I saw the top image awhile ago in this Urbanite post (though they unfortunately didn’t credit the source and while I did my best to find the original with a Google reverse image search, I didn’t have any luck.), which was actually for the Louboutins. I could never walk in skyscraper heels, so while I appreciate them from a certain viewpoint (that viewpoint being that they’re worn by anybody but me because I would break all of my leg bones and my neck), my eyes went right to that heart-stopping red lips clutch instead.
I didn’t know who made it, so I just Googled “red lips clutch” and found it right away. And look! It’s only $420!!!!!!!!!!
list 10 favorite characters (one per series/fandom) then tag 10 people
I was tagged by these lovely people: flazy2thedailygiggycarlllgallaghrrrmickeysavesianbellafarellanorthsfirerawarn
1. Mickey Milkovich - Shameless US
2. Charlie Kelly - It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
3. Gob Bluth - Arrested Development
4. Simon Bellamy - Misfits
5. Saboo - The Mighty Boosh
6. Rick Dagless MD - Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace
7. Leslie Knope - Parks & Recreation
8. Murray Hewitt - Flight of the Conchords
9. Jesse Pinkman - Breaking Bad
10. Matt Murdock - Daredevil
I don’t know who hasn’t done this yet?? UHM
Imagine Six Finger Satellite circa Severe Exposure, synths fully integrated into the band, except the
guitar and bass have been replaced by a rather well-played xylophone. Imagine
the attitudes that would allow such a development to occur, and you have the
tone and shape of Brando’s Island, a Melbourne band that rose from the wreckage
of The Zingers, reviewed here not so long ago. Electronics buzz like a
lawnmower, confrontational dance beats ride out, gobfuls of words spill forth,
and those sticks do their own dance all over the high register. Both songs 100%; no other
band sounds like this at all in our current year, and none have ever come
across quite like them. Whether this could sustain a whole album remains to be
seen, but if The Zingers could, I feel like Brando’s Island (god, what a name!) would pull through. The adjunct feelings of how the downsizing of Easter Bilby
distro in the coming year will effect the amount and quality of Australian
submissions to Still Single are still
smarting, but we can look back and say that we had this. Outstanding single. (http://milliondollarrecs.bigcartel.com)
I think The Cosmic realm, the realm outside any of the universes in the AT multiverse, where the metaphysical and supernatural properties in Adventure Time come from, used to be governed by crystal people, but is not anymore.
First we have the confirmed crystal-based authority constructs in the cosmic realms, like the crystal which tells Cosmic Owl which dream to go to
Or the Crystal Citadel, a prison where criminals who commited Cosmic crimes are sent to
The Enchridion, a tome used to create a portal into the cosmic realm, is ruled by the “gems of power”.
Grob Gob Glob Grod is a cosmic entity and a crystal based politician, whose referred to almost as a god in Ooo.
I think it’s safe to say Crystal domination is apparent in the Cosmic realm as a whole.
So why am I saying they’re no longer in power?
First of all, the fact that Grob lives on Mars and not their home dimension
Secondly, other non-crystal species have been fighting over their territory
But most important of all, they have no leader and their dimension is a wreck.
When Finn and Jake visit the Crystal Dimension early on in the series, the dimension is empty and broken, it’s got about 3 guardians and little to no citizens and no leader.
The crystal guardians had to force Tree Trunks to become their leader (which feeds her in lust for power, supporting the first part of the theory), called Quartzion The Crystal Queen. They have to turn Finn into crystal because their population is almost nothing.
Why were the Crystals so powerful that their machinery still runs the multiverse, and what happened to them?