Cutting off hair in ancient Asia (Japan, china, Korea & possibly some other Asian cultures) symbolizes being banished or rejected from their home. In the more modern age that is now, cutting long hair into a short cut means to forget the past, leaving the old and starting anew.
I FELT THAT I HAD TO REBLOG THIS AGAIN BECAUSE OF KORRA’S NEW HAIRSTYLE
[on the TV show Reign] I hope women that watch it can at least take with a grain of salt the level of importance that is placed on our virginities and on our male counterparts. I would hate for any young girl to watch and be like, ‘This is the standard by which I will set my life’. I think they’ve done an incredible job of creating female characters who are really empowered by the times rather than restricted by them. Or, at least, empowered enough within the restrictions that they find themselves in.
"She done messed with the wrong witch, and she knows it, and now you know it."
I was walking around yesterday and I had sunglasses on — and I hate wearing sunglasses because I think it’s really pretentious, but it was sunny, so I wore sunglasses — and someone recognized me when I had sunglasses on! That was really scary, but I found it really cool as well, I was like, “Hey, you recognized my eyebrows! Yay!”
does coldplay still exist
yeah people coldplay as batman, loki, all sorts :)