jeanprouvair:

officialgallade:

Contrary to popular belief the “pansexuals don’t see gender” claim is wrong and completely false
We don’t only not see gender, we don’t even see people. We don’t see buildings or grass or the sky. I can’t even see my computer or the keyboard.
All pansexuals are born without eyeballs and thus develop super sonic hearing as an adaption to survive. This is a known fact.

 #[uses echolocation to find the reblog button]

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posted 3 months ago (originally from wolfknuckles)
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#facts #i'm crying #about me

oh man i’ve been gone from tumblr a long time

hello friends

posted 4 months ago
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#personal #i had strep it was the worst #like plz kill me

It’s so excellent to start a show where the lead female is an independent character. She’s not defined by the men that she’s around. That’s one of the things that drew me to it. It’s so classy to have a female lead like that who’s her own and she’s rounded, she’s clear, she has missions. I think that was a classy choice. 

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posted 6 months ago (originally from rhodenss)
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#sleepy hollow #yes good

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posted 6 months ago (originally from fara1903)
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#Tyler Hoechlin #OH MY GOD YOUR FACE

pumpkinstumps:

but remember when we

posted 6 months ago (originally from zckaddy)
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#i love the incest family

rj4gui4r:

gardenofroses24:

itsoktobegay101:

What I Won’t Tell You About My Ballet Dancing Son

by Ashleigh Baker

When you ask him about sports, he’ll raise his blue eyes to mine and press his lips together. I’ll nod to assure him it’s safe, he’s okay, this isn’t the school lunch table where the kids can taunt.

“I dance,” he’ll say. “Ballet. This year I’m doing hip hop and tap and jazz, too, but ballet is my favorite.”

Try as you might, progressive thinker that you are, modern and open-minded for all the decades you carry, your eyebrows will move up a quarter of an inch.

Oh!” You’ll tilt your head and hopefully you’ll smile. For a heartbeat you’ll spin through a lexicon of words and phrases, seeking the correct positive acknowledgment.

And I’ll hold my breath as your eyes meet mine over his shaggy blonde head of hair, a wordless prayer as we wait for the moment of reaction. What does one say to a seven year old boy who is built for carrying a football but wears ballet shoes?

Will you be the one who nods, intrigued, silently assuming his parents must be dancers, or that we’ve exploited our child in an attempt at our own anti-sexism statement?

Or perhaps you’ll be the one who asks incredulously what his dad thinks of him doing ballet, because what dad would be okay with a son who dances?

Maybe you’re the family friend who repeatedly assures him it’s acceptable to enjoy ballet – after all, NFL players have been known to take a few ballet lessons it will be valuable when he plays real sports in a few years.

What if you’re the man who scoffs in the face of my little boy’s uncle, declaring loudly that you would “beat that boy’s ass” to cure him of whatever it is that makes him want to dance?

You could be the distant relative who eyes him curiously at gatherings, making frequent mention of the need for masculinity and “boyish” pursuits, taking care he doesn’t accidentally grab the pink piece of cake because, “What are you, a girl?!” followed by a quick inhale and, “So Troy, are you still doing that ballet thing? How’s that working for you? You have any girlfriends there yet?

You might even be the one who glances over your shoulder, catching my eye knowingly, suggesting in veiled terms that we be “concerned” about our seven year old’s sexuality.


So I catch your eye when you ask him about baseball and soccer, not because I don’t want you to be interested or I’m expecting your reaction to be as nonchalant as if he had said he’s the star of the peewee basketball team. I bore my eyes into yours, conveying with a look my son’s intuitive nature and telling you with silence that I’m not going to answer those questions.


Instead, I’ll tell you about a baby boy who felt music in his soul before he could crawl,grooving to the beat of push-button toys in the church nursery and spawning jokes about his young parents’ need to curb the tendency if he was to become a “good Baptist baby.”

I’ll tell you about a toddler spinning on his head on the living room carpet, the grocery store linoleum, the church foyer tile, eliciting amused comments from strangers about his wannabe break dancing. I’ll tell you of his unquenchable need to move in the presence of rhythm and an obvious inborn ability to feel music.

I’ll revisit the memory of him bounding in the front door on a December afternoon, tossing his kindergarten backpack and, wild eyed, telling us of the music class in which people leaped and twirled to music, strong men jumped high in the air, danced on their toes and lifted ballerinas across the stage. He wore black sweat pants and a white undershirt every day of Christmas break that year, asked Santa for black ballet shoes, watched dozens of online videos of boys’ ballet techniques and by Christmas day had memorized every note and crescendo of the entire Nutcracker Suite.

I’ll laugh and sigh and tell you of his own carefully choreographed dances to specific pieces by Beethoven, Taylor Swift and Mumford & Sons.

I can show you a clip from his first recital, when he was awarded an unsolicited, unexpected dance scholarship and hadn’t a clue what it meant as he smiled and accepted the sheet of paper. I’ll try to keep from beaming, as parents do, and will refrain from repeating every accolade and declaration of talent his instructors have bestowed upon him.

I’ll tell you of the way he glows after a six hour practice, the finesse with which he glides across the floor, the way his very soul leaps from his eyes when he manages a toe touch or perfects a difficult series of steps. I’ll show you a boy who carries himself with grace in manner and spirit, who is strong in character and skill, who is learning of compassion and team effort and how to appreciate the brilliance of life’s beauty.


When you ask my dancing son about this passion he carries and you catch my eye, slightly uncertain how to proceed, I won’t try to convince you this was all his idea or give ten examples of his father’s unwavering pride or waste breath assuring you that my second grader isn’t gay.

I’ll simply tell you what he said to us after his first Nutcracker performance last winter:

Mama, it feels like my heart is flying when I’m dancing. I think God made ballet because he knew I’d love it.”

That last line. Wow. How powerful.

Right in the feels

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posted 6 months ago (originally from itsoktobegay101)
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#ballet #beautiful things

aliceinasgard:





it’s too quiet | a playlist of unnerving instrumentals

» listen

requested by alittlethor

i. Naval // Yann Tiersen ii. Cage of Solitude // Midnight Syndicate iii. Tapestry of Decay // Nox Arcana iv. Petiatil Cx Htdui // Aphex Twin v. Rain // Marco Beltrami vi. What Do The Skies See? // Dario Marianelli vii. The Double // Clint Mansell viii. Forest Lullaby // Nox Arcana ix. The Eye Main Titles // Marco Beltrami x. Kesson Daslef // Aphex Twin xi. Dust to Dust // Chromatics xii. Illusion Confusion // Brian Tyler xiii. Swan Lake (Theme) // Tchaikovsky xiv. Courting the Night // Daniel Licht xv. Grisly Reminder // Midnight Syndicate xvi. The Tale of the Three Brothers // Alexandre Desplat

aliceinasgard:

it’s too quiet | a playlist of unnerving instrumentals

» listen

requested by alittlethor

i. Naval // Yann Tiersen ii. Cage of Solitude // Midnight Syndicate iii. Tapestry of Decay // Nox Arcana iv. Petiatil Cx Htdui // Aphex Twin v. Rain // Marco Beltrami vi. What Do The Skies See? // Dario Marianelli vii. The Double // Clint Mansell viii. Forest Lullaby // Nox Arcana ix. The Eye Main Titles // Marco Beltrami x. Kesson Daslef // Aphex Twin xi. Dust to Dust // Chromatics xii. Illusion Confusion // Brian Tyler xiii. Swan Lake (Theme) // Tchaikovsky xiv. Courting the Night // Daniel Licht xv. Grisly Reminder // Midnight Syndicate xvi. The Tale of the Three Brothers // Alexandre Desplat

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posted 6 months ago (originally from actualodinson)
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#music

cocoalou:

fucking sing along!!! - a bunch of random songs you can’t help but sing along to!!!!! // listen 

1. build me up buttecup - the foundations  2. jessie’s girl - rick springfield 3. wagon wheel- old crown medecine show  4.  brown eyed girl - van morrison 5. party in the usa - miley cyrus 6.  fresh prince of bel air theme song - will smith 7. piano man - billy joel 8. hey jude - the beatles 9. ignition (remix) - r. kelly 10. sweet caroline- neil diamond 11. thriller - michael jackson 12. call me maybe - carly rae jepsen 13. stand by me - ben e. king 14. just a friend - biz markie 15. i want it that way - the backstreet boys 16. american pie- don mclean 18. don’t stop believin’- journey 19. mr. brightside- the killers 20. baby one more time- britney spears 21. livin’ on a prayer- bon jovi  22. sweet home alabama- lynyrd skynyrd 23. i will survive- gloria gaynor 24. wannabe- spice girls 25. all star - smash mouth

cocoalou:

fucking sing along!!! - a bunch of random songs you can’t help but sing along to!!!!! // listen 

1build me up buttecup - the foundations  2. jessie’s girl - rick springfield 3. wagon wheel- old crown medecine show  4.  brown eyed girl - van morrison 5. party in the usa - miley cyrus 6.  fresh prince of bel air theme song - will smith 7. piano man - billy joel 8. hey jude - the beatles 9. ignition (remix) - r. kelly 10. sweet caroline- neil diamond 11. thriller - michael jackson 12. call me maybe - carly rae jepsen 13. stand by me - ben e. king 14. just a friend - biz markie 15. i want it that way - the backstreet boys 16. american pie- don mclean 18. don’t stop believin’- journey 19. mr. brightside- the killers 20. baby one more time- britney spears 21. livin’ on a prayer- bon jovi  22. sweet home alabama- lynyrd skynyrd 23. i will survive- gloria gaynor 24. wannabe- spice girls 25. all star - smash mouth

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posted 6 months ago (originally from cocoalou)
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#music #awwww yiiiisssssss

candylandtimelord:

noheronovillian:

castielmyspell:

- IS THAT

OH.

oh

Yes. Yes it is.

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posted 6 months ago (originally from twisteddean)
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#MARK SHEPPARD #OH MY GOD #WITTY BFF TAG

"There will be another early episode where we flash back to the young boys — we’re going to see a part of Dean and a life experience for Dean that both the audience and Sam never really suspected. So we’re going to uncover a part of Dean we didn’t realize existed. It’ll be a very emotional episode for Dean."

electricmonk333:

Jeremy Carver (x)

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posted 6 months ago (originally from electricmonk333)
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#supernatural #season gr9 #dean winchester #Jeremy Carver #GODDAMN IT CARVER #WHAT IS HAPPENING