what you do well

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Happy Birthday to our cute sunshine hero ♡ |
↳ ★ Kirishima Eijirou ★ 10.16 ~ヾ(o✪‿✪o)シ ♥

leonardo dicaprio + best screams


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Some (possible) references to the “old Taylor” I found in the “Look What You Made Me Do” lyric video:

Dear John:

I lived in your chess game, but you changed the rules everyday

Long Live:

How the kingdom lights shined just for me and you/We are the kings and queens, you traded your baseball cap for a crown

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together:

You called me up again tonight

All Too Well:

I’d like to be my old self again, but I’m still trying to find it

1989:

The birds in the video vs the birds on Taylor’s shirt

Blank Space:

As well as the whole list of names concept

Style:

Out of the Woods:

The monsters turned out to be just trees

I’ve spent a lot of today musing over how Taylor liked a particular theory on here suggesting that each of the 15 Taylors at the end lineup of the LWYMMD music video represents each of the 15 tracks on the record. Could there really be some truth to this? I took a closer look.

The sixth Taylor in the lineup is “receipts Taylor”. Her entire dialogue in the end scene is very uncharacteristically Taylor, exclaiming “Getting receipts! Gonna edit this later, ha!” as she uses a camera phone to film a younger, more naive Taylor sobbing.
Throwback to 2016 when Kim Kardashian-West used a camera phone to film the infamous “Famous” conversation between Taylor and Kanye West, and uploaded her version, a manipulated footage, to the internet with the descriptor “Receipts”. This event along with the theme of betrayal floods very heavily throughout LWYMMD - the sixth track on Reputation - meaning thus far, this theory rings true.

Rewind to several days before the announcement of Reputation when celebrity blogger Perez Hilton began tweeting that he’d listened a track from Reputation that was incredibly long for a song and very different, describing it as non-single material. During the final hour of reconstruction on taylorswift.com, an alleged tracklist for Reputation was accidentally posted for a moment. This promptly forced the announcement to go into overdrive and Taylor immediately dropped the news on her Instagram as to not have the surprise spoiled - this was probably the reason for the new single being announced as “tomorrow night” on the Wednesday, even though it wasn’t being released until the Friday. Regardless, the content of the track list (or lack of) is the most interesting. All titles were blanked out, but the length of track 4 clocked in at a whopping 8:47.
The fourth Taylor in the end scene line up in ring master Taylor from the Red tour, and she’s the only Red era representation to have made it to the very end…

What if track 4 is the (nearly) 10 minute version of All Too Well?

  • Jughead: I want complete freedom
  • Betty: I can give you partial freedom and my puppy eyes look
  • Jughead: Sold
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Another pregnant zhanna doodles

anonymous asked:

I just got out of surgery and feeling a little weird and in pain. Would you do me the honour of drawing some recovery Bokuroos? I totally understand if not. Have a nice day!

He tried Anon… he tried.

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May or may not do a mini-series of this McHanzo!Au.

I have so many headcanons, some really happy.
… And some really really sad.

But don’t worry, everything’s gonna end well. <3

(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ Happy MerMay!

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Horror Favorites Meme: [1/6] Franchises - Halloween, 1978-2002

“It was a movie where the main character, the guy in the mask, really isn’t altogether human. He has no characteristics. He’s, uh, almost like a machine. He was just pure evil. That was what I intended to do. It’s evil out of nothing, evil from no background, which completely creeps me out as a human being, that evil could arrive at my doorstep without a purpose, without a past, without an origin. So that’s the idea behind it. It was put together to scare you. That’s all.” - John Carpenter