I’m just looking for a pen pal that i can talk to about anything. I love to learn, no matter the subject, so I’m all ears all the time. Some of my favorite interests though are photography, interior design, baking, music, poetry/writing, and art. I enjoy the little things and I get excited easily, so I need someone that will share that with me and let me get to know them as well.
Preferences: I prefer someone close to my age, so around 16-20ish.
dancing libra/olivia because of reasons (i absolutely love dancing couples ;____; ONE OF MY MANY WEAKNESSES)
and i’d like to thank you all for the +400 follows ;___; i got like the ¾ of my followers during this summer so it really means a lot to me!! thank you for all the support you’ve unconsciously given me (❁´▽`❁)
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this blog is wonderful and i love it but also. May I ask u to consider Spock being super into Earth Pop Party Music bc i literally? Can't? Stop thinking about him listening to Cheap Thrills by Sia???? Help???????
Spock doesn’t enjoy earth pop party music. But he does listen to it as a study. Chekov introduced him to it and he was curious as to why everyone seemed to find it so enjoyable and energizing. For the past week he’s spent all his off time listening to different groups play this style of music. For research, obviously. as a vulcan he can’t enjoy things, he can merely observe. Cheap Thrills is just a very good example of this music. It’s catchy. NOT TO HIM OF COURSE. But to others. Sometimes he’ll sing it to himself while he’s doing science stuff. To-to remember… what it sounds like. haha it’s a study… Need to be thinking about that stuff. Gotta tap that foot along to the beat, you know, for research. yeah. science and stuff…
Mamaboy (This will have no links. If there is not a review the fucking porn blogs took it again report them.)
I see you judging me.
A friend saw this and we planned to watch it to have a bad movie night. Jokes on us we both cried, loved the music, and became crazy supportive of our hero, Kelly.
Summary: A baseball player (Kelly) and the preaches daughter (Lisa) are going to be graduating this year, problem? Lisa has gotten pregnant. At no point does Kelly try to leave her, and they vow to make it work. Kelly’s mad scientist uncle (this is integrated so much better in the movie I swear) finds a way to allow the male body to carry a child to term. To save Lisa’s reputation and relationship with her family, Kelly decides to carry their child. When Lisa decides she’d rather mock Kelly for his weight gain and poor performance on the school baseball team, Kelly’s friend Ditto steps in to teach Kelly about how to give birth, through parenting books, baby dolls, incredible support and relentless optimism. Kelly’s dad remains a stable accepting influence, and Kelly grows to love the baby that’s more or less made his life hell in some of the most emotional scenes I’ve ever seen.
The Soundtrack is A++ I’ll listen to it forever. Check out John Flanagan and Matthew McKay if you don’t believe me.
There is no obligatory female help. There is a cross-dressing scene not played for laughs.
Kelly and Ditto think women have been lying about how hard pregnancy is, but learn very quickly, in a both humorous and touching way.
I took off a point for the three fart jokes.
The romance is there, and unsatisfactory, but for how great the movie was anyway, I’ll let it slide.
It takes a weird religious turn at the end, with a lot of God talk. However, while the church is shown in a negative light for a time, Kelly’s family is a prime example of Christianity done right, and are accepting, kind, and 100% in their kids corner. Except the little brother. He’s interesting.
All in all. Go watch this. Now. Stick through the goofy comedy and you find a really cool gen waiting underneath. This has a 4.7 star rating, and I’m not sure how.
TUMBLR WAS REFUSING TO UPLOAD THIS LIKE 100 TIMES UGH FINALLY IT’S UP AFTER SUCH A LONG WAIT. As requested by @leons-feline-goddess, here’s Enchanted In The Moonlight’s main theme. NOT the sad piano version that’s all over Youtube, but the original ROCK(-ish?) version you hear on the main screeen. I’ve always wanted to play this but I didn’t have the time to fully master it until recently. ;;
Now that I’ve finally caught back up on my sleep and can be a little more productive, I thought I’d draw my tsun baby today since I really miss her. iT FEELS LIKE I HAVEN’T DRAWN HER IN FOREVER a travesty it is, really 。：゜(；´∩｀；)゜：。
It’s really refreshing drawing her again though, especially since her design and everything still comes so naturally to me (*´∀`*) and I’m super happy with how this came out! It was pretty interesting too since I had to pull out one of my older Severa pictures to grab her palette and saw how much I’ve improved with her in like a year and a half oaiherg IT WAS P. COOL TBH
Always and Never (Coheed and Cambria) // Dreaming (Bruno Coulais) // Deep in the Woods (Nox Arcana) // The Stars Drop Away (Ben Babbitt) // Strawberry Swing (Coldplay) // Little Fang (Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks) // July Flame (Laura Veirs) // Right Before Your Eyes (Cage the Elephant) // Violent Dreams (Crystal Castles) // Starlight (Muse) // Let Me In (The Unseen Guest) // Crystals (Of Monsters and Men) // Civilian (Wye Oak) // The Kursk (Matt Elliott) // Sunday (Moby) // Worth Wondering (Bronze Radio Return) // Changing Seasons (Sea Wolf) // Escape [Acoustic] (KONGOS) // Just Watch the Fireworks (Jimmy Eat World)