- u wot m8???
- no likely, no lighty
- ant and dec (more like BANT and dec)
- Dave saved money on his car insurance and now he feels EPIC
- Elaine the pain
- the Isle of Fernandos
- Jeremy Kyle (top notch lad)
- Ed Milibae
- the weather
- Susan Boyle
- the go compare advert guy
- simples! *meerkat noise*
- total wipeout
- should’ve gone to specsavers
- there’s only one way to find out… FIGHT!
you know what?? it’s not like i can’t belive that Chris Cornell died, because everybody dies. it’s a kind of thing we have to get used to at a young age…
the point is, that this man is a real icon.
i mean he raised a generation of people who love rock and grunge music. he has made many theme songs for movies, tv shows.
even if you didn’t know who he was, you had to recognize the voice.
voice of the geneartion.
all of the young musicians nowadays should take him as an example of adult rockstar life because he actually lived it.
and i thought he will never leave.
but death takes us all.
rest in peace Chris Cornell 🖤
I just started fool's gold but thank you for making me laugh with the Steve and t*ylor thing 😂
You’re welcome darling! I know the beginning is borderline crackfic but I had so much fun plotting it with @myinnerfangilr and adding the lyrics. My god, what a ride! hahaha. I think it turned out pretty comedic/rom com but I’m sure some of the readers were a little surprised since it’s not usually what I do.
Io non so se voi conosciate questa cantante. Lei é Susan Boyle, a mio parere una delle cantanti che mi fanno salire i brividi ogni volta che la si ascolti. Susan ha una storia incredibilmente difficile, ora vi spiego perché sto scrivendo queste parole. Susan é nata quando la mamma aveva 45 anni e per pochi istanti ha sofferto di asfissia. Susan cosí ha iniziato ad avere piccoli problemi di apprendimento e anche i compagni spesse volte la prendevano in giro. Ma il suo sogno era quello di diventare una cantante professionista. A 47 anni, come vedete nella prima fotografia si é presentata a Britain’s got talent cosí trasandata, sicura di sé e della figura che avrebbe fatto. Quando entrò nello studio tutti la derisero ma lei come sempre se ne fregò e iniziò a cantare. La sua voce rimbombò nello studio e tutti si alzarono in piedi, lei stessa si stupí ma era sicura di ciò che stava facendo, purtroppo non ha vinto ed é arrivata seconda. Oggi Susan é come nella seconda fotografia, a mio avviso una donna che si porta dietro tutte le sofferenze di una vita ma la rivincita piú grande che si é presa per se stessa, di dimostrare a tutti che fregandosene degli altri, dei loro commenti e delle loro cattiverie e sicuri di se’ stessi, si può arrivare in alto come ci é arrivata lei. Susan per me é una maestra, il mio sostegno. Beautiful Susan ❤️
I rewatched the video diaries and you can spot the gay right away. Louis took all the questions as a joke, while the boys answered their favorite features on a girl, Louis stated "girls who like carrots" even in one of the girl related questions towards the end the boys basically skipped over Louis because *they know* and Louis was like "way to skip me" and so they were like "what is yours? Carrots again?" And the way he was just gone for Harry. Susan Boyle and "I'd marry you Harry" my baby :(
carrots was louis’ safeword when it came to questions about girls
How do you get the confidence of being autistic? Not that i'm demeaning you but I'm self-diagnosed and I feel ashamed of my whole being. I'm just curious as to where you get your confidence ??
we have such beautiful vivid imaginations and feel things so deeply. we’re so much more emotionally pure. we love with our whole hearts.
we’re so passionate about our special interests — i once had a(n allistic) friend tell me that she loves hearing me talk about my special interest because there isn’t anything she loves the way i love my special interest, and hearing me talk about it is literally watching someone be happy and enthusiastic in a such pure way. hearing that made me look at myself and be like yeah, that is how i and other autistic people behave, and that’s such a beautiful thing
autistic people are also so trusting and good but are also so funny and brilliant??? like i’ve seen allistics say that autistics are naive and overly-logical and that we don’t get sarcasm, but i don’t think that’s necessarily true. it’s like the difference between calling someone idealistic vs calling someone unrealistic. it’s just a spin on the same thing, plus autistic people do get sarcasm, just sometimes not at first
once we get sarcasm though, we’re so funny!! we’re mostly funny by repetition, like saying funny quotes back to people like an inside joke, and i think that’s a beautiful thing. we recognize something that made someone laugh once and repeat it, because we want them to be happy. we sometimes don’t get sarcasm because we’re trusting of people and also because we’re very logical (we’re like “huh what?? that doesn’t make sense why are you saying that?” when someone says something sarcastic and we don’t realize it), and of course being logical is a positive thing, because being illogical is a bad thing
autistics are also master chameleons. we learn how to mimic allistics and behave more like them, and i think that shows such intelligence: we memorize their social patterns and learn how to act like them (to be “normal”), and we’re just constantly learning and adapting to our surroundings while also dealing with all the sensory stimulations happening around us. how incredible is that? sometimes it’s hard but we do do it and that’s so profound to me, constantly learning and adapting. just, the brain power that requires, that autisitcs do all the time in addition to everything else going on, and sometimes we don’t even realize we’re doing it because we’re so used to it (obviously we should’ve have to mimic allistics to be seen as “normal,” but this is a positivity post)
autistic people are also so good and dedicated to fighting injustice? like with me, it physically pains me to see unfairness and oppression, and i have to help. i start a lot of drama on here because i’m confident and refuse to be talked over and i know that a lot of people (especially in the autistic and neurodivergent community) are much less confident, and doing this doesn’t bother me as much as it would say someone who has panic attacks a lot. a lot of times all the anon hate and stuff does really get to me (like the person who said they wished i’d get a lobotomy “while awake and without anesthetic”) but it’s something i make myself do because just sitting here and doing nothing would hurt more. that was cheesy. basically i dedicate myself to fighting injustices and see that as a good thing, because it’s something i see as good in other people, and i attribute this trait in me to my hyper-empathy, which is a very autistic trait
another part of my confidence comes from just being incredibly vain lol. like i’m very proud of the gifs and stuff i make of aaron tveit, my special interest, and i’m able to look at the things i make and say yes, this is good, i made this to the best of my abilities and i’m proud of that
i also recognize that i’ve been incredibly lucky my whole life. obviously i’ve dealt with ableism because of the “not normal” way i behave sometimes, but my mother and sisters and friends are very accepting of me and recognize why i behave the way i do (they don’t make me hug people if i don’t want to, they don’t dismiss my special interests, etc) and growing up i wasn’t ever nonverbal except when i was extremely upset and overwhelmed — in fact i’m a very talkative and confident person and i consider myself intelligent (there’s my vanity again), and in school i participate a lot. sometimes i talk too much (because i don’t always get when it’s time to stop talking) or i overshare and tell way too much (sometimes personal) information, but it’s all coming from a place of wanting to connect to others, and i see that as good (while i don’t see oversharing as good, obviously). i stutter sometimes when i talk in front of a lot of strangers but nobody’s ever pointed that out or made fun of me or anything, and i think that also adds to my confidence - i’m incredibly lucky that that never happened (or i never realized it was happening because i’m too trusting)
more fun autism pride — here are famous autistic people you may not know are autistic (a few of these are from before autism was really defined or understood, and they were posthumously diagnosed from their writings and the writings from others about them):
albert einstein, mozart, isaac newton, charles darwin, thomas jefferson, emily dickinson, nikola tesla, abraham lincoln, tom wiggins (one of the most famous piano players of the 1800s and a blind black man), jerry seinfield, dan harmon (creator of the show community), daryl hannah, susan boyle, hikari oe,dan akroyd (who also has tourettes), adam young (owl city guy), courtney love, stanley kubrick, vincent d’onofrio, tim burton
how amazing is that??? we’re literally everywhere in media and history, a lot of those historical figures are some of the most influential people in all of history. temple grandin, an autistic professor, “speculates that very early inventions like the stone spear were probably the work of autistic cavemen”
like…. we discovered electricity and made the lightbulb. we figured out evolution. we made some of the most famous music of all time. we discovered the general theory of relativity and developed and understood quantum physics before anyone else. we maybe freaking inventedtools back in the stone age. we’re viewed as the smartest people of all time, and we create art and movies and poems and such amazing things. autistic people—all of us—do such incredible things, and we do so because of how logical, empathetic, and passionate we are. that’s why i’m confident about being an autistic person
(since someone asked: this is okay for anyone to reblog, autistic or not)
(about this doubting larry anon) i don't doubt in larry but sometimes i have bad moments, like really sad knowing all the stuff but we have to remember that if a rumor doesn't go away, then it's not just a rumor. there is a lot of things that make us believe in larry because this isn't shipping, this is something more. susan boyle and frankie for example- they were so into that i find that very sweet and of course the way they look at each other
WHAT WAS ACTUALLY SAID IN BRITS 2012 PRESS ROOM…in short, louis wants to snog harry!
I’ve seen a lot of debate about if harry said “ sorry” when he turns to louis or says “ is she here”. Personally, i always heard/saw him saying “ is she here” but knew that didn’t make sense if he was referring to Adele; this is for 2 reasons:
the question asked ‘what artist in the room tonight they’d want to kiss’..so obviously asking louis if she was there didn’t make sense
second reason is because Adele was a huge winner that night so again, makes no sense if he’d ask she was there
Okay, so heres what i am 99.9% is actually being said between the two which i realized after seeing the footage from the angle shown in both the gif (below) and video above (starting at 1:38). The video makes it quite easy to notice IMO
Interviewer: "If you could snog any artist in the room tonight who would it be?“ (1:38)
Harry: “Adele. Definitely Adele”(1:47)
Louis: *takes a steps back and says under is breath*“Susan Boyle” (1:52)
Harry:*hears louis, smirks/smiles, turns back to louis*“ is she here?”
Long story short: if louis could snog any artist in the room he’d snog Harry Styles (aka Susan Boyle)