dudes with styles

What made [Sign of the Times] stand out to me, what made this so special to me is just that it’s a well written, well structured piano ballad (…). I was, again, floored by how good this was, how entertaining this was of a song, how relatable, and how emotional, and how human of a song this was.
—  Music critic Anthony Fantano reviews Sign of the Times

anonymous asked:

long haired yurio.

there he is!

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1997 Bunny vs 2006 Snowball

1998 Rats vs 2001 Lemmiwinks

Comparing South Park style, then and now.

As we can tell with Lemmiwinks, the modern style waited just around the corner, however his movements were somewhat stiff compared to later episodes he appears in.

I don’t even know how to express how cool I think this is.

seagull hell; she just wants 2 nap on the burning sand

//uh sorta response to a prompt/request from the other day! of jasper n amethyst napping together but became ‘fckn curse yr sleeping sister w potato chips’  

Hey y’all remember another big guy dragon nerd?


-I’ll see myself out

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My partner Nick started his own Etsy shop recently to share some of his rad vintage finds. Everything’s super affordable and most things are unisex! He’s specializing in badass 80s/90s apparel♡Show him some luv and check out his shop here:

NicholasVintage on Etsy!

Unlike the rest of his bandmates who have tested out different genres and styles for their solo careers, Styles’ new song aligns much more with the Seventies-inspired pop-rock of One Direction’s more recent albums like Made in the A.M. Above Brian May-esque guitar parts, the singer channels his inner glam rocker for a song reminiscent of Mott the Hoople’s “All the Young Dudes.”