nobody here listens to good music

The signs as Heather C. quotes (musical)
  • Aries: " showing up here took some guts, time to rip them out :) "
  • Taurus: " you've come so far, why now, are you pulling on my dick? "
  • Gemini: " hello, slut :) "
  • Cancer: " Myriad? Nice. "
  • Leo: " for a greasy little nobody, you do have good bone structure "
  • Virgo: " well fuck me gently with a chainsaw "
  • Libra: " I'm feeling nice, here's some advice, listen up, BIOTCH "
  • Scorpio: " sHUT UP HEATHER "
  • Sagittarius: " [shouting] IT'S NOT A PARTY WITHOUT CORN NUTS "
  • Capricorn: " I got paid in puke! "
  • Aquarius: " Jesus! You're making me sound like air supply. "
  • Pieces: " I'm like oxygen, I'm everywhere. "
ID #12532

Name: Dasha
Age: 16
Country: Canada

Oh boy, where do I start? Hello, my name is Dasha, and I’m just about to finish my junior year of high school; I’ll be going into my last year this fall. My family is originally from Russia and I speak Russian fluently, but I’ve lived in Canada for the past thirteen years now, so my English is pretty darn good and I even manage to speak without an accent. I also speak a bit of French and am currently attempting to learn Korean because it’s just such a beautiful language.

I absolutely love math and physics for god knows what reason (if anybody needs help with their homework I’m here for ya fam), but I also enjoy English as well as art history. I really enjoy reading, and I’ve read things ranging from standard teen fiction (Six of Crows, Red Rising, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, the rest of the books on my bookshelf that I’m too lazy to look over my shoulder at to figure out the titles of), to Stephen King, and Ayn Rand.

Other than reading in my spare time I also draw, write bad stories, practice piano (a.k.a annoy my family by playing way too much Chopin and Kabalevsky), watch weird shows on Netflix, procrastinate with doing my homework, train kickboxing and jiu jitsu, and keep spending too much of my paycheck buying cacti and succulents.

I’d like to think I’m a supportive person with a good sense of humor that loves learning new things and exchanging stories and experiences with other people. So if anybody just wants to talk, or needs to rant to somebody, or maybe wants to debate something, or if you just want to exchange good music: honey, I’m here, I’ve got time to listen, and I just want to get to know new people.

Preferences: Preferably nobody too much older than me, but other than that just come as you are, regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, etc.

November Playlist

All Time Low - Therapy

Daughtry - I’ll Fight

Goo Goo Dolls - Something For The Rest Of Us

Anna Nalick - Breathe (2AM)

The Beatles - Yesterday

Birdy - Skinny Love

Daughtry - Undefeated

Blink-182 - I Miss You

The Cab - Endlessly

The Shins - Simple Song

The Fray - She Is

Coldplay - A Sky Full Of Stars

Sixx:A.M. - Drive

Daughtry - Waiting For Superman

David Stewart (ft. Ed Sheeran) - Heaven

Eagles - Learn To Be Still

Goo Goo Dolls - Feel The

Nirvana - Heart Shaped Box

Troye Sivan - Happy Little Pill

My Chemical Romance - Na Na Na (…)

5 Seconds Of Summer - If You Don’t Know

Hozier - Take Me To Church

Florence And The Machine - Dog Days Are Over

Tigers That Talked - 23 Fears

The 1975 - Robbers

Sleeping With Sirens - Feel

Fall Out Boy - Centuries

The Fray - Hold My Hand

Green Day - Are We The Waiting

Ed Sheeran - I See Fire

Skillet - Say Goodbye

Guns N Roses - Patience

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Represent

Hozier - Arsonists’s Lullaby

The Killers - A Dustland And Fairytale

Journey - Faithfully

Mikelwj - Serendipity And Zemblanity

Jason Walker - Don’t Know

Matt Cardle - Letters

The Summer Set - When We Were Young

Sleeping With Sirens - Satellites

My Chemical Romance - The World Is Ugly

Plumb - Unlovable

Guns N Roses - November Rain

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Your Guardian Angel

Sam Smith - Not In That Way

Nirvana - Come As You Are

Rise Against - Dirt And Roses

SafetySuit - Apology

The Script - It’s Not Right For You

Sixx:A.M. - Are You With Me

Death From Above - Trainwreck 1979

The Strokes - Someday

Two Door Cinema Club - I Can Talk

Jimmy Eat World - Pain

Rise Against - People Live Here

5 Seconds Of Summer - Wherever You Are

Fall Out Boy - Golden

Good Charlotte - Emotionless

Nirvana - School

The Strokes - Is This It

Arcade Fire - We Used To Wait

The Fray - Be Still

The Script - Nothing

Issues - Never Lose Your Flames

Lifehouse - Nobody Listen

The Maine - Every Road

Nickelback - Good Times Gone

Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens
Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five
Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens

Song: Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens / Let the Good Times Roll

Artist: Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five

Record Label: Decca Records 23741

Recorded: June 26, 1946

Location: KTI Radio

You’ll hear this song come up on KTI Radio while driving around the streets of Los Angeles. It’s also featured on a soundtrack as a remix by DJ Premier.

It’s an amusing song about Farmer Brown coming across a rather dim-witted miscreant hiding out in the hen house. When the farmer asks, “Who’s there?”, he replies, “There ain’t nobody here but us chickens!”

This song was the No. 1 single of 1946 on Billboard R&B and peaked at No. 6 on the Pop chart.

Louis Jordan was one of the few African-American artists from the first-half of the twentieth century to have a successful crossover following among both black and white audiences. During the swing era, he earned the nickname “The King of the Jukebox” due to regularly topping the Rhythm & Blues “race” charts and having multiple simultaneous Top Ten hits on the Pop charts, ranking fifth on Billboard’s all-time most successful black recording artists. To this day, he still ranks as the top black recording artist with the most weeks at No. 1, earning eighteen No.1 singles and fifty-four Top Ten hits. Four of the singles were million-sellers and from July 1946 - May 1947, he held the No. 1 spot for 44 consecutive weeks with five separate songs.

Jordan was born in Brinkley, Arkansas to James Aaron Jordan, local music teacher and bandleader. His mother, Adell, died when he was young. He studied music under his father, eventually learning the clarinet, saxophone, and piano while playing in his father’s bands. He attended Arkansas Baptist College and majored in music. By 1932, he became playing with the Clarence Williams and Charlie Gaines bands.

In 1936, he was invited to join Chick Webb’s Savoy Ballroom Orchestra. Webb was a fine musician, but physically disabled, allowing Jordan to work on his showmanship introducing songs and singing lead. A young Ella Fitzgerald was also coming into prominence as the band’s lead female vocalist. They often sung duets on stage and would later reprise their partnership when both became major stars. However, in 1938, Webb fired Jordan for trying to convince band members, including Fitzgerald, to join his new band. Webb would pass away from tuberculosis in 1939 leaving Fitzgerald to take over the band.

His band band landed a recording contract with Decca Records in 1938 as The Elks Rendezvous Band. The original lineup was scaled down from a nine-piece to a sextet with Jordon on saxophone and vocals, Courtney Williams on trumpet, Lem Johnson on tenor sax, Clarence Johnson on piano, Charlie Dryaton on bass, and Walter Martin on drums. Martin’s use of tympany (or timpani) drums inspired a new name for the band, the “Tympany Five”.

Though the band had several hits, the first to reach the charts was “I’m Gonna Leave You on the Outskirts of Town”, a response to his earlier recording “I’m Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town”. It hit No. 2 on Billboard’s Harlem Hit Parade which was followed his his first No. 1 hit “What’s the Use of Getting Sober” in 1942. In 1943, “Five Guys Named Moe” would exemplify Jordon’s fast-paced swinging R&B style that would become his trademark.

Jordon’s influence on music is credited to becoming one of the precursors of rock and roll with major artists, such as Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and James Brown citing him as a inspiration. His fast-spoken vocal delivery has also been likened to the beginnings on rap. His wide body of work even inspired a 1990 Broadway musical revue based on his songs with the title taken from one of his compositions, Five Guys Named Moe.

Listen to the flip side featuring another of his compositions, “Let the Good Times Roll”, here.

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A STREXMIX for everyone’s favorite SMILING Host!

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  1. When You’re Smiling - Dixie Strollers
  2. I Feel Fantastic - Jonathan Coulton
  3. Butterfly Caught - Massive Attack
  4. Pleasantville - Pleasantville soundtrack - Randy Newman
  5. You Are My Sunshine - Elizabeth Mithcell
  6. Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz
  7. Tape Song - The Kills
  8. We Could Use Your Blood - Lone Wolf
  9. The Robots - Kraftwerk
  10. Upside Down Frown - They Might Be Giants
  11. Didn’t Leave Nobody But The Baby - Andrew Diego
  12. The Perfect Life - Moby, ft. Wayne Coyne
  13. Sleep Tight - Velvet Ears

anonymous asked:

So I'm not good at art or writing stories. But I love music. If I may suggest that anyone that likes R76 should definitely listen to Trapdoor by Twenty One Pilots. It's a good listen!!! "He wakes up early today. Throws on a mask that will alter his face Nobody knows his real name But now he just uses one he saw on a grave"

Thanks for suggesting! You can create a tracklist and share here if you want!

-Mod G

i was tagged by @gimpywizard 💙
im not good at tagging so here are some mutuals that are in my activity feed @thegurlthatisataco @leoluri
@i-saw-a-kingsnake-today and anyone else who wants idk

relationship status: HAHAHAHAHA yeah people don’t like me

favourite colour: any shade of blue really but prussian blue holds a special place in my heart

lipstick or chapstick: lipstick my dude

last song i listened to: i’m p sure it was either Frank Sinatra or something off the moana soundtrack. either way great music

last movie i watched: Power Rangers, my sister just bought it and i /love/ power rangers ok

top 3 characters: nooooooo. whhhyyyyy? ok i think Obi Wan Kenobi (Star Wars), Peter Parker (Marvel), and Robin (Dc) (( i can’t pick between the Robins so that’s all you get))

top 3 ships: Pharrah/Mercy (Overwatch), Steve Rogers/Bucky Barnes (Marvel), McCree/Hanzo (Overwatch)

books/manga: ok let me just say these questions are so hard i have so much love why must i choose favourites? ok let me see, i love The Legend of Holly Clause by Brittney Ryan, Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen by Serena Valentino, and Akagami no Shirayuki Hime by Sorata Akizuki (i like fairy tales ok)

top 5 musicals: Hamilton, Les Mes, Phantom of the Opera, The King and I, and The Sound of Music

None of these are in any particular order cause it’s so hard picking favourites

mcmartinsci  asked:

best musicals to watch and where can I watch them (as in, not live)

Alrighty, so I’m not sure where you stand with musical theatre, so I’m just going to mix my faves with some must-sees. 


I don’t care that everybody is a total musical theatre snob about Wicked, it’s one of my favorites and I think the music is great. Plus, the plot line kills me and I am a hardcore Fiyeraba shipper. This version has my favorite– Donna Vivino. I love her Elphaba, especially because her No Good Deed is astounding. 


Dogfight is my favorite musical of all time ever. I love the music to bits and pieces. It is about a marine named Eddie who is about to ship out, but the night before he goes he and his fellow marines have a dogfight– put $50 into the pot, and the marine with the ugliest date takes it home. Eddie takes Rose Fenny, who is one of my favorite female characters of all time (I used to be able to fool Akinator with her, but not anymore) to the dogfight, but he ends up genuinely liking her and they spend his last night together. I would suggest you look up the soundtrack before you watch– be sure to check out Pretty Funny and First Date, Last Night, but basically every song is amazing. 

TW: Rape

Spring Awakening

This is easily one of the most provocative musicals on Broadway. It is a folksy rock musical about a group of 14 year olds (played by people in their twenties) growing up in 19th century Germany who have all been shielded by their parents from sex, and therefore are now discovering their own curiosities about adulthood and what it means to grow up. It is absolutely heartbreaking, but the music is amazing and the acting is unreal. There’s a really graphic sex scene at the end of act I, so this musical is not for kiddies. 

TW: Rape, sexual abuse, abortion, suicide

The Last Five Years

Every single link I find for this musical is broken, so I would suggest you grab the movie. It’s worth it! Feel free to listen to the original Broadway cast recording with Norbert Leo Butz or the 2013 revival with Betsy Wolfe, though– those are great. Betsy Wolfe seriously acts the part. Anyways, TL5Y stars Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan (who is one of Broadway’s kings) as they go through their five year relationship. Cathy begins the musical by singing “Jamie is over and Jamie is gone,” as she has just found out that Jamie wants a divorce, officially. Jamie goes through their relationship top-to-bottom (chronologically) and sings about falling in love with her. The only time they sing together is at their wedding and at the very end. Keep an ear out for the musical pattern that plays at the very beginning and occasionally during Cathy and Jamie’s songs. It is the intro to the musical, but words are never applied to it until the final song in the show, when Jamie sing “I could never rescue you/All you ever wanted. No, I could never rescue you/no matter how I tried. All I could do was love you hard and let you go.”

Legally Blonde

This musical is just… hella freaking fun. I can’t actually tell you why it’s good, I just know that it is. The truth is, the writing is only okay, a lot of the instrumentals are cheesy, as are some of the jokes. But for some reason, this thing right here manages to captivate me. Nobody really understands why it’s so good– I’ve had full-fledged conversations about this, it makes no sense– but it might have to do with the amazing development of Elle and Emmet’s relationship. TBH, the musical does it better than the movie. No Reece Witherspoon, but Laura Bell Bundy is unreal. Listen to “So Much Better.” You will feel empowered. 

Phantom of the Opera

I think this is just one of those musicals everybody should see. The link I’ve provided above is for a version with Norm Lewis (the first black Phantom and an extraordinarily talented human being) and Sierra Boggess (who is most people’s favorite Christine, if I’m not mistaken, and she’s also an actual Disney Princess). If you want a more HD version, there’s a 25th anniversary that used to be on Netflix (I remember because my friends and I came home after a school dance a few years ago and watched it because the dance sucked so bad) and there’s also a movie with Emmy Rossum, who helped me realize just how bi I really am. Anyways, Phantom is the longest running musical on Broadway and is still going. All I Ask of You destroys me and The Final Lair is one of my favorite songs in musical theatre. 

Oncethis is the soundtrack because I couldn’t find a link that wasn’t broken, but it’s still more than worth listening to. I listen to it when I’m writing constantly. 

Fun fact: I saw this when Arthur Darvill was in it. He did a great job. I actually came away from this show screaming about how amazing the set changes were. They danced their way through set changes and it was graceful and beautiful and superb. You’ve probably already heard one of the songs from Once– Falling Slowly won the Oscar for best original song in 2008. This musical is beautiful and has so much heart. The actors sit onstage with their heads down when they’re not in play, and as soon as they’re in the scene, they stand up and walk onto the set. All of them play their own instruments– there isn’t a pit. The story is heart warming and heart breaking at the same time. I don’t even know how to describe it, but I will tell you that it hurts and I cried and I loved every second of it. 

Next To Normal

When thinking about opening up a dialogue about sensitive issues, this musical is one that I would reference. It is about a family that wishes to simply be ‘next to normal,’ but they can’t because the mother has bipolar disorder. This leads to the daughter probably having depression and the father feeling a level of helplessness expressed beautifully by my favorite song in the musical, I’ve Been. Yet the music is totally beautiful and the emotions expressed are raw and painful. Somehow there is still so much joy in the instrumentation. This musical makes you think about what normal truly is (is there such a thing?) and about what it means to be a family. I Am The One, Superbody and the Invisible Girl, and I’m Alive are musical theatre insta-classics. 


I didn’t put a link here because a) I’m pretty sure everyone and their mother has already scene this movie, and b) if you haven’t seen the movie, rent the movie. The original Broadway cast recording has awful awful synth and the cast is the same except for Mimi. Anyways, Rent tells the story of a bunch of misfit New Yorkers in the 90s who are happily embracing the bohemian movement and who are all being either directly or indirectly affected by AIDs. It is sad. You will cry. But it’s also amazing, and the music is beautiful (the I’ll Cover You reprise is my favorite song. Ouch!?). 

Other musicals that I don’t have a link to but you should listen through: Hamilton, 1776 (this is just my personal bias; it’s one of my faves from when I was a smol fry), Heathers, Fun Home, Book of Mormon (just cuz it’s funny.) 

shocking punk news:

uh not all the patches on your shit have to be punk rock, y’know that right???

if this offends you then good, but it’s just fucking stupid to police people’s punk gear by pointing out that the bands on them aren’t exclusively punk rock

i dont have exclusively punk bands on my vests because lets be real here folks, nobody listens to exclusively punk rock

i paint Peter Gabriel’s face on there right underneath the Bad Religion logo because i like both those equally even though Gabriel isn’t a punk rock artist (he’s got the right ideas but not the right music)

 this doesn’t make me any less punk

wearing a Buggles t-shirt that i painted doesn’t make me any less punk, i just like the Buggles and am showing it by wearing a shirt that i painted myself, i might wear a Reel Big Fish shirt the next day and damn i’m still as punk as i was the day before and the day before that

punks are allowed to like stuff that isn’t punk rock, its not some exclusive club where you cant be in unless you only listen to punk rock


This is my “happy place”. The place where I go when I want to see a good sunset or simply to stay and stare the sky. I go there to read a book, to sunbathe or to listen to music. I love this place, is the roof top of my home. Here nobody sees you, I’m free to be myself. I’ve seen amazing sunset from here but also amazing lightning. I go there to stay in peace, to stand alone, watch the horizon and think. This is my happy place, right now. I’m just in love.

I really would love if you share with me where your happy place is. Don’t be scared :)

so while watching the twitcam I really liked all the songs the boys were playing so I went back and made a playlist of almost all the songs they played in the background of the twitcam today, enjoy! 

1. Anyway you Want It- Journey 2. Holiday- Green Day 3. Talk Dirty- Jason Derulo 4. Ignition- R. Kelly 5. What Goes Around Comes Around- Justine Timberlake 6. This is Gospel- Panic! At The Disco 7. In Too Deep- Sum 418. 21 Guns- Green Day 9.You’re Nobody til’ Somebody Loves You-James Arthur 10.Breathing- Jason Derulo

(note: some of these are remixes or not exact due to availabilty on 8tracks)

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Request: " You walk into a room and find EXO Host Club (like from Ouran Highschool Host club. That kind of thing :P ) Thanks! " ~anonymous

감사합니다 ! This is probably my favourite reaction I’ve done :) 

Kris:  “Why hello there, young lady. Welcome to the EXO Host Club. As everyone around here knows, I’m Kris: The Host Club's handsome king.”

Luhan:  “Oh get off your high-horse, Kris. We all know who the real handsome one is.” ;)

Xiumin:  You: “And who are you?”

Xiumin: “The only one you should care about” ;)

Suho:  “I mean, I’m the real leader here, but nobody really cares about that…Maybe I’ll work on my aegyo or something.”

Lay:  “I’m not really good at this. I’m just here because everyone else is… I’m cute though!” :)

Baekhyun:  “Are you sure you want to sit with those losers? I brought you flowers, Miss.”

Chen:  “Don’t listen to the peasants. We all know who the real king around here is” :)

Chanyeol:  “I’m just here for some good background music. Oh you like guitars? Well then come sit with me!” *gets really excited and plays very well because someone finally commented on his playing*

D.O:  “If you’re looking for the mysterious type, you’ve found him.”

Tao:  “Let’s just face the facts: I’m the coolest one here.”

Kai:  “Hey sexy. Wanna sit over here?”

Sehun:  *When you finally decide to sit with Sehun*

*Gifs are not mine. Credit to owners :) *

i’m still crying over the cover of revival i am so extremely proud of her she seems so confident with herself even after all the shit people throw at her for every little thing she does, she can never please nobody expect for her fans the people who truly love and support her, she’s doing this for us and for herself to come out of her comfort zone and be the person she always wanted to be and i am so here for it, she’s finally back with this new music new sound new era new everything, she’s coming back at us with her realest self and i couldn’t be happpier or prouder of her, the album is doing so well so far, good for you is such a hit, i could listen to it a multiple times and still i be jamming so hard to it, and the fact that a lot of people approved even those who aren’t fans of her or her music, but they still liked this song, selena is doing so well this is a more serious thing its been a huge come back so far this is gonna be the her best era for sure 

Rules and Regulations

Written for the Destiel Ficlet Challenge

Prompt: Lights and Cameras

Partner: Irebelledforthis


Castiel will never understand how the person responsible for delivering mail to the apartment building keeps their job.  How difficult is it to tell a three from a four?  He’s lost track of how many times he’s ended up with mail in his box addressed to the apartment directly above his.  Usually, it’s those advertising flyers that everyone gets or the occasional credit card offer.  Once it was a glossy magazine all about cars or mechanics or something.  For the most part, he’ll recycle the ads or, if it looks like something worth keeping, he’ll leave it on the little table next to the mailboxes.  This one, though.  This one looks important. 

It’s from the department of traffic enforcement. 

Castiel turns the envelope over in his hands as he decides what to do.  He could chance leaving it here for his neighbor to find.  But what if it’s a summons or legal matter?  If it gets lost or thrown out and some sort of penalty results, well, then at a certain level, it would be his fault.  It’s probably best if he takes it directly up to apartment 4C where Dean Winchester lives.

He climbs the stairs to the fourth floor.  The long, white-painted hallway with the fraying grey carpet looks identical to his own on the third floor.  Just like his, apartment 4C is the second door on the right.  Standing outside, he can hear rock and roll music playing through the door.  He’ll knock one time, he decides, and if there’s no answer then he’ll slip the envelope under the door. 

It’s not like he doesn’t know who Dean Winchester is.  He’s spent the last three months living beneath him and in that time, he’s learned to recognize some of the classic rock he insists on playing most nights and there’s no mistaking the sleek black car he keeps parked in the lot.  Everything about him is loud and brash and Castiel is quite sure that Dean is never lacking for female attention.  With that swagger and leather jacket and those green eyes—

Castiel only realizes he’s still standing motionless outside Dean’s door when the door from the stairs opens.  Turning, he sees a woman digging keys out of her purse to open 4B.  He nods a greeting to her, then raps quickly on the door.  


Immediately he hears footsteps approaching and, for a quick moment considers shoving the envelope under the door and dashing for the stairs.   But then the door opens and Dean is standing there, the music louder now.  He’s dressed in a well-worn green Henley and Castiel might be more than a little distracted by the way he has the sleeves pushed up.

Probably he should say something instead of standing here with the envelope clutched in one hand.

Dean furrows his brow.  “Cas, right?  From downstairs?”  Before Castiel can respond, Dean’s eyes widen.  “Oh hey, man, is the music too loud?  I didn’t think it was but I can turn it down if it’s bothering you.”

“No, no.  That’s not it,” Castiel says.  “I, uh, this was in my mailbox and it looks important so—“

”Come on in,” Dean says, taking the envelope from him while opening the door wider and stepping back. 

Castiel had no intention of talking to Dean, much less entering his apartment, but he finds himself taking a few steps inside.  As Dean closes the door behind them, Castiel chances a quick look around.  The layout of Dean’s apartment is identical to his own, of course, but Dean’s is sparsely furnished.  A futon sits in the middle of the living room facing a small television perched on an unfinished chest of drawers.  An actual record player is surrounded by a couple of bright orange milk crates filled with albums.  Castiel doesn’t have a lot of furniture either but his favorite armchair holds the blanket his sister crocheted for him and the south-facing window is lined with a variety of plants that thrive in the sunshine. 

While he’s looking around, Dean has opened the envelope and he’s peering at the papers inside.

“You have got to be kidding me,” he says.  He thrusts the paper at Castiel.  “Can you believe this?  This crap can’t actually be legal.”  He rattles the papers until Castiel takes them from his hand.

It’s a traffic ticket for a red light run at the intersection of Fifth and Sullivan Streets.  It includes a photo taken from the traffic camera mounted on a light pole. 

“How can that be proof?” Dean argues.  “Those things are probably rigged.”

Castiel studies the picture.  “It certainly appears to be your car,” he says.  “It’s pretty distinctive and that is your license plate, correct?” 

Dean snatches the picture back.  “Okay, but look.  That might not even be me driving.”

Castiel wonders if Dean has a girlfriend he lets drive what appears to be his prized possession.  “Has someone else been driving your car?” he ventures.

“Of course not!”  Dean looks horrified at the very thought.  “But my point is that you can’t tell it’s me so how can it be legal?”  He looks smug now, pleased with his own argument.

Castiel holds out the letter that accompanied the picture.  “It says here that you can appear in traffic court if you wish to contest it.”

Dean pushes a hand through his hair and Castiel pretends not to notice the way it stands in short spikes.  “Shit.  Two hundred and eighteen bucks.”

Castiel can see that he’s upset.  He knows he should say something comforting at this point.  But the logical part of his brain overrides things and what comes out is, “Perhaps next time you’d be better off not breaking the law.”

Dean stares at him for a long moment, surprising Castiel when his mouth curves into a smile.  “Oh, a goody-two-shoes, huh?” He takes a step towards Castiel, leans in and winks.  “I know your type, Cas.  Usually means you’re hiding something.” 

Castiel feels his face redden as he pushes the paper back to Dean.  “Good luck,” he says as he hurries to the door.

Downstairs he opens his own door just enough to slip inside, then closes it firmly behind him.  He leans against the door and breathes, listening to the muffled sound of Dean’s music from the floor above.  When he feels something warm brush against his ankle, he bends down and scoops up the skinny black cat.  Golden eyes peer up at him as the cat relaxes in his arms.

“Nobody knows you’re here but me,” he assures her.  “It’ll be fine.”


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i am one of those… i am one of those people who don’t go to parties i am one of those people who stare at the night sky i am one of those people who search the night for only one star to fall i am one of those people who read the whole day i am one of those people who are searching for their soulmates i am a geek, i am a bookworm, i am a loser, i am a freak for having good grades or not going out on parties, but i am lonely too. i am sad, i am alone searching for help, but how loud should i scream when nobody is listening, how long should i wait till someone realizes i am here, but who cares in this world for …nobodies


Here is a cover of Sail by Awolnation

My boyfriend and i worked for around 2 days on this (without breaks) to make this as good as possible.

We would greatly appreciate feedback, or even a mere listen, as our aim is to put emotion into music, and for that emotion to be felt.

So if nobody listens to this, then fair enough, but it will take 3 minutes of your time to listen to something that we have put so much heart and soul into.

we had so much fun making this, and we’re looking for more covers of songs to do, so if you can think of any songs to recommened, then either inbox me on my Tumblr page or go to youtube and message us through our channel! We’ve also covered Too Close by Alex Claire and that went down AMAZINGLY

Thankyou SO much if you’re listening! You have already helped out by reading this!