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Chanyeol + Instruments ♬     ♪  (requested by @queenhyo)

So I was just researching about what sort of music was on in 1967 bc I have NO CLUE what sort of music Phil was even listening to, and I stumble across this:

Psychedelic rock is a diverse style of rock music inspired, influenced, or representative of psychedelic culture, which is centred around perception-changing hallucinogenic drugs. Psychedelic rock is intended to replicate and enhance the mind-altering experiences of psychedelic drugs, most notably LSD. Many psychedelic groups differ in style, and the label is often used indiscriminately.[2]

Guess that makes it official.

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She is! She knows how fragile he is right now, from the stuff with Gordon and everything with prison, and now this, but she still stands there claiming to like him while messing with his head? It’s one thing to mess with other people, but don’t do it to Aaron. That scene convinced me she’s been playing them all from the start and I’ll never believe otherwise now. (Robert’s hair is a great thing to focus on, and Ryan and Danny blowing us away.)

i know! it’s just so gross. that’s what i thought imediately after i watch that scene, that this is just her plan to break them up and to convince robert to be with her and their “child” when he things he’s lost everything that matters to him. but i don’t know, maybe that’s just wishful thinking. just the idea of making her a saint in all this pisses me off so much. i just don’t understand what they are doing because that scene looked so much like a part of her plan to get robert idk. (i know, the thrusday episodes and that bathroom scene give me life. honestly, that’s the reason why i can’t stop watching, they are just so good!!!!)

Yes mother, it does hurt when you tell me that I should wear makeup all the time.
Yes mother, it does hurt when you tell people that you wanted a girl but got me instead.
Yes mother, it hurts every time you tell me to go to the gym because I “could lose like ten pounds.”
Yes mother, it hurts that each time I stand up for myself, you get hurt in the process.
And yes mother, I love you so much, and that’s why this hurts.

jaderaven93  asked:

Hi! I'm new to theater stuff, and I was wondering if you or anyone else could explain how the stage door works? I'm flying out from Houston to see Hamilton soon and I don't really know when stage door stuff happens or if there's anything considered acceptable/unacceptable that I should/shouldn't do that's not super obvious. Like, I gather that some of the actors might come out for autographs and pics sometimes, but I don't really know how it works.

after each show, some members of the production will exit through the stage door, which is right next to the main entrance of the Richard Rodgers Theatre (toward 8th Avenue/Les Mis). this is after they’ve finished getting out of costume, greeting any backstage guests they may have, etc., so while swings & others who weren’t onstage for that performance may exit the stage door pretty quickly after the end of the performance, others may take a while.

outside of the obvious standards of being a decent human being, I think the most courteous thing that one can do is to be prepared. have the item you want signed ready, have your pen ready (if you’re using something other than a standard black sharpie, which the performers usually have themselves), have your phone/camera ready, know if someone else is taking your picture or if you want a selfie (some actors like having the phone-owner do the selfie, while others like Zachary Quinto who has touched my phone which is still blessed are better at taking the phone & doing it themselves), etc.. the stage door is what stands between these fine people working their asses off at their jobs & being able to go home, & there’s generally a pretty good-sized crowd for them to get through, so it’s just nice for everyone involved to make the process as easy as possible for all.

also, when lining up, I’d recommend going for length rather then depth – i.e., going farther down the line rather than gathering behind people. it’s just more difficult to try to reach over people & tends to be awkward when you have to semi-push your way past others to try to get someone’s attention. the people who are exiting go all the way down to the line, so you won’t miss someone because of that.

as you’ve implied, not every performer will exit through the stage door for every show. the staff will just start putting away the crowd barriers & closing up shop when the stage door is done for the night. speaking of which: there is, in fact, stage door staff, who may seem more or less happy to be there, but they’re just decent folks doing their job, so if they give instructions, listen up.

have a wonderful time at the show!

anonymous asked:

Sometimes I think we don't really know how much they really love each other. Not even close. It's crazy to put things into perspective. Wth is verse 4? The whole song? And this is just an example. There's so much MORE.

YES ITS SO TRUE. Everything we see is just a small snippet of how they feel and act towards each other. But the fact that they can be around each other so often for so long and still be THAT in love (even just judging from the small fraction we see) is incredible and a real testament to their strength and potential to last

uh… so. I reached 300+ followers so… uh. wow. that’s amazing. I don’t really know what to say… thank you? I honestly never would have thought this would have happened only months before so… wow.