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An Emo (Pop Punk) Christmas

Just a compiled lists of christmas songs/covers:

All I Want For Christmas Is You - My Chemical Romance

Every Snowflake Is Different (Just Like You) - My Chemical Romance

Merry Christmas Kiss My Ass - All Time Low

Fool’s Holiday - All Time Low

White Christmas - Panic! At The Disco

Sickly Sweet Holidays - Dallon Weekes    (Bonus ft:Amelie Weekes)

Christmas Drag - Dallon Weekes

Don’t Jump (It’s Christmas) - Dallon Weekes

Yule Shoot Your Eye Out - Fall Out Boy

What’s This? - Fall Out Boy

Christmas Time Is Here(Live) - Fall Out Boy

Nothing For Christmas - New Found Glory

Ex-Miss - New Found Glory

This Christmas - The Summer Set

Christmas Lights - Yellowcard

I Don’t Wanna Spend Another Christmas Without You - The Ready Set

I Won’t Be Home For Christmas - Blink-182

Happy Holidays, You Bastards - Blink-182

Xmas Sux-Frank Iero

Don’t Shoot Me Santa - The Killers

O Holy Night - Brand New

Right Where You Want Me To Be - A Day To Remember

Last Christmas - Jimmy Eat World

Ho Ho Hopefully - The Maine

Do You Hear What I Hear? - William Beckett

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays - Issues

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - Bowling For Soup

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel - Tyler Joseph

Christmas By The Phone - Good Charlotte

Merry Christmas, I Missed You So - Taking Back Sunday

My Christmas List - Simple Plan

30 Days - Nevershoutnever

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - The Academy Is…

Winter Passing - The Academy Is…

This Christmas (I’ll Burn It To The Ground) - Set It Off

Bonus:

Brendon Urie singing Christmas songs on periscope 

Seasons Greetings from:

  Cobra Starship

Panic! At The Disco 

Fall Out Boy

Ryan Ross

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My Top Ten Releases of 2016

1. Chance The Rapper - Coloring Book

2. A Tribe Called Quest - We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service

3. Anderson .Paak - Malibu

4. Domo Genesis - Genesis

5. Noname - Telefone

6. Jay Prince - Smile Good

7. Dave - Six Paths

8. AJ Tracey - Lil Tracey

9. Frank Ocean - Blonde

10. J. Cole - 4 Your Eyez Only

Friendly reminder that

- Piper is Native American

- Hazel is black

- Frank is Chinese

- Leo is Latino

Please don’t whitewash. Representation is important.

I always kind of laugh when people get into the “Susan’s treatment is proof that C.S. Lewis was a misogynist” thing, because:

Polly and Digory. Peter and Susan. Edmund and Lucy. Eustace and Jill. 

Out of the eight “Friends of Narnia” who enter from our world, the male-to-female character ratio is exactly 1/1. Not one of these female characters serves as a love interest at any time. 

The Horse and His Boy, the only book set entirely in Narnia, maintains this ratio with Shasta and Aravis, who, we are told in a postscript, eventually marry. Yet even here, the story itself is concerned only with the friendship between them. Lewis focuses on Aravis’ value as a brave friend and a worthy ally rather than as a potential girlfriend–and ultimately, we realize that it’s these qualities that make her a good companion for Shasta. They are worthy of each other, equals. 

In the 1950s, there was no particularly loud cry for female representation in children’s literature. As far as pure plot goes, there’s no pressing need for all these girls. A little boy could have opened the wardrobe (and in the fragmentary initial draft, did). Given that we already know Eustace well by The Silver Chair, it would not seem strictly necessary for a patently ordinary schoolgirl to follow him on his return trip to Narnia, yet follow she does–and her role in the story is pivotal. Why does the humble cab-driver whom Aslan crowns the first King of Narnia immediately ask for his equally humble wife, who is promptly spirited over, her hands full of washing, and crowned queen by his side? Well, because nothing could be more natural than to have her there. 

None of these women are here to fill a quota. They’re here because Lewis wanted them there. 

Show me the contemporary fantasy series with this level of equality. It doesn’t exist.