“Yes, Mommy promises to give you lots of cuddles when she gets home,” she cooed into the phone. “I love you too, big man.” With that, she clicked end before turning back around. “Sorry about that. He’s fine now.”
Vernon walking into the dorm: guys I’ve been writing this new rap
Everybody else: …….
Vernon: It’s really good…..
Vernon: like….rly good…
Minghao: Well I’ll listen to it!!
Vernon: :) thanks man :)
Vernon: alright here I go
Stop fronting girl you know I'mma make it feel alright Come on baby just party with me (HVC). Let loose and set your body free Leave your situations at the door So when you step inside jump on the floor 🎶 Let’s get it crunk!! We’re gonna have fun!! Up in this dancery 🎶
Minghao: Wow!!! That was really good!!!!!
Seungkwan: *pops out of the bathroom with his toothbrush in one hand*
Seungkwan: nowHansol you know damn well that’s from Family Affair by Mary J Blige if you don’t get the fu-
I DON’T CARE WHAT PEOPLE SAID WHEN WE’RE TOGEEE!!!!!!EEEEETHER!!!!!!! YOU KNOW I WANNA BE THE ONE TO HOLD YOU IN YOUR SLEEP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I JUST WANT IT TO BE YOU AND I FOREEEE!!!!!EEEEEVER!!!!!!!!!
I KNOW YOU WANNA LEAVE SO COME ON BABY BE WITH ME SO HAPPILY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
so anyway im stuck in this loophole where im very mentally ill and cant do anything due to anxiety/depression/bpd (which leads to -10000 motivation to do anything) and my mum is treating it as if im acting like a baby and im making excuses so i get out of caring for her/doing chores. she is disabled and has been my entire life, and my dad doesn’t live with us, so shes kinda dependent on me. the only thing thats gonna help me help her is me getting on meds, but idk how to ask her without 1. her saying im being a baby. 2. her coming to get them with me as im a child and can’t legally do it on my own 3. her putting it off until it cant happen anymore because she doesn’t feel up to it because im not caring for her enough. i dont really know what to do
On this day in music history: February 19, 1983 - “Baby, Come To Me” by Patti Austin with James Ingram hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 2 weeks, also topping the Adult Contemporary chart for 3 weeks on January 22, 1983, and peaking at #9 on the R&B singles chart on February 12, 1983. Written by Rod Temperton, it is the biggest hit for the Harlem, NY born vocalist. The goddaughter of legendary producer and arranger Quincy Jones, Patti Austin is a musical prodigy from early childhood, making her first public performance on the stage of the Apollo Theater at four years old and signing her first recording contract with RCA Victor Records at five. In 1980, Austin is one of the first artists signed to Quincy Jones’ Qwest Records label (distributed by Warner Bros.). Jones produces her debut album for the label titled “Every Home Should Have One” released in August of 1981. Songwriter Rod Temperton writes four songs for the project including the first single “Do You Love Me? (#24 R&B, #1 Club Play). For the ballad "Baby Come To Me”, Austin is paired with fellow Jones protege James Ingram, and is issued as the albums second single in early 1982. Entering the Hot 100 at #81 on April 24, 1982, it stalls at #73 two weeks later, dropping to #92 the following week, then falling off of the chart completely the week of May 22, 1982. A few months later, something completely unexpected happens. Jill Phelps, the musical director of the daytime soap opera “General Hospital” discovers the song after series creator Gloria Monty asks her to find a song that would be an appropriate “love theme” for main character Luke (Anthony Geary), and his new love interest after Laura (Genie Francis) leaves the program. When “Baby” is featured on the series, people immediately begin calling ABC’s switchboard, inquiring about the song. Warner Bros quickly reissues the single and begin re-promoting it at radio. Re-entering the Hot 100 at #91 on October 16, 1982, twenty-one weeks after it had last charted, it climbs to the top of the chart eighteen weeks later. Following the singles two week run at the top of the pop chart, Quincy Jones makes history when he becomes only the third record producer (George Martin and the Bee Gees are the first two) to have one record he’s produced, be succeeded by another at the top when Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” moves to number one on March 5, 1983. “Baby, Come To Me” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.