don austin

YES.

anonymous asked:

Hi, I know you don't like to talk about the kids much but this is bother me a little bit, what do you think this hole divorse thing with the beards (hopefully someday in the future) is going to affect the kids?

Hello, dear anon!

The thing is, I think they’re already acting like divorced couples. If they were to actually divorce their beards, I don’t see how that would affect the lives of their children all that much. Perhaps if the women moved away from Austin, the situation could go back to pretty much the same as it is now - the J’s travelling on weekends to meet their kids while the women took the primary responsibility for raising them.

Obviously, this is only speculation, but aren’t the J’s weekend dads already? I counted that they are attending 18 conventions this year - most of those which separate them from their families. They really don’t travel to Austin on every weekend during filming, so I would assume that the children are used to seeing their dads every couple of weeks while they work. I’m not saying they’re not in contact with them, but that they’re not always physically present.

In short, I think the J’s divorcing would have very little effect on all of their daily lives. The ladies would have to start earning their own money, but surely they wouldn’t descend into poverty no matter what happened - I imagine the J’s care far too much for their children to ever let that happen.

What’s the benefit for the J’s then, you may ask! Well, they wouldn’t have to keep up the facade of loving husbands in the face of the public. It looks like quite a struggle these days, so I imagine they wouldn’t want to continue that forever - who knows what the price is! But we’ll see, this might all be wishful thinking.

Thanks for throwing me a message, dear anon! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. Let your upcoming week be fabulous!

Originally posted by wellcometothedarkside

anonymous asked:

what concerts have you gone to? :0

ahhh let’s see

  • one direction (4 times, seeing harry this year)
  • the 1975 (5 times)
  • troye sivan (2 times)
  • the amazing tour is not on fire (2 times)
  • kelly clarkson (2 times)
  • LANY
  • halsey (soon to be twice)
  • kodaline
  • demi lovato
  • bridgit mendler
  • austin mahone (don’t ask)
  • miranda sings
  • hannah montana (get lit)

and i know that i am forgetting some so i will update you as i remember!

anonymous asked:

Who is Austin? I don't understand at all. Cause he looks like Freddie and i think he is Brianas brother and them have the same dad. But at this point im not sure of this. I repeat, cause he and Freddie look like the same person. Help me!

Check my masterpost, but to summarize: he’s B’s half brother, his father is Brett, Brett is not B’s dad nor does he share any DNA with her  


Anonymous said to shadyshit91:Okay so like I can sort of see Louis in Freddie in that last picture, but u know y I can see him because I’m looking for a resemblance. If u showed me a picture of that kid and I didn’t know who it was I would NEVER think it’s Louis Tomlinson’s kid! That’s the whole point to me! If I have to look to see if I can find the resemblance then it isn’t really there! I could probably find Niall in that kid if I was told that’s Niall’s kid cause he’s white and has blue eyes!

Actually I just saw a pic of Tom Fletcher’s oldest son and he looks more like Louis than Freddie does lol 


Anonymous said to shadyshit91:Fredo looks so like Austin. He looks like Fredo and Brett. Austin is Brett’s son but Brett doesn’t have compatibility for Fredo to looks like him so…

*looks into the camera* 


Anonymous said to shadyshit91:Maybe if you look over the picture quickly you can see some kind of resemblance. But like… Take a real look, their eyes are completely different (Louis’ deeper and his brow bone is lower down) Louis’ lips are way more prominent, Louis’ nose looks alot like it does now (obviously) and Freddie’s looks like brett’s lol. And i don’t know if you’ve seen him but a while back Jesy posted a vid on her insta of her nephew i think, and the kid looks A LOT like Freddie. They could’ve used that one nstead

Yep. A closer look is all it takes 


Anonymous said to shadyshit91:The further this narrative goes the more unbelievable it becomes.

Tell me about it… 

anonymous asked:

trying to stay positive here: if josh was like his family and dangerous for karlie's image, would taylor let her destroy her reputation? the joshua austin pics don't make sense either, maybe they know he's ok and agreed to help him out despites the trump/russia mess

Yes Austin Swift. Who joined Jerks live igs the other day…. and that pap walk.

It’s been my assumption since then that they want to keep him in the picture - solidify his dude-ness….but.. that assumed Taylor didn’t want to beard again and he would be joint beard/no homo protection for a future glass closet etc.

Now we may or may not have Toe, and any attempts to distance Jerk from his brother seem to be purely down to hanging off Karlie’s efforts.

He’s showing he’s cosy with his family as much as ever. Where was he with defending his non-role in the visa scandal? In voicing his objections to the new trump-care policy. Totally silent. Instead he posts pics of ball games with the Trump grandkids.

So idk anon. But there’s a plan. It’s still only May. So much can change in a few weeks, even a few hours.

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shyxgruntxaustin  asked:

⛄ (Is that the right symbol) It's a little Purrloin. "I got a bunch of these little babies.. thought you'd like one."

Shu blinked, taking the cute Purrloin from him and holding it close to her chest while she started tearing up. “T-thank you, Austin, you don’t know how much I needed a cuddle buddy…” she buried her face into the purple fur and held back a soft sob.

Sometimes I feel like I’m the only person on the Internet who genuinely likes silly, cartoony gimmick wrestling.

Which is hilarious because you’d think people would notice by now that their favorite wrestlers are all cartoony caricatures. Everyone knows The Undertaker and Kane are “living cartoon characters” and people like to excuse that as a “grandfather clause” kind of thing, but I call bullshit on that because look at all of these fan favorite wrestlers that people still hold with the highest regard:

  1. Stone Cold Steve Austin (You don’t shoot a bang flag out of a fake gun without being called a Looney Tunes character, I’m sorry)
  2. The Rock (The last time I checked, the highest rated segment in the history of RAW is still “This is Your Life”)
  3. Shawn Michaels (He descended from the sky on multiple occasions, let’s not forget this)
  4. Ric Flair (People still shout “WOO!” whenever someone gets hit with a backhand chop, not to mention the flop)
  5. Mick Foley (A wrestler whose ownership of multiple gimmicks was actually addressed in-universe)
  6. Chris Jericho (Didn’t he put a potted plant over once?)
  7. The Dudleys (Their entire gimmick is based on gimmicks, and Bubba Ray and D-von are still one of the most decorated tag teams of all time)

Is this too easy? All of these guys could be under that grandfather clause, right? Well…

  1. Bray Wyatt (A possibly demon-possessed cult leader)
  2. Dean Ambrose (He’s basically the reincarnation of Mick Foley, even if he likely isn’t allowed to do half of the things Mick Foley had done in his career)
  3. The Broken Matt Hardy Universe (…Need I say more?)
  4. Bad News Barrett (I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news… a lot of you enjoyed this)
  5. Fandango (He was so over his titantron video was just a singalong after a point)
  6. The New Day (These guys put My Little Pony and anime references over… in the world of professional wrestling)
  7. The Vaudevillians (I don’t know much about them, but I know they exist and I would not be surprised if their backstory involved a time machine)

Am I saying that gimmicks are never terrible, or that the WWE shouldn’t be going in a “realistic” direction? No, but forgive me if I find it silly that a sport that we know to be “fake” has turned against cartoony gimmicks while having the most ridiculous over-the-top performances I’ve ever seen. Ten super kicks a match, increasingly complicated top rope and springboard moves, Roman Reigns no-selling a No DQ match and showing up in the Royal Rumble (okay, this last one wasn’t very well received, but you get the picture). This is an inverse to what it used to be, where people did very basic moves while having larger-than-life personas straight out of a comic book. Am I the only one that finds this hilarious? If you’re going to do a whole bunch of flippy shit, might as well call yourself a superhero. Might as well be a live action cartoon character. Might as well whip out fake swords and special effects and do some LARPing/SoulCalibur shit. Even if this wouldn’t fly in the WWE, surely this shit could go over in an indie promotion. Hell, move it to Japan or Mexico and it’d probably be one of the most successful promotions there.

And for the record, I totally would watch a LARP-style wrestling show, especially if the performers are extremely talented. And I think anybody who enjoys a good fighting game would also.

Also, before I forget… you fuckers love Lucha Underground. I’ve only seen bits and pieces, but that shit is a cartoon. I remember watching a match and one of the commentators said Dario was promising immortality to somebody. And apparently his brother is a Kane-like monster? That is some Twisted Metal shit. You guys want to talk about lack of suspension of disbelief whenever a silly gimmick shows up in the WWE? Fuck off with that right now.

I honestly feel like not importing my save file so I can date Kaitlyn again… It feels so wrong though… I don’t know what to do. Also I can’t wait for them to go to Austin to see Kaitlyn because since I live here I wonder what places they’ll show. I hope they don’t exaggerate Austin tbh…. :) Can’t wait for more chapters!

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Austin lawmaker Don Zimmerman told a group of Latino kids to “do something useful.”

An Austin, Texas, city councilman has come under fire for racially insensitive comments made toward a group of mostly Latino children during a council meeting Thursday evening.

The children accompanied their parents to the council meeting, which centered on a debate for Austin’s proposed budget for next year. The parents were looking to ask for more funding for after-school activities.

“I’d ask for everyone here, including the children, when you grow up, I want to ask you to pledge to finish school, learn a trade, a skilled trade, get a college education, start a business, do something useful and produce something in your society so you don’t have to live off others,” the city councilman told the group of children.

Zimmerman apologized — but not to the children or their families.

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2015 Tony Award Nominations - Complete List

Best Leading Actor in a Play
Steven Boyer, Hand to God
Bradley Cooper, The Elephant Man
Ben Miles, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Bill Nighy, Skylight
Alex Sharp, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Best Leading Actress in a Play
Geneva Carr, Hand to God
Helen Mirren, The Audience
Elisabeth Moss, The Heidi Chronicles
Carey Mulligan, Skylight
Ruth Wilson, Constellations

Best Leading Actor in a Musical
Michael Cerveris, Fun Home
Robert Fairchild, An American in Paris
Brian d’Arcy James, Something Rotten!
Ken Watanabe, The King and I
Tony Yazbeck, On the Town

Best Revival of a Play
Skylight
The Elephant Man
This Is Our Youth
You Can’t Take It With You

Best Revival of a Musical
On the Town
On the Twentieth Century
The King and I

Best Leading Actress in a Musical
Kristin Chenoweth, On the Twentieth Century
Leanne Cope, An American in Paris
Beth Malone, Fun Home
Kelli O’Hara, The King and I
Chita Rivera, The Visit

Best Musical
An American in Paris
Fun Home
Something Rotten!
The Visit

Best Play
Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar
Hand to God by Robert Askins
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Simon Stephens
Wolf Hall Parts One & Twoby Hilary Mantel and Mike Poulton

Best Book
Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell, Something Rotten!
Lisa Kron, Fun Home
Craig Lucas, An American in Paris
Terrence McNally, The Visit

Best Score
John Kander and Fred Ebb, The Visit
Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, Something Rotten!
Sting, The Last Ship
Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron, Fun Home

Best Scenic Design of a Musical
Bob Crowley and 59 Productions, An American in Paris
David Rockwell, On the Twentieth Century
Michael Yeargan, The King and I
David Zinn, Fun Home

Best Orchestrations
Christopher Austin, Don Sebesky and Bill Elliott, An American in Paris
John Clancy, Fun Home
Larry Hochman, Something Rotten!
Rob Mathes, The Last Ship

Best Scenic Design of a Play
Bunny Christie & Finn Ross, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Bob Crowley, Skylight
Christopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
David Rockwell, You Can’t Take It With You

Best Costume Design of a Play
Bob Crowley, The Audience
Jane Greenwood, You Can’t Take It With You
Christopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
David Zinn, Airline Highway

Best Lighting Design of a Play
Paule Constable, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Paule Constable and David Plater, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Natasha Katz, Skylight
Japhy Weideman, Airline Highway

Best Director of a Musical
Sam Gold, Fun Home
Casey Nicholaw, Something Rotten!
John Rando, On the Town
Bartlett Sher, The King and I
Christopher Wheeldon, An American in Paris

Best Scenic Design of a Play
Bunny Christie & Finn Ross, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Bob Crowley, Skylight
Christopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
David Rockwell, You Can’t Take It With You

Best Featured Actor in a Play
Matthew Beard, Skylight
K. Todd Freeman, Airline Highway
Richard McCabe, The Audience
Alessandro Nivola, The Elephant Man
Micah Stock, It’s Only a Play

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

Christian Borle, Something Rotten!
Andy Karl, On the Twentieth Century
Brad Oscar, Something Rotten!
Brandon Uranowitz, An American in Paris
Max von Essen, An American in Paris

Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Victoria Clark, Gigi
Judy Kuhn, Fun Home
Sydney Lucas, Fun Home
Ruthie Ann Miles, The King and I
Emily Skeggs, Fun Home

Best Director of a Play
Stephen Daldry, Skylight
Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Scott Ellis, You Can’t Take It With You
Jeremy Herrin, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Moritz von Stuelpnagel, Hand to God


Best Featured Actress in a Play
Annaleigh Ashford, You Can’t Take It With You
Patricia Clarkson, The Elephant Man
Lydia Leonard, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Sarah Stiles, Hand to God
Julie White, Airline Highway

Best Lighting Design of a Musical
Donald Holder, The King and I
Natasha Katz, An American in Paris
Ben Stanton, Fun Home
Japhy Weideman, The Visit

Best Choreography
Joshua Bergasse, On the Town
Christopher Gattelli, The King and I
Scott Graham & Steven Hoggett, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Casey Nicholaw, Something Rotten!
Christopher Wheeldon, An American in Paris

Best Orchestrations
Christopher Austin, Don Sebesky and Bill Elliott, An American in Paris
John Clancy, Fun Home
Larry Hochman, Something Rotten!
Rob Mathes, The Last Ship

The 69th Tony Awards nominations are out! FUN HOME and AN AMERICAN IN PARIS lead with 12 nominations! 

Fun fact about this years nominations is The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, a play, is one of the nominees for Best Choreography!

See the compelte list belo0w:

Best Leading Actor in a Play
Steven Boyer, Hand to God
Bradley Cooper, The Elephant Man
Ben Miles, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Bill Nighy, Skylight
Alex Sharp, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Best Leading Actress in a Play
Geneva Carr, Hand to God
Helen Mirren, The Audience
Elisabeth Moss, The Heidi Chronicles
Carey Mulligan, Skylight
Ruth Wilson, Constellations

Best Leading Actor in a Musical
Michael Cerveris, Fun Home
Robert Fairchild, An American in Paris
Brian d’Arcy James, Something Rotten!
Ken Watanabe, The King and I
Tony Yazbeck, On the Town

Best Revival of a Play
Skylight
The Elephant Man
This Is Our Youth
You Can’t Take It With You

Best Revival of a Musical
On the Town
On the Twentieth Century
The King and I

Best Leading Actress in a Musical
Kristin Chenoweth, On the Twentieth Century
Leanne Cope, An American in Paris
Beth Malone, Fun Home
Kelli O’Hara, The King and I
Chita Rivera, The Visit

Best Musical
An American in Paris
Fun Home
Something Rotten!
The Visit

Best Play
Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar
Hand to God by Robert Askins
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Simon Stephens
Wolf Hall Parts One & Two by Hilary Mantel and Mike Poulton

Best Book of a Musical
Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell, Something Rotten!
Lisa Kron, Fun Home
Craig Lucas, An American in Paris
Terrence McNally, The Visit

Best Score
John Kander and Fred Ebb, The Visit
Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, Something Rotten!
Sting, The Last Ship
Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron, Fun Home

Best Scenic Design of a Musical
Bob Crowley and 59 Productions, An American in Paris
David Rockwell, On the Twentieth Century
Michael Yeargan, The King and I
David Zinn, Fun Home

Best Orchestrations
Christopher Austin, Don Sebesky and Bill Elliott, An American in Paris
John Clancy, Fun Home
Larry Hochman, Something Rotten!
Rob Mathes, The Last Ship

Best Scenic Design of a Play
Bunny Christie & Finn Ross, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Bob Crowley, Skylight
Christopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
David Rockwell, You Can’t Take It With You

Best Costume Design of a Play
Bob Crowley, The Audience
Jane Greenwood, You Can’t Take It With You
Christopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
David Zinn, Airline Highway

Best Lighting Design of a Play
Paule Constable, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Paule Constable and David Plater, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Natasha Katz, Skylight
Japhy Weideman, Airline Highway

Best Director of a Musical
Sam Gold, Fun Home
Casey Nicholaw, Something Rotten!
John Rando, On the Town
Bartlett Sher, The King and I
Christopher Wheeldon, An American in Paris

Best Scenic Design of a Play
Bunny Christie & Finn Ross, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Bob Crowley, Skylight
Christopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
David Rockwell, You Can’t Take It With You

Best Featured Actor in a Play
Matthew Beard, Skylight
K. Todd Freeman, Airline Highway
Richard McCabe, The Audience
Alessandro Nivola, The Elephant Man
Nathaniel Parker, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Micah Stock, It’s Only a Play

Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Victoria Clark, Gigi
Judy Kuhn, Fun Home
Sydney Lucas, Fun Home
Ruthie Ann Miles, The King and I
Emily Skeggs, Fun Home

Best Director of a Play
Stephen Daldry, Skylight
Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Scott Ellis, You Can’t Take It With You
Jeremy Herrin, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Moritz von Stuelpnagel, Hand to God

Best Featured Actress in a Play
Annaleigh Ashford, You Can’t Take It With You
Patricia Clarkson, The Elephant Man
Lydia Leonard, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Sarah Stiles, Hand to God
Julie White, Airline Highway

Best Lighting Design of a Musical
Donald Holder, The King and I
Natasha Katz, An American in Paris
Ben Stanton, Fun Home
Japhy Weideman, The Visit

Best Choreography
Joshua Bergasse, On the Town
Christopher Gattelli, The King and I
Scott Graham & Steven Hoggett, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Casey Nicholaw, Something Rotten!
Christopher Wheeldon, An American in Paris

Best Featured Actor in a Musical

 Christian Borle, Something Rotten!
Andy Karl, On the Twentieth Century
Brad Oscar, Something Rotten!
Brandon Uranowitz, An American in Paris
Max von Essen, An American in Paris

Best Costume Design of a Musical
Gregg Barnes, Something Rotten!
Bob Crowley, An American in Paris
William Ivey Long, On the Twentieth Century
Catherine Zuber, The King and I