Come on baby let the good times roll!
1 January 2012 @ 11:43 PM
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1 January 2012 @ 11:43 PM
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31 December 2011 @ 12:22 AM

When fast food began…

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31 December 2011 @ 12:07 AM
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30 December 2011 @ 11:55 PM
51vc:

1957 Orange Kitchen! by American Vintage Home on Flickr.
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30 December 2011 @ 11:53 PM
51vc:

1954 Dining Area by American Vintage Home on Flickr.
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30 December 2011 @ 11:52 PM
51vc:

1957 Birch & Turquoise Kitchen by American Vintage Home on Flickr.
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30 December 2011 @ 11:50 PM
starrystillness:

Marlon Brando with Cat by Murray Garrett c. 1955.

starrystillness:

Marlon Brando with Cat by Murray Garrett c. 1955.

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30 December 2011 @ 11:48 PM
normajeanemonroe:

ABCs of Marilyn Monroe

→ L: Love and loneliness.

Marilyn was a complex woman who was lonely quite a lot in life. Her turbulent childhood, failed marriages and fame left her feeling isolated from the world for a lot of her life. That being said, Marilyn was also a very loving person who cared dearly for friends, children and animals. Sometimes she cared too much and pushed those who took her under their wing away - leaving her lonely again. Her complicated life story made her feel misunderstood by a lot of people and she frequently wrote poems and small passages discussing these topics - which seems so very intertwined throughout her life.

normajeanemonroe:

ABCs of Marilyn Monroe

L: Love and loneliness.

Marilyn was a complex woman who was lonely quite a lot in life. Her turbulent childhood, failed marriages and fame left her feeling isolated from the world for a lot of her life. That being said, Marilyn was also a very loving person who cared dearly for friends, children and animals. Sometimes she cared too much and pushed those who took her under their wing away - leaving her lonely again. Her complicated life story made her feel misunderstood by a lot of people and she frequently wrote poems and small passages discussing these topics - which seems so very intertwined throughout her life.

2 years ago via normajeanemonroe (originally normajeanemonroe)