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Hello! Welcome to the B.A.P ‘Be Happy’ Project, a project organised by the B.A.P member networks that will span over the next seven months. This project is open to any B.A.P fan, regardless of whether they are a part of any of the networks hosting this project! If you want to become a member of the networks, applications are open for some of them so it wouldn’t hurt to check them out!

On the 27th day of the months from March until September, we have organised days to show our love and appreciation for each member of B.A.P by showcasing what it is about them that makes us smile. Basically, what it is about B.A.P that helps us to 'Be Happy’. After all, you can’t spell ‘Be Happy’ without B.A.P.

On each of these days, you can post any original content that you create in order to show off what it is that you love about B.A.P. The specific dates for this project as well as the tags to use are the following: 

27th March - Yongguk (#behappywithyongguk)
27th April - Himchan (#behappywithhimchan)
27th May - Daehyun (#behappywithdaehyun)
27th June - Youngjae (#behappywithyoungjae)
27th July - Jongup (#behappywithjongup)
27th August - Junhong (#behappywithjunhong)
27th September - OT6 (#behappywithbap

Keep in mind that each day is for each specific member, except for OT6 which is for B.A.P as a whole. 

We hope you will take part in the project and help show what it is about B.A.P that makes you happy! You can create any kind of content you wish to: gifs, graphics, fan art, videos, writing and anything else you can think of to help be supportive of B.A.P in any way that you can! You don’t have to be an experienced creator; first timers are more than welcome!

If you have any questions, you can ask any of the following networks: @yongguk-net​, @kimhimnet​, @daenet​, @yjaynet​, @mjupnet​, @zelo-net

i would watch the fuck out of a benjamin sisko cooking show

Welcome to the Football Blogs Directory!

Hello! Our goal here is to unite the football community on tumblr through a directory of all the blogs on the site. In the directory, you can filter through the blogs by the football clubs they support.
This blog will host a plethora of events to hopefully bring people together through our love for the beautiful game.

The directory currently has the clubs of the top 5 leagues in Europe listed, (Serie A and Ligue 1 incomplete) but as the directory grows, more leagues, and maybe even national teams will be added.

It’s going to be really fun – contests will be held, live chats will be hosted, and networks might be created (all optional).

>> join here

Please reblog this post so everyone can join!
P.S. I spent hours coding the directory theme so please please join!

Food Network
  • Host: The challenge today is chicken parm
  • Chef: I immediately calm down after hearing that we are making an italian dish-
  • me: hoe don't do it
  • Chef: After all, my family IS italian *pans over a shot of the blondest, palest blue eyed family*
  • me: oh my god

**Please do not alter/delete or self-promote or you will be automatically disqualified**

Hello, so the dazzling Hayley (@survivhal) and I, Liz (@captivahted), wanted to do a collaboration with each other. Not for any reason in particular, other than just the excuse to have fun by hosting our first network together! So with that in mind, Hayley and I present to you, a showcase revealing Tumblr’s Hidden Gems :) 

  R U L E S :   

💎   Must be following Hayley on her blog here, and Me, here.  PLEASE don’t lie or unfollow because we will know.

💎   Likes will not be counted and will only be used as bookmarks. Must reblog once, in order to be considered.

💎   We will be choosing 12 Gemstones (as they are hard to find) 

P E R K S :

💎   New friends (us of course:))

💎   Be featured on a cute page (that’s currently under construction)

💎   Promos of your choice, once a week

💎   Queues upon request 

💎   More followers :)

H I G H E R C H A N C E S :

💎   Reblog this post more than once

💎   Talk to Hayley and I, here or here, we won’t bite and we’d love to make a new friend.

💎   Reblog a lot from us, so that your url will stand out

💎   Send us a message on why you feel like you should be chosen

C A T E G O R I E S :

💎    Sapphire x1  //   Best Icon

💎    Diamond x1  //   Newest Discovery

💎    Lapis x1  //   Best Add Ons + Blog Features

💎    Moldavite x1  //   Best Colour Scheme

💎    Kuznite x1  //   Loveliest Blogger

💎    Rutile Quartz x1  //   Best Posts

💎    Opal x1   //   Most Unique Blog

💎   Citrine x1  //  Best Icon

💎   Andalusite x1  //  Best Url

💎   Garnet x1    //   Best Overall

💎   Rose Quartz x1 // Hayley’s favorite

💎   Morganite x1 // Elizabeth’s favorite

O T H E R S :

💎   Photo found on Google

💎   Banner made by our friend, and the lovely Kealani and her blog can be found here

Here at Cartoon Network, they hosted a Mighty Magiswords gallery in the main lobby.  It was a great means for the Magiswords crew to introduce themselves, their skills, and the show to the rest of the studio!  It was great fun and there were many fantastic pieces, all wildly different from each other!

This was my contribution, inspired by classic movie posters (specifically, the original poster for Star Wars).

Enjoy!

~Drew

Trufax Anon

Wow, that was quick! You leaped into both my inbox and @ajw720​ in a nanosecond the moment Darren’s gig was announced! Scared af, much?

Lemme break it down for you, k? Our beloved Darren is very much still contracted under Fox - did you miss the glaring tag in his tweet?

Just because Darren does a sporadic gig on NBC where he was the host (like he was the host for other networks during his Glee years, for instance LogoTV) or because he guest stars on ONE single special episode on the CW (other Glee cast members did the same) means that his FOX ties are totally over. Artists do that all the time, they simply need to get permission from their main network. NPH asked CBS permission to be on Glee. Chris asked FOX permission to be on Hot in Cleveland, etc. This role will give him renewed fame (I personally think this will be very good for his career) and more female fans to add to their paychecks. Money is the main thing for them, so they would absolutely let him do it for a single episode if it benefits them. It’s a GLEE REUNION! Did you miss the headlines?

This is how it’s being sold on press releases. People are reminded about Glee, more Glee DVDs and CDs are sold! FOX wins.

However, as Dustin Lance Black accurately stated, the backwards thinking and closeting mainly comes from celebrities management and PR. Darren’s *team* is calling the shots. When the Fox contract truly expires (likely this spring), it’s no guarantee that Darren will be free to be himself. Many other factors are involved.

Anon, before you once again cowardly slither into our ask boxes, please do your homework so you don’t make a fool of yourself.

*Deleting caption/self promoting on this post disqualifies you*

hiiii! Siets (ehsprit) and I (refuseh) hosted the all around network together and we thought it was so much fun so we decided to make our own queue group! Our queue is running low so fast and this is a cool way to fix that problem!

R U L E S

  • reblog this post as least once (likes are counted as bookmarks)
  • don’t remove any text/self promote

P E R K S

  • a follow from us if not already following
  • a spot on a cute queue page (still under construction)
  • a constant stream of queues from me and others
  • new blogs to follow and queue from
  • New friends :)

H I G H E R C H A N C E S

  • reblog this more than once
  • Talk to us! Don’t be shy :)
  • have a similar blog style

O T H E R

  • banner made by me (refuseh), photo from trumblr (credits to the owner!)
  • we will pick when we are happy with the notes!

please don’t let this flop…

We wish you all the best of luck!

xx Siets & Mimi

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“WHO WAS THAT GUY FROM FROM THAT THING THAT WAS ON WHEN I WAS A KID?”- AN INFORMATIVE POST

(also known as “the weirdest post I’ve made in a long, long time)

So now that I’ve started doing nostalgia posts, I might as well do a collection post of all the “hosts” children’s networks tend to have. People often remember these, but don’t know the source–partially because they don’t really HAVE a “show” that they’re from. So here’s a quick rundown.

CLAY: This guy hosted Playhouse Disney for a while. He was literally, as you can imagine, Clay. He was voiced by Debbi Derryberry, who also played Jimmy Neutron and Zatch from Zatch Bell.

CHICA: This is…way past my time, but I’m pretty sure this one’s been around for a long time. Chica debuted in 2007, and people who were little then are turning into teens now, so maybe some of you will remember this one. She’s part of segments/a show on the Sprout network. She squeaked. It’s kind of hilarious. Side note: don’t let any toddlers in your care google “chica” without including phrases like “sunny side up show.” Unless you like dealing with toddler nightmares for the next month.

PIPER O’POSSUM: Piper was a host for Nick Jr., starting in 2004. She replaced the ever-popular Face (who we’ll get to). She only lasted about three years, though. She was played by Ali Brustofski, a singer with over 500k subscribers on youtube. She’s only 22, meaning she was only around 11-14 when she did the part.

MOOSE A. MOOSE AND ZEE: These two became emblematic of the preschool block/network Noggin. They lasted from 2003 to 2012, which means that kids who are currently 18 and 8 can both be nostalgic for these characters simultaneously. Zee didn’t speak, but Moose was played by Paul Christie, who played Stick Stickly. They’re both still in use, on Nickelodeon’s Noggin app.

FACE: Face was the Nick Jr. host. He’s beloved by many a 90s kid. He was literally just a face on different colored backgrounds, known for his “hi there, face here! line, and his weird “slide whistle and triangle only” band sound effects. In retrospect, his animations seemed to take about 5 frames and a lot of tweening, but you needed to make a lot of these. Face was played by voice actor Chris Phillips, who’s been an announcer for both Cartoon Network and Nick for a long time. He’s also done voices for Jumbo Studios, playing Roger in the Disney version of Doug, as well as characters in the original Nick version, and father Ernest Otter in PB&J Otter. He’s reprised his role as face for The Splat–check out this interview with him, you’ll definitely recognize his voice from other things.

FEETFACE: Nice name. Feetface was the first host for Noggin, later being replaced by Moose and Zee (they had an actual bumper where he passed torch to them). It’s EXTREMELY hard to find pictures of this dude, probably because he was only around for a year. But I remember him. I still have that song he sung stuck in my head. Playing Feetface was one of the earliest major voice acting roles for Ashleigh Ball, now famous for playing Applejack and Rainbow Dash in MLP: Friendship is Magic.

it’s finally october and you know what that means…

A HALLOWEEN PHANDOM MEETUP HOSTED BY THE TINYSPACEPLANTS NETWORK!!!

🎃 WHEN:

OCTOBER 31ST 12AM-11:59PM YOUR LOCAL TIME
the moment the clock strikes twelve all the pumpkins and skeletons disappear, as if they were never there in the first place

🎃 WHAT TO DO:

post selfies/pictures of your costumes, art, edits, and fics under the tag for the meetup! meet new people, make new friends, reblog others’ posts, and have fun!
we look forward to seeing all of your amazing faces and posts!

🎃 TAGS:

#Halloween phandom meetup
and also #tinyspaceplants if you want it to be reblogged by the net blog@tinyspaceplants!!

questions can go to @tinyspaceplants and we hope to see you there!

'Girls,' 'The Americans,' Network Presidents Panels Added to ATX Lineup

The ATX Television Festival is solidifying its lineup.

Girls, The Americans, Fear the Walking Dead, Fargo, The Leftovers, Playing House and The Mick are several of the latest scripted series headed to Austin for the sixth annual festival, which will take place June 8-11.

For the first time in the festival’s history, ATX will host a networks president panel, featuring NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke, Hulu head of content Craig Erwich, HBO programming president Casey Bloys and FX president of original programming Nick Grad. The panel will cover topics such as branding, audience growth, the changing models of picking up and distributing series, and creating series for TV’s ever changing landscape.

Several upcoming series will also screen at ATX, including John Singleton’s FX drama Snowfall, Mark Duplass’ HBO anthology Room 104, AMC’s Western The Son, Freeform’s Bella Thorne starrer Famous in Love and magazine drama The Bold Type, the Farrelly brothers’ AT&T Audience network comedy Loudermilk and truTV’s Andrea Savage-led half-hour I’m Sorry.

The ABC drama October Road will reunite at the festival, joining previously announced ATX reunions for The Comeback, Designing Women, Northern Exposure and thirtysomething as well as the writers of Alias, among others.

ATX is also pushing into unscripted with a panel on the history of MTV’s reality series, featuring exec producers from The Real World, Road Rules, The Challenge, Jersey Shore, The Hills and Teen Mom. TruTV will also present its new game show Talk Show the Game Show.

Other shows headed to ATX include This Is Us, Grace and Frankie and I’ll Have What He’s Having.

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The Secret Revolution of Ouran High School Host Club
Before Free!, before Uta no Prince Sama, before fujoshi merchandise filled every anime shop in Japan, there was Ouran High School Host Club, which secretly established an entire genre. Rose Bridges finds out how.

I forgot to post this a couple of days ago, but I have a new editorial on Ouran High School Host Club, how it parodied a familiar genre (shojo reverse harems) and in doing so, made way for fujoshi comedies like Free! I’m really proud of this one; it’s the most research-intensive thing I’ve written for ANN, and I think it looks and reads really well, too. Let me know what you think!

With all of this reshuffling of mainstream late-night hosts, one thing’s certain: It’s time for a female host, one who will have more female guests and discuss more issues that directly impact women. Because although over half the population is female, there are still no female hosts on network late night television.