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I hate it when you’re not around, and the fact that you didn’t call. But mostly I hate the way I don’t hate you. Not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all.

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

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Grease, 1978

Grease, 1978

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Are you telling me I’m not a pretty guy?

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Peachy keen, jellybean.

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Clueless (1995)

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How to Make a Burn Book 😘

1:30 Mar 27th, 2014 | 16 notes


First and foremost, This book is just for looks! I advise that you don’t actually use this to write hurtful things about other people. It’s just not worth it.

Some of the things you will need:
A brush, glue stick, scissors, red lipstick, nail file, decoupage glue. (or mod podge glue will work) & you will also need a pink smash book. (you can get the one without the polkadots…this is just what I had.)

Next You Will Need Black, White, & Pink Cardstock paper.
The pink will be the background color, and the black and white will be for the Burn Book Letters.

So go ahead and cut the little squares out, and glue them on the pink paper so they look a little something like this.

For the Lipstick mark all I did was get my red lipstick, and leave a kiss mark, then cut it out and glued it down.

Now to write the letters, I used a black Sharpie & a white, opaque Recollections pen. With the white pen, I had to go over the letters a few times to make it truly opaque.

Next, just take a fine tip sharpie and draw the doodles all over the book.

Now just put a layer of decou glue down, and put the finished “cover” paper down. Once your done smoothing it out, put a little bit of glue on and smooth down the edges all around the book.

Now if you have any left over paper around the edges, file it down and make sure to file one way. (don’t go up and down)

Anddd you’re ALL DONE! :) You now have a pretty little burn book.


Hope you enjoyed this!


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When deciding how to imitate the exasperated voice of a grown man, Alan Ruck thought of Gene Saks, the famed Broadway director who directed him and Broderick in Biloxi Blues. “He’s a great guy,” says Ruck of Saks, “and would just get so flabbergasted with us, we would be afraid that he was going to have a stroke. As soon as our scolding was over, Broderick would immediately do an imitation of him, because Broderick had worked with him before. So when I did [Sloane’s dad’s] voice, I did it pretty much just to see the look on Broderick’s face.” You can catch Broderick trying to suppress a laugh in the scene where Ruck imitates “Mr. Petetson.”

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