ever avenue

  • Friend: What are you thinking about?
  • Me: oh, nothing
  • Me in my head: YO!!!!!GARRY!!!! I'M COMIN' I'M COMIN. OH MY GOD IT'S GARRY COLEMAN! YES I AM! I'M GARRY COLEMAN FROM TV'S DIFF'RENT STROKES. I MADE A LOT OF MONEY THAT GOT STOLEN BY MY FOLKS. NOW I'M BROKE AND I'M THE BUTT OF EVERYONE'S JOKES. BUT NOW I'M HERE THE SUPERINTENDENT OF AVENUE Q!!!!! IT SUCKS TO BE YOOOOOU! YOU WIN! IT SUCKS TO BE YOOOOOU! I FEEL BETTER NOW! TRY HAVING PEOPLE STOPPING YOU TO ASK YOU "WHAT YOU TALKIN' 'BOUT, WILLIS?" It,,,, gets,,,,old,,,,,,,,

blxckbeak  asked:

seduce me w/ a playlist ;)

Aw yah Madison, I can do that! Your name is long…

M: Me and Armini by Emiliana Torrini (one of my faves ever)

A: Avenue by Agnes Obel

D: Dreamy Bruises by Sylvan Esso

I: I Never Learn by Lykke Li

S: Science/Visions by Chvrches (LOVE THEM)

O: Obedear by Purity Ring

N: Nightcall by London Grammar

send me your name and I’ll write you a playlist out of the letters - this is fun ok (I can’t guarantee that these things will go together or have a theme other than I choose songs I really like ok)

so wrightworth avenue q au is a thing that has to happen. i’m sorry. pheen and edgeworth are actually rod and nicky irl its the law

i’m probably gonna do some more with this soon but for now have some crappy doodles!!! (ps @gaylawyerhell idk if you’ve ever seen avenue q but here’s some au garbage for u)

For Always, Forever
Every Avenue
For Always, Forever

For Always, Forever - Every Avenue.

Another late night driving around
We’re losing sunlight so we head downtown
To Woodward, off Charlotte Street
The old place that we used to meet.
We were young and we lived it up
But those nights never lasted long enough
Looking back, we were so naive
What happened to the days when we shared our dreams?
If I could go back now
I wouldn’t change a thing
Oh, it feels so good to say
Guess we made it this far, guess we’re doing alright
Looks like we made it out alive
Yeah, we made our mistakes, but we followed our hearts
Even though we drift apart
For always, forever
Weathered yellow still frames in my head
For always, forever
The sunrise would beat us to sleep
We didn’t wanna go home so we slept on the beach
Oh, the summer never felt so sweet
I still feel the sand underneath my feet
The memories of the nights that faded
I don’t know how the hell we made it
Looking back, we had everything
Those were the days when we shared our dreams
If I could go back now
I wouldn’t change a thing
Oh, it feels so good to say
Guess we made it this far, guess we’re doing alright
Looks like we made it out alive
Yeah, we made our mistakes, but we followed our hearts
Even though we drift apart
For always, forever
The secondhand kiss of a summer night
For always, forever
Even though some time has passed
And we’ve gone our separate ways
No matter how far apart
We’ll always have our memories
If I could go back now
I wouldn’t change a thing
Oh, it feels so good to say
Oh, it feels so good
Guess we made it this far, guess we’re doing alright
Looks like we made it out alive
Yeah, we made our mistakes, but we followed our hearts
Even though we drift apart
For always, forever
Endless copper street-lamps on my mind
For always, forever
At Woodward, off Charlotte Street 

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every avenue - clumsy little heart

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Word! A Caribbean Book Fest

“Dream to Change the World”

Saturday, June 6, 2015, 1-9pm

Medgar Evers College

1650 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225

718 783-8345, 718 270-6218

info@caribbeantheatre.org

Word! A Caribbean Book Fest is an afternoon-long celebration of Caribbean letters and thought for all ages. The program highlights the range and diversity of literary work emanating from the Caribbean and writers invested in the Caribbean Diasporic narrative.

Presented by Caribbean Cultural Theatre with support from Medgar Evers College (CUNY), Caribbean Research Center, Charles Evans Iniss Memorial Library, School of Liberal Studies and Education, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts; Poets & Writers, Inc.

The program is available athttp://www.eventbrite.com/e/word-a-caribbean-book-fest-tickets-16744177285