the clyde at night


‘’We got that hood love
We got that good love
We got that hot love
We got that I-don’t-give-a-what love
We got that one life
Give me that all night
We got that Bonnie-and-Clyde love
They say it’s wrong,
But that’s the way you turn me on
We got that hood love
We got that good love
Boy, you make me make bad decisions.’’

Bad Decisions by Ariana Grande

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film rec list

modern vampire films let the right one in, thirst, only lovers left alive, a girl walks home alone at night

woman descending into madness persona, through a glass darkly, a woman under the influence, rosemary’s baby, antichrist, repulsion, queen of earth

two lovers on the run wild at heart, badlands, gun crazy, pierrot le fou, bonnie and clyde, true romance, natural born killers

same-sex love stories happy together, show me love, water lilies, the handmaiden, brokeback mountain, my beautiful launderette

really weird romcoms i’m a cyborg but that’s ok, the lobster, lars and the real girl, harold and maude

ready to cry? the hunt, dancer in the dark, requiem for a dream, mulholland drive, au hazard balthazar

best ensemble cast movies inglourious basterds, apocalypse now, beetlejuice, magnolia, the royal tenenbaums, eastern promises

old black and white movies that definitely still hold up and you should watch them the night of the hunter, psycho, dr. strangelove, a streetcar named desire, the third man, bunny lake is missing

youth culture films a clockwork orange, sid and nancy, jubilee, gummo, stranger than paradise, if…, the doom generation

be sung to sleep [x]
a playlist of songs to lull a young child to sleep.

be like the bluebird (anything goes) // bill (show boat) // how ‘bout a dance (bonnie & clyde) // stars i trust (fly by night) // edelweiss (the sound of music) // i am here for you (the book of mormon) // i dreamed a dance (next to normal) // falling slowly (once) // maybe (annie) // castle on a cloud (les miserables) // solla sollew (seussical) // on the willows (godspell) // no one is alone (into the woods) // then comes you (now. here. this.) // favorite places (ordinary days) // hold on (the secret garden) // somewhere (west side story) // over the rainbow (the wizard of oz) // they live in you (the lion king) // lullaby (fugitive songs)


favorite character meme [1 character]: Clyde Oberholt

“Oh, what’s this? That’s weird! Oh, okay, why don’t we check it out? 2012, top 25 under 30. And who’s that gentleman? I don’t know! Olive complexion, really Jewish; Clyde Oberholt.” 

anonymous asked:

do you have a guide to beys early 2000s performances please?

Early 2000′s Bey was still in Destiny’s Child so i will go up to around 2003-2004, i’ll do my best to try and find as many as i can 


Destiny’s Child, MTV Spring Break, Say My Name (x) Bug A Boo (x)
Destiny’s Child, Party In The Park, Jumpin,Jumpin (x)
Destiny’s Child, Women Rock Girls & Guitars, Gospel Medley (x) Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (x) Ooh Child (x)
Destiny’s Child, Rockafeller Christmas Tree Lighting, Jumpin Jumpin (x)
Destiny’s Child, TMF Awards, Bug A Boo (x) Say My Name (x)
Destiny’s Child, Vogue Fashion Awards, Independent Women (x)
Destiny’s Child, Billboard Music Awards, DC Medley (x)
Destiny’s Child, Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Say My Name (x) Jumpin, Jumpin (x)
Destiny’s Child,Top Of The Pops,Independent Women(x)Jumpin,Jumpin (x) Say My Name (x)
Destiny’s Child, CD:UK, Independent Women (x) Jumpin, Jumpin (x)


Destiny’s Child,Celebrating Wyclef,Independent Women(x) Say My Name (x)
Destiny’s Child, NBA Finals, Survivor (x) Bootylicious (x)
Destiny’s Child, Jam In The Park London, Full Concert (x)
Destiny’s Child, Party In The Park, Part 1 (x) Part 2 (x)
Destiny’s Child, Sony Music Studios, 8 Days Of Christmas (x)
Destiny’s Child, Grammy Awards, Independent Women/Say My Name (x)
Destiny’s Child, Brit Awards, Independent Women (x)
Destiny’s Child, Soul Train Music Awards, Survivor (x)
Destiny’s Child, NAACP Awards, Independent Women (x)
Destiny’s Child, Echo Awards, Independent Women (x)
Destiny’s Child, TMF Awards, DC Medley (x)
Destiny’s Child, Kids Choice Awards, Survivor (x)
Destiny’s Child, BET Awards, Bootylicious (x)
Destiny’s Child, Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards, Emotions (x)
Destiny’s Child, Top Of The Pops, Bootylicious (x) Survivor (x)
Destiny’s Child, Today Show, Bootylicious (x) DC Christmas Medley (x)
Destiny’s Child, Early Show, Bootylicious (x)
Destiny’s Child, Wetten Dass, Emotions (x)
Destiny’s Child, MTV Icon: Janet Jackson, Let’s Wait A While (x)
Destiny’s Child, Micheal Jackson:30th Anniversary Celebration, Bootylicious (x)


Destiny’s Child, Celine Dion TV Special, Emotions (x) When The Wrong One Loves U Right (x)
Destiny’s Child, San Remo Film Festival, Survivor (x)
Destiny’s Child, Victoria Secrets Fashion Show, 8 Days Of Christmas (x)
Destiny’s Child, Blockbuster Hollywood Christmas Spectacular, Opera Of The Bells (x)
Destiny’s Child, Grammy Awards, DC & Alejandro Sanz (x)
Destiny’s Child, Victoire Del La Musique Awards, Emotions (x)
Beyoncé & Jay Z, Saturday Night Live, Bonnie & Clyde (x)
Beyoncé, Top Of The Pops, Work It Out (x)
Beyoncé & Jay Z, Top Of The Pops, Bonnie & Clyde (x)
Beyoncé & Jay Z, TRL, Bonnie & Clyde (x)
42nd & Vine Intersect As Hollywood Hits Broadway Gala, Somewhere (x)


Superbowl XXXVII, Performs with Carlos Santana (x)
May 4th Of July, Baby Boy (x)
Party In The Park, Baby Boy, Work It Out Crazy In Love (x) Dangerously In Love (x)
Fashion Rocks, Baby Boy & Crazy In Love (x)
Jay Z’s Fade To Black Concert, Crazy In Love, Baby Boy & Summertime (x)
46664 Aids Foundation Concert, American Prayer (x)
Kiss FMs Jingle Ball, Silent Night (x)
Essence Awards, Crazy In Love (x)
31st AFI Life Time Achievement Awards, New York, New York (x)
BET Awards, Crazy In Love (x)
MTV VMAS, Baby Boy & Crazy in Love (x)
MTV EMAS, Baby Boy (x)
Billboard Music Awards, Me, Myself & I (x)
David Letterman, Crazy In Love (x)
Graham Norton Show, Crazy In Love (x)
The View, Crazy In Love (x)
MTV Summer Survival, Crazy In Love (x)
Early Show, Crazy In Love (x) Baby Boy (x) Be With You (x)
Today Show, Baby Boy (x)  Dangerously In Love (x)
Top Of The Pops, Naughty Girl (x) Crazy In Love (1st performance) (x) Crazy In Love (2nd performance) (x) Me, Myself & I (x)
CD:UK, Crazy In Love (x)
Star Search, Crazy In Love (x)
Star Academy, Crazy In Love (x) Baby Boy (x)
VH1 Divas Duet, Signed Sealed Delivered (x) Proud Mary (x) Dangerously In Love (x)


Superbowl XXXVIII, National Anthem (x)
NBA All-Star Game, Naughty Girl & Crazy In Love (x)
Destiny’s Child, NFL Thanksgiving Game, Lose My Breath & Soldier (x)
NRJ Music Awards, Baby Boy & Crazy In Love (x)
NRJ Radio Awards Sweden, Baby Boy & Crazy In Love (x)
46th Annual Grammy Awards, Purple Rain/Baby I’m A Star (x) Dangerously In Love (x)
Brit Awards, Crazy In Love (x)
Destiny’s Child, Radio Music Awards, Lose My Breath (x)
Destiny;s Child, Billboard Music Awards, Living For The City (x)
Destiny’s Child, Top Of The Pops, Soldier (x) Lose My Breath (x)
Destiny’s Child, TRL, Soldier (x) Lose My Breath (x) Say My Name (x)
Destiny’s Child, Wetten Dass, Lose My Breath (x)
Destiny’s Child,The Oprah Winfrey Show,Lose My Breath(x)Say My Name (x)
Pepsi Smash, Naughty Girl (x
EIF’s Colon Cancer Benefit, You’ll Never Walk Alone (x)
Fashion Rocks, Naughty Girl (x)

There is probably loads more but i couldn’t find them :)


“The time of my work with Brigitte Bardot is a blessed period. I could create two or three songs in a night. Once we were dining and I got drunk, completely conscious of what I was doing. The next day she called me and asked why I did this. I was silent, sort of "I was blown away by your beauty”. She told me: “Compose for me the most beautiful song you can ever imagine.” At night I created Bonnie and Clyde and Je t'aime moi non plus.“

- Serge Gainsbourg

Crashing Into You

Gillovny RPF
Rated: R
Word count: ~10k

Chapter One

A violent wind ripped through the window screen of his trailer causing the cheap, nylon curtains to fly into his face. He swatted them away and considered tying them back. He needed the air, but right now he needed the cover more. He stood to the side of the window where he knew his shadow would be unseen if she were to look.

Drops of sweat picked up pace as they lined his temples and fell to his jawline. The humidity in the Vancouver summer made the heat feel so much more intense than it was. In the dry desert it would’ve been a cooler day, but the water in the air made his clothes cling to him, his hair fall flat and each breath stick to his throat. He wanted to open the curtain and feel the breeze so badly, but made the choice to go unnoticed and listen instead.

Hearing her argue with her husband was like watching a derailing train, still amped with power, flying without a track or direction, waiting to see where it would finally crash. Its cars piling into each other, becoming a weapon to itself. It wasn’t his fault they hurt each other with their misconnections and differences. No. He couldn’t be blamed for anything, and it was always a nice feeling to be able to sit back and watch the accident unfold without the feeling that he fucked with that track.

He listened to them whenever they did this, which these days was almost daily, because he was curious and addicted. He wanted to know that they were almost over, and he wanted to know why. He loved hearing her fight, her passion, her strength, she was so fierce when she was angry and it made him burn for her. Maybe that’s why she did it where he could overhear. Maybe it was a side of her that she wanted him to know was there. And maybe, she knew him well enough to know that it was making him want her.

“There’s nothing wrong with leaving her with Sara for the night, Gillian. That’s why we have a nanny,” Clyde yelled.

“No. That’s not why we have a nanny. We have a nanny for when we’re working! All I’m asking for is one night. I haven’t been out with Renata and Danni for a goddamn year, but I’m not gonna go if it means she needs to be with a nanny for another evening!”

“You know I had plans for tonight, too!”

“So, you’d rather be with the guys instead of your daughter? That’s what you’re saying.”

“No! Hell no! Say that again and I’ll…”

“You’ll what? What will you do? Take off for another weekend? Week?!”

“Stop, Gillian. Enough. I won’t go tonight then. It’s not worth another fucking fight. You win.”

There was a long silence. David considered whether they’d moved inside. He waited through four more of his own heavy breaths before he used his index finger to pull the shitty curtain aside to peek out.

He startled to find her still standing there, alone, staring at her feet while she brought a cigarette to her lips and inhaled. Her red hair looked tousled from the wind and humidity and she tried with her free hand to smooth it out. She was merely feet away from him, but she seemed so far. So untouchable. He watched her lips wrap around the small filter and inhale. There had been so many times he’d come so close to kissing those lips. But he always knew his boundaries, or at least she’d remind him of them. These days though, it’d been harder to stop thinking about her, someone who’d been there for three years, now is someone brand-new, and he was starting to think, fuck boundaries.

The train had come to it’s final resting spot, on fire, crumbled upon his front lawn and he was ready to look for survivors.

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CLYDE: So Tweek? What happened next?

TWEEK: It’s really not that interesting. I told you most of it already.

CLYDE: Yeah but you were super boring and vague. I want details, bro!

TWEEK: I, uh…

CRAIG: Hey guys, there’s a car outside.

CLYDE: What?

CRAIG: I said there’s a car outsid–



STAN: Uncle Jimbo! Finally!

ERIC: It’s Stan’s crazy redneck uncle!

KYLE: How did he get here so fast?

BUTTERS: Oh boy, we’re saved!

KENNY: Mpphh mph!

JIMBO: Now, now. It’s not “crazy redneck,” kid. I prefer “gun-happy conservative.”

ERIC: So you mean a super redneck?

JIMBO: Yes. Exactly.

JIMBO: Now Stanley, I’m not going to ask why– or how for that matter– why you and all of your classmates are up in the middle of the mountains, or why there’s a suspiciously clean yet abandoned bus a mile out.

JIMBO: You’re just lucky you got a hold of me while I was in the neighborhood.

STAN: Does this mean you have guns with you?

JIMBO: Plenty of them, glad you asked.

STAN: You didn’t happen to see any guys wearing ski masks around, did you?

JIMBO: No, but I might have shot a couple of… deer… who may have been suspiciously shaped like a human beings and also were wearing ski masks. On accident, of course.

ERIC: Awesome.

JIMBO: Wow there sure are a lot of you. I don’t even know if I have enough room for–

JIMBO: Oh, Jesus Christ! I’m too late! He’s dead!

JIMBO: I hope he wasn’t anybody important.

JIMBO: Now– now kids, you’re good bud Jimbo here is going to teach you a couple things about disposing of a body–

STAN: Oh, no. That’s just Scott Malkinson.

STAN: He’s got diabetes.

SCOTT: asfkjgfsv


JIMBO: Well we need to get out of here and get this boy a chocolate bar, pronto!

CLYDE: That’s Stan’s uncle?

CRAIG: Yeah.

CLYDE: I don’t want to get into a car ride with him. He looks like he smells.

CRAIG: It won’t be any worse than being in a car with you.

CLYDE: Ouch, Craig.

CLYDE: Your comments sting my soul.

10 Things You May Not Know About Bonnie and Clyde

1. Bonnie died wearing a wedding ring—but it wasn’t Clyde’s.
Six days before turning 16, Bonnie married high school classmate Roy Thornton. The marriage disintegrated within months, and Bonnie never again saw her husband after he was imprisoned for robbery in 1929. Soon after, Bonnie met Clyde, and although the pair fell in love, she never divorced Thornton. On the day Bonnie and Clyde were killed in 1934, she was still wearing Thornton’s wedding ring and had a tattoo on the inside of her right thigh with two interconnected hearts labeled “Bonnie” and “Roy.”

2. Bonnie wrote poetry.
During her school days, Bonnie excelled at creative writing and penning verses. While she was imprisoned in 1932 after a failed hardware store burglary, she penned a collection of 10 odes that she entitled “Poetry from Life’s Other Side,” which included “The Story of Suicide Sal,” a poem about an innocent country girl lured by her boyfriend into a life a crime. Two weeks before her death, Bonnie gave a prescient poem to her mother entitled “The Trail’s End” that finished with the verse:

Some day they’ll go down together;
And they’ll bury them side by side,
To a few it’ll be grief—
To the law a relief—
But it’s death for Bonnie and Clyde.

3. The Navy rejected Clyde.
As a teenager, Clyde attempted to enlist in the U.S. Navy, but lingering effects from a serious boyhood illness, possibly malaria or yellow fever, resulted in his medical rejection. It was a hard blow for Clyde, who had already tattooed “USN” on his left arm.

4. Clyde’s first arrest came from failing to return a rental car.
The notorious criminal was first arrested in 1926 for automobile theft after failing to return a car he had rented in Dallas to visit an estranged high school girlfriend. The rental car agency dropped the charges, but the incident remained on Clyde’s arrest record. Just three weeks later, he was arrested again alongside his older brother Ivan “Buck” Barrow for an even more farcical crime—possession of a truckload of stolen turkeys.

5. Bank robberies were not their specialties.
Although often depicted as Depression-era Robin Hoods who stole from rich and powerful financial institutions, Bonnie and Clyde staged far more robberies of mom-and-pop gas stations and grocery stores than bank heists. Oftentimes, their loot amounted to only $5 or $10.

6. Clyde chopped off two of his toes in prison.
While serving a 14-year sentence in Texas for robbery and automobile theft in January 1932, Clyde decided he could no longer endure the unforgiving work and brutal conditions at the notoriously tough Eastham Prison Farm. In the hopes of forcing a transfer to a less harsh facility, Clyde severed his left big toe and a portion of a second toe with an axe, although it is not known whether he or another prisoner wielded the sharp instrument. The self-mutilation, which permanently crippled his walking stride and prevented him from wearing shoes while driving, ultimately proved unnecessary as he was released on parole six days later.

7. A car accident impaired Bonnie’s walking.
On the night of June 10, 1933, Clyde, with Bonnie in the passenger seat, was speeding along the rural roads of north Texas so quickly that he missed a detour sign warning of a bridge under construction. The duo’s Ford V-8 smashed through a barricade at 70 miles per hour and sailed through the air before landing in a dry riverbed. Scalding acid poured out of the smashed car battery and severely burned Bonnie’s right leg, eating away at her flesh down to the bone in some places. As a result of the third-degree burns, Bonnie, like Clyde, walked with a pronounced limp for the rest of her life, and she had such difficulty walking that at times she hopped or needed Clyde to carry her.

8. Souvenir hunters tried to cut off parts of Bonnie and Clyde at the scene of their deaths.
On May 23, 1934, a six-man posse led by former Texas Ranger captain Frank Hamer ambushed Bonnie and Clyde and pumped more than 130 rounds of steel-jacketed bullets into their stolen Ford V-8 outside Sailes, Louisiana. With acrid gunsmoke still lingering in the air, gawkers descended upon the ambush site and attempted to leave with macabre souvenirs from the bodies of the outlaws still slumped in the front seat. According to Jeff Guinn’s book “Go Down Together,” one man tried to cut off Clyde’s ear with a pocket knife and another attempted to sever his trigger finger before the lawmen intervened. One person in the throng however managed to clip locks of Bonnie’s hair and swathes of her blood-soaked dress.

9. Their bullet-riddled “death car” is on display at a casino.
Following the ambush of Bonnie and Clyde, a Louisiana sheriff who was a member of Hamer’s six-man posse claimed the pockmarked Ford V-8 sedan, still coated with the outlaws’ blood and tissue. A federal judge, however, ruled that the automobile stolen by Bonnie and Clyde should return to its former owner, Ruth Warren of Topeka, Kansas. Warren leased and eventually sold the car to Charles Stanley, an anti-crime lecturer who toured fairgrounds with the “death car” and the mothers of Bonnie and Clyde in tow as sideshow attractions. Still speckled with bullet holes, the “death car” is now an attraction in the lobby of Whiskey Pete’s Casino in Primm, Nevada, a small resort town on the California border 40 miles south of Las Vegas.

10. Bonnie and Clyde were buried separately.
Although linked in life, Bonnie and Clyde were split in death. While the pair wished to be buried side-by-side, Bonnie’s mother, who had disapproved of her relationship with Clyde, had her daughter buried in a separate Dallas cemetery. Clyde was buried next to his brother Marvin underneath a gravestone with his hand-picked epitaph: “Gone but not forgotten.”