first song of the day


DOES - Bakuchi Dancer single cover

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Countries I’ve Lived In: US, Hungary, the Netherlands

Favourite Fandom:  due South

Languages you Speak: English. A teeny bit of dutch and french. (I can read dutch fairly well but can’t really speak it any more. and I remember french grammar and pronunciation but forgot most of the vocabulary.)

Favourite Film of 2015: Mad Max Fury Road

Last Article You Read: my history is off and i’ve been mostly off my computer all weekend so idk

Shuffle your song library and put the first three titles here:  

Perfect Day - Lou Reed
Purple Rain - Prince
Northwest Passage - Stan Rogers

Last Thing You Bought Online: probably a t-shirt? possssibly a deadpool/stitch mash-up t-shirt?  okay no now it was some minecraft-youtuber figures for middle child’s birthday (which is still a month away but i didn’t want to forget where to find them. I got her a tiny stacy and a sqaishey and a cupquake)

Last Person You Dreamed Of: uhhhh idk? I don’t remember the last actual dream I had that I remembered any of after waking up

Any Reoccurring Dream: that sounds like a thing i should know? i’m not great at remembering dreams though. and idk if i even have any reoccurring ones. being in a house that seems familiar but isn’t my house and being slightly lost, maybe? 

Any Phobias or Fears: heights, a little bit. probably also 10 billion other things that I don’t want to examine or think about? so therefore don’t exist?

How Would Your Friends Describe You: as benton fraser, apparently

How Would Your Enemies Describe You: i don’t know! controlling? anal? annoying? vulgar? uneducated? depends who it is i reckon ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Would you take a bullet for someone: well sure. probably not random people though.

If you had money to spare, what would you buy first: 8 9 10 new windows, two egress windows and a couple entry doors? and rainbow paint. or, okay. lego. obviously. 

tagging: @inconclusionray who told me to do this meme who-knows-how-long-ago + whoever else wants to do it


The Tardis can translate anything. All we have to do is open the doors and read the very first words in recorded history. 

The writing on the cliffs reads “HELLO SWEETIE ΘΣ Φ ΓΥΔϟ”. ΘΣ (Theta Sigma), informally Thete, was a nickname of the Doctor at the Time Lord Academy on Gallifrey. [x]


I’ve been drunk since Friday and I heard a thingy on the radio about one direction fans forcefully introducing the world to a song called No Control, and like I LOVE no control, and all my friends were too hungover to function today, so I drank some more and made this 👍

The First Days of Spring
  • The First Days of Spring
  • Noah And The Whale

Noah And The Whale - “The First Days of Spring”

It’s the first day of spring
And my life is starting over again
Well the trees grow, the river flows
And its water will wash away my sin
For I do believe that everyone
has one chance to fuck up their lives
Like a cut down tree, I will rise again
I’ll be bigger, and stronger than ever before

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Final Bows in ‘Hamilton’ on Broadway (NYT):

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s final bows for his farewell performance in “Hamilton” on Saturday night seemed routine, if overly humble for the departure of the show’s star and mastermind. He even shared his bows with the other cast members also exiting the show, including Phillipa Soo and the Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr.

But then the theme song to “The West Wing” kicked in from the orchestra pit.

Mr. Miranda giggled and took a couple of shy bows, only to turn around and be embraced then pushed back to the front of the stage by Christopher Jackson, who plays George Washington, for a proper bow.

Still, the curtain call lasted no more than two and a half minutes, despite fervent applause, which had been consistent throughout the night. The opening number received multiple standing ovations, as did many others. But Mr. Miranda and other performers would pause for only a minute each time before moving the show forward.

Afterward, in the pouring rain, hundreds and hundreds of fans filled West 46th Street, waiting for Mr. Miranda to emerge from the stage door at the Richard Rodgers Theater.

Instead, Mr. Miranda appeared, “Evita”-like, on a balcony atop the theater’s marquee. Holding an umbrella and waving to fans, he paced from one side of the marquee to the other, occasionally stopping to hold his left hand over his heart to show gratitude.

Then he was gone.

“It’s over, folks,” a police officer yelled as he tried to keep the crowd out of the street. “There’s no more.”


Watch Olaf in the entire “In Summer” sequence from Frozen to help take your mind off the fact that today is the first day of winter.