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guys, while we’re talking about ts6′s tour…. I just want to say… I’ve been to a handful of concerts in my time. not a single one I didn’t enjoy. every concert has its own brand of specialness to it that no other concert recreates - even on the same tour. every tour has its own brand of specialness that no other tour ever recreates - even by the same artist. every artist has their own brand of specialness that no other artist recreates. 

but there’s something about a taylor swift show that feels like a very special gift. i don’t know how to explain or describe it and i don’t know what it is… but there is something about it… maybe its how present she is on stage. maybe its her stage personality which is so conversational but Special… maybe its the production.. maybe it’s all of it… I don’t know… but there is something about a taylor swift show that feels like a gift that is so special and particular that i’ve never felt even half of at another show. 

anonymous asked:

Hi Ridia-San~ Do you know the story about "The Happy Prince"? I just have a weird imagination about Munakata and Fushimi in this paro. Munakata is the prince and Fushimi is the swallow. This is really a very sad story, but I just think there roles fit them perfectly. What do you think?

Fushimi would be way less into bringing the poor people of the city all of the prince’s riches, he’d be more like “let them starve I’m going home.” So say Fushimi is a small and very grumpy bird who was left behind when all the other birds flew to Egypt for the winter. Fushimi hates the cold so he plans on leaving soon too, he just didn’t want to go with all those other shitty birds who keep trying to talk to him, and anyway this also meant his jerk dad Niki flew away too instead of sticking around to taunt him, Niki’s always trying to make Fushimi fall out of the air or eating his food or trying to get him to land in a trash heap. Fushimi starts off for Egypt but he tires out quickly due to barely eating and staying up all night the day before, he ends up landing right near a statue known as The Sparkling King. Fushimi curls up on the Sparkling King’s head when he suddenly hears an ‘oya?’ and nearly has a tiny birdy heart attack because he doesn’t recall statues being able to talk.

So as it happens the Sparkling King was named as such because he always sparkled from happiness due to living in his palace where he was unaware of all the suffering of the people outside. Now that he can see the sadness of all the poor and downtrodden in the city he would like some help in easing their suffering, and he asks Fushimi to take the ruby from the hilt of his sword and give it to a suffering mother who can’t afford to help her sick child. Fushimi doesn’t see why the fuck he should have to help with that but the King sparkles so much Fushimi feels blinded and ends up taking the stupid ruby just so the King will cut it out already. The Sparkling King is very pleased with Fushimi’s good deed and requests he stay the night so that the King has someone to talk to. It’s late by now and Fushimi can’t really see so he agrees and falls asleep on the King’s shoulder.

The next day the King has Fushimi bring the sapphires of his eyes to two other poor people, Fushimi’s like if I do that you’ll be blind, idiot. The King just laughs and says actually he already is pretty blind, they forgot to give his statue glasses and without those he can’t see a thing. Fushimi clicks his birdy tongue and is like then how could you see all that suffering, the King says that he could hear it and sense it, for such is the power of a King. Fushimi is possibly a little impressed but not admitting it, and he takes the sapphires away. The next day the King decides there are many more people to help out, so he asks Fushimi to take all the gold leaf he is covered in and spread it to the town. Fushimi’s really pissed about this because he doesn’t see why the King should help the town, it’s full of people who are stupid and wicked and not worth giving himself up to save. The King just smiles and says that is the job of a King, to watch over his people and create the world he wishes to see. Fushimi’s cold black heart is moved and he spreads the gold leaf around before landing exhausted on the King’s shoulders. The King praises him, telling him what a good bird he’s been and how talented he is, and Fushimi feels a little warm even though it’s gotten so cold.

So then the sad part, it gets too cold and poor birdy Fushimi dies which breaks the King’s heart. The townspeople meanwhile decide that since the statue of the King has gotten dull and gray they should melt it down and everything melts except the King’s broken heart. But then this magic rock sees the bond between the King and the bird and grants them great powers, reincarnating them as a human King and his grumpy but loyal vassal and together they shape the world to what the Sparkling King believes it should be, this time well aware of all the lives he holds in his hands.

I forgot how much I hate the Collector ship mission

things i really hate about summer: my hands get all sweaty thus my phone gets all sticky and i die inside

um this is Jenna Goranski singing the Squip Song? if that’s alright?


@birbstille im tagging u because ur jennas mod

cover of: Be More Chill  ‘the Squip Song’

ehehe im so sorry this is isn’t the best eh

I couldn’t scream “it’s from Japan” because it would’ve destroyed the audio so sorry!!

just in case here’s the link if it doesn’t load

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i want to make a list of movies/books/etc where a major plot point is “mom helps daughter kill a man who hurt her, or at the very least helps her hide the body” but in general that is never what the actual plot is about, so it’s huge spoilers, which is ACTUALLY KINDA WEIRD now that i am thinking about it. with dad movies it’s the whole plot of the things, SOMEONE HURT HIS DAUGHTER AND NOW THEY’RE GONNA PAY

but i read a book once that was entirely about a girl going back to her hometown after twenty years and trying to reconcile with her mother after The Incident. then they finally reveal 80% of the way through the book that The Incident was that protag thought she’d killed her date rapist and had been scared to come back because she’d somehow made it twenty years without consequences, but actually she’d only seriously injured her date rapist. protag’s mom had found the guy while looking for her wayward daughter, realized what happened, and ran him over with her truck and buried the body under her garden. she never said anything because of Mom Code.

there was no indication at any point prior to this that this was a book about a murder. it was a heartwarming coming-of-age story about a woman entering her middle years learning to better understand her mother. that just happened to include covering up a murder. protag thought her mom was just an obsessive gardener.