aries: why do you need 21 pilots like don’t you think 21 is a little excessive. 21 pilots is far too much for one plane. they’ll crash the fucking plane.
taurus: what do you call a dinosaur that likes other dinosaurs of 2+ genders. a birexual. or a binosaur, as my friend decided on. whatever
gemini: small, fears conflict, has a debilitating anxiety disorder, would still fuck you up though
cancer: yes, i am a Pansexual. you thought that meant im attracted to people of all genders or that gender is not relevant to my attraction? oh, hun. no. i just really like the greek god of nature.
leo: *takes out drum kit* this song is called “I’m So Bi, I’m Incredibly Bi, I Love The Ladies And I Love The Guys, It’s Time For Me To Say Good Bi”
virgo: if you expect the unexpected, then the unexpected becomes the expected and vice versa, therefore you are not expecting the unexpected and instead are expecting the expected when you mean to expect the unexpected
libra: reproduction is weird like its that easy to create a new human
scorpio: someone: are you a cat person or a dog person?
me, a 1/3 human 1/3 cat 1/3 dog hybrid creature: uh
sagittarius: hey baby are you medusa because im getting rock hard just looking at you. *she takes off her mask* wait what you really are medu- *turns to stone*
capricorn: when its 9a.m. in the afternoon
aquarius: everything i am, everything i ever was, and everything i ever will be… is gay. super duper gay. too gay.
pisces: me during the apocalypse: ehh so what not like its the end of the world
The songs of episode 5x19 of Glee: Old Dog, New Tricks (spoilers)
The songs for the episode Chris Colfer wrote are very well picked, imo. They seem to fit the storylines and/or are a bit tongue-in-cheek with the theme of the week. Only Chris can think of using a Madonna song and a Broadway female power ballad from ‘Cats’(!) for a production of ‘Peter Pan’, lol.
Despite the justified heavy focus on Kurt (with him therefore getting more songs than average this week), there is something to sing for everyone, if only in the big group number, and there are some surprising singers’ combinations. But above all: the songs seem to be so much simple, sheer FUN, like the old Glee days. Watch and learn, RIB: the student is surpassing the master here.