tbfh i hate that “i dont care attitude” some popular bloggers on here have towards legit callouts against them….like im not talking about a fake callout or one that’s made with bad evidence, like if someone’s calling u out for being a legit shit and abusive person

r u really gonna sit there and be like “lmao who cares” it’s like?? fuckin start caring and work on becoming a better person, create a better atmosphere for this hellsite, delete, wtf.

Shout out to the verbally abused kids who are told it doesn’t count because there are no bruises.
Shout out to the abused kids who aren’t taken seriously because they were acting up/asking for it/there are no marks to ‘prove’ it.
Shout out to the manipulated kids whose parents guilt them into thinking they deserve those shitty words and actions they get.
Shout out to everyone and anyone who is abused or has been abused.
You are strong and wonderful and I hope that one day you can get away and be happy and have the life you want.
No one deserves that kind of treatment. I love you.

Julian just replied to over 30 fans (many of them with rainbows in their icons or Larry-themed usernames) and basically said:

  • shipping Larry is okay
  • some songs on the 5th album can be applied to Larry
  • Liam has a good heart and didn’t mean to hurt any fans
  • the boys don’t hate Larry shippers
  • he doesn’t know why Liam didn’t address Ziam instead
  • he’s not on Simon’s payroll
  • he knows that the rainbows are not about Larry
  • he’s sure that Liam knows that the rainbows are not about Larry (lol okay)

It’s interesting that he’s spending so much time addressing this.


She recalls not being taken seriously in business meetings full of men, of encountering an attitude of “what do you know?” “It’s like, ‘Well, I’m the fucking artist,' ” she says, sitting up straighter in her chair. “ 'So I fucking know everything, actually! Like, don’t fucking talk down to me!’ “

She enjoyed working with Sia for her new album, even though the songs didn’t make it (one, "Alive,” became a single for Sia instead). Adele realized she had never collaborated with a woman before. “I actually love the dynamic of us both being in there and just fucking being bossy,” she says with a laugh. “And it’s all these male producers, and they’re all fucking shitting themselves 'cause we’re in there." 

- Adele for Rolling Stone

this one’s for u james corden


I am a [yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah] warrior, warrior.
I am a [yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah] warrior, warrior of love.

{insp.} ← check this song out, it’s great