anonymous asked:

What about moshi moshi by brand new?? It's like an unrequited love kind of thing?

It sounds like such a cute song just by the title alone, though the unrequited love is bound to fuck me up in all the right ways. Thanks for the suggestion!

By the way, [This Time], I’m just gonna go ahead and say it. It’s been a while since Glee has had any songs on the iTunes Charts. That’s because not a lot of people watch Glee anymore, that’s okay, it’s had its ups and downs, everybody knows that. But thank you for those of you that watched it throughout this whole time even though it’s been really weird sometimes. It’s also been really wonderful sometimes, and it’s kind of been a crazy pendulum, so thank you for sticking around all these years, it’s been a really amazing experience for me, and thank you for coming to things like this.

People always ask what’s the craziest thing to me about Glee, and it’s you guys, man! I know it sounds cliche but I think Glee was bigger than all of us. It’s more than a show to you, you’re more than just fans to me, we’re all kind of part of this amazing thing that is much more positive than the sum of our parts. It’s been a really fun journey for not just me but really for everybody. The fact that I’m halfway across the world playing these songs from the show is really really cool.

So anyway, after buttering you up, I thought I would say lets get that song on the charts, man! Buy This Time! Put it out there! Please help me out, I’m but a poor struggling writer throwing my name out there. So please tell your friends. Please don’t stream music, you can if you want sometimes, but just download and buy mine.

I don’t even get the money, I’m just trying to keep writing songs for people. Tell your friends, share with people, do whatever you can. This is shameless promotion but this is the last chance I have!

You guys are the most powerful fan base in the world so please, make it happen! This Time, let’s get it up there, man. Let’s beat, I don’t know, let’s beat Bruno Mars or something!


Alan Riding ( of The New York Times ): So what was it — beauty, vulnerability, sense of humor, or sensitivity? — that gave Audrey Hepburn that special aura?
Audrey Hepburn: It’s impossible for me to know, but if you asked me what I would like it to be, though it may sound presumptuous to say so, it’s an experience I’ve had with other performers who somehow make you open up to them. For me, it always has to do with some kind of affection, love, a warmth. I myself was born with an enormous need for affection and a terrible need to give it… That’s what I’d like to think maybe has been the appeal. People have recognized something in me they have themselves — the need to receive affection and the need to give it.
So Baby Tonight Just Be the Death of Me - Anonymous for insufferablelovebirds

Rating: Mature

Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings

Word Count: 12,985


He hasn’t had much to drink, just enough to make everything feel warm and soft, kind of like the boy currently pressed up against his side.

Louis glances around the room and thinks that even though there is a couple leaning against the wall, a little too close to him, very heatedly making out, and he can hear the faint sounds of someone throwing up in the kitchen sink, and that the whole house smells of sweat and stale alcohol, there is no other place he’d rather be than on this couch with Harry curled into his side.

An AU where Louis is new in town and Harry invites him to a New Year’s party.


Parabatai → James Herondale & Matthew Fairchild
↳ (Spoilers: Quote from the Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy below)

“We don’t … have to be parabatai,” Matthew said, his voice quiet under the sound of the blast. “I said it to make your father take me with you, so I could execute my new plan, but we don’t … have to. I mean, unless you … maybe want to be.”

James had thought he wanted a friend like himself, a parabatai who was shy and quiet and would enter in on James’s feelings about the terror of parties. Instead here was Matthew, who was the life and soul of every party, who made dreadful hairbrush decisions, who was unexpectedly and terribly kind. Who had tried to be his friend and kept trying, even though James did not know what trying to be a friend looked like. Who could see James, even when he was a shadow.

“Yes,” James said simply.

- Cassandra Clare, Tales from The Shadowhunter Academy

[Jace & Alec] [Will & Jem] [James & Matthew] [Emma & Julian]

I realized why I feel so compelled to Hillary

I’m watching this wonderful kind woman who is smart and works hard struggle. She’s not perfect, her life has had failures for the world to see. We watched her try to get healthcare in the early 90s only to settle for the 8 million kids. We watched her try to become president only to get Secretary of State. This sounds funny though because even when she fails she still makes something from the rubble.

I know how it feels to not have people like me. I know how it feels to be smarter than my completion. I know how confusing and frustrating it is to not get what you want just because other people don’t understand you. I know it makes you feel deficient in a profound and sad way. That you’re not good enough despite how hard you try.

“You’re likable enough” -Obama
“Hillary is the girl who gets straight As and doesn’t get why people don’t like her” -Colbert

I want her to finally win it big. I want her story to go from a series of silver medals to a gold. I want her persistence to pay off. I want her to finally feel good enough.


“Whoa… That’s what you’re into? You know, that never even crossed my mind to be something you’d like…” 

“Does that mean you’ve thought about doing this kind of thing with me a lot, Winchester?” you raised an eyebrow.

“What? No” Dean snorted, as if the notion was ridiculous. “It just… doesn’t seem like you, that’s all.” 

“Oh, really? Well, maybe you’d know these things if you didn’t have to tease me about everything” you quipped sarcastically. You shot him a grin afterwards to show you weren’t serious, though. 

He grinned right back at you.


As quietly as you could, you pressed your ear to the door of the room Sam and Dean were in. It could have been your imagination, but it sounded as if they were talking about you…

“… Why are you making such a big deal about what she’s into in bed, Dean?” Sam asked in his irritable tone. “I’m sure you’ve got plenty of… Things like that yourself…”

“It’s hot, man” Dean groaned. “I mean, think about how much more I want to satisfy her now compared to before.”

“You say that as if you didn’t want to satisfy her before” Sam scoffed.

“Well, obviously I did, but, I can’t stop thinking about it, now…”

“Jesus, Dean. I’ve got an unwanted image in my head now. Go make it reality and stop going on about it so I’ll be able to sleep tonight.”

The Rare INTJ Female and the Struggles of Being Utterly Uncommon

“Meeting an INTJ is a rare occurrence, meeting a female INTJ is almost impossible. Being rare SOUNDS like an unbelievably appealing thing. We are often drawn to things that are unique and unlike anything else. Even though it is a wonderful thing to be so special, it can be alienating and challenging. The INTJ female is independent, strong-willed and intellectually driven. She is certainly one of a kind, making her easily misunderstood by others. There are many struggles that the INTJ female has to face, being that she is so very uncommon.

They Don’t Fit Into the Female Stereotype
The female INTJ basically abolishes the idea of the gender stereotypes. She is strong, independent and very much inside her own analytical mind. She enjoys knowledge, constantly striving to better herself. The INTJ woman is not seen as emotional often separating her from the “girly” or “flighty” image that some women can be prone to. She stands up for herself and is not afraid of being seen as harsh. INTJs are a proud breed, able to help eliminate some of the unfair stereotypes placed on women. She is a capable leader, although she doesn’t choose to lead unless she has to. The INTJ female wants to absorb as much knowledge as possible, making her a master of her own fate.

Being so different from the stereotypical image of women, is definitely a wonderful way to help better society’s ideals towards women. Even though their uniqueness is a good thing, it is not always easy for them. Being the person to stand out can be rather challenging at times. Many people do not understand the female INTJ, wanting her to fit into the typical female role. She may struggle with men not respecting her for her independent thinking.  It is important to INTJs to be valued for their intelligence, wanting others to respect how hard they work and how much knowledge they have gathered. Having to deal with people doubting their natural abilities, is intensely frustrating to the INTJ.

They Challenge Others
The INTJ women often faces more struggles than most people, being that her goals are often alongside those of power-hungry men. She does not fear people who puff their chests, but rather wants to come at them full-force. The INTJ woman is misunderstood because of her ability to stand against people who appear “bigger” than her. She knows her intelligence, making her completely confident in her ability to overcome challenges.

They Are Independent Thinkers
The INTJ woman does not depend on others to develop her ideas. She thinks entirely independent of popular opinion, making her often stand out from the crowd. Instead of bending to what the masses follow, the INTJ female wants to weigh the options on a more intelligent basis. She searches for truth, weighing all of the facts and processing them internally until she figures out the best possible answer. The INTJ female is very open-minded, willing to hear other people’s thoughts on different subjects. In the end though, she figures out the answers on her own, without bending to the emotional beliefs of others.

She hungers for knowledge, wanting to gather as much information from her surroundings as possible. The INTJ woman often spends much of her time alone, enjoying what the solitude has to offer. This can be challenging since she may be expected to be the social and “bubbly” female that most women are. She doesn’t fall into that category, wanting to be free to do her own thing without pressure. This doesn’t mean that all female INTJs are “tomboys” at all. Many INTJ women can enjoy stereotypically “female” activities and externally may not appear any different than other women, she just doesn’t fit into the typically emotional category of most women. She wants to do things on her own terms, deciding what she likes internally and not basing it off of popular opinion. Growing up this attitude may have been a struggle for the INTJ female.

Friendships Can Be Tough

The female INTJ may find herself more comfortable being friends with males. This is simply because she needs more space than most women are willing to give. She doesn’t want to be in constant contact, often needing time to herself to think. If she is surrounding by women who cannot accept her differences, she will become very frustrated. The INTJ female needs friends who can understand her needs, as well as respect and love how unique she is. She needs to be able to find friends who will share her interests and keep up with her intellectual conversations. She will become bored with women who want to chatter about shallow topics that simply do not interest the INTJ. There is nothing worse than when an INTJ female feels like she has to pretend to be something else.

Relationships Can Be Challenging

INTJ women can face challenges in romantic relationships because they may actually be less emotionally expressive than their partner. Most people are used to women who are emotional and bubbly, while the INTJ is neither of those things. She is confident and prefers to keep her emotions to herself, rather than vomiting them onto others. She is very internal and private about how she feels, often taking a long time to warm up to others. This doesn’t mean that the INTJ woman does not want romantic connections, or that she doesn’t feel emotions. She actually feels things very deeply, she just doesn’t express this easily. Over time she may become more capable of opening up to someone, but this takes patience and trust. She will never be the stereotypically romantic and gushy female that most people are used to, but she can be a wonderful partner. INTJs are loyal and deeply caring individuals towards those they are close to. They go out of their way to make sure that they understand their partner on a deeper level. People who are comfortable in their own skin will be intrigued and enticed by the incredible mind of an INTJ woman. She may not be typical, but who wants that anyways? For someone who is looking to be challenged and mentally stimulated, the INTJ woman is a wonderful and rare find.”

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Steven Universe - RONALDO WAS RIGHT

OKAY GUYS SO. This is probably the only post I’ll ever put effort into.

Remember that episode ‘Keep Beach City Weird’, it was about this memetastic guy Ronaldo

he had this fixation with the theory that the world is ran by snake people or ‘Sneeple’ 

In the end he’s proven wrong and has a little breakdown, but his brother tries to convince him that there IS something weird going on behind the scenes, prompting Ronaldo to come to the realization that the world is actually run by…


Initially this just sounds like more nonsense but then I thought that sounded kind of familiar, I mean, isn’t that just what the Gems are? Living rocks that can turn into stuff?

What got me though was what he shouts from the lighthouse as Steven and the gems leave.

“They’re here to hollow out the earth”

“It’s part of the great diamond authority”

“They can take on any form”

So what does this mean? Well it was good foreshadowing. That’s all I can think of, but hey this show does that a lot, re-watching it just made me realise it. Man I love this show.

I am composed of a series of contradictions.

I love interacting with people, but it’s hard for me to handle.

I simultaneously love and hate myself, and everything around me. I have a love/hate relationship with a lot of things in this world.

Sometimes I think my problem is that I am too open, that I express my emotions too much, and other times I feel that I don’t communicate my emotions, bottle them up.

I thought I was in a better place, thought I found some people who cared, but I was not entirely correct.

I thought I was over you, over it, but now I think I want you again, if only to get this war in my head to cease.

I thought I could handle myself, but with every new twist of the knife the more wrong I see that I am.

Crazy, like a two-hundred-and-forty-one-year-old being jealous of a high school junior?

“You’re late” - Kissed By The Baddest Bidder Oneshot Fanfic

Game: Kissed by the Baddest Bidder

Pairing: MC + Eisuke Ichinomiya

Genre: Fluff I guess

Summary: Wedding, Eisuke at the end of the aisle waiting for the blushing bride. All that jazz woop.

A/N: I haven’t actually written a fanfic that stars humans in months (that sounds weird. I wrote Tama fluff ok). I felt like writing again, so here we go. Please be kind to me!

“You’re late”

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I’m getting old for my ink,
and I’m running out of words.
Our rhymes lost all the shivers;
you & I doesn’t sound like
a poetry anymore.
They say there’s nothing fascinating
about endings but there is,
and it’s you.
And even though we lost the track,
you’ll always be the kind of ending
that lingers in forever to me.
You are the only ending I’d choose
to live for.
—  au revoir | spilledraindrops

*sigh* this video. like even though they’re just joking around, the way they are looking at each other while singing seems so intimate and it kind of makes me hold my breath through the entire thing.

anonymous asked:

oq + childhood friends au

Quietly adds this to myThe Possibilities are Endlesscollection because I can. Thank you nonnie, for prompting this to me. Even though I fell in love with the concept and now have the desire to write more for it. Which would be great, if I had the time to do so. So seriously, nonnie. Thank you. Thank you so much.

He thinks about her sometimes. Wonders what she’s doing, whether she ever got out of small town central, whether she thinks about him like he thinks about her. What does she look like now? Does she still wear glasses when she reads? Does she still wear her hair in a ponytail? Is she married yet? Does she have any kids?

He always thought she’d make a great mother. He used to tell her so when they were kids, used to make fun of her for being a mother hen at sixteen. She’d glare, then laugh, then punch him in the shoulder. Not that it ever really hurt, but he pretended it did, because it made her smile, and he loved to make her smile.

Because it was so rare that she did back then.

He hopes she’s happier now.

Even if it’s not with him.

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Thor: The Dark World (liveblog) [x]

As hilarious as the way this makes it look like Loki’s farting magic everywhere, I find it interesting for two other reasons—one, we can see that his magic is able to affect physical objects in some way, though, there’s no green shimmer to it, so this is likely not the same kind of magic as his illusions.

Second, this moment always gets me.  The lack of sound, the only brief moment of seeing the rage exploding out of him, it’s just enough to make me think about how awful that moment is for him.  The sheer gut-wrenching moment where the world is just ripped away from you.  And never let there be any doubt that Loki feels that.  Of course he does.

Loki tries so damnably hard to cut his family out of his heart, to not care about them, to not even see them as his family, to deny them on a fundamental level.  He probably tells himself that he only talks with Frigga because he’s bored, because he wants to make it clear to her that he’s done with her, that he wants to give back a little of the hurt he feels.  He works so very hard to force himself to say that she’s not his mother, to hurt her so that she’ll stop reaching out to him, so he won’t have to resist her time and again.

But then this happens, a moment that I don’t think Loki was probably ever prepared for.  I think it’s useful to remember that Loki is barely over a thousand years old and that is entirely likely to only be about 1/5th of his lifespan (or less!), which means that it’s reasonable to assume that he doesn’t really have much concept of death.  Teenagers/those just barely out of their teens tend to not really have any idea of the reality of death and I imagine that’s probably all the more true if you’re an Asgardian who has these tiny mortals to compare yourself to.  It wouldn’t be hard to feel like you were invincible or even truly immortal.

So when Frigga dies, it rips the world out from underneath Loki, in a way that I don’t think he ever expected.  For all that he tried to kill Thor several times, I honestly don’t think Loki has any real concept of death. He looks utterly FREAKED OUT in Thor (2011) when Odin collapses, he doesn’t seem to have any concept of what death really means when his actions cause people’s deaths (whether humans or the Einherjar soldiers killed in the first movie), which makes me think that he doesn’t actually have much true concept of the weight of his actions.

Which isn’t an excuse, of course, but just something to consider of why Loki behaves the way he does.  I think the loss of Frigga is a turning point for Loki (or at least I want it to be one), where it isn’t that he’s really directly responsible for her death, but he still finally feels the weight of the choices he makes having unintended consequences.  How that will play out in the future, there’s so many ways that could go. 

“Living as a woman” really doesn’t signify for me anymore. I’m an adult human female, so I’m a woman. If I’m breathing, I’m living as a woman. Even though I have/have had sex dysphoria. Even though I am “gender nonconforming” and wouldn’t paint a “femininity” target on myself the way I used to, if you paid me. Even though I am an outlier among females in some profound ways. Even though I have passed as male. Nothing I do or feel can ever make me not a woman. Once that would have sounded like the worst kind of trap, but it turns out that knowledge is crucial to taking the power out of all forms of gender obsession for good.
build me a city (& call it jerusalem)

[i had to write this so: companion piece to the sound of a voice, laura’s POV, angst angst angst but it ends okay, promise promise.]


build me a city (& call it jerusalem)


i never liked that ending either. more love streaming out the wrong way,/ and i don’t want to be the kind that says the wrong way./ but it doesn’t work, these erasures, this constant refolding of the pleats.
—richard siken, ‘litany in which certain things are crossed out’


It’s the moment LaFontaine is LaFontaine again, suddenly saying, What the hell? while Perry jumps up to untie the zip tie around their wrists, that it hits you, and then you’re frantic, tears pricking at your eyes, because there’s only one way things could’ve ended—you’d said it yourself: go run and hide.

You hadn’t meant it, not really, and your stomach flips and your eyes burn and your chest pounds in its entirety when a flood of don’t blame the victim springs into your mind, don’t blame the victim because—

She’s coughing, even though she doesn’t have to breathe, and she’s stumbling through your doorway, eyes wide and frightened and in pain.

Smoke coming from her mouth.

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