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fuckyesonceuponatime:

guardianangelcaptainjones:

YSSS THANK YOU FOUND IT!!!

First 7 minutesss!! Thank you uploader!!

The First 7 minutes of 4x01. Beware of spoilers. ;)

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chibird:

"Don’t let small minds convince you that your dreams are too big." -Unknown
You have the power to reach for and accomplish whatever great goals you want. Don’t let anything stop you from dreaming big.

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hellyeahmcelliot:

Okay we want to know how you got started on last tango. How and when?

For example
sha:I actually got started on the show late after S1 had aired and watched up until like 2x03 which I had to wait for the live upload and finished S2 with everyone in real time on that lovely Christmas Eve.

Me: I came a across it January 2013 so I didn’t properly watch until s2 while searching sarah lancashire on YouTube .

What about everyone else. Was it the get go?

I knew it was coming as they’d been filming in my hometown of Skipton (the car chase scene from episode 1 was filmed on the road I take to visit/pick up my Grandma from the home she lives in) so they’d done a preview/feature before it aired.

Have also been a long time fan of Sally Wainwright (since At Home With The Braithwaites), Nicola Walker (Spooks), and Sarah Lancashire (loved Corrie back in the day and All The Small Things was fab and totally underrated IMHO)

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  • Question: What is the Bake Off? - Anonymous
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    yotoob:

    What ISN’T the Bake Off?

    The Bake Off is hopes and dreams, triumphs and disasters. It is one contestant’s struggle against the proving drawer, the soggy bottom, the piping bag. It is scones, victory snatched from the jaws of defeat, and the inadvisable use of lavender. It is birth, death, and every joy and sorrow in between. It is a brass band score, a sunny afternoon, a smear of flour on a fevered brow. It is the satisfying crunch of successful puff pastry, the forgiveness in Mary Berry’s eyes, the unanswerable question of how a cake can be ‘too cakey’. It is baking techniques that no one has heard of, it is the humble loaf raised to the most glorious standard. It is gallows humour in the face of the impossible, it is astonished incredulity in the face of the improbable.

    It is everything.

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smishpixie:

There’s only one F’in Ofsted,

But that’s quite enough for us.

If there’s no F’in lesson plan,

There’s one hell of an F’in fuss.

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hannahorvath:

IS THERE ANYTHING THAT ALLISON JANNEY CAN’T DO???

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sarahlancashire2:

🙊

Anyone got any gossip/guesses?  

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Congratulations to Sarah Lancashire on winning the TV Choice Award for Best Actress for her performance as Catherine Cawood in Happy Valley!

And if you haven’t watched it yet, Happy Valley is now available on Netflix!

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seattletostorybrooke:

Sorry about the quality but it’s totally worth it!

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rollercoastersrock:

Big One
Pleasure Beach

Went on this yesterday and couldn’t swear as I was sat next to a Year 11! Glad I did it, but not in a rush to go back on it any time soon! ;)

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idanceitarotiart:

tastefullyoffensive:

Food Geometry [mrlovenstein]

There is penultimate truth in this imagery.

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nervouspearl:

The Great British Bake Off: a summary

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fourteen-thirty-two:

Lucky so-and-so

I enjoy this photo for so many reasons… Awkward thumbs, amused Nicola… It’s just brilliant!

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maryberrybitchface:

A moment of silence for the baked alaska that never was

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Why ‘Happy Valley’s’ Catherine Cawood Is The Ultimate Feminist Role Model | Decider

dixie84:

A brilliant article on Sarah Lancashire’s performance, the character of Catherine Cawood, and how great “Happy Valley” is 😀 #MustRead

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