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Female Singers that represent their sign super accurate.

• Aries: Lady Gaga.

• Taurus: Adele.

• Gemini: Azealia Banks.

• Cancer: Ariana Grande.

• Leo: Charli XCX.

• Virgo: Beyoncé.

• Libra: Marina and the Diamonds.

• Scorpio: Lorde.

• Sagittarius: Nicki Minaj.

• Capricorn: Meghan Trainor.

• Aquarius: Alicia Keys.

• Pisces: Rihanna.

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From Ryoutarou to Kenta

Kenta
I got a [Kosaka Ryoutarou] from Kosaka Ryoutarou.

This pink is like my face…
Since he took the trouble to make this* for me.  

As soon as he got to rehearsals he gave it to me.
He’s so cute.  lol

Translation by @nimbus-cloud

*Ryoutarou was making pressed-flower acrylic keychains at his Valentine’s Fan Events with his fans, and had previously tweeted to Kenta that he would make him one after Kenta requested one for himself.

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The 1960s Spider-Man cartoon is not Peter Parker’s finest hour. Moving at nearly a frame per second, this series showcased Spider-Man at his most consistently inept. If you’ve never read the first few issues of The Amazing Spider-Man, just know that Spider-Man didn’t become good at anything until about one hundred months in. He’s constantly getting sucker punched by the villains standing right in front of him, and then getting framed by those villains because Spider-Man is too stupid to realize that he probably shouldn’t be closely examining stolen diamonds by himself when the cops arrive.

If there is one thing in the world that should stay exactly where it is, it’s the 1960s Spider-Man show. But Jim Krieg, who would later to go to write for shows like Spider-Man: The Animated Series and the underrated Batman: The Brave And The Bold, thought otherwise. Most people laugh in the face of the abyss, but Krieg rolled up his sleeves and punched the abyss square in its black-hole jaw. Krieg wrestled the abyss, made passionate love to the abyss, and wrote a tearful break-up letter to the abyss. If you didn’t gather from my description of what he literally did, he made a live-action version of the 1960s Spider-Man cartoon.

Not just a general Spider-Man adaptation, but an adaptation specifically designed to resemble the 1960s show in pacing, plot, characters and sense of humor. And not a parody either, though, if you’ve never watched the show, it would be pretty easy to assume that this whole thing was taking a big, billowing fart on the idea of a “spider man.” But no, Krieg’s short film perfectly captures the helplessness that you feel whenever you watch the 1960s Spider-Man series. I understand why my father told me to go play outside so often. He was trying to save me.

5 Fan Edits That Blur The Line Between Insane And Genius

For all those Harry Potter nerds out there.
Instead of using don’t judge a book by its cover
Use don’t judge a wizard by their house.

Keep It Safe - For @turquoiseterrier - because I just really want to bring everyone down after the wedding high. haha. sorry

So…considering that Thursday preview clip, this probably definitely won’t happen…and certainly not like this…and who knows if Robert will even get to go to court with Aaron in the first place…but…I wrote and drew this before I saw that clip anyway…so here it is… (though I did go back and change Robert’s outfit to match because I’m a crazy person….)

Robert is sitting on the edge of their bed, already showered and dressed for court. He was up early, not that they got much sleep anyway. It was their wedding night after all. With his heart in his throat, he watches Aaron move about the room getting ready, wondering how long it will be until they can be here in this room together like this again, or in their new bedroom at the Mill. It won’t be too long, he tells himself but he knows he’s mostly in denial, doesn’t stop him from trying to force the thoughts though. It still feels like he just got Aaron back and now he’s being ripped away from him again.

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              “May I be of assistance, ma’am?”
              Victoria turned her head, and her face blossomed into a smile that Melbourne thought that he would remember for the rest of his life.
             “I should be most grateful. It seems I can’t manage unaided.”                                                    Melbourne reached up and took the rope out of her hands. “Then it will be my pleasure to serve you, ma’am.” 
              Their hands touched, and Victoria looked at him inquiringly. “Do you mean that…” She trailed off, hope shining in her eyes. 
             “I mean, that if Your Majesty should do me the honour of asking me to form a government, I would consider it my privilege to accept.” 
              He could see that Victoria was not really attending to his words but scanning his face for his meaning.