Hey autumn bloggers want to make a delicious pumpkin spice latte at home? Here’s what you’ll need.
4 tablespoons pumpkin purée
2 tablespoons brown sugar
I teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
1 ½ cups milk
1 tablespoon vanilla.
Mix ingredients into small pot and boil, stirring very often. After it boils whisk for two minutes. Add your coffee and top with whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon 🎃
A/N: Flashfics, get ‘em while they’re hot! No really, send in some requests. <3 I’m really bored at work.
Hi! Could I please have a Michael x Reader where they’re doing a live stream and he texts the reader that he’s hungry so she brings brownies to the set…”
Michael rolled his eyes at Gavin’s squawking over some
perceived slight. It had been a while since he was on the RT Podcast instead of
the Off Topic set, but he couldn’t complain. It was nice to relax instead of
sitting on a bar stool for two hours.
“Damn, I’m fucking hungry.” Michael commented, cutting off
“We had pizza right before the fucking podcast!” Geoff said
incredulously, gesturing off-camera to the table that still had pizza boxes
stacked on top of it. Michael shrugged nonchalantly and pulled his phone out of
But can you just imagine being best friends with these morons when you were kids, and they pretended to be the superhero to save you from the evil villain, and when you grow up, they haven’t changed at all
Sounds Like: A John Green book set to a dream-pop soundtrack
For Fans of: Broods, the Neighbourhood, romantic suburban angst
Why You Should Pay Attention: The South Africa-born, Australia-raised Troye Sivan had a Top Ten album last month with Blue Neighborhood and lead single “Wild” has more than 12 million YouTube views. Though he’s only 20 years old, stardom has been 10 years in the making. As a pre-teen he began acting on stage (Oliver!, Waiting for Godot) and on screen (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), but he got his real start just over three years ago with his YouTube channel, becoming a popular vlogger. Still, before he became internet famous, music had been his first love and he released four EPs since 2007 before finally unveiling his debut, Blue Neighbourhood, a lush electropop collection that tackles angsty teen romance in an idyllic manner. “I was very limited for a very long time,” Sivan explains of why he waited so long to release a full-length album. “The song that ended up getting me signed to my record label was a song called ‘The Fault in Our Stars,’ which was my first time producing and writing everything. I did it all myself, and it took ages. If I listen back now, I’m pretty sure I hear glitches.”
For the singer-songwriter, not only did he find pop icons like Michael Jackson and the Spice Girls influential, but he also credits the discovery of Swedish and Scandinavian artists like Robyn and Donkeyboy as a teenager with expanding his ideas of what pop can be. “It was mind-blowing to me that pop music could be really smart and cool and still be pop music and still make you feel as good and still be catchy.” Later on, artists like Lorde and Lana Del Rey — “[With her lyrics,] it’s guaranteed some young person is going to get it tattooed on their body” —paved the way for Blue Neighborhood, showing him ways that youth can be described in smart ways while still reaching a large audience.
He Says: “Most of my visual inspiration comes from spending a lot of time online, scrolling through beautiful Tumblr blogs and finding really cool artists and photographers on Instagram. The artist who did my artwork for the Wild EP and Blue Neighbourhood was an artist I found on Tumblr from Taiwan. I also found the typographer who did the Wild handwriting for the cover art online as well. Most of my discovery and inspiration for visuals comes from online.”
Hear for Yourself: The gorgeous, dreamy “Wild” previewed his sweet and whimsical debut LP.
they spoke about how when we each have kids we’re gonna name them after each other and then when they’re old enough to write we’ll make them sign a contract to be the next 5 seconds of summer. ashton: 2070 we’ll be at this arena. well not us maybe our kids or our kids’ kids but don’t worry! no kids until we’re much older
a fan explained to michael what shoes on phone wires are supposed to mean, he said “my childhood is melting before my eyes”. luke told her “thanks for enlightening us”
luke talked about how when his class got their pen licenses, the teacher got to him and said “no”
they talked about wearing goggles and speedos for swimming
4 girls stood up & asked a question so michael called them the spice girls another group of girls got up & ashton called them little mix
they were very happy
“what’s a good prank in case my school has a prank day?” michael: take thousands of 5sos posters and put them all around the school luke: get some lube and put it on the banisters so when people touch it their hands get sticky ashton: when i was in school we lit bins on fire luke: i didn’t get involved in pranks. i was a good student
“what’s your favorite snapchat filter?” they couldn’t decide & just talked about snapchat for 5 minutes
“what was your favorite part of school?” michael: the seating plan. if you got seated in 3s it was really cool because you’d get to sit next to 2 people you like luke: i didn’t like that. i got sat next to a girl i liked and it made me really nervous
calum and ashton talked about calum’s bass ashton: you didn’t your bass until after the 1D tour, right? calum: no i had my own by then ashton: well you could’ve just agreed with me
listening to 7/27 makes you jump to different eras like from michael jackson to spice girls to suddenly partying a club then missing a girlfiend i never had to falling in love and another genre and like pls more i love it