william buddy

anytime i see a post with nursey being v romantic and dex being a memer i 100% agree but i am also picturing dex internally screaming the entire time like this boy is deeply in love but when nursey asks him out his brain just goes blue screen of death and he says something like, “yeah sure” and shrugs even though he wants to scream out a sick guitar solo right there

also dex definitely has issues communicating w people? like it isnt uncommon for people to misread his emotions or what he’s trying to say and its v frustrating/confusing bc he isnt really clear on where the misunderstandings are coming from?? 

he legitimately does not have words for his feelings for this boy and he definitely shows his affection very very differently from how nursey shows him but make no mistake anytime nursey does something sweet dex is burning with the rage of a thousand suns/living a constant litany of “be cool Will BE COOL”/lying face down on the floor in death’s sweet embrace 

here’s the real question: what hogwarts houses would the skam characters be in?


[…] But Ellie is chasing nothing of the sort. She has spotted a herd of giraffes, lumbering through the deserted ruins of the city. They are moving with purpose, vital and healthy. As she reaches out to one of the beasts and whispers “hey there,” with a child-like awe, we are briefly reminded that Ellie is a child, albeit stripped of any semblance of a childhood. To her, the moment is a gift.

TBL For Fun - Episode 04x07 Promo

Well I am bored so I am going to post some promo photos for the next episode 04 x 07 - Dr. Adrian Shaw and come up with my own unique / weird interpretation of each.  I am keeping the pics in the same order as posted on NBC Blacklist because what the heck do I know?

Liz - “I believe my father Alexander Kirk is here and I want to donate to try to save his life.”

Tom - “Liz you are such a drama queen. Wait, is that Charlize Theron sitting over there?”

Red - "Hello. NBC? Hey when you said that Season 4A was going to focus on Kirk, I thought you meant Captain Kirk of Star Trek. You know, my buddy William Shatner? Well can’t you beam him up or something?”

Cooper - “I am Harold Cooper and I am the head of the FBI Task Force and very important and always serious. So I am having a very serious conversation with this woman in the hospital. Until I found out she actually works in the hospital cafeteria. Then I gracefully walked away.”

Red - “You two know each other? Is this a date? I love dates. I remember my first date with Mila McCarthy. We were 16 and I took her to see Carrie and we were sitting in the back of the theater and whenever she screamed she would reach over and grab me and then I would…. Oh sorry. You were saying?”

Liz - “When I was a young child I used to play hide and seek. At least I think I used to do that. Reddington messed with my memories so I don’t really know if I did or not. And speaking of Reddington thank God I never think about him anymore. Except when I do. Which is not very much. Except all the time. Stop it Liz!”

“Oh no! Alarms are going off all over the place. We need to run down this hallway and look like we know what we are doing. And thank heavens we have the blue gloves on already. Have you ever tried to put on gloves while running? It is not a pretty sight.”

Tom - “Hey, do you like my hair? What about my beard? Am I too sexy for my shirt? I hope Charlize thinks so, that’s for sure.”

Cooper - “So I just had a very long conversation with a woman who works in the hospital cafeteria.  And she recommended the Club Sandwich for lunch.”

Liz - “I hate waiting. I am so bored right now. And Tom can’t carry a conversation. I might as well be talking to a pet rock.”

Samar - “These wonder-bras do work miracles.”

Liz - “I wonder what Red is up to? Does he still think about me? Or is he thinking about that stupid Madeline Pratt? Wait - stop, I am here for my father, remember? Red is the guy I hate. Or I love him, or I hate that I love him.”

Tom - “I can’t believe Charlize Theron just walked right by me without acknowledging me at all. I even raised my arms over my head to stretch so she could see my abs. And she still ignored me! I am so depressed.”

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Daddy’s Little Buddy - Danny Williams

i 💜 your hawaii five o imagines! can I have a danny x reader where the reader is pregnant and goes into labor during a case

Title: Daddy’s Little Bud 

Pairing: Danny x Reader 

Warnings: I added a lot of gifs, but other than that none, I think 

Prompt: Danny x reader where the reader is pregnant and goes into labor during a case 

A/N: I got a little carried away #noregrets

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anyways @therealjacksepticeye is a gift from the ancient celtic deities and we don’t deserve him

specifically for @livingtrashbag because she would rather find this adorable green kid at the end of an irish rainbow than a pot of gold


“I love you.”

Happy Valentine’s Day! Have some McDanno kisses :)


Song Review: Alison Krauss - “Losing You”

Bruce Springsteen AND the E Street Band.

Booker T. AND the MG’s.

Commander Cody AND His Lost Planet Airmen.

Alison Krauss AND Union Station.

Although these artists are as different as different can be, they have one thing in common - the namesake leader almost always does his or her best work when accompanied by the band that follows the “AND.”

This holds true on “Losing You,” the first single from the first Alison Krauss solo album since 1999 and her first studio recording since 2011’s Paper Airplane with Union Station.

Windy City is due Feb. 17 and features a who’s-who of supporting musicians including Buddy Cannon, Jamey Johnson, Hank Williams Jr. and Union Station denizens Dan Tyminski, Barry Bales and Ron Block among others.

A torch song of the highest order, “Losing You” has no fiddle, but lots of violin. Its lush strings and orchestral arrangement find Krauss sounding more like Linda Ronstadt in her Nelson Riddle phase of the 1980s than anything we’ve heard from Krauss since, well, ever.

Krauss’ angelic voice is as gorgeous and appealing as ever, even if it sounds out of place in this bland musical setting.

Grade card: Alison Krauss - “Losing You” - C+