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Fi70 Three-Way Wireless High Fidelity Music System

We present you the Fi70 Three-Way Wireless High Fidelity Music System.Besides 6 drivers, this Bluetooth speaker also features a built-in equalizer that increases the overall sound quality. The 6 speakers on this Bluetooth music system by Fluence include two 8-inch subwoofers, two 5-inch woven glass fiber composite midrange drivers and two 1-inch Neodymium Ferrofluid treble speakers.

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Groove SonaVERSE Portable BoomBox

If you need a cool-looking speaker that combines clear audio playback, surprising input versatility and maximum portability for full-range music on the go, we have just the right boombox for you – SonaVERSE BXL is here to brighten up your day with crisp-clear playback and GoGroove signature design, and it boasts a rechargeable 3.7V battery to round off the best music box you can find with such an affordable price tag-  

Isak comes home from school and is immediately assaulted by the loud beat of music.
Even likes to listen to music at an ungodly volume and Isak has gotten used to it. His brain takes over and tunes out the chords, leaving only an almost pleasant buzz cocooning his body.
He is midway through stepping out of his shoes when he freezes.

The song is familiar but not so much that he recognises it immediately. Which is odd: Even tends to listen to songs on repeat until they turn into a sickening mush of irritating vibrations and he and Isak can’t even look at the cover art without gagging.
So this is a new song. That already feels familiar.

How?

Leaving his shoes behind, Isak walks into the living room where Even greats him with a huge smile and extended arms, hips moving to the rhythm of the pop-ish song.
Isak takes one glance at Even’s laptop and lets his backpack drop to the floor.

“No.”

Even can’t possibly hear him over the music blasting from the wireless speakers but he can certainly read the horror painted on Isak’s face and his smile widen.

(That prick.)

Isak extends an index finger in front of him, as a warning.

“Even, no.”

Even licks his lips.

“I’M GONNA KILL THAT VOICE IN MY HEAD, I DON’T CARE ABOUT FALLING, I’M GONNA GRAB THE MOMENT,” Even sings at the top of his lungs.

Isak purses his lips to contain a smile and backs up from his boyfriend.

“Don’t you dare,” Isak says, extending his arm so his index finger acts as a shield between him and his Eurovision-crazed boyfriend.

“HIDDEN DEEP. IN THAT BEAT. THERE’S A CALLING FOR THAT LEAP.” Even strides over to Isak and places his hands gently on his boyfriend’s hips. “Got no control but I know. There’s a fire in my soul.” He’s mouthing the lyrics now and presses a kiss to Isak’s forehead.

“Even–” Isak closes his eyes in defeat as Even starts to nuzzle his neck–”Why?”

He gets goosebumps from Even giggling against his skin as the song comes to an end.

“Be grateful I didn’t pick the yodeling one,” Even whispers.

“Oh dear God,” Isak says, smiling.

Isak digs his fingers into Even’s hair and leans into him. Even brings him in closer, his long arms wrapping around him and gently squeezing.
They cling to each other for a while, in the loud silence of their flat, Even’s heartbeat slowing down to match Isak’s.

“How was school?” Even raises his head and combs Isak’s hair with his fingers, tucking a few wild strands behind his ears.

“Blissfully Eurovision-free,” Isak says, hands fluttering down to Even’s lower back.

“Oh come on! That song isn’t that bad! Where is your national pride?” Even walks away from Isak to return to his laptop.

“I left it in 2009 with Alexander Rybak,” Isak says.

“That guy was cute.” Even is bent over his laptop, his back to Isak.

“You’re telling me!” Isak walks into the kitchen and starts to search their fridge for anything to eat that doesn’t have life growing on it.

Suddenly, music is playing again and Isak starts, almost knocking his head against the roof of the fridge.

Even’s voice carries to the kitchen.

“LET’S EXPLORE THIS GALAXY OF STARS!”

It takes all of Isak’s will not to jump out of the window on the spot.

“EVEN, NO!”

[songs referenced in the fic under the cut]

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Nothing makes music social like food, so with the help of UE BOOM we asked 5 L.A. chefs to create a family meal for us inspired by the music they listened to in the kitchen during prep.  This week we went to Union in Pasadena, where New Jersey native Bruce Kalman cooked us up some Meatballs with Baked Ziti and Garlic Bread.  The soundtrack?  Bon Jovi, of course.

By Food Is The New Rock 

IM CRYING MY SISTER IS MAD BECAUSE SHE BORROWED THE WIRELESS SPEAKER AND IT WAS STILL CONNECTED TO MY COMPUTER AND I DIDN’T REALIZE IT UNTIL THE SOUNDS OF MY REACTION VIDEO FOR BOKU NO PICO CAME OUT OF THE BATHROOM ALONG WITH MY SISTER YELLING AT ME TO DISCONNECT

MY PARENTS ARE CONCERNED

Gifts For The Signs

*Check Sun, Moon, & Rising signs*

Aries - bluetooth speaker or wireless headphones, hat, lipstick, band t-shirt, antique mirror, penny board, neon sign, gym membership, work-out accessories, GoPro

Taurus - purse/tote/satchel, gift card to favorite restaurant or a book store, art, scarf, coffee mug, blanket, box of chocolates, silk robe, silver jewelry

Gemini - puzzle, book (new & intriguing), gossip magazine or newspaper subscription, nail polish, playing cards, kite, LP records, choker, unique pins/brooches, trivia games

Cancer - bath bombs, pearls, flowers, handmade crafts, candles, vintage cook book or utensils, framed photo or photo album, over-sized sweaters, gifts for their pets

Leo - music festival or theater tickets, rocking chair, hair clips, eye shadow, cigars, book (auto/biographies), retro games or decor, gold jewelry, champagne, selfie stick

Virgo - pillow, succulents, unique socks, red wine, typewriter, rings, books (self-help, psychological thriller, or motivational), massage oils, journal, yoga mat

Libra - home decor, earrings, perfume/cologne, fashion magazine subscription (Vogue, GQ…), silk pajamas, gift card to favorite clothing store, white wine, cuff links, vest

Scorpio - shoes, movies, lingerie, eye liner, video games, pocket knife, anything of leather or velvet, wallet, privacy screen, sunglasses, liquor, hoodie, $

Sagittarius - binoculars, waterproof speaker or phone case, keychain, books (philosophical, law, or spiritual) vintage maps, comedy show or concert tickets, video camera, address book, travel magazine subscription (NAT. Geo…)

Capricorn - watch, pottery, planner, tea, beanies, unique wreath, DIY craft book, skincare products, wine stoppers, telescope, gloves, terrarium, chalk or cork board

Aquarius - iTunes gift card, ukele, social magazine subscriptions (Rolling Stones…), flask, books (sci-fi/fantasy), bow tie, vinyl decals, instant camera, facial hair oil, patches, drone

Pisces - dream catcher, doc martens, mood ring, custom playlist, slippers, art supplies (watercolor paints…), hand-made/knitted clothing, lava lamp, a fish, hammock, poetry

Friday Night Baths (Marco Reus)

If you could, you’d sing to the high heavens about how happy you were that the work week was finally over. Friday’s didn’t seem to come quick enough these days. Of course, you knew that having a job and a flat to even pay bills for were privileges. But adulting was hard man. Sometimes, you caught yourself longing for the days of being a teen with no obligations again. Then you remembered how awful it was having to rely on your parents for everything, making you appreciate where you were in life. It was a painful cycle.

When you got home, you immediately made your way to the bathroom to draw a warm bath. You floated through your place as the water filled the tub, stripping off your clothes as you did so. It was a mess in here, but you’d worry about cleaning later. Right now, all you needed was to relax. You went back to the bathroom, connecting your phone to the wireless speaker to play some soft music. Before you slid into the tub, you put one of your favorite flower bath bombs in.

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