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Steve Rogers is my fitness role model.

In other words, I too want to be injected with a magical serum that’ll give me the perfect body in mere seconds without my having to do any exercise whatsoever.

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sweetsugardreams replied to your post “Last Night’s The Fosters”

THIS POST IS SO ACCURATE I HAVE TO REPLY IN ALL CAPS <3

yayyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m so glad you agree.

My inbox is open so we can fangirl at each other more privately and in detail, but I do want to publicly state how pleased I am with these two things.

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lohannibal:

3/10 Best Commentaries || Julie & Julia

"When we did the movie, one of the things I said to the actors is that I didn’t want anyone nibbling. That this was a movie about people who were completely insane about food, and talked with their mouths full and, would never, ever, forgo a meal because something terrible happened or whatever. I just hated in movies where you just see an actor just sort of drinking water at the table. And I feel bad for them because they have eat for 12 hours, so you have to shoot the scene over and over and over. But Chris Messina really, really really, took what I said seriously." - Nora Ephron

THIS IS ACTUALLY INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!! A lot of movies freeze-dry food or do weird shit to it so that it can last the whole day on a set or so it will look good on film or so it looks the same from shot to shot, etc. This is especially true for large, multi-character scenes that take place at a meal. So, sometimes, when you see actors not eating or just sort of cutting their food or just sipping a drink — that’s because the food is literally inedible. Like… it is not safe to consume because it will cause you, at the very very least, extreme discomfort.

So it’s super cool that A) the food in that movie is actually edible!!! B) THEY GOT TO EAT IT!

Now I’m starving! And impressed!

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