but john wants to hold a party

John Doe

John Doe, I just want the John I know
Once you put the drinks on hold
Maybe you could come back home

And there you were, sitting alone on the bar in that luxury party, wearing that long dress which was probably more expensive than your whole house. You were staring at your boyfriend, Scotty, he was talking with some other couples all on his own, drinking, laughing; you couldn’t help but feel rage. That was not your long-haired aussie, who were you looking at? Neither was the guy who would beg you years before to leave this kind of parties, or the same guy that would prefer to be the entire day wearing pajamas and staying at home. No, who was he? Your thoughts were interrupted by some guy who was walking towards you

“Hey (y/n), right? How are you? Um, do you know where Scotty is?” You felt the urge to tell him that you didn’t, that he wasn’t even in that party.

“Not really, he’s probably talking to a couple of friends. I remember seeing him near the windows, I don’t know, look there” You said, not even looking at the guy, you were just staring at your cocktail. As soon as he left, you grabbed the glass, swallowed it on one shot and stood up, decided to leave.

“Oh, slowly sweety” the barman told you, you smiled back at him and left. Scotty was not going to notice anyway.

You arrived to your hotel room and your first thought was to grab all of your clothes, place them on your luggage and head to the airport. You left a note for your boyfriend on his pillow, “If you happen to see Scotty (because for sure he didn’t go to the party with me) tell him I’m home.”

Hours went by, you had already arrived at home when your phone rang, it was a message from Scotty “hey, what do you mean you are home? Have you left?” you didn’t even mind answering; he would discover it for himself. You took a shower and went straight to bed.

You woke up with a terrible headache, you couldn’t even stand up but you heard music downstairs so you got up. There was no one at sight, you called for someone several times, but there was no answer. You saw your back door open, so carefully you walked towards the door and peeked through a little window: Scotty was out there playing with your dogs. You felt relief, but at the same time you stood still you were still annoyed.

“Hey, what are you doing here?” You told Scotty, resting your back on the door. “You have another party tomorrow, why did you come back?” Suddenly Scotty run towards you and lifted you up on a warm hug

“(y/n) I’m not going to go. I’d rather stay here watching movies on my pajamas with you, all day. Will you accept my apologize? I’ve been such a jerk” You couldn’t help but smile to Scotty, he was your long-haired aussie. You hugged him back

“Of course we will stay together on our pajamas watching movies” You both laughed, finally leaning forward to kiss him.

US election 2016: Guide to the Republican candidates

The next US presidential election may not be until November, but the race to be the Republican candidate on the ballot box is already well under way.

Heading into the Iowa caucus on 1 February, the first of the 50 states to nominate which candidate they want to represent their respective party, the GOP currently holds an extremely wide field.

Twelve Republican candidates are currently featuring on major independent nationwide polls: Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, Jim Gilmore, Mike Huckabee, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum and Donald Trump.

In this video, IBTimes UK takes a look at who each candidate is and their respective strengths and weaknesses as they enter the race to be the next US president.

Song Game

Rules: Write the first 10 songs that come up on shuffle (no skipping) and quote your favorite lyric(s) from each song, then tag 10 people.

I was tagged by @phoebemaybe​ and @mynerdychronicles​ :D

1. All I Ask of You (Phantom of the Opera), by Andrew Lloyd Webber
“All I want is freedom, a world with no more night. And you, always beside me, to hold me and to hide me.”

2. Party Starter by Will Smith
“Prayin for the day they would one day praise him
Studied the ways of the game & made it
Came through the maze & the haze & played it perfect”

3. Daughters by John Mayer
“Oh, you see that skin. It’s the same she’s been standing in, since she saw him walking away. Now she’s left, cleaning up the mess he made” & “ On behalf of every man, looking out for every girl, you are the god and the weight of her world”

4. Earth by Imogen Heap
“The cold shoulder, folded arms and looking up, you’ve never listened, and carry on careless, regardless.”

5. Tunnel Vision by Justin Timberlake
“Didn’t I seem like I’m catching something
That’s because it’s true
I can’t deny it, I won’t try it
But I think that you know
I look around and everything I see is beautiful
Cause all I see is you”

6. Stay With Me by Sam Smith
“Why am I so emotional?
No, it’s not a good look, gain some self-control
And deep down I know this never works
But you can lay with me so it doesn’t hurt”

7. You Thought Wrong by Kelly Clarkson ft. Tamyra Gray 
“I see right through you, baby
Tried to tell me you want me
Can’t you just get it through your
Get it through your thick, thick, thick, thick head?
‘Cause I’ve seen this game before and
I’m showin’ you the door so
Shut your mouth
I’m not tryin’ to hear your lies no, not again”

8. Only a Few Things by Above & Beyond
“You you were the joy in my life
The one who loved my tired bones
The one who came to stay
So if I do not tell you
If I don’t find the words
It is NOT because I don’t feel it in my heart
You’re the one who loved my tired bones
You’re the one who took me home”

9. Blue (Da Ba Dee) by Europop
“Yo listen up here’s a story
About a little guy that lives in a blue world
And all day and all night and everything he sees
Is just blue like him inside and outside
Blue his house with a blue little window
And a blue corvette
And everything is blue for him and himself
And everybody around
'Cause he ain’t got nobody to listen to”

10. Black Room Boy by Above & Beyond
“It’s the same old scene
You’ve been stuck at the screen for a lifetime
You keep your mind sharp and clean
With a fix of caffeine for the night time”

I tag: @clara-letmebebrave​, @ari-lu​, @alwayscrookedhearted​, @the-stars-will-do-the-telling​ - you don’t have to do it, and anyone who wants to do this, feel free to! Tag me in your posts!

Bloomberg’s John Heilemann called out the Democratic National Committee on Monday for having “screwed up” the debate schedule from the beginning of the election cycle.

The Democrats are holding a town hall forum, not an actual debate, Monday night on CNN in their last event before the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 1, subjecting the DNC to further criticism for limiting the number of debates.

“I want to take this opportunity to point out what a total mess this debate situation has been in the Democratic Party,” Heilemann said on With All Due Respect. “It should be a debate, regular old debate. Last week before the Iowa caucuses, we should have a final Democratic debate here in Iowa. Instead, we’re having this jerry-rigged candidate forum. It’s better than nothing, but there’s no good reason why we shouldn’t be having this as a formal debate where they can be on stage together. I think the DNC has screwed this whole thing up from start to finish.”

DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been adamant about not adding any more debates to the schedule and has maintained that Monday night’s forum is another opportunity for people to see the candidates in a different environment.

Wasserman Schultz has also been accused of protecting Hillary Clinton by having a limited number of debates, holding the debates on weekends or even when major sporting events are happening.

Earlier in the segment, co-host Mark Halperin pointed out that not many Iowans would be watching the forum because there is a huge college basketball game tonight between Iowa State and Kansas.

Martin O’Malley is set to be the first speaker at the forum, followed by Bernie Sanders, and Clinton. Each candidate will take questions from the CNN-selected audience, as well as moderator Chris Cuomo.

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US election 2016: Who are the main Republican candidates?

The next US presidential election may not be until November, but the race to be the Republican candidate on the ballot box is already well under way.

Heading into the Iowa caucus on 1 February, the first of the 50 states to nominate which candidate they want to represent their respective party, the GOP currently holds an extremely wide field.

Twelve Republican candidates are currently featuring on major independent nationwide polls: Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, Jim Gilmore, Mike Huckabee, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum and Donald Trump.

In this video, IBTimes UK takes a look at who each candidate is and their respective strengths and weaknesses as they enter the race to be the next US president.

US election 2016: Guide to the Republican candidates

The next US presidential election may not be until November, but the race to be the Republican candidate on the ballot box is already well under way.

Heading into the Iowa caucus on 1 February, the first of the 50 states to nominate which candidate they want to represent their respective party, the GOP currently holds an extremely wide field.

Twelve Republican candidates are currently featuring on major independent nationwide polls: Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, Jim Gilmore, Mike Huckabee, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum and Donald Trump.

In this video, IBTimes UK takes a look at who each candidate is and their respective strengths and weaknesses as they enter the race to be the next US president.

Read our guide to the Democrat candidates here

Dame Susan asked to intervene over political cartoon

A cartoon published in a Marlborough newspaper has been described as nasty and racist - and the Mana Party wants Race Relations Commissioner Susan Devoy to intervene.

The cartoon pictures overweight Polynesian students and describes them using the breakfast in schools programme as a way to save money for smokes, alcohol and pokies.

Mana co-vice president John Minto says it’s insensitive not just to kids growing up in povert,y but is inviting the public to scorn them as devious parasites.

He’s written to Dame Susan asking her to step in quickly to defend Maori and Pasifika children and to hold the newspaper to account for the attack.