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 Clark Gable
Gone with the Wind - 1939

 Clark Gable

Gone with the Wind - 1939

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“There’s one thing I believe, is that I don’t know anything and anything could happen.”

“There’s one thing I believe, is that I don’t know anything and anything could happen.”

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Find the truth whatever it takes

Find the truth whatever it takes

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Make you fall in love with me!

Make you fall in love with me!

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miscellaneousofmine:

theraggedyconsultingdetective:

the-stranded-fashionista:

preservingsanity:

i have officially lost it. 

i know why a raven is like a writing desk.

edgar allen poe wrote on both.  

Nigh on twenty years knowing about this riddle, and IT NEVER OCCURRED TO ME THIS MIGHT BE THE ANSWER.

Surprisingly, it is quiet possible!

The Raven by Allan Poe was published in January 1845 and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was published in a whatever month of 1865 by Lewis Carroll. There’s 20 years of difference between Poe and Carroll. But even if it is the right answer, once Lewis said that he “never intended for there to be any real answer to the question” could it be possible that he were guided to it unconsciously? Mistery… 

OMG! It makes totally sense!!!

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"I don’t care who you are, where you’re from, what you did, as long as you love me."

As Long As You Love Me

by Backstreet Boys

"Ma babe, my heart is crying for being now so far from yours. I fear this to be our first and only meet in this life together. The future is so uncertain and this world so wide for lovers like us. Tell me you believe. Tell me you believe we can be together, that we’ll stay in love forever. For sure, I know, I’ll cry my heart out until the next time."

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Nana B.

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Mallorca

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