and-that-stupid-music

Shut the fuck up Erica. Turn the music louder to drown out your stupid words, sat attempts, blubbering simpering idiocy. It’s not worth listening to its not worth the air you breathe.

Noone wants to look at you. Noone. You aren’t worth a glance, a smile, a frown, or anything. You don’t exist.

You touch something and make it worse for your presence, a soda? Undrinkable. A phone? Might as well replace it, it’s ruined now.

You can’t do good, you can’t fix your mistakes. Just fade out, and stop bothering the world.

You want to kiss all kinds of different people, you want to wake up in a stranger’s bed maybe once or twice just to see if it feels good to feel nothing, you want to have a group of friends that feels like a tribe, a bonafide family. You want to go from one place to the next constantly and have your weekends feel like one long epic day. You want to dance to stupid music in your stupid room and have a nice job that doesn’t get in the way of living your life too much. You want to be less scared, less anxious, and more willing. Because if you’re closed off now, you can only imagine what you’ll be like later.
What team!?... WILDCATS!!

Fuck team Mystic! 

Wildcats for the win! 


Get your head in the game @amazingphil and @danisnotonfire !!

Me when I see people hating on FFXV for some of the most stupid reasons I’ve ever heard

i’ve always had the headcanon that jellicles can’t die, they can only ascend to the heaviside layer? which is why grizabella lived so long without help, and how old d has had so many wives.

like once they have witnessed the opening to the heaviside, they are immortal until they can find true happiness. which gives them something to do like, what are cats supposed to do with their life anyway?

also why cats leave the tribe like griz and macavity; they think they’ll never be chosen if they are forgotten and can live forever if they leave. which griz realised was a mistake only later and made an attempt to go back, while macavity is still young and likes risking his life all the time.

they can get old and frail and close to death like gus, but they can’t truly die until they go up, up, up

Why I love twenty one pilots

People really wonder why I love Twenty Øne Piløts so much. 
And all I can tell them is, they helped me stay alive. When I was at my worst, when I felt alone, when I wanted to do a stupid thing their music helped me. 
I don’t know them personally, I don’t need to, to be so devoted to a band that helps keep thousands of struggling people alive. Twenty Øne Piløts isn’t just a band. They are Hope. 
The clique isn’t just a fan base, it’s a group of thousands to millions of people who chose to stay alive, who chose to live rather then to die, who chose to listen to music then to sit in silence. 
And I am so grateful to Tyler, and to Josh, for keeping these millions of people alive with just a few minutes of songs. 
Their concerts are beyond amazing, the energy in the crowd, the relationships you create. I was crying during my concert (I’m an emotional person) and these random girls hugged me and I had never felt so welcome in my life. I had never felt so safe and so wanted until that day, the day Tyler and josh saved me again. 
Thank you Tyler, for the lyrics you sing, and the screams you scream, thank you Josh, for the awesome drumming and your gorgeous smile.
Thank you to Twenty Øne Piløts, for helping me stay alive, for helping me fight when I had no purpose anymore.
I think I speak for the entire clique when I say this.
Thank you.
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Thank you @jayden-deboer for submitting this

factmag.com
“Champeta is liberation”: The indestructible sound system culture of Afro-Colombia
April Clare Welsh speaks to Palenque Records boss Lucas Silva about the history of champeta, the sound system culture of Colombia's marginalised population.

“It was a very tough fight. There is a lot of racism in this county and champeta was too new – people didn’t understand it, it was a shock, like with any revolution. I remember coming back to Bogota in the mid ‘90s and everybody hated champeta. They all said it was ‘stupid’ music and too sexual. But the lyrics were just covering normal things about life. Bogota was a very white city in the ‘90s – everyone was listening to rock music at the time. Rock music was for rich people and cumbia and champeta were for the poor people.”

check out the 30 track champeta playlist at the end of the article - it’s great

@sapphire-gale i m   d y i n g  sq u i r t le bc i just remembered that i legit put this song on a mixtape cd project thing for my music teacher back in grade 7 bc it was the only song in english i knew that wasn’t christian music or celine dion i just thought this was a fact about me you’d appreciate

Thoughts on that musical.

I mean I know some LDS members get the whole “if you can’t laugh at yourself…” thing out of it but the creators are openly hostile to religion in general so that was definitely NOT the intent of the musical.

If it was a musical about the Torah, the Qu’ran, the Pali Canon, literally any other book of scripture or religious rites… People would have a fit. But Latter-day Saints? Nah, man. It’s cool to mock us because we’re just quirky/eccentric pushovers! (/sarcasm)

I’ll keep the rant about how the government of Missouri sanctioned an extermination order against Latter-day Saints and how Martin van Buren’s inaction due to his desire to be re-elected led to the murders of Joseph Smith and literal THOUSANDS of people to myself.