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meagan_taylor

Axe me something.   I like: Doctor Who, Torchwood, Golden Girls, Heavy Weights, Watchmen, Futurama, X-Files, the 1950s, retro future/space age, tattoos, chubby dudes and cool stuff.
I am: an assistant editor and sound editor (professionally) and an editor (freelance). I draw comics and take photos, but not enough. I live with my boyfriend and my cat, who are both furry and cute.

I had an idea for a project. A “three people…” thing. Anyway, here’s the first one. 

I had an idea for a project. A “three people…” thing. Anyway, here’s the first one. 

— 1 year ago with 1 note
#personal  #comics  #mindy kaling  #gordon ramsay  #rue mcclanahan 

harveysface:

‘…even when all the signs are there.’

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— 1 year ago with 535 notes
#the mindy project  #mindy kaling 
Watched the pilot of this last night. It was really, really good. 

Watched the pilot of this last night. It was really, really good. 

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— 1 year ago with 149 notes
#mindy kaling  #mindy project 
"When a beautiful actress is cast in a movie, executives rack their brains to find some kind of flaw in the character she plays that will still allow her to be palatable. She can’t be overweight or not perfect-looking, because who would pay to see that? A female who is not one hundred per cent perfect-looking in every way? You might as well film a dead squid decaying on a beach somewhere for two hours. So they make her a Klutz. The hundred-per-cent-perfect-looking female is perfect in every way except that she constantly bonks her head on things. She trips and falls and spills soup on her affable date (Josh Lucas. Is that his name? I know it’s two first names. Josh George? Brad Mike? Fred Tom? Yes, it’s Fred Tom). The Klutz clangs into stop signs while riding her bike and knocks over giant displays of fine china in department stores. Despite being five feet nine and weighing a hundred and ten pounds, she is basically like a drunk buffalo who has never been a part of human society. But Fred Tom loves her anyway."

Mindy Kaling on the women who only exist in romantic comedies | Flick Chicks (via rufustfirefly)

I’m only halfway through this article and I love it already.

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— 2 years ago with 10317 notes
#mindy kaling  #sexism  #movies  #women in film