lady mad

5 things

So I was tagged by both @biadoreownsmysoul and @ditareyesblog to do a list of 5 things that make me happy. Thanks for the tags 💖

So here goes

1. - Drag - I decided to do this all as one to cover all of the Queens and shows that I love, otherwise it would take over the whole list and then some! But it genuinely brings me so much happiness and joy, and such a sense of community and support. ( I still have to give a particular shout out to my love, Adore) 💖

2. - My family. I am lucky enough to have an amazing and supportive family who I genuinely enjoy spending time with.

3. - My cats (and pretty much every cat.) I’m a mad cat lady, what can I say.

4. - My group chat. This is with some friends I met when I see Adore who quickly became some of my closest friends, the chat is always on the go to talk about anything and everything, it is great knowing that they are always there to chat to at any time. (Even if you sometimes do something for a couple of hours and come back to 1248 messages)

5. Music - I am pretty much attached to my headphones constantly when I’m home, I couldn’t do without it, it keeps me sane.

Ok, so now I have to tag 10 pages, so here goes - @courtneyskoala @adoredelanoe @katyaapetrovna @theofficialcunt @currentreigning @kiarraisinvisible @failingandhiding @getfuckedbrenda @i-flood-my-basement @adoreblelano @jo080284 @biancahaylock @trixies-padding

now, I don’t understand. Supernatural set Castiel up to be a father figure for Claire, right? That was the whole point of Claire’s storyline, to give Cas a sense of his own family etc etc

But then, supernatural also set up Dean as Claire’s father figure? But they didn’t do the same with Sam.

Like, that is something spn did ON PURPOSE.

they literally made Cas and Dean Claire’s dads.

The Coca Cola “America the Beautiful” commercial

The Schuyler Sisters singing “and sisterhood”

Lady Gaga singing Born This Way

This Super Bowl is asking “How mad can we make all the racists, sexists, and homophobes?” AND I’M LOVING IT.


film meme {½} decades ☰ 1960s

Hundreds of full-length films were produced in the 1960s. Historical drama films continued to include epics. Psychological horror films extended beyond the typical monster horror into more twisted films. Comedy films became more elaborate, setting in more comedy-dramas and welcomed a new form of satire because of the success of Kubrick’s 1964 film Dr. Stangelove. Spy films welcomed more tech. And fantasy and sci-fi films were made with a more wider range of special effects.  Beginning in the middle of the decade due to the start of the cultural revolution and the abolition of the Hays Code, films became increasingly experimental and daring and were taking shape of what was to define the 1970s.

“I’m not going to teach him to sell candies. He’s just out here until it’s time for school. My mom brought me out here as a child. I had nine brothers and sisters. All of us had to sell candies on the street. I started when I was five years old. I never got an education. I’m not able to read very well. This is really all I know. Some people put me down. One lady got mad at me recently and told me that she’d never buy anything from me, and that a supermarket near her house was hiring. I got really depressed. It was hard to put my head up after that. But there are also people out here who support me. I have some friends who walk by and talk to me every day. My friends from the bank told me, ‘Don’t worry about that lady. She doesn’t know you. You’re a great person.’”

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)