They say war’s not the answer. But sometimes it’s a battle just to...– Gossip Girl
Despite what happened today, I can’t beat you. In order to beat you,...– Jenny Humphrey
I love to watch you squirm
Chuck: Looking to paint the town red?
Blair: I don't know what you've heard, but it isn't your concern. Unless... It is. You've been behind this the whole time, haven't you? You got Jenny the interview with Tim Gunn, and you made sure that your friend-with-no-benefits stopped by the empire just to defy me.
C: I told you I wouldn't rest until you were destroyed. Inviting your old sparring partner back was just my way of avoiding doing all the dirty work myself. Jenny always had a talent for making your life a living hell.
B: You've gone too far. Bringing Jenny back puts both of our reputations at risk.
C: I love to watch you squirm. The pleasure I get from witnessing your shame is considerable.
Yours is not to wonder why. Yours is to do or die.– Blair Waldorf
I half suspect once we get to 75% of that level, which is quite good, you think...– Tharman Shanmugaratnam
Take me out tonight Where there’s music and...
Human After All.
jeremyfall: We tend to see ourselves as completely invincible and believe we can overcome any challenge that comes our way. Although independence is an extremely important quality to have, it’s equally important to step back once in a while and fully evaluate the weight of a situation and the impact it can have on your sanity. The truth is we hate having to go to others for help because it...
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Why I don’t care about success →
“Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.” —Albert Einstein A lot of people in my field write about how to be successful, but I try to avoid it. It’s just not something I believe is important. Now, that might seem weird: what kind of loser doesn’t want to be successful? Me. I’m that loser. Obviously, the first problem with success is how you...
Tommy Ton's Street Style: The Men of Milan →
Our pavement-pounding correspondent scours Women’s Fashion Week for the city’s best-dressed guys.
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The clothes that are catching the eyes of our editors in Milan and Paris.
I thought I could start over, but it turns out college is just high school with...– Serena van der Woodsen
Fear of Happiness.
jeremyfall: I’ve always been fascinated by how we deal with fear in life. Every single person in this world is afraid of something, and we’re constantly fighting a battle to overcome it. Whether it be about losing your close ones, a fear of the future, fighting feelings for someone you love or not knowing how to deal with life, the battle in itself is always the same. We tend to make things...
Tommy Ton's Street Style: London →
Our pavement-pounding correspondent shoots the style moves of London Fashion Week’s men about town.
I believe in God, but not as one thing, not as an old man in the sky. I believe...– John Lennon
Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we’re...– John Lennon
I have precious memories of our 63 years together. Without her, I would be a...– “The Last Farewell To My Wife”, Lee Kuan Yew
Problems are inevitable. Misery is a choice.– Ann Landers (via thresca)
Not, uh, "Out of Service."
Eric: Still nothing.
Serena: Good. I forgot how exciting the first day of school can be... A new fall wardrobe, fresh slate. The fact that Gossip Girl isn't around to stir up trouble only makes it that much more perfect.
E: Or she could be planning something big for your first day. After all, the site says "under construction," not, uh, "out of service."
Respect and understand the power of Gossip Girl
Blair: I don't understand. How can "Gossip Girl" be down my first day at Columbia?
Dorota: Maybe Gossip Girl get kidnapped? Unstable ex-boyfriend lock Internet tattletale in basement...
B: Dorota! What did I tell you? No more watching "Law & Order: SVU" while you're breast-feeding. No, unlike those plebeians at N.Y.U., the students at Columbia actually respect and understand the power of Gossip Girl. But how is my first day supposed to matter if Gossip Girl isn't around to tell people it does?