british-invasion

i want to study at a British university

i will spell color as colour and use degrees celcius. i would watch Sherlock on BBC all night while drinking a cuppa tea with my flatmates. i’ll have fish and chips every day that’s worth 5 quid. i would go to gaff parties every nighti am also more likely to meet chavsOne Direction, Ed Sheeran and the Queen.

i wish i was british :(

Do I think Sam and Eileen are going to be a thing?  No.  I agree that a relationship is not part of the formula of this show.  BUT I DO think that she and Sam have fantastic chemistry.  And that Eileen is a great character in her own right.  She’s funny, snarky, cute, intelligent, tough.  And Sam and her get a long swimmingly.  

You can tell in every one of their interactions that they’ve had more conversations between episodes.  Sam’s been learning a little sign language, and that they really do seem to care about each other.  Whether those looks and smiles were flirting?  Eeehh…

I think the wonderfulness of all of their interactions was that you COULD potentially read it that way (and Dean seems to encourage it?) but you DON’T HAVE TO.  THYE WORK EQUALLY WELL AS FRIENDS.  They work well and she’s an amazing character and she needs to come back more often.  

Do I ship them?  If Sam were to make a move, Id not say no.  But I also just like to see him smiling.  SAM AND HAPPINESS is my OTP  and if Eileen makes him smile? Then she needs to be around more often.

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On this day in music history: June 27, 1964 - “A World Without Love” by Peter & Gordon hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 1 week. Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, it is the debut single and biggest hit for the London based pop music duo. Peter Asher and Gordon Waller meet each other while students at the Westminster School For Boys in London. The two become fast friends, bonding over their mutual love of music, particularly Buddy Holly and The Everly Brothers. Originally calling themselves Gordon And Peter, they begin playing school functions and eventually graduating to playing gigs in local clubs. While playing at the Pickwick Club in London, the duo meet EMI staff producer and A&R man Norman Newell. Impressed, he offers them a recording contract with EMI Records two weeks after first seeing them perform. Needing songs for their first recording session, Asher turns to Beatle Paul McCartney who at the time is dating his sister actress Jane Asher, and living with them at their home in London. McCartney offers “A World Without Love”, a song that Paul had written when he was only sixteen years old. The early composition had not been recorded by The Beatles themselves, largely since John Lennon could never sing the songs opening line “Please lock me away…” without laughing. Peter & Gordon agree to do the song, recording it at Abbey Road Studios on January 21, 1964. Released in the UK first on EMI’s Columbia label in late February of 1964, it races to the top of the UK singles chart on April 23, 1964, replacing The Beatles “Can’t Buy Me Love” at number one. “Love” is then released in the US by Capitol Records on April 27, 1964. Entering the Hot 100 at #76 on May 9, 1964, it climbs to the top of the chart seven weeks later. “A World Without Love” becomes the first Lennon - McCartney song to top the US singles chart not performed by The Beatles. This does not happen again until 1975 when Elton John’s version of “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” (featuring John Lennon on guitar and background vocals) hits number one in January of 1975.