I feel like the only person that’s actually in a good mood at work these days.

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In hard-to-find footage, the comic powerhouse Phil Hartman is supported by the Saturday Night Live Family singers, as they sing an altered version of “So Long, Farewell” from The Sound of Music. Cast members perform as their recurring characters, until only Chris Farley is left as motivational speaker Matt Foley. Farley falls asleep onstage, nuzzled tightly into Hartman’s shoulder. The spotlight tightens around the two, Hartman’s voice cracking with emotion as he sings his final goodbyes, the camera eventually fading away into the distance [x] | May 14, 1994

Do you ever see Phil Hartman on TV and get sad?

Pumpkin pie is pretty gross.

vintagegal:

Bettie Page photographed by Harold Lloyd, 1955

vintagegal:

Bettie Page photographed by Harold Lloyd, 1955

I have to remind myself everyday that I get uncomfortable when I can tell an employee really doesn’t want to be there. I almost hate to bother them, even though it’s their job. I don’t want to be that associate. 

Somehow I have managed to stay positive at work. I try to act cheerful with every customer I help despite only running on a few hours of sleep and being stressed because of how busy it is. The season is an awful time to be in retail and it has basically started with all of this homecoming crap. Crossing my fingers I can stay this way during the next couple of months.

aquintessenceofdust:

"Take a look at what I’m wearing, people. You think anybody wants a roundhouse kick to the face while I’m wearing these bad boys? Forget about it." Rex

aquintessenceofdust:

"Take a look at what I’m wearing, people. You think anybody wants a roundhouse kick to the face while I’m wearing these bad boys? Forget about it." Rex

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Jax Teller ▶ Sons of Anarchy 7x02

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Two Weeks | Grizzly Bear

Just like yesterday
I told you I would stay