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SOULMATE:

Line breaks: soul|mate

Pronounciation: /ˈsəʊlmeɪt
  • A person who strongly resembles another in attitudes or beliefs
  • A person ideally suited to another as a close friend or romantic partner.
eblunts:

#emily’s looking at him like he’s a fucking prize though #and he’s just like ha nobody here is as hot as my wife stop trying

bluntinski:

Huge congratulations to John Krasinski and Emily Blunt on the birth of their daughter, Hazel. (16/02/14

isla-fisher:

How do you hope to spend your 20th anniversary on Oct. 3?

The President: Well, I don’t think we can get too wild because our 20th anniversary is a month before the election.
Mrs. Obama: Do you want me to dream? Okay. I’d want to retrace our honeymoon.  We started in San Francisco and spent a week driving through some of the prettiest-
The President: Napa and Big Sur and Carmel-
Mrs. Obama: We would stop, go to a nice dinner.  I really loved that trip.

And reality check: Since California’s not a swing state, what do you think you’re really going to get?

The President: We will get dinner.
Mrs. Obama: That would be heaven. If we’re in the same place. Hear that, schedulers, Oct. 3!

I’ve changed so much as a person since I’ve met Ellen. I used to think that the way to be strong was to be tough. I used to think that to be independent was to not need anyone. She’s taught me that the more vulnerable you are, and the softer you are, and the more you allow people into your life, and into your heart, the happier you are, and the more valuable you are to other people. Ellen has completely changed the way I look at life. She’s made me not worry about what other people think. I mean I’m still working on that, I have to be honest. But she’s taught me that who I am is perfectly good enough, and that I don’t have to pretend to be anything other than who I am. And that’s been the most incredible gift that she’s given me, that anyone could give to anybody that they love.”

“I think the way they were brought into this world was very unique and weirdly scientific, and the technology involved in it, I think, is remarkable. But it came because we really, really wanted kids. Like we really had thought it through financially, emotionally, relationship-wise. Like we didn’t just accidentally get pregnant and decide that now we need to make this work. These kids came into our world with nothing but love.”