sheenz03395:

funny girl :D

sheenz03395:

funny girl :D

choosetobeyourownhero:

FOREVER ALONE…

((I DO NOT OWN ~ VARIOUS PANDA IMAGES FOUND ONLINE))

(Source: kidatart)

(Source: welaughmeme)

Sometimes I think I look pretty and then I look in the mirror and I’m like

Old maid

slangterms:

  • Old Maid [mid 19c+] - a kernel of popcorn which failed to pop

reference to an “old maid” - a woman “left behind”

image

source:

Green, Jonathon. Casell’s Dictionary of Slang - 2nd Edition. Weidenfeld & Nicholson. 2005

(Source: spinstersish)

louhys:

You haven’t lived if you haven’t watched this movie<3 

louhys:

You haven’t lived if you haven’t watched this movie<3 

atomic-flash:

Jolly Juggler from Old Maid card deck.

atomic-flash:

Jolly Juggler from Old Maid card deck.

cylonapplepie:

there’s a moment in life of every spinster…

cylonapplepie:

there’s a moment in life of every spinster…

25fortheroad:

So Sad but prob true… I live with 2 cats already

25fortheroad:

So Sad but prob true… I live with 2 cats already

nitratediva:

The world’s first Valentine’s Day-themed film, George Albert Smith’s "The Old Maid’s Valentine" (1900), demonstrates that the gut-wrenching sadness and loneliness of the holiday are nothing new. In the one-minute film, Miss Pimple, what was once quaintly called a spinster, who lives alone with her cat, receives a letter on February 14th. She braces herself for romance, only to find that the valentine is a mocking card, bearing the greeting, “Just like mama!” Needless to say, her feelings are hurt.

But wait! Before you get really depressed, you should know that Laura Bayley, the gifted comic actress who plays Miss Pimple, was, in fact, the director’s wife. So, the moral of the story is twofold. First, don’t send mean fake valentines, because that’s just cruel. And more important, everybody loves somebody sometime.

Bette Davis in "The Old Maid" (1939)

(Source: missmarlenedietrich)

weirdvintage:

Animal tea party, 1903-1910 (since there is a teddy bear present, a hot fad that debuted in 1903, it couldn’t have been earlier) (via)

weirdvintage:

Animal tea party, 1903-1910 (since there is a teddy bear present, a hot fad that debuted in 1903, it couldn’t have been earlier) (via)

(via smartgirlsattheparty)