disco floor

Was listening to [THIS] last night and it spoke so deeply to my boogie woogie soul that I had to draw this funky ghost girl. Her name is Boogie Banshee or B.B. for short. 

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On this day in music history: April 28, 1979 - “Heart Of Glass” by Blondie hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 1 week. Written by Deborah Harry and Chris Stein, it is the first chart topping single for the New York City based new wave/rock band fronted by lead singer Debbie Harry. Debbie and Chris originally write the song in late 1974 - early 1975 as “Once I Had A Love” with a reggae flavored arrangement. It continues to evolve as they retool the sound of the song, giving it a slow “four on the floor” disco beat, then re-titling it “The Disco Song”. Producer Mike Chapman along with the band give it a dramatic makeover employing the use of synthesizers (Moog Polymoog, Roland SH-1000, the latter being triggered off the CR-78) and the Roland CR-78 drum machine which gives the song its signature “ticking” pulse. Released as the second single from the bands third album “Parallel Lines” on January 3, 1979, “Heart Of Glass” creates an immediate sensation on the dance floor that quickly spreads to radio. Entering the Hot 100 at #84 on February 17, 1979, it climbs to the top of the chart ten weeks later. The huge success of “Heart Of Glass” is a double edged sword for Blondie as they are accused of “selling out” by their fellow musicians on the New York punk and new wave scene for having made “a disco song”. “Heart Of Glass” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA, and is inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 2016.

it’s gonna be hilarious seeing people try to draw the battle at the beginning, like here’s all the stuff that’s crowded into the room:

-mannequin!Magnus, Taako, Merle, the Red Robe, Magnus!Edward, Lydia
-Taako’s mannequin army
-Cam’s floating head on a gameshow pedestal
-a disco floor made of neon lights
-disco balls everywhere shooting neon lights
-two stone statues holding a metal beam
-two duelling wrecking balls

Bar & alcohol vocabulary in Finnish

Originally posted by littlepawz

Baari - bar
Pubi - pub
Klubi - club
Disko - disco 
Kahvila - café
Ravintola - restaurant
Karaoke - karaoke 
Baarimikko - bartender
Portsari - bouncer, doorman
DJ - DJ
Narikka - cloakroom
Tiski - counter
Hana - tap
Pöytä - table
Tuoli - chair
Terassi - terrace, beer garden
Tanssilattia - dance floor
Diskopallo - disco ball 
Musiikki - music
Peli - game
Vessa - toilet
Pullo - bottle
Tölkki - can 
Lasi - glass
Tuoppi - stein
Muki - mug 
Tynnyri - barrel, keg
Pilli - straw
Juoma - beverage, drink 
Drinkki, cocktail - cocktail 
Shotti - shot
Alkoholi - alcohol
Alkoholiton - alcohol free
Vesi - water
Mehu - juice
Tee - tea
Kahvi - coffee
Kaakao - cocoa; hot chocolate 
Virvoitusjuoma - soft drink 
Energiajuoma - energy drink 
Olut, kalja - beer
Siideri - cider
Lonkero - long drink
Viini - wine
Punaviini - red wine
Valkoviini - white wine
Roseeviini - rosé wine 
Kuohuviini - sparkling wine
Samppanja - champagne
Vodka - vodka 
Likööri - liqueur
Rommi - rum
Viski - whisky
Tequila - tequila
Gini - gin
Jää - ice
Siirappi - syrup 
Ruoka - food
Pikaruoka - fast food
Ranskalaiset - french fries
Hampurilainen - hamburger
Pitsa - pizza 
Kanansiipi - chicken wing 
Tilata - to order
Maksaa - to pay
Juoda - to drink
Syödä - to eat
Juhlia - to party, to celebrate 
Tanssia - to dance
Olla humalassa/kännissä - to be drunk (more)
Krapula - hangover
Ikäraja - age limit
Alaikäinen - underage
Täysi-ikäinen - of age; adult
Henkilöllisyystodistus, “henkkarit” - ID
Kippis! - Cheers!
Valomerkki - last call (a last call announced by flashing the lights to inform the customers that the venue is being closed)

Desperation (Part 1) - Nevada Ramirez

P/N: Gif isn’t mine.

Nevada Ramirez x Reader
Summary: The reader is working in one of Nevada’s clubs. She gets herself into a bit of trouble, which costs her job.


It was a Saturday night, the busiest night of the week. The shimmer of sequined attire and glittery makeup shone under the disco lights. The floor shook as music blared excessively loud. The air smelled like a mixture of sweat, humidity, smoke and various fragrances. Every corner of the club were packed with people intoxicated by alcohol and excitement.

In a VIP booth, a couple of waitresses dressed in skin-tight dresses bring bottles of liquor to a table. A wealthy older man was surrounded by beautiful young women, all fawning over him. He donned a royal blue suit with hints of gold accents. His gold watch shone as his hand danced around the curves of every female companion. His hands were smothered with custom rings. A passing glance of this gentleman was enough to determine the man’s wealth.

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some Facts™ abotu Gladys ‘ Sweet Pea ‘ Churchill the Gecko, First Of Her Name: 

- she s here to lick her own eyeballs n eat garbij 
- screams consttantly 
- water is the blue devil 
- found injured as a babby 
- will scream n walk into the bathroom door repeatedly if vals in there bc she is a big gay baby with attachment issues 
- has fallen into the toilet many times 
- enjoys sand baths 
- sleeps w/ her feet in her mouth dont try to take them out she’s comfy