© MILTON H. GREENE
It was taken in 1954 at Milton’s New York City studio shortly after Marilyn had arrived for the opening of The Seven Year Itch. Marilyn wears Ann Klein, though the dress is too small. All of the poses in this sitting amusingly deal with Marilyn’s challenge to hold up the ill-fitting tulle and satin dress. The result is an iconic series of images.
I find it amusing that Spike was afraid of the Initiative finding him, but he never considered dying his radioactive peroxide hair a less conspicuous color.
btvs appreciation week • favorite character → buffy summers
WHY IS WHO BUFFY FUCKS ANY OF XANDER’S GODDAMN BUSINESS
Maybe The First isn’t ready for modern technology. Displaying results 1 through 10 of 900,517. OK, I gotta narrow this down.
I was tagged by marshmallow-the-vampire-slayer!
1. Nickname: Masha
2. Eye color: brown
3. Hair color: light brown
4. One fact about you: I consider sarcasm my only talent
5. Favorite Color: fuchsia
6. Favorite Place: my flat
7. Favorite Celebrity: James Marsters
8. Favorite Animal: parrots. Gosh I love them
9. Favorite Song: currently Arctic Monkeys - Fireside
10. Favorite Book: A Hero of Our Time by Mikhail Lermontov
cat people: dogs are cool too
dog people: cats don’t feel love did you know a cat once MURDERED my MOTHER
bird people: amateurs. does your pet fly? psssht. Didn’t think so.
people who think buffy should have come back and set angel straight in “you’re welcome” instead of cordy….i’m sorry but buffy and angel are the biggest enablers of each other’s unhealthy lingering and brooding, like i love buffy on her own but when it comes to angel she’s way too busy feeling sorry for him or worrying about how he’s going to affect her to be objective and tell him exactly how it is.
meanwhile cordy is basically a pro at calling angel out on his bullshit. she knows him so well and loves him so much but like hell does that mean she pulls any punches or stands for him closing in on himself or wallowing in misery or making really stupid decisions. of course it would be cordy to pull him out of his funk and get him back on the right track. it could have never been anyone else.