huddy*

  • Them:What's House about?
  • Me (Out loud):It's about a doctor who diagnoses patients with diseases when nobody else can.
  • Me (In my head):It's about PAIN and STARTING OVER and WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A GOOD PERSON and FRIENDSHIP and THE INEVITABLY OF DEATH and SEX and SECOND CHANCES and PUSHING YOURSELF TO TRY HARDER and THAT EVERYBODY IS WORTHY OF LOVE NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE OR WHERE YOU COME FROM and IF YOU'RE GOOD AT SNAPPY COMEBACKS YOU WILL GO FAR IN LIFE
A Get To Know Me Thing

A “Get to Know Me” Thing
RULES: Add answers to the questions below and tag 5 people
TAGGED BY: pizza-alchemist
NAME: Shan the holy one
BIRTHDAY: May 27
GENDER: Female
SEXUALITY: Heteroflexible I’m straight but shit happens okay
FAVORITE COLOR: Purples, reds, and black
CURRENT DATE AND TIME: 3:26 PM, Thursday January 22 2015
LAST THING I GOOGLED: SCP-049 Because my biology teacher actually wanted to know I’m not kidding
HOW MANY BLANKETS I SLEEP UNDER: Not enough
LUCKY NUMBER: 27
FIRST WORD THAT COMES TO MIND: Enunciate
CURRENT OBSESSIONS: Tokyo Ghoul. All of it. Dexter, Masterchef Junior, The Kingkiller Chronicles, my Wacom tablet, Markiplier I’m forgetting shit probably
AVERAGE SLEEP: 8-9 hours when I’m not being a little shit
OTPs: Prepare yourself: KvoDenna, Huddy, TouKen, SasuSaku, NaruHina, literally every canon pairing involving Rick Riordan and his books, I fucking ship myself with Grimmjow sue me, RoyAi, SouMaka, RinHaru, EdWin and a lot more but this will take forever
LAST THING SAID TO MY PARENTS: “Okay”
PLACE THAT MAKES YOU HAPPY AND WHY: My biology class room. That room became my home this last semester. My biology teacher is honestly a father figure and I have never felt more comfortable in a class than I was in biology.It was one hell of an interesting course, and I’m actually sad that its over, but I’m going to visit my teacher whenever I can because he is wonderful and he deserves it. He’s literally the best please ask me questions I have funny stories to tell.
LAST MOVIE WATCHED: Lucy
3 THINGS I CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT:
 My brother, my creativity (writing/drawing), my early university admission fuck yeah the mitochondria probably I want to list more I hate this
SOMETHING I PLAN ON LEARNING: How to read microexpressions like a pro thanks future psych career
PIECE OF ADVICE FOR YOUR FOLLOWERS: Kaneki Ken did nothing wrong also please talk to me I love you all I would like to be friends with everybody
TAGGY THINGY: I tag katsuradaaaaa, hypermoyashi, nachtkniver, rhythmstep, ozrh, animentary, and hypraventilate I probably left people out I’m sorry I’m forgetful as fuck

And with this House MD rewatch comes to a successful end

Thank you Gregory House for reminding me yet again why I fell in love with Television industry, thank you House and Cuddy aka Huddy for re teaching me why shipping is so important.. Thank you David Shore for encouraging me a budding and aspirant director to set myself a target that I plan to reach some day with my work..

Loads of memories .. Re-living them was fun … And wow… I’m now gonna miss it as much as I did the first time it had ended !!

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Silver City Bound (LIVE)- Leadbelly

Leadbelly talks about his friendship with Blind Lemon Jefferson in commentary and lyrics!!!

Damnnn dat last gif, you know the last moment point of view…Lisbon going full cuddles, the way she moves and by her looks before when she lures Jane and dat imagine…damnnn Lisbon wants the D…atta girl

  That great American blues/folk artist Huddie “Lead Belly” Ledbetter was born on January 20, 1888 (or 1889), making today the 127th (or 126th) anniversary of his birth. He’s known today for popularizing songs like “Goodnight Irene,” “Midnight Special,” and “Where Did You Sleep Last Night” as American folk and, eventually, rock ‘n’ roll standards, but in his day, Lead Belly was widely renowned for having been in jail. A lot. Thrice, in fact—once on a weapons charge, once for killing a man, and a third time for trying to kill a man. Remarkably, Lead Belly literally sang his way out of prison! His second stint was cut short by a pardon issued after Lead Belly wrote a song honoring the then-Governor of Texas Pat Morris Neff, and he repeated the stunt during his third hitch, in Louisiana (though as he may have been eligible for a good-behavior release anyway, it’s disputed whether it was really the song that did the job). It was while he was serving that third sentence that Lead Belly was recorded in performance by the famous father-son team of folklorists John and Alan Lomax, which of course is how we know him today. From…