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hot dresses AU/spyAU inspired by that incredi-drawing by gabzy + Neji is too floored by how killer Tenten looks to properly touch her (for a while, anyways). based off of convo with gabzilla-z & matchaball and

this AU is gonna be the death of me my god 

HIGH STRUNG

Guys. GUYS. I was browsin’ through Netflix to find a movie to put on in the background while I unpack from my trip and tidy up my room and I saw some dance/music rom-dram called High Strung, and that formulaic shit is my JAM so I put it on. Guys. GUYS. THIS IS BEYOND A SHADOW OF A DOUBT THE MOST UNINTENTIONALLY HILARIOUS MOVIE I’VE EVER SEEN I’M HALFWAY THROUGH AND THERE ARE ACTUAL TEARS RUNNING DOWN MY FACE IT HAS EVERY TROPE IN THE KNOWN UNIVERSE AND IT’S GLORIOUS. 

BASIC PLOT: shy, talented American blonde ballerina attends a ~~~super exclusive~~~ Arts conservatory in Manhattan (is there even another city in the US?) and is pushed extra hard by her teachers because She’s Just So Talented™. Shy, talented American blonde ballerina is strolling down the subway post-class and hears a broody British modelesque violinist playing for money. Turns out the broody British modelesque violinist is an illegal immigrant with Nothing Left For Him Back Home™ (’what about your family?’ *moody stare* ‘like I said’ *dramatic glance into the Manhattan skyline* ‘nothing’) and the lawyer he’s been paying to get him a green card was swindling him (he kicks a trashcan into a car in front of a swanky office building out of RAGE because that’s what people trying to avoid run-ins with the police do obvi). Blonde Ballerina goes back to the subway the next day and shares a slow-mo stare with Broody Violinist and then OUT OF NOWHERE a gang strolls out of the subway train and starts shit with a crew of painters working on the subway station. Naturally both the gang and the painters are dance crews (!?!?!?!?!?!) who bust out into elaborate aggressive choreo, and Broody Violinist starts playing his violin to their battle music cause why not???? Chaos ensues, Blonde Ballerina gets pushed to the ground, Broody Violinist rushes to help her, his violin gets stolen, and OH NO his grandfather gave it to him so it’s A Big Deal™ and Blonde Ballerina is so distraught so she follows him all determined to help. That’s the set up of the basic plot, now HIGHLIGHTS:

1. The movie literally opens up with the most dramatic, horror-movie-like shot of Broody Violinist playing his violin shirtless in a vast, shadow-drenched bedroom in the early morning light with a voiceover that’s like ‘the music is inside me… and if I don’t play it… it consumes me’. Something to note about Broody Violinist is that he’s barely surviving NY but he lives in a swanky bachelor pad and dresses like a Calvin Klein model.

2. His downstairs neighbor just happens to be the head of the world’s most extra dance crew and he intercepts Broody Violinist one day for NO REASON and forces him to come into his apartment and watch his crew dance like it’s a fucking recital (LITERALLY I SWORE HE WAS HITTING ON HIM BECAUSE IT WAS SO TARGETED AND OUTRAGEOUS BUT NAH HE WAS JUST LIKE ‘HEY STRANGER COME MEET MY FRIENDS AND WATCH US DANCE NOT TAKING NO FOR AN ANSWER LOL HAVE SOME CALAMARI WHILE I WALK YOU THROUGH WHO EVERYONE IS AS THEY DO A SOLO’).

3. Blonde Ballerina’s roommate is the token Comedic Party Girl™ and they are honestly so gay it’s outrageous? Like they constantly walk around holding hands and had a pillow fight within 5 seconds of meeting each other and casually chat while one’s naked in a bubble bath and who the fuck is this movie trying to kid????

4. At one point Blonde Ballerina shows up at Broody Violinist’s apartment (HOW DOES SHE KNOW WHERE HE LIVES??? IDK???) with a violin she borrowed from her school and a flier that’s CONVENIENTLY for a ‘Strings and Dance!’ competition where the winner gets 25K and a full scholarship to the conservatory (i.e. student visa!!!!!!!), but Broody Violinist is Too Ferocious and Independent™ for conservatories and they’re beneath him and his Subway musician ways and Blonde Ballerina is Too Establishment™ to understand. So Blonde Ballerina is REAL UPSET and leaves and calls her girlfriend to cry about this random stranger rejecting her offer during the cab-ride home, and Broody Violinist stares dramatically at his table before realizing his Big Mistake™ and running after her, but NOOOO, the cab pulls away just as he reaches the door!!!! GASP, I’m so sad for these literal strangers acting like they just ended a five year relationship!!!!

5. There’s a straight-up montage where Blonde Ballerina is dancing with her frenemies at bar (what’s a dance movie without a bar scene where everyone inexplicably knows impromptu choreography) and it’s spliced with BROODY VIOLINIST RANDOMLY BOXING. LMAO LIKE THERE HAS BEEN NOT A SINGLE INDICATION THAT HE’S INTO BOXING OR ATHLETIC IN ANY WAY BUT HERE HE IS, TAKING SUPERHUMAN, SHIRTLESS SWINGS AT A PUNCHING BAG IN THE DARK TO THE BEAT OF THE BAR MUSIC THAT HE’S NOWHERE NEAR. I died. 

6. Broody Violinist RANDOMLY SHOWS UP as a waiter for an event Blonde Ballerina is attending with an Arrogant Playboy Violinist™ from her conservatory, and I kid you fucking not, they tango. INTENSELY TANGO. BROODY VIOLINIST CAN TANGO. HE CAN BOX, HE CAN TANGO, THE SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR BROODY VIOLINIST, AND THERE’S NO EXPLANATION OUTSIDE OF ‘My grandmother taught me’. So Broody Violinist and Blonde Ballerina tango all ‘frictiony’ (it’s hilar) and Arrogant Playboy Violinist (who’s playing the violin in some kind of performance) starts playing SUPER aggressively because he’s getting jealous that the girl he wouldn’t even call his date is friction Tango-ing with another guy. And then comes the moment where I lost my shit:

7. Arrogant Playboy Violinist™: “You want to settle this outside?”

Broody Violinist: “I’m fine settling it right here.”

Aggressively strides over to the orchestra and grabs a violin and THESE TWO TESTOSTERONE MACHO MORONS HAVE A FUCKING HOMOEROTIC VIOLIN-OFF. SAID VIOLIN-OFF INVOLVES SMACKING EACH OTHER’S BOWS AND AT ONE POINT EVOLVES INTO A LEGIT VIOLIN BOW FENCING MATCH AND IT’S THE FUNNIEST FUCKING THING I’VE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE BECAUSE THEY’RE LIKE SNARLING AND TWO SECONDS FROM MAKING OUT AND IT’S MEANT TO BE SO SERIOUS AND ~~ALPHA MALE~~ OMGGGG. And then naturally the rest of the wait staff is Broody Violinist’s extra ass neighbor and his dance crew so they take over the DJ-ing and start dancing in unison with their serving trays and oh my Gooooood it’s just the most perfectly absurd scene in cinematic history.

That’s as far as I’ve gotten. I don’t even know how this movie’s going to top itself but so far it’s been the most well-invested hour of my life and I can’t recommend it enough.

I Finally Graduated!!!

now what do I do? lol XDD

Dress: JCPenney Woman ‘s Apparel
Price: 32.99$ (It was orginally 70$)
Size: 18W

Necklace: Charming Charlie
Price: 13.99
$

Shoes: Payless Shoe Source
Price: 16.99
$

Just based on the clothes, this scene is probably from episode 12 (also the photo was posted by the writer of that episode). Do you think this is when FINALLY a big Jalec talk happens? (Pretty please?) (source)

‘Dancing With the Stars’ Boy Bands vs Girl Groups Night Breaks More Hearts

(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you haven’t watched Monday’s episode of “Dancing With the Stars”)

Former “Bachelor” Nick Viall survived dressing up as Pinocchio and performing a very wooden dance on last week’s “Dancing With the Stars” — but would he get past Week Six’s Boy Bands vs. Girl Groups night after being in jeopardy two weeks in a row?

The short answer is yes, shockingly.

Also Read: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Contestants Get Teary-Eyed Recalling Their 'Most Memorable Year’

In fact, after getting a perfect score on Monday, it was “Glee” star Heather Morris who was voted off.

Amidst boos and shocked reactions from the audience, the actress was “happy” with her experience on the show. “I’m OK. It’s a hard competition, and I am happy that I got to do what I got to do,” she said.

The Boy Bands vs. Girl Groups theme gave contestants the chance to channel their inner Justin Timberlake, Pussycat Dolls and Spice Girls — all in front of guest judge, Backstreet Boy Nick Carter.

Fifth Harmony member Normani Kordei had an extra advantage at least — not that the frontrunner needed it — as she grinded in front of her backup dancers and pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy dressed in construction gear.

Her dance to “You Just Might Get It” by the Pussycat Dolls “showcased what a great dancer you are,” but was too heavy on hip-hop and too light on Salsa, Len Goodman critiqued.

Also Read: Maksim Chmerkovskiy Has No 'Concrete Return Date’ for 'DWTS’

Pro bull rider Bonner Bolton, who has been hovering at the bottom of the leader board the last few weeks after a strong start, was told by Carter that he needs to find a “way to let go,” while Goodman said he needed to show more emotion.

Olympic medalist Nancy Kerrigan danced to “Free Your Mind” by En Vogue, and was praised by Carrie Ann Inaba for it being “the first time she had tapped into it this way.”

“Wow, wow, wow,” Carter added. Despite this, Kerrigan later found herself in the bottom two.

Also Read: 'Dancing With the Stars’ Contestants Gamble on Sin City for Vegas Week

Viall was told that even though he fits the criteria of being in a boy band, he didn’t have the moves. While it was fun, “it was a Jive with a sunstroke,” Bruno Tonioli told him.

NFL player Rashad Jennings was congratulated for “showing what he’s got” with his dazzling Tango.

Before her surprise elimination, Morris performed her best dance to TLC’s “Waterfalls” with Maks Chmerkovskiy on his first show since his injury earlier in the season.

“Dancing With the Stars” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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'Dancing With the Stars’ Contestants Gamble on Sin City for Vegas Week

Unofficial explanation of llover:

“The verb llover is always written in 3rd person singular because it’s like the sky or a deity is doing it. ‘I’, ‘you’, and ‘we’ can’t make it rain… Unless we’re gods or strippers or both.” 

anonymous asked:

5'7, dark blonde hair and grey-blue eyes, got da booty, over protective and over cautious mom friend, my guilty pleasures include reality shows (say yes to the dress, the bachelor/the bachelorette, any hgtv show, any cooking competition) and romance novels, my favorite color is turquoise, I love classic rock and country music

How can I say no to the booty?! I love feeling protected, protect away please. I’m so here for rainy duvet days where we literally marathon every trashy show we can find playing, and I’ll cook us some comfort food and we’ll have ice cream. And yes, you’re taste in music is to die for!! When we’ve got a sugar high from all the food we’ll belt out all the rock and country until the neighbours are banging on the walls

“We’re happily building towards the first wedding on our show,” executive producer Caroline Dries shares. “So we’re looking forward to the pre-wedding rituals that go along with the big day. You know, strippers, bachelor parties, wedding dresses… bloodshed – those sorts of things.” Meanwhile, we’ll learn more about Mama Salvatore’s “layered” history, Stefan will attempt to stop a dehumanized Caroline from leading a “path of destruction,” and Bonnie’s recent actions will yield “shocking and terrifying” consequences.
—  TVLine [x]
PRE-FINALE: “We’re happily building towards the first wedding on our show,” executive producer Caroline Dries shares. “So we’re looking forward to the pre-wedding rituals that go along with the big day. You know, strippers, bachelor parties, wedding dresses… bloodshed – those sorts of things.” Meanwhile, we’ll learn more about Mama Salvatore’s “layered” history, Stefan will attempt to stop a dehumanized Caroline from leading a “path of destruction,” and Bonnie’s recent actions will yield “shocking and terrifying” consequences.
—  TV Line (May Sweeps Preview, Finale Spoilers)