I can’t tell you how many times I’ve asked someone “so where are you from originally?”
*talking to myself as I wobble up the stairs* , you are sober and in control of the situation
Alex Puccio is by far my favorite climber. Crushing it at Rock Master.
I met this girl one time on accident in Colorado and it was real weird
Like her and her friends were practicing and I kept asking really stupid questions because I hadn’t ever bouldered at that point and then we left and my brother was like “you know they were all like, really famous climbers?”
And I was like “nah but that makes sense with the lifelong trend of me making an ass of myself in front of cool people”
If you told me two years ago that two of my best friends would be getting married and I would be having a kid with Nolan and all of us would essentially be in different stages of “shit this is real adulthood” I probably would have laughed with terror in my eyes and taken another shot of fireball, probably.
But the wedding happened and there is 100% a baby in me and it’s all wonderful and terrifying and just entirely new and I’m glad I’m growing up with these people around me and that I have the best life partner in the world.
( I would post a picture from the wedding but I literally did not take a single one)
(Also the photographers decided to take a picture right as Brendan and I had a really gay friend moment and he had his hand on my belly and we were smiling at each other so that’s probably going to be horrifying to see on the Internet)
Letter from Johnny to June.
So lovely, you can tell they adored each other to no end.
Twenty year old Olivia Bee is a self-taught photographer and director based in Brooklyn, New York. She’s shot assignments for The New York Times and VICE as well as campaigns for Hermès, in which she cast herself as one of the models. She was fifteen years old when she shot her first advertising campaign—for Converse. Her work features her friends, doing what teenagers and young adults do, but in a well-composed, beautiful way.
"[People Magazine] asked people to recreate scenes from famous movies in a photo. They asked Andy Samberg and I if we wanted to recreate a scene from a movie like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and we said that sounds great, but we’d rather do a scene from E.T. You might be like, “How could you and Andy do that; one of those is a child and one of those is an alien! Well, I feel like we nailed it.” - Seth Meyers