alrightevans:

ultracompletelyoriginalurl:

jensensboytoy:

spookylyriumspirit:

banimals:

I’ve had worse housemates. 

Is Death, single?

Is he nice to be with? I’d totally date him

I want this TV show

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sourcedumal:

ilovemy4c-hair:

compactiscute:

So natural hair is being targeted by the U.S. Military. 
“More than 30% of females serving in the military are of a race other than white. As of 2011, 36% of females in the U.S. stated that they are natural, or refrain from chemically processing their hair. Females with natural hair take strides to style their natural hair in a professional manner when necessary; however, changes to AR 670-1 offer little to no options for females with natural hair. In the proposed changes, unauthorized hairstyles include twists, both flat twists as well as two strand twists; as well as dreadlocks, which are defined as “any matted or locked coils or ropes of hair.” These new changes are racially biased and the lack of regard for ethnic hair is apparent. This policy needs to be reviewed prior to publishing to allow for neat and maintained natural hairstyles.” 
There is a petition to reconsider the changes added to AR 670-1 and you can sign here. 

Signing the heck out of this!!!!

Aww hell to the no

sourcedumal:

ilovemy4c-hair:

compactiscute:

So natural hair is being targeted by the U.S. Military. 

“More than 30% of females serving in the military are of a race other than white. As of 2011, 36% of females in the U.S. stated that they are natural, or refrain from chemically processing their hair. Females with natural hair take strides to style their natural hair in a professional manner when necessary; however, changes to AR 670-1 offer little to no options for females with natural hair. In the proposed changes, unauthorized hairstyles include twists, both flat twists as well as two strand twists; as well as dreadlocks, which are defined as “any matted or locked coils or ropes of hair.” These new changes are racially biased and the lack of regard for ethnic hair is apparent. This policy needs to be reviewed prior to publishing to allow for neat and maintained natural hairstyles.” 

There is a petition to reconsider the changes added to AR 670-1 and you can sign here

Signing the heck out of this!!!!

Aww hell to the no

(via lyricsandlesbians)

salemexplainsitall:

It was 30 years ago today that the Breakfast Club met for detention 
salemexplainsitall:

It was 30 years ago today that the Breakfast Club met for detention 

salemexplainsitall:

It was 30 years ago today that the Breakfast Club met for detention 

(via rings-of-salt)

robinade:

riningear:


[Support through the Kickstarter here, with a goal of $150,000!]
Social Change Through Consumerism: Feminist Style
[Amulya] Sanagavarapu, who is finishing up her final semester at the University of Waterloo in Canada, was inspired by a prank from activist group FORCE, which advertised a fake line of “consent panties” from Victoria’s Secret last year. When it was clear that no existing companies were making moves to create the undies — despite obvious interest from would-be consumers on Twitter — Sanagavarapu decided to step up and do it herself.
So Feminist Style was born, and with it a debut line of consent-themed panties and briefs. The collection features different styles for both men and women, detailed with statements like “Ask first,” “Consent is sexy,” and “Only yes means yes,” mixed with messages of body positivity. Her hope is that it will encourage a more thoughtful discourse on consent and sexual boundaries.
“I think having consent panties as a real product out in the market, as actual alternatives to underwear slogans that teach that ‘no’ is a way to flirt (i.e., “No peeking”), would serve as a small step to shifting the culture around consent,” Sanagavarapu wrote to BuzzFeed.
“They aren’t meant to speak for the wearer, and they won’t stop serial rapists, but they may serve as sort of a fun way to initiate conversations about boundaries and what each person is or is not comfortable with. The main goal is to help shift the culture from one that encourages sexual objectification to one that promotes consent education.”
The underwear isn’t available for purchase just yet, but she’s launched a Kickstarter to raise enough money to make the idea a reality. Proceeds from underwear sales will in turn be used to fund feminist advertising.
“Our feminist advertising will mostly be in the form of PSAs that bring awareness to the issues that our products are targeting — so to start with they will target issues of consent and rape culture,” Sanagavarapu told us, citing videos from New Zealand’s “Who Are You?” campaign and YWCA Auckland as examples. “Anything that promotes our products directly will also be done so with models of all shapes and sizes.”
The underwear line is only the first stage for Feminist Style, and Sanagavarapu intends to expand the brand’s horizons with more varied products. But she hasn’t finalized anything just yet.
“Our mission is to ‘sell products that target sexism to promote gender equality’, so as long as we see ads and products with sexism there will always be something new for Feminist Style to do. One obvious example of a product that fits this description — which may or may not be our next product — is how the only Halloween costumes for women are all ‘sexy.’ There’s nothing wrong with any woman choosing to wear a revealing costume, but when that’s the only option available you know that something is off.”


As of this posting, she only has $13k out of $150k, with 17 days left! Tumblr, I know you want this, and we can easily do it! 

3 days left!
robinade:

riningear:


[Support through the Kickstarter here, with a goal of $150,000!]
Social Change Through Consumerism: Feminist Style
[Amulya] Sanagavarapu, who is finishing up her final semester at the University of Waterloo in Canada, was inspired by a prank from activist group FORCE, which advertised a fake line of “consent panties” from Victoria’s Secret last year. When it was clear that no existing companies were making moves to create the undies — despite obvious interest from would-be consumers on Twitter — Sanagavarapu decided to step up and do it herself.
So Feminist Style was born, and with it a debut line of consent-themed panties and briefs. The collection features different styles for both men and women, detailed with statements like “Ask first,” “Consent is sexy,” and “Only yes means yes,” mixed with messages of body positivity. Her hope is that it will encourage a more thoughtful discourse on consent and sexual boundaries.
“I think having consent panties as a real product out in the market, as actual alternatives to underwear slogans that teach that ‘no’ is a way to flirt (i.e., “No peeking”), would serve as a small step to shifting the culture around consent,” Sanagavarapu wrote to BuzzFeed.
“They aren’t meant to speak for the wearer, and they won’t stop serial rapists, but they may serve as sort of a fun way to initiate conversations about boundaries and what each person is or is not comfortable with. The main goal is to help shift the culture from one that encourages sexual objectification to one that promotes consent education.”
The underwear isn’t available for purchase just yet, but she’s launched a Kickstarter to raise enough money to make the idea a reality. Proceeds from underwear sales will in turn be used to fund feminist advertising.
“Our feminist advertising will mostly be in the form of PSAs that bring awareness to the issues that our products are targeting — so to start with they will target issues of consent and rape culture,” Sanagavarapu told us, citing videos from New Zealand’s “Who Are You?” campaign and YWCA Auckland as examples. “Anything that promotes our products directly will also be done so with models of all shapes and sizes.”
The underwear line is only the first stage for Feminist Style, and Sanagavarapu intends to expand the brand’s horizons with more varied products. But she hasn’t finalized anything just yet.
“Our mission is to ‘sell products that target sexism to promote gender equality’, so as long as we see ads and products with sexism there will always be something new for Feminist Style to do. One obvious example of a product that fits this description — which may or may not be our next product — is how the only Halloween costumes for women are all ‘sexy.’ There’s nothing wrong with any woman choosing to wear a revealing costume, but when that’s the only option available you know that something is off.”


As of this posting, she only has $13k out of $150k, with 17 days left! Tumblr, I know you want this, and we can easily do it! 

3 days left!
robinade:

riningear:


[Support through the Kickstarter here, with a goal of $150,000!]
Social Change Through Consumerism: Feminist Style
[Amulya] Sanagavarapu, who is finishing up her final semester at the University of Waterloo in Canada, was inspired by a prank from activist group FORCE, which advertised a fake line of “consent panties” from Victoria’s Secret last year. When it was clear that no existing companies were making moves to create the undies — despite obvious interest from would-be consumers on Twitter — Sanagavarapu decided to step up and do it herself.
So Feminist Style was born, and with it a debut line of consent-themed panties and briefs. The collection features different styles for both men and women, detailed with statements like “Ask first,” “Consent is sexy,” and “Only yes means yes,” mixed with messages of body positivity. Her hope is that it will encourage a more thoughtful discourse on consent and sexual boundaries.
“I think having consent panties as a real product out in the market, as actual alternatives to underwear slogans that teach that ‘no’ is a way to flirt (i.e., “No peeking”), would serve as a small step to shifting the culture around consent,” Sanagavarapu wrote to BuzzFeed.
“They aren’t meant to speak for the wearer, and they won’t stop serial rapists, but they may serve as sort of a fun way to initiate conversations about boundaries and what each person is or is not comfortable with. The main goal is to help shift the culture from one that encourages sexual objectification to one that promotes consent education.”
The underwear isn’t available for purchase just yet, but she’s launched a Kickstarter to raise enough money to make the idea a reality. Proceeds from underwear sales will in turn be used to fund feminist advertising.
“Our feminist advertising will mostly be in the form of PSAs that bring awareness to the issues that our products are targeting — so to start with they will target issues of consent and rape culture,” Sanagavarapu told us, citing videos from New Zealand’s “Who Are You?” campaign and YWCA Auckland as examples. “Anything that promotes our products directly will also be done so with models of all shapes and sizes.”
The underwear line is only the first stage for Feminist Style, and Sanagavarapu intends to expand the brand’s horizons with more varied products. But she hasn’t finalized anything just yet.
“Our mission is to ‘sell products that target sexism to promote gender equality’, so as long as we see ads and products with sexism there will always be something new for Feminist Style to do. One obvious example of a product that fits this description — which may or may not be our next product — is how the only Halloween costumes for women are all ‘sexy.’ There’s nothing wrong with any woman choosing to wear a revealing costume, but when that’s the only option available you know that something is off.”


As of this posting, she only has $13k out of $150k, with 17 days left! Tumblr, I know you want this, and we can easily do it! 

3 days left!
robinade:

riningear:


[Support through the Kickstarter here, with a goal of $150,000!]
Social Change Through Consumerism: Feminist Style
[Amulya] Sanagavarapu, who is finishing up her final semester at the University of Waterloo in Canada, was inspired by a prank from activist group FORCE, which advertised a fake line of “consent panties” from Victoria’s Secret last year. When it was clear that no existing companies were making moves to create the undies — despite obvious interest from would-be consumers on Twitter — Sanagavarapu decided to step up and do it herself.
So Feminist Style was born, and with it a debut line of consent-themed panties and briefs. The collection features different styles for both men and women, detailed with statements like “Ask first,” “Consent is sexy,” and “Only yes means yes,” mixed with messages of body positivity. Her hope is that it will encourage a more thoughtful discourse on consent and sexual boundaries.
“I think having consent panties as a real product out in the market, as actual alternatives to underwear slogans that teach that ‘no’ is a way to flirt (i.e., “No peeking”), would serve as a small step to shifting the culture around consent,” Sanagavarapu wrote to BuzzFeed.
“They aren’t meant to speak for the wearer, and they won’t stop serial rapists, but they may serve as sort of a fun way to initiate conversations about boundaries and what each person is or is not comfortable with. The main goal is to help shift the culture from one that encourages sexual objectification to one that promotes consent education.”
The underwear isn’t available for purchase just yet, but she’s launched a Kickstarter to raise enough money to make the idea a reality. Proceeds from underwear sales will in turn be used to fund feminist advertising.
“Our feminist advertising will mostly be in the form of PSAs that bring awareness to the issues that our products are targeting — so to start with they will target issues of consent and rape culture,” Sanagavarapu told us, citing videos from New Zealand’s “Who Are You?” campaign and YWCA Auckland as examples. “Anything that promotes our products directly will also be done so with models of all shapes and sizes.”
The underwear line is only the first stage for Feminist Style, and Sanagavarapu intends to expand the brand’s horizons with more varied products. But she hasn’t finalized anything just yet.
“Our mission is to ‘sell products that target sexism to promote gender equality’, so as long as we see ads and products with sexism there will always be something new for Feminist Style to do. One obvious example of a product that fits this description — which may or may not be our next product — is how the only Halloween costumes for women are all ‘sexy.’ There’s nothing wrong with any woman choosing to wear a revealing costume, but when that’s the only option available you know that something is off.”


As of this posting, she only has $13k out of $150k, with 17 days left! Tumblr, I know you want this, and we can easily do it! 

3 days left!
robinade:

riningear:


[Support through the Kickstarter here, with a goal of $150,000!]
Social Change Through Consumerism: Feminist Style
[Amulya] Sanagavarapu, who is finishing up her final semester at the University of Waterloo in Canada, was inspired by a prank from activist group FORCE, which advertised a fake line of “consent panties” from Victoria’s Secret last year. When it was clear that no existing companies were making moves to create the undies — despite obvious interest from would-be consumers on Twitter — Sanagavarapu decided to step up and do it herself.
So Feminist Style was born, and with it a debut line of consent-themed panties and briefs. The collection features different styles for both men and women, detailed with statements like “Ask first,” “Consent is sexy,” and “Only yes means yes,” mixed with messages of body positivity. Her hope is that it will encourage a more thoughtful discourse on consent and sexual boundaries.
“I think having consent panties as a real product out in the market, as actual alternatives to underwear slogans that teach that ‘no’ is a way to flirt (i.e., “No peeking”), would serve as a small step to shifting the culture around consent,” Sanagavarapu wrote to BuzzFeed.
“They aren’t meant to speak for the wearer, and they won’t stop serial rapists, but they may serve as sort of a fun way to initiate conversations about boundaries and what each person is or is not comfortable with. The main goal is to help shift the culture from one that encourages sexual objectification to one that promotes consent education.”
The underwear isn’t available for purchase just yet, but she’s launched a Kickstarter to raise enough money to make the idea a reality. Proceeds from underwear sales will in turn be used to fund feminist advertising.
“Our feminist advertising will mostly be in the form of PSAs that bring awareness to the issues that our products are targeting — so to start with they will target issues of consent and rape culture,” Sanagavarapu told us, citing videos from New Zealand’s “Who Are You?” campaign and YWCA Auckland as examples. “Anything that promotes our products directly will also be done so with models of all shapes and sizes.”
The underwear line is only the first stage for Feminist Style, and Sanagavarapu intends to expand the brand’s horizons with more varied products. But she hasn’t finalized anything just yet.
“Our mission is to ‘sell products that target sexism to promote gender equality’, so as long as we see ads and products with sexism there will always be something new for Feminist Style to do. One obvious example of a product that fits this description — which may or may not be our next product — is how the only Halloween costumes for women are all ‘sexy.’ There’s nothing wrong with any woman choosing to wear a revealing costume, but when that’s the only option available you know that something is off.”


As of this posting, she only has $13k out of $150k, with 17 days left! Tumblr, I know you want this, and we can easily do it! 

3 days left!
robinade:

riningear:


[Support through the Kickstarter here, with a goal of $150,000!]
Social Change Through Consumerism: Feminist Style
[Amulya] Sanagavarapu, who is finishing up her final semester at the University of Waterloo in Canada, was inspired by a prank from activist group FORCE, which advertised a fake line of “consent panties” from Victoria’s Secret last year. When it was clear that no existing companies were making moves to create the undies — despite obvious interest from would-be consumers on Twitter — Sanagavarapu decided to step up and do it herself.
So Feminist Style was born, and with it a debut line of consent-themed panties and briefs. The collection features different styles for both men and women, detailed with statements like “Ask first,” “Consent is sexy,” and “Only yes means yes,” mixed with messages of body positivity. Her hope is that it will encourage a more thoughtful discourse on consent and sexual boundaries.
“I think having consent panties as a real product out in the market, as actual alternatives to underwear slogans that teach that ‘no’ is a way to flirt (i.e., “No peeking”), would serve as a small step to shifting the culture around consent,” Sanagavarapu wrote to BuzzFeed.
“They aren’t meant to speak for the wearer, and they won’t stop serial rapists, but they may serve as sort of a fun way to initiate conversations about boundaries and what each person is or is not comfortable with. The main goal is to help shift the culture from one that encourages sexual objectification to one that promotes consent education.”
The underwear isn’t available for purchase just yet, but she’s launched a Kickstarter to raise enough money to make the idea a reality. Proceeds from underwear sales will in turn be used to fund feminist advertising.
“Our feminist advertising will mostly be in the form of PSAs that bring awareness to the issues that our products are targeting — so to start with they will target issues of consent and rape culture,” Sanagavarapu told us, citing videos from New Zealand’s “Who Are You?” campaign and YWCA Auckland as examples. “Anything that promotes our products directly will also be done so with models of all shapes and sizes.”
The underwear line is only the first stage for Feminist Style, and Sanagavarapu intends to expand the brand’s horizons with more varied products. But she hasn’t finalized anything just yet.
“Our mission is to ‘sell products that target sexism to promote gender equality’, so as long as we see ads and products with sexism there will always be something new for Feminist Style to do. One obvious example of a product that fits this description — which may or may not be our next product — is how the only Halloween costumes for women are all ‘sexy.’ There’s nothing wrong with any woman choosing to wear a revealing costume, but when that’s the only option available you know that something is off.”


As of this posting, she only has $13k out of $150k, with 17 days left! Tumblr, I know you want this, and we can easily do it! 

3 days left!
robinade:

riningear:


[Support through the Kickstarter here, with a goal of $150,000!]
Social Change Through Consumerism: Feminist Style
[Amulya] Sanagavarapu, who is finishing up her final semester at the University of Waterloo in Canada, was inspired by a prank from activist group FORCE, which advertised a fake line of “consent panties” from Victoria’s Secret last year. When it was clear that no existing companies were making moves to create the undies — despite obvious interest from would-be consumers on Twitter — Sanagavarapu decided to step up and do it herself.
So Feminist Style was born, and with it a debut line of consent-themed panties and briefs. The collection features different styles for both men and women, detailed with statements like “Ask first,” “Consent is sexy,” and “Only yes means yes,” mixed with messages of body positivity. Her hope is that it will encourage a more thoughtful discourse on consent and sexual boundaries.
“I think having consent panties as a real product out in the market, as actual alternatives to underwear slogans that teach that ‘no’ is a way to flirt (i.e., “No peeking”), would serve as a small step to shifting the culture around consent,” Sanagavarapu wrote to BuzzFeed.
“They aren’t meant to speak for the wearer, and they won’t stop serial rapists, but they may serve as sort of a fun way to initiate conversations about boundaries and what each person is or is not comfortable with. The main goal is to help shift the culture from one that encourages sexual objectification to one that promotes consent education.”
The underwear isn’t available for purchase just yet, but she’s launched a Kickstarter to raise enough money to make the idea a reality. Proceeds from underwear sales will in turn be used to fund feminist advertising.
“Our feminist advertising will mostly be in the form of PSAs that bring awareness to the issues that our products are targeting — so to start with they will target issues of consent and rape culture,” Sanagavarapu told us, citing videos from New Zealand’s “Who Are You?” campaign and YWCA Auckland as examples. “Anything that promotes our products directly will also be done so with models of all shapes and sizes.”
The underwear line is only the first stage for Feminist Style, and Sanagavarapu intends to expand the brand’s horizons with more varied products. But she hasn’t finalized anything just yet.
“Our mission is to ‘sell products that target sexism to promote gender equality’, so as long as we see ads and products with sexism there will always be something new for Feminist Style to do. One obvious example of a product that fits this description — which may or may not be our next product — is how the only Halloween costumes for women are all ‘sexy.’ There’s nothing wrong with any woman choosing to wear a revealing costume, but when that’s the only option available you know that something is off.”


As of this posting, she only has $13k out of $150k, with 17 days left! Tumblr, I know you want this, and we can easily do it! 

3 days left!

robinade:

riningear:

[Support through the Kickstarter here, with a goal of $150,000!]

Social Change Through Consumerism: Feminist Style

[Amulya] Sanagavarapu, who is finishing up her final semester at the University of Waterloo in Canada, was inspired by a prank from activist group FORCE, which advertised a fake line of “consent panties” from Victoria’s Secret last year. When it was clear that no existing companies were making moves to create the undies — despite obvious interest from would-be consumers on Twitter — Sanagavarapu decided to step up and do it herself.

So Feminist Style was born, and with it a debut line of consent-themed panties and briefs. The collection features different styles for both men and women, detailed with statements like “Ask first,” “Consent is sexy,” and “Only yes means yes,” mixed with messages of body positivity. Her hope is that it will encourage a more thoughtful discourse on consent and sexual boundaries.

“I think having consent panties as a real product out in the market, as actual alternatives to underwear slogans that teach that ‘no’ is a way to flirt (i.e., “No peeking”), would serve as a small step to shifting the culture around consent,” Sanagavarapu wrote to BuzzFeed.

“They aren’t meant to speak for the wearer, and they won’t stop serial rapists, but they may serve as sort of a fun way to initiate conversations about boundaries and what each person is or is not comfortable with. The main goal is to help shift the culture from one that encourages sexual objectification to one that promotes consent education.”

The underwear isn’t available for purchase just yet, but she’s launched a Kickstarter to raise enough money to make the idea a reality. Proceeds from underwear sales will in turn be used to fund feminist advertising.

“Our feminist advertising will mostly be in the form of PSAs that bring awareness to the issues that our products are targeting — so to start with they will target issues of consent and rape culture,” Sanagavarapu told us, citing videos from New Zealand’s “Who Are You?” campaign and YWCA Auckland as examples. “Anything that promotes our products directly will also be done so with models of all shapes and sizes.”

The underwear line is only the first stage for Feminist Style, and Sanagavarapu intends to expand the brand’s horizons with more varied products. But she hasn’t finalized anything just yet.

“Our mission is to ‘sell products that target sexism to promote gender equality’, so as long as we see ads and products with sexism there will always be something new for Feminist Style to do. One obvious example of a product that fits this description — which may or may not be our next product — is how the only Halloween costumes for women are all ‘sexy.’ There’s nothing wrong with any woman choosing to wear a revealing costume, but when that’s the only option available you know that something is off.”

As of this posting, she only has $13k out of $150k, with 17 days left! Tumblr, I know you want this, and we can easily do it! 

3 days left!

(via lyricsandlesbians)

cantanyonehearme:

It’s been one year since My Chemical Romance has broken up. I don’t have words for how I feel about MCR because words can’t describe how I feel about them and how everyone else feels about them. They’ve taught us all so much and helped us stay strong through their music and so much more. I’m not covering all of it. I can’t. But I will forever love MCR. They are apart of me and forever will be because they can die. They’re more than a band. They’re an idea.
cantanyonehearme:

It’s been one year since My Chemical Romance has broken up. I don’t have words for how I feel about MCR because words can’t describe how I feel about them and how everyone else feels about them. They’ve taught us all so much and helped us stay strong through their music and so much more. I’m not covering all of it. I can’t. But I will forever love MCR. They are apart of me and forever will be because they can die. They’re more than a band. They’re an idea.
cantanyonehearme:

It’s been one year since My Chemical Romance has broken up. I don’t have words for how I feel about MCR because words can’t describe how I feel about them and how everyone else feels about them. They’ve taught us all so much and helped us stay strong through their music and so much more. I’m not covering all of it. I can’t. But I will forever love MCR. They are apart of me and forever will be because they can die. They’re more than a band. They’re an idea.
cantanyonehearme:

It’s been one year since My Chemical Romance has broken up. I don’t have words for how I feel about MCR because words can’t describe how I feel about them and how everyone else feels about them. They’ve taught us all so much and helped us stay strong through their music and so much more. I’m not covering all of it. I can’t. But I will forever love MCR. They are apart of me and forever will be because they can die. They’re more than a band. They’re an idea.
cantanyonehearme:

It’s been one year since My Chemical Romance has broken up. I don’t have words for how I feel about MCR because words can’t describe how I feel about them and how everyone else feels about them. They’ve taught us all so much and helped us stay strong through their music and so much more. I’m not covering all of it. I can’t. But I will forever love MCR. They are apart of me and forever will be because they can die. They’re more than a band. They’re an idea.
cantanyonehearme:

It’s been one year since My Chemical Romance has broken up. I don’t have words for how I feel about MCR because words can’t describe how I feel about them and how everyone else feels about them. They’ve taught us all so much and helped us stay strong through their music and so much more. I’m not covering all of it. I can’t. But I will forever love MCR. They are apart of me and forever will be because they can die. They’re more than a band. They’re an idea.
cantanyonehearme:

It’s been one year since My Chemical Romance has broken up. I don’t have words for how I feel about MCR because words can’t describe how I feel about them and how everyone else feels about them. They’ve taught us all so much and helped us stay strong through their music and so much more. I’m not covering all of it. I can’t. But I will forever love MCR. They are apart of me and forever will be because they can die. They’re more than a band. They’re an idea.

cantanyonehearme:

It’s been one year since My Chemical Romance has broken up. I don’t have words for how I feel about MCR because words can’t describe how I feel about them and how everyone else feels about them. They’ve taught us all so much and helped us stay strong through their music and so much more. I’m not covering all of it. I can’t. But I will forever love MCR. They are apart of me and forever will be because they can die. They’re more than a band. They’re an idea.

(via dreambunnymcr)

killgerard:

TODAY IS THE DAY MY PEOPLE MOURN

(via xogrrd)

thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss
This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.



My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.
thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss
This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.



My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.
thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss
This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.



My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.
thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss
This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.



My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.
thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss
This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.



My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.
thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss
This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.



My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.
thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss
This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.



My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.
thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss
This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.



My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.

thatisludicrous:

theburntsouffle:

madygcomics:

pocopiumosso:

My middle school orchestra teacher has this hanging in her room. It’s fantastic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tds0qoxWVss

This is what it sounds like. REALLY good song.

My friend keeps practising it. Fucking amazing. I’m fairly certain the music got written by someone doodling geometric figures on a sheet of music paper and then realizing they’d actually written the song of the gods.

(via rings-of-salt)

clicketty:

superwholockalypse:

itsleightaylor:

ciaklivian:

I want a Frozen sequel where some evil sorcerer kidnaps Elsa and takes away her powers which causes her hair to turn dark brunette instead of white and when Anna and Kristoff burst in to save her Anna balks in horror for a split second and before she can stop herself says “Mom?!”

Thanks Satan

Fuck you

God damn

(via licklucifer)

  • me: I want a movie where the villain wins
  • dr. horrible:
  • me:
  • me: no
  • me: not like this
  • Me: WHO THE FUCK TOOK MY oh there it is
mishanin-karisi:

Sam and his bitchface…

gothgirlfriend:

I’m sexually attracted to songs that fade into each other

(via lyricsandlesbians)