how many of us, as children, have had creeping thoughts of “i think i have a crush on somebody of my own gender” or “i wish i were another gender” and dismissed them so swiftly and so effectively because those ideas were unnatural and unconscionable that they never had the chance to grow into our identities? how many more of us, when finally told from childhood that queerness is a real and good option, will be queer and will love it?
"keep making strange memes on the internet"
pete wentz (monumentour 7/29/14)
Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)
Cobra Starship ft. William Beckett, Travis McCoy, and Maya Ivarsson
We seem to be losing altitude at an alarming pace
From midtown to downtown
Snakes on a block
I suggest you grab your ankles and kiss your ass goodbye…
Patrick's tweets about Pete
Claudia ditched us for a while and her punishment was having to take the group photo
Buffy Meme | Four Relationships (3/4)
[clutches chest][stares off into the distance][whispers] the social network
"Cats and New York are parallel personalities… Cats don’t care if you live or die ..and New York doesn’t seem to mind either."
Jesse Eisenberg on cats and New York (x
Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg asked about their ideal wedding toast.
I’M FUCKING SCREAMING OMGGGGGG THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE 90S TO ROMANTICIZED BY NON-90S KIDS FUCK
I feel like a legend.
Check out the list of the year-end Top 10 of 1994. ACE OF BASE IS ON IT THREE TIMES!
1”The Sign" Ace of Base
2”I Swear" All-4-One
3”I’ll Make Love to You" Boyz II Men
4”The Power of Love" Céline Dion
5”Hero" Mariah Carey
6”Stay (I Missed You)" Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories
7”Breathe Again" Toni Braxton
8”All for Love" Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting
9”All That She Wants" Ace of Base
10”Don’t Turn Around" Ace of Base
This was the year, btw, that Dookie came out, the biggest punk album of the 90s. Longview, the first single of Dookie, peaked at #36 on the Hot 100. THIRTY SIX!
Oh god there was so much bad music in the 90s. So much…at least the bad music these days is fun to dance to. Look at this list…it was like the highest form of popular entertainment was closing your eyes and FEELING THE FEELS.
#I love boyz II men tho#also rod stewart#and i know every word to that damn lisa loeb song
"Questions that I fear, chapter one. The point of the song is that we are fairly well damaged by the legacy of the romantic poets. We think of love as this thing that is accompanied by strings, and it’s a force for good, and if something bad happens, then that’s not love. And the therapeutic tradition I come from, I used to work in therapy, also says it’s not love if it feels bad. I don’t know so much about that. I don’t know that the Greeks weren’t right. I think they were: that love can eat a path through everything. That it can destroy a lot of things on the way to it’s own objective which is just it’s expression of itself. My step-father loved his family. Now, he mistreated us terribly quite often. But he loved us. Well, that, to me, is something worth commenting on in the hopes of undoing what I see as terrible damage in the way that people talk about love as this benign, comfortable force. It’s not that. It’s wild."
-John Darnielle on Love Love Love (via fuckyeahthemountaingoats)
doesn’t this feel so much like the thesis of Harry Potter? That is so much completely Jo’s entire thing about Love being this most powerful literal magic and way more chaotic neutral than the good and pure force we imagine it to be
id rather be vain than learn to hate myself again
"Man can go anywhere. Man picks up hot chicks. Man travels universe. Man fights aliens. Man can change."
Matt Smith (x)
This is Moffat’s legacy. Man does. Man gets Hot Chick. Man fights. Man wins.
This quote should disappoint every single viewer who’s followed the show. Whether you just started marathoning the show or are introducing the show to your children—that quote is not the show. That quote is Moffat and his narrow vision: Man does. Man gets Hot Chick. Man fights. Man wins. Man. Man. Man.