"You know they didn’t actually stop making music after 2004."
"Why is this on a cassette tape? Who even has a tape player anymore?"
"Laura made me watch High Fidelity every month for an entire year and I picked up a few things.”
• You know they didn’t actually stop making music after 2004. • beautiful • teen wolf • derek hale
The waltz rhythms of Ravel’s La Valse sets Balanchine’s choreography in motion. According to the New York City Ballet website, the mood of the ballet is “superficial gaiety mixed with an uncertain feeling of impending catastrophe.” In the film’s archival footage, Tanny dances the soloist role of a woman who is seduced by the figure of death before falling lifeless to the floor.
• no no he did and then he saved you! • you only noticed the part where he tried to kill you • but that was so half-hearted! • mcu • ca:tws • q • bucky barnes • Steve Rogers
himynameisrandom said: I would say the same, but I feel like wardrobe is such a integral part of his movies and I just don’t have that.
Okay, never mind, I don’t have that either. But you know what I do have?
Also my house is basically:
Oh, Jerry, don’t let’s ask for the moon. We have the stars.
My aesthetic: a Wes Anderson movie, except it goes on a lot longer than 2 hours - it’s my whole damn life. There’s no Bill Murray, and the soundtrack isn’t as cool.
himynameisrandom said: I’ve read all three, but now that I think about it, skip Six Days of War and read Jimmy Carter’s book instead. My Promised Land is probably the best one though.
Thanks, thais helped a lot. I’m ordering My Promised Land now.
"Because throwing like a girl= throwing badly= disappointing your abusive father."
Let the record show the feminist said, “Hey! Not ALL fathers are abusive!” that’s why I didn’t jump to that conclusion. An abusive father seems like a more specific situation than you were referring to. Though men with abusive behaviors (both towards women and/or children) are obviously going to exhibit a lot more misogyny because of the femininity = weakness idea we just discussed.
• if you were referring to your own father i'm sorry • and i'm sorry for publishing it • i will delete it • tw abuse • random • ask
pisatnavzryd said: The same as systematic racism and the microaggressions that we have to go through on a daily basis. And power is tied in with white male heterosexuality isn’t an opinion it’s a fact. Plus saying I’m overemotional and projecting??? What.
It is a fact. That’s why you’re making him so uncomfortable lol.
The best way to deal with men calling you “overemotional” is to repeat what you just said, even more calmly. This usually sends them into a pout-fest.