My list of 5:
1) Sneak out in the middle of the night with someone you like. Drive to the middle of nowhere to simply watch the stars and the moon from the roof. Talk about the universe & everhthing in between.
2) Draw. Sculpt. Or write. Put your tangled thoughts into art. Show it to someone or hide it under your bed.
3) Put yourself first sometimes. Do what you want even if people tell you otherwise. Wear the clothes you want & listen to the music your heart desires. Don’t fall under pressure of pleasig others.
4) Spend 1 or 2 hours alone everyday. Go to a coffee shop & sit by the window. Bring your favorite book or look at the people surrounding you.
5)Go out at night. Dress up for once and make sure to feel beautiful and classy. There is just something strangely exciting about looking like you’ve got it all together but deep down you’re a nervous wreck.
1. a song from the year you were born 2. a song that reminds you of school 3. a song tied to a specific moment in your life 4.
a song that is not sung in your native language 5.
a song over 5 minutes long 6.
a song under 2 minutes long 7.
an instrumental 8.
a classical piece 9.
a song with no percussion 10.
something you’ve heard performed live 11.
something you’d give ANYTHING to hear performed
a song by an artist who’s from where you’re from
a song made suddenly precious because of a
special someone 14.
a song made suddenly awful because of a special
something to BELT SHAMELESSLY/do DIVA HANDS to 16.
something to SCREAM ALONG to 17.
a song for raging 18.
a song that demands lipsyncing into a makeshift
the last song you had stuck in your head 20.
a song you’re dying to master all the words to 21.
a song that you could SLAY at karaoke 22.
a song you can’t help but dance to 23.
a song that makes you want to dance on a table 24.
a song that makes you wanna STRIP 25.
a song with a great music video 26.
a song that makes you act out the music video
when you hear it 27.
a song with counting 28.
a song with spelling 29.
a song with lots of clapping 30.
a song 40 years older than you 31.
a song you wish your parents didn’t know the
words to 32.
a song whose lyrics shocked you once you were old
enough to understand them 33.
a song you have ZERO patience for 34.
a song you’d like your favorite artist to cover 35.
a great song you discovered thanks to a movie 36.
a great song you discovered thanks to television 37.
a song you’re ashamed to have in your music
ok what’s the song you were too ashamed to even
post for #37 39.
the most played song in your music library 40.
favorite disney song
Batgirl (2000) starring Cassandra Cain was the first run I became invested in when I started reading comics a few months ago. Having just finished Issue #36, I just need to gush about my favorite girl.
In #36, Batgirl is tracking down this guy known as Alpha, who has planted a nuclear bomb somewhere in Gotham that’s going to go off really soon. Fortunately, Cass finds him fast enough. Unfortunately, Alpha’s suffering from amnesia and doesn’t even remember that he’s an assassin.
Thinking he’s a secret agent on the side of Good, Alpha helps Batgirl as best he can to the location of the bomb. As they get closer, Alpha remembers a bit more…
And Cass tries to keep him away from the bomb.
She doesn’t want him to remember that he’s an assassin - at least, not immediately. Maybe if he spends enough time being good, he’ll choose to stay good after his memory returns.
Of course, she still needs his help with disarming the bomb, so he doesn’t get anymore time. They reach the bomb, Alpha remembers everything, and he pulls a gun on Batgirl.
She still tries to get through to him.
She’s so dedicated to helping this one man help himself, she takes off her mask. Because if she - daughter of David Cain, trained weapon - can change, so can Alpha.
Look at that guy’s face.
Fortunately for everyone (including Gotham, because you know, this story features nuclear bomb), Alpha has a true change of heart and remote disarms the bomb as he makes his escape.
And when asked about Alpha…
Cassandra lies. To Batman’s face. Let’s be real, he knows she’s lying, she knows he knows she’s lying, but she still lies.
Cassandra believes whole-heartedly that people can change, that people can be better given the opportunity. Given evidence that a villain might reform, she’ll put her money where her mouth is, risking both her civilian ID and her mentor’s ire. She won’t risk other people’s lives (eg she brought him to the bomb knowing it would trigger his memory because nuclear bomb about to go off), but she’ll shoulder personal consequences for a stranger.
Cassandra is just…such a good person. She won’t hesitate to kick ass when necessary, but she still sees people in the villains she fights. It’s a hard worldview to hold onto as a Gotham vigilante, but damn if Cassandra isn’t holding on.