While Evelyne was handing out muffins at the screening

  • Guy next to me: What flavor are they?
  • Evelyne: I don't know man. Orphan Black flavored.
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And you, love, motivated me (; <3

yay :D 

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“I love you,” she smiled, taking my hand in hers and entwining our fingers. “I know,” I grinned. Even though it wasn’t the full body contact I wanted, I was content with the feeling of her hand in mine, fitting a perfectly as a puzzle piece. (That's it for now, darling)

aww thats so gooood. You write them so perfectly ugh <3  

cosima’s lips appreciation

kuinchel:

The cast of “Faking It” for NOH8

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We spent almost the entire day running around, taking pictures of the buildings, models and surrounding wildlife there. I wouldn't have minded staying a little longer but it was apparent Bo’s interests were far from focused on any of the things that had surrounded us. Throughout the simulation, she spent it staring at me, running her gaze slowly up and down my body in a way that told me exactly where her mind was. (Finally working on it! :D)

YAY FINALLY :D :D . gimmeee moreee cmonnnnn you’re the best.

"Women in their multitudes is something that needs to be seen more than men in their multitudes."
Graeme Manson, regarding whether he ever considered a male lead for Orphan Black (x)

ORPHAN BLACK | Evelyne Brochu’s Favorite Scenes x 

"There isn’t a single part on a woman that is not worth kissing."
(via nicolezai)
maybeedmonton:

“When Kathleen Andrews became Edmonton’s first female bus driver in 1975, there were no female bathrooms in the bus depots and no radios on any of the buses.
So Andrews carried a dime in her pocket for emergency calls in phone booths, used the male manager’s private bathroom and picked up the tradition of waving to other passing bus drivers as a signal she was safe.
She faced drunken louts trying to pick her up, male colleagues who questioned her ability to drive and passengers who refused to get onto her bus because she was a woman driver. But Andrews stuck it out behind the steering wheel for three years before moving up the ranks, becoming a pioneer at Edmonton Transit Services while working to bring in a stable income for her two children.”

maybeedmonton:

When Kathleen Andrews became Edmonton’s first female bus driver in 1975, there were no female bathrooms in the bus depots and no radios on any of the buses.

So Andrews carried a dime in her pocket for emergency calls in phone booths, used the male manager’s private bathroom and picked up the tradition of waving to other passing bus drivers as a signal she was safe.

She faced drunken louts trying to pick her up, male colleagues who questioned her ability to drive and passengers who refused to get onto her bus because she was a woman driver. But Andrews stuck it out behind the steering wheel for three years before moving up the ranks, becoming a pioneer at Edmonton Transit Services while working to bring in a stable income for her two children.”

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Sometimes I just wanna kiss your lovely face because you're just too cute and sweet and just UGH with how wonderful you are!

Stahhp im not. But I’ll will glady take your pretty lady’s lips on mine though ;)