and her name was Ingrid Bergman. Everyone knew who she was because she was flawless.
She was an actress during the Golden Age of Hollywood. See emotion:
I know. I feel it too. Anyway, Ingrid’s birthday is today so we should celebrate!
I was tagged by this fabulously delusional girl who thinks she’s carygrantslover but he’s mine okay Name: Caitlin
Nickname: Cait, Caitie, Fuzzie, Fuzzball, and my mom hardly says my name and just calls me random nouns and the last three I remember are buckets, lettuce cup, and pumpkin noodle omfg but I hardly notice them anymore though idk
Birthday: March 9, 1997
Sexuality: Cary Grant’s chin
Time zone: Pacific
Average hours of sleep I get each night: 8
OTPs: Bogie and Bacall, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, me and Vincent Piazza
The last thing I Googled: what’s in mayonnaise (this was the second time I searched it, believe it or not)
My most used phrase(s): oh man, in other news, what the heck, stop it, wait I forgot, are you fucking serious
First word that comes to mind: butts
What I last said to a family member: yeah
How many blankets I sleep under: 1
One Favourite beverage(s): okay but why is there an s in parentheses if it says to give one… Whatever I like lemonade
The last movie I watched in the cinema: Gigi
Three things I can’t live without: tumblr, grilled cheese, my mommy
A piece of advice for all my followers: Sleep is just as important as eating and exercising, so take a nap. Go ahead. Now.
You all have to listen to these songs: Ella Fitzgerald singing Mack the Knife and nothing else because that one is the best
I’m gonna peace the hell out on this one and not tag anybody and nap instead hahah later nerds
Ava Gardner in Bhowani Junction, 1955
The stars are ageless » Ingrid Bergman
"I’ve gone from saint to whore and back to saint again, all in one lifetime."
Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart on the set of Confidential Agent (1945)
The delightful faces of William Powell
John Hughes Teen Movies c. 1980s
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Andre De Dienes, 1949
“I’d die without a sense of humor. Imagine how awful it would be if you couldn’t laugh — at yourself. I’m a peculiar person. I invariably find something funny in even the most depressing of situations. Oh, I may be down for a day or two but sooner or later I’ll find I can laugh at the [problem] that put me into such a mood.” (Deborah Kerr)
Audrey Hepburn in Paris, 1955
Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall, Nunnally Johnson & Humphrey Bogart attend the premiere of ‘How To Marry a Millionaire’ at the Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverley Hills, 4th November, 1953.