Anonymous: Hey love ! To you, what was the saddest thing in The Misfits ?
All the lines that remind me of Marilyn so paraphrasing;
No thanks I always like to feel like I’m on my own.
Never had anybody much.
How can you touch someone who’s never there?
If I’m going to be alone I want to be by myself.
Dear girl stop think you can fix everything
I don’t know what is do but if I did I’d do it
You look like the saddest girl I ever met
That’s strange I’m usually told how happy I am
I can’t bear to see anything killed gay
People dying don’t you care
You were hurt hasn’t anyone ever cried for you?
So basically the whole film is heartbreakingly beautiful.
Anonymous: i don't know how someone can think Marilyn was annoying in Bus Stop. I thought the accent was so cute. The cowboy was quite on the annoying side. but overall i LOVED it! (:
I don’t know why everyone slates Don Murray so much, his character is meant to be exactly the way he plays him and I think he does a great job :]
Anonymous: I know this might be an unpopular opinion, but Marilyn really annoyed me in Bus Stop. What's with her goofy accent? I live in the US, in the south, and people don't talk like that...
Anonymous: i would offer my penis but sadly i am a gay
Well if you ever fancy a change I’m sure Makayla would appreciate it
Anonymous: WHY OMG
She wants to focus on her life more and she’s getting married in a month so :(
Anonymous: Bus Stop is one of the best films in her filmography, I don't care what anyone says. Marilyn was perfect in it. It's a journey of heart and soul, with two people learning a lot from each other. What's not to like?
I love you!
Anonymous: I may have missed something, but I was wondering whether you knew where ourmarilynmonroe went? The url still works but no posts?!
she deleted her blog honey :[
Marilyn by Bert Stern in June 1962.
Anonymous: im sure you have already seen the most lovely video ever, otherwise, search for lana del rey afraid marilyn monroe on youtube and look at the first video
Yes! Thank you for sharing :]
Oh and I forgot to add she would prefer a penis
she’s a bit bored of hands but a hot girl won’t go amiss either so yeah.
Marilyn Monroe photographed by John Vachon, 1953.
Marilyn by John Florea, 1954.
Marilyn Monroe photographed by George Barris, 1962.
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Jack Cardiff, 1956.
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Richard Avedon, 1957.