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Fenrir Greyback, having a conversation with a fellow Death Eater: Yeah, being a werewolf is pretty chill. The only thing is I hate that I’ve gotten so hairy-

Voldemort, after blasting the door down: HARRY? 😠🔥 POTTER? 👓⚡ Boy who lived ?? 💀🔪🔫 Come 👏 To 👏 Die 👏 Neither can live 🔮🎉 while the other survives 💥💢 but I’m a SURVIVOR 💪👽 started from the bottom 😩😩 now im HERE 🎉💯 they dont call me the DARK LORD for nothing 👀 👀 Always on that GRIND ✨🔥 workin night 🌚 & DAY 🌞 to KILL 👏  HARRY 👏  POTTER 👏 👏 

  • Me: I can never seem to get my shit together.
  • Taurus: 👂🏻Sounds👂🏻 👎bad👎 for you 👯sis👯. But, me☝️? I've got a 💪handle💪 on this 💩. I'm 🕐ALWAYS🕝 on it. I have a 🏆AWARD🏅 for having it 👉🏻TOGETHER👈🏻. But you 🙅🏻wouldn't🙅‍♂️ 🙇🏻‍♀️know🙇 what that feels like, huh? 🤔🤔🤔🤣🤣🤣 Too bad 😛 I'm on my ish 💪 gonna be bringing in those 💸bills💵. 💼Workin🕴 🌅DAY☀️ and 🌃NIGHT🌙. 🌞ALWAYS🌚. But 🙏🏻hopefully🙌🏻 you'll 🤓know🤓 what it feels like, too. 😜🤗😘😇💞
MJ Song Categories: Solo Artist Edition

Songs containing an inspirational or powerful message (political or otherwise):

  • Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’
  • Man in the Mirror
  • Jam
  • Heal The World
  • Will You Be There
  • Black or White
  • Keep The Faith
  • They Don’t Care About Us
  • Money
  • Shout
  • Why You Wanna Trip On Me
  • Heal The World
  • Cry
  • What More Can I Give
  • We’ve Had Enough
  • Earth Song
  • On The Line

Songs about children:

  • Heal The World
  • Do You Know Where Your Children Are
  • The Lost Children
  • Little Susie
  • Speechless (according to MJ himself)

Song about his own children:

  • You Are My Life

Songs about women:

  • She’s Out Of My Life
  • Rock With You
  • Girlfriend
  • Human Nature
  • Carousel
  • Nite Line
  • Loving You
  • It’s The Falling In Love
  • Workin’ Day And Night
  • Baby Be Mine
  • The Girl Is Mine
  • Got The Hots
  • Hot Street
  • P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
  • The Lady In My Life
  • Billie Jean
  • Behind The Mask
  • Liberian Girl
  • The Way You Make Me Feel
  • Dirty Diana
  • Fly Away
  • Streetwalker
  • Chicago
  • Remember The Time
  • She Drives Me Wild
  • Dangerous
  • If You Don’t Love Me
  • Can’t Let Her Get Away
  • Who Is It
  • In The Closet
  • Work That Body
  • She Got It
  • Serious Effect
  • Give In To Me
  • Just Good Friends
  • I’m So Blue
  • Fall Again
  • Beautiful Girl
  • You Are Not Alone
  • Blood On The Dance Floor
  • Invincible
  • Heartbreaker
  • Break Of Dawn
  • Heaven Can Wait
  • One More Chance
  • Blue Gangsta
  • Butterflies
  • (I Like) The Way You Love Me
  • Whatever Happens
  • Don’t Walk Away
  • Slave To The Rhythm
  • You Rock My World
  • Superfly Sister

Songs stemming from his own personal experiences:

  • Billie Jean
  • Leave Me Alone
  • Speed Demon
  • Man In The Mirror
  • Price Of Fame
  • Why You Wanna Trip On Me
  • Will You Be There
  • Scream
  • They Don’t Care About Us
  • Morphine
  • Childhood
  • In The Back
  • D.S.
  • Stranger In Moscow
  • Xscape
  • Tabloid Junkie
  • This Time Around
  • Privacy

Songs about sex (or that could be interpreted as being about sex):

  • The Lady In My Life
  • Don’t Stop Til’ You Get Enough
  • Rock With You
  • Girlfriend
  • In The Closet
  • Superfly Sister
  • Nite Line
  • Got The Hots
  • Monkey Business
  • Break Of Dawn
  • 2000 Watts

Songs he covered that were made by other artists:

  • Come Together
  • Smile

Songs about violence, gang activity, war, etc.:

  • Beat It
  • Bad
  • Smooth Criminal
  • Al Capone
  • Little Susie
  • They Don’t Care About Us
  • We’ve Had Enough
  • Earth Song
  • Why You Wanna Trip On Me
  • Shout

Songs with a supernatural theme:

  • Thriller
  • Threatened
  • Ghosts
  • Is It Scary
  • A Place With No Name

Songs about dancing/having a good time:

  • Rock With You
  • Burn This Disco Out
  • Off The Wall
  • Get On The Floor
  • Hot Street

Songs that incorporate elements of Rock:

  • Beat It
  • Dirty Diana
  • Morphine
  • Give In To Me
  • P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
  • D.S.
  • (I Can’t Make It) Another Day
  • Black or White

Songs about some form of loss:

  • She’s Out Of My Life
  • Don’t Walk Away
  • Carousel
  • Gone Too Soon
  • Do You Know Where Your Children Are
  • The Lost Children
  • Little Susie
  • Earth Song
  • Carousel
  • Smooth Criminal
  • We’ve Had Enough

Songs about overcoming something:

  • Jam
  • Unbreakable
  • This Time Around
  • Keep The Faith
  • On The Line
  • Hold My Hand

Songs about Love (ALL forms):

  • Rock With You
  • Don’t Stop Til’ You Get Enough
  • I Can’t Help It
  • It’s The Falling In Love
  • Love Never Felt So Good
  • Baby Be Mine
  • The Girl Is Mine
  • The Lady In My Life
  • Human Nature
  • P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
  • The Way You Make Me Feel
  • Streetwalker
  • Fly Away
  • I’m So Blue
  • Liberian Girl
  • I Just Can’t Stop Loving You
  • Just Good Friends
  • Got The Hots
  • In The Closet
  • Remember The Time
  • If You Don’t Love Me
  • Someone Put Your Hand Out
  • Heal The World
  • Another Part Of Me
  • You Are Not Alone
  • Butterflies
  • Break Of Dawn
  • Loving You
  • You Rock My World
  • Fall Again
  • Beautiful Girl
  • Hold My Hand
  • Don’t Walk Away
  • One More Chance
  • Speechless
  • You Are My Life
  • (I Can’t Make It) Another Day
  • (I Like) The Way You Love Me
  • Best Of Joy

Songs about Injustice:

  • Scream
  • They Don’t Care About Us
  • We’ve Had Enough
  • Tabloid Junkie
  • Shout
  • Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Songs about pain (ALL forms):

  • She’s Out Of My Life
  • It’s The Falling In Love
  • Billie Jean
  • Dirty Diana
  • Leave Me Alone
  • Smooth Criminal
  • Why You Wanna Trip On Me
  • Who Is It
  • Gone Too Soon
  • Give In To Me
  • Price Of Fame
  • I’m So Blue
  • Dangerous
  • Slave To The Rhythm
  • They Don’t Care About Us
  • Childhood
  • Behind The Mask
  • You Are Not Alone
  • Stranger In Moscow
  • Morphine
  • Don’t Walk Away
  • Do You Know Where Your Children Are
  • We’ve Had Enough
  • Scream
  • Carousel

Songs exploring paranoia:

  • Thriller
  • Billie Jean
  • Dirty Diana
  • Speed Demon
  • Price Of Fame
  • Al Capone
  • Do You Know Where Your Children Are
  • Smooth Criminal
  • Dangerous
  • Who Is It
  • Morphine
  • Blood On The Dance Floor
  • Xscape
  • Threatened
  • A Place With No Name
Second dates

Pairing: Sam Wilson x Reader

Warnings: Smut, a bit of swearing, UNPROTECTED SEX. Wrap it before you tap it, let’s not overpopulate this already overpopulated world, especially now that it sucks.

Sam Wilson x Reader? Maybe Sam knew that she was in the Marines and needed a person to rely on after coming home, only to fall in love with her and having to find the courage to ask her out on a date, and when they get home, they show each other how much they truly love each other (If you know what I mean.)

A/N: Enjoy and give feedback <3 


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And there you were at the airport, holding a sign with Sam Wilson’s name. You hadn’t seen him in over a year and yet he asked you to pick him at the airport take him home. You stood on your tippy toes to get a better look from the hundreds of people arriving at the JFK airport until you saw a familiar face. You shouted his name and held the sign up high.

He hadn’t changed much, only gotten even more gorgeous than what you remember. If the few times you saw him, he was already hot, now he looked like a man. All built up, with a stubble, his sunglasses. Oh, lord, you had to mentally fan yourself.

He ran with his bag to meet you, smiling tiredly from the terribly long flight. He wrapped his huge arms around your torso, and you held on to his broad shoulders; he even lifted you from the ground, nobody around you would’ve thought that you were friends. Once in the car you two caught up on your lives since you hadn’t seen each other. You left the army about a year before him and since then you’d moved on with your life, trying to be as normal as you could with the PSTD. He was damn ready to do the same thing.

“Where to, Sammy?” you asked while getting out of the airport’s humongous parking lot.

“Same ol’ Harlem,” he said absentmindedly, “you still there?”

“Home is home, Wilson.” You shrugged.

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WHAT WAS YOUR FAV DOIN WHEN THEY WERE IN 6TH GRADE BC MY MAN PARK WOOJINS BEEN ON THAT GRIND HES BEEN HUSTLING DANCING AND POPPING FOR THOSE DOLLARS SINCE BEFORE PRODUCE 101 SINCE 6TH GRADE THATS WHEN HE WAS LIKE 12 THIS AINT SOME NORMAL TRAINEE STORY ITS SILVER-SCREEN WORTHY THIS SHIT COULD GET SOMEONE AN OSCAR HE OUT THERE WORKIN DAY AND NIGHT HE EVEN BUSTED SOME MOVES TO YOUNGMIN TO GET A FEW DOLLARS HE PUTTING EFFORT AND SWEAT AND TEARS INTO DOING THIS SHIT SINCE HE WAS T W E L V E BNM BETTER DO HIM RIGHT WANNA ONE STANS NEED TO DO. HIM. RIGHT. BC THIS BOY IS THAT BOY. HES THAT BOY. AND ANYONE THAT DOESNT LOVE THAT BOY NEEDS TO RETHINK AND THEN LOVE HIM BC HES THE ACE OF THE ENTIRE THING HES THE KING OF MAKIN HIS WAY INTO PEOPLES HEART EVERYONE LOVES WOOJIN PEOPLE WHO BARELY KNOW HIM LOVE HIM PEOPLE WHO CLAIM TO HATE HIM PROLLY LOVE HIM PEOPLE WHO DONT KNOW HIM LOVE HIM THEY JUST DONT KNOW IT YET THE WORLD IS STILL SO BLIND TO THIS THE FACT THAT HE STARTED OUT AT SUCH A LOW RANK PROVES HOW IGNORANT THE WORLD WAS UNTIL WOOJIN TURNED THEM AROUND AND SHOW THEM WHAT CAPTIVATION AND TALENT LOOK LIKE THATS TEA RIGHT THERE

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On this day in music history: May 9, 1983 - “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” by Michael Jackson is released. Written by Michael Jackson, it is the eighteenth solo single for the R&B and pop music icon from Gary, IN. Unlike most of the songs featured on Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” album which were written just prior to or during the sessions in the Summer and Fall of 1982, one song pre-dates that album. “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” actually dates back to the “Off The Wall” album. The initial idea for it is inspired by the often contentious relationship Michael’s sister La Toya has with her sisters-in-law. Also on his mind at the time is his own increasing conflicts with the press speculating and spreading false rumors about his personal life. At first, Jackson intends to give the song to his sister for her debut album, but changes his mind. “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” is originally recorded for “Off The Wall”, but is shelved when Jackson and producer Quincy Jones feel the first version doesn’t pass muster. It is replaced by “Workin’ Day And Night” which is the last song completed. Jackson decides to revive “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” for “Thriller”. The re-recorded version features Greg Phillinganes (electric piano, synthesizer), Michael Boddicker and Bill Wolfer (synthesizers, programming), Louis Johnson (bass), David Williams (guitar), Paulinho da Costa (percussion), Jerry Hey, Gary Grant (trumpets, flugelhorns), Larry Williams (saxophone, flute) and Bill Reichenbach (trombone). It also features Jackson on background vocals with James Ingram, Bunny Hull, Becky Lopez and The Waters (Maxine, Julia & Oren Waters). The climactic breakdown includes the chant “Mama-say mama-sah ma-ma-coo-sah” taken from Cameroonian musician Manu Dibango’s 70’s classic “Soul Makossa”. Recognizing the hook from Dibango’s song, Jones tries to dissuade Michael from using it fearing that he will be sued. But Jackson loves it so much he insists that it be left intact. Chosen as the opening track on “Thriller”, “Wanna Be” is released as the fourth single, while the previous single “Beat It” is still holding the number one spot on the Hot 100. Edited slightly for the album (6:02) and cut significantly for single release (4:15), the full unedited version (6:30) of the song is issued on a 12" single. It is another immediate smash, peaking at #5 on the Hot 100 and R&B singles chart in July of 1983, also earning a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Song in 1984. While it’s on the charts, Manu Dibango does file a lawsuit against Jackson. The matter is settled out of court with the singer paying Dibango a cash settlement. One of his most popular and enduring songs, Michael Jackson uses “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” as the opening song on his live shows through the HIStory Tour in 1997. Jackson’s 1981 demo of “Wanna Be” is included on the posthumously released soundtrack album to the film “This Is It” in 2009.

Girl, I’ve known you very well~
I’ve seen you growing every day~
I never really looked before~
But now you take my breath away~

Suddenly you’re in my life~
A part of everything I do~
You got me workin’ day and night~
Just tryin’ to keep a hold on you~

Here in your arms I found my paradise~
My only chance for happiness~
And if I lose you now, I think I would die~
Say you’ll always be my baby we can make it shine~
We can take forever just a minute at a time~

More than a woman~
More than a woman to me~
More than a woman~
More than a woman to me~


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The Astrological Signs as Michael Jackson Songs

As of late, I’ve been immersing myself into the world of astrology (S/O to @itsjustdesire); I find myself being deeply fascinated by it. Not only has astrology helped me better grasp an understanding of my complex behavior and personality quirks, but it’s also given me more insight on why people do the things they do. And, if you couldn’t already tell from my previous posts, I’m a rabid Michael Jackson enthusiast. So I decided to take something I’ve seen on Twitter quite often and put my own nerdtastic spin on it—assign each zodiac sign an MJ song and explain why I feel the song is representative of the signs. Sonically, lyrically, thematically, or all of the above. Hope you enjoy! And if you don’t particularly care for the tune that your sign was assigned, my apologies in advance.

Aries - Now, for the Ram of the zodiac, I chose “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’.” Aries are known for their bold, assertive, energetic nature, and what better Mike Jack song encompasses those characteristics better than WBSS? Its fun, fiery, fast-paced feel pairs perfectly with the Ram. Also, the lyrics to “Startin’ Somethin’” have a defensiveness to them, which is also known as a common Aries trait.

Taurus - Finding the perfect mate for the Bull was a tad bit tough for me, but I think I found a suitor that I’m sure all you Taureans will appreciate—”Human Nature.” My reason for choosing “Human Nature” to rep for Taurus is because of the sign’s groundedness and placidity. There’s no tune in Mike’s catalog that’s as tranquil and soothing as “Human Nature.” And its chorus, “Why? Why? Tell ‘em that it’s human nature.” You can’t get any more down-to-earth, grounded, and realistic than that.

Gemini - Alright, Twins. So for you guys, I picked “History.” Geminis are known for duality and deep complexity; they oftentimes get a bad rap for being “two-faced.” But that’s not always a bad thing, and the title track of the “HIStory” album displays that. Alternating between a rough-edged, stabby, funky, motivational groove and a smooth, idealistic lilt, “History” is like two songs in one. Although “History” is one of Mike’s most slept on tracks, it’s also one of his most creative and engaging. While Geminis are anything but under-discussed, they’re definitely one of the most creative, brilliant, and magnetic signs of the zodiac.

Cancer - So I chose “Cry” for the Crabs. If you know a little something about Cancers, you’re well aware of their highly sensitive, touchy disposition. A lot of people would even call them crybabies. (Hence, my song choice for them.) But aside from their hypersensitivity, Cancers can be deeply compassionate and altruistic. “Cry” is all about what Cancers stand for—deep desire to make positive change, lending aid to good causes, and just plain ol’ benevolence.

Leo - And now we’ve arrived to the regal ones of the zodiac, les Leos. This sign is primarily known for being braggadocious, confident, and open, so selecting a song for the Lions (”Bad”) was an easy task. Leos are about rising up to the occasion, showing and proving to themselves and to the world around them just how capable and badass they are. “Bad” has a bouncy, upbeat, warm instrumental—all things stereotypically Lion(ness). You go, Leo.

Virgo - Ah, yes, the analytical, anal workaholics of the zodiac. Anyone wanna take a wild guess as to which song I picked for the Virgins? If your guess is “Workin’ Day and Night,” two ‘hee hees’ and an air kick for you. Virgos are extremely hard-working, almost to a fault. They’re very detail-oriented and appreciate tasks that require great intricacy, which is also why I feel WDAN best represents Virgos. “Workin’ Day and Night” does not receive enough love in the Mike fandom for how incredibly elaborate the instrumental is. And to me, the same can be said for Virgos—who I feel do not get their due props.

Libra - If you happen to be reading this post and you’re not a hardcore Michael Jackson fan, you might not be familiar with this jam. Libras, whose symbol is the Scales, are very elegant, smooth, refined individuals. The original demo for “P.Y.T.” encapsulates all those attributes. Libras are also known for their beauty, good taste, and affinity for the finer things in life. And despite its relaxed groove, the “P.Y.T.” demo has a subtly luxurious vibe.

Scorpio - As for our Scorpions, well, it was a toss up between two songs: “Dangerous” and “Who is It.” Now, both of these songs are well-representative of common Scorpio traits—dark, intense, and passionate. Buuuutttt, I’m leaning more towards “Who is it” because of the tune’s mysteriousness and its theme of betrayal and deception. Also, because people tend to berate Scorpios for their supposed “need for emotional drama.” So if you’re a Scorp and you wholeheartedly rebuke the stereotypes placed upon you, gon’ head and opt for “Dangerous.” It fits you just as well.

Sagittarius - Choosing a tune for the Archers of the crew was pretty tough as well. But after a bit of pondering, I’m going with “Off the Wall” as the Sag theme song. As we all know, “Off the Wall” is about letting your hair down and freeing your mind, body, and spirit from life’s daily stressors. Sagittarians are characteristically fun, optimistic, outgoing, and free-spirited. When down, they don’t stay down. They boogie!

Capricorn - Ok, to be perfectly honest, I’m still not certain of which song I feel best epitomizes the Goats. So I’m just gonna throw a dart at my MJ album collection. And whaddaya know? It landed on “Man in the Mirror.” Caps are, at most times, best described as grounded, ambitious, conservative, and wise creatures. “Man in the Mirror” relays the message that it takes self-awareness, work, and drive to make the world at large a better place. And I think the vast majorities of Capricorns would deeply identify with this philosophy.

Aquarius“Stranger in Moscow” is the cut that I chose for our resident Water Bearers because of how deep, multi-faceted, and artistic they are. They also have a tendency to isolate themselves from others and are labelled as cold and distant. But that aloofness is not without rhyme or reason. Aquas are pretty eccentric and, though they take great pride in their individuality, can sometimes feel lonely and misunderstood. They seldom show it, but Aquarians are emotional people who have an immense need to make a difference. To me, Aquas are quiet storms—much like “Stranger in Moscow” is quietly intense.

Pisces - And last, but certainly not least, we have our Fish—the dreamy, creative, quiet, gentle souls of the zodiac. “Fly Away” is pretty much Pisces-in-a-jar. Listening to “Fly Away,” you can easy space out and get whisked away into a dreamland where you and the object of your desire leave the callous world behind and float to the cosmos together. Idealistic and romantic, Pisces would want nothing more than to just…fly away.

Alright, folks, so that’s it! What’d you think? Do you think my choices were pretty accurate? If not, which songs would you have chosen? Oh, and what’s your sign? I’d appreciate any feedback.

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