Tom Hardy and ‘Rocco’ the dog at “The Drop” New York Premiere at Sunshine Cinema on September 8, 2014 in New York City.
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Malaysian artist Lim Zhi Wei adorns her watercolors entitled “ Flowergirls” with real flowers, to a stunning effect.
When this little chimp was abandoned by his mother his future looked grim. But thanks to the unlikely intervention of a huge bull mastiff and her adorable litter of four puppies, his life was soon a lot happier. The chimpanzee was born at a Russian zoo and was taken home by one of the staff after it became clear he had not bonded with his mother. By chance, her 100lb bull mastiff had just given birth and the dog was soon treating the new addition as one of the family.
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“She seemed to have a line drawn about her, as only children have. Whatever she did, she stood out." -Anita Loos
In the 85 years since Audrey Hepburn’s birth, and the subsequent 60 years since she dazzled the world in her major film debut, she continues to enchant. Billy Wilder said she was the “original, and there are no more examples, and there never will be.” Audrey cannot be duplicated. Her hair and her fashion style can be imitated, but she as an infinitely warm, magical human being, was truly rare. Though she has been derided as twee, cliche, and overrated, reduced to the Holly Golighly poster staring hollowly from the dorm room walls of countless college girls, those of us truly inspired and awed by her know she’ll always be so much more. She was a woman of simple tastes and desires, whether in her life or her clothing, yet out of this simplicity came elegance and a unique look and philosophy all her own. She was a woman of remarkable resiliency; raised in the rubble of World War II. She possessed extraordinary humility. It’s no secret that Audrey didn’t find herself much of a beauty or screen presence. Hers was an unconventional beauty, puzzling and exquisite all at once. And onscreen she only made the audience fall in love again and again. She worked hard, loved even harder, and became the woman we’d all to like to emulate.
Audrey will always be loved. I think she was overwhelmed by just how much.
Happy birthday to the sweetest, our dear huckleberry friend. (May 4, 1929 - January 20, 1993)
AW LOOK AT HIM HE LOOKS SO PROUD OF HIMSELF LOOK AT THAT LIL SMILE OMG I CAN JUST FEEL THE HAPPINESS THIS DOG IS BEAUTIFUL OMG
This dog is more talented than I am