Map-reading pug in #spitalfieldsmarket - no doubt surveying the empire he’s soon to conquer. #pug #dog #cute #antiquemaps (at Old Spitalfields Market)
R.I.P. Cary Grant
Born Archibald Alexander Leach
January 18, 1904 - November 29, 1986
"Cary was magical. He was touched by the gods in the sense that he was different from everyone else. When he walked into a room, you had to look at him. Men liked him as well as women, and that’s incredibly rare. Men found him nonthreatening. If a woman said, ‘I’m in love with Cary Grant,’ most men couldn’t blame her."
"Most celebrities are concerned with how they look and how people react to them. Cary reacted to other people. His success never went to his head. There are people who would walk into a room and say, ‘Here I am.’ Cary walked in and said, ‘There you are.’"
-Abigail Van Buren
"I remember his laughter. We always laughed a lot when we were together… He was like a great warm fireplace. He warmed you and made you feel super. He was what one would hope a movie star would be like."
"Dad used the expression ‘good stuff’ to declare happiness or, as one of his friends put it, he said it when pleased with the nature of things. He said it a lot. He had a happy way of life. His life was ‘good stuff.’"
**ॐ Neverland ॐ **
Illegal alcohol being poured out during Prohibition. Detroit, ca.1929.
Can someone explain to me again how they ever expected banning alcohol to work out…. xD
mugshots from the 1920’s
What if you went to this place at night and somewhere amongst the sea of red boxes a telephone started to ring?
Pick it up. It’s for you.
And on the other line : “Are you my mummy?”
As you drop the phone in horror, you start running, and running.
And then you see it. Standing starkly against the rusted red phone boxes there is a single blue box.
… because everything is Doctor Who and (almost) nothing hurts.
The Red Phone box graveyard
Those windows should be boarded up.
And the lights should be off
They wont make it
Death dances. From The Haunted House (1929).