Pharrell - Happy (Woodkid Sad Remix)

virtualjew:


LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN THIS IS AMAZING

this is a remix of happy where the vocals are kept the same, but the instrumental part of it is completely different and really transforms the song

phantom-ofthe-troyler:

DON’T YOU

FUCKING DARE

TELL ME THAT SCHOOL ISN’T HARD

I KNOW YOU’RE GROWN UP

I KNOW YOU ARE MY PARENT

I KNOW YOU’VE ALREADY BEEN THROUGH THIS PART OF LIFE

BUT SCHOOL HAS GOTTEN HARDER

AND HARDER

AND HARDER

 AND TEACHERS ARE UNFAIR TO ME AND ASSIGN TOO MUCH

AND THEY DON’T UNDERSTAND THAT WHEN I AM TIRED

I CANNOT DO WORK

I CANNOT SUCCEED ON A TEST

I CANNOT FUNCTION

BECAUSE

I

AM

FUCKING

TIRED

OKAY?

leda74:

I can’t be the only one.

leda74:

I can’t be the only one.

queerfabulousmermaid:

girlsgetbusyzine:

dashuri96:

http://www.inglotcosmetics.com/nails/products/141

this retailer sells a halal nail polish. this allows for oxygen and water to go through the nail, which makes it acceptable to wear during prayer. spread the word. 

“Being a relatively modern creation, nail polish remains obviously unaddressed by early Islamic sources. But the general consensus in the Islamic community is that praying with nail polish is impermissible because of the waterproof barrier it creates on nails, which prevents the wudu ritual from being completed five times a day.” (source)

For any Muslim followers.

zexal-bunny20:

Snareshipping: Otogi X Jo
“Wake Up Call”

"Good morning, Beautiful…"

((have some sexy fem!Jo and Dukey-boy. ;) I think I’m getting a little better at body poses. :3))

zexal-bunny20:

Snareshipping: Otogi X Jo
“Wake Up Call”

"Good morning, Beautiful…"

((have some sexy fem!Jo and Dukey-boy. ;) I think I’m getting a little better at body poses. :3))

listenandforgiveme:

the amount of concentration a person devotes to transporting an overly full cup of tea from kitchen to couch is directly proportionate to just how British you are

leda74:

morgeil:

The 1983 classic Doctor Who serial “Enlightenment” is the only serial in the show’s history to be both written and directed by women.

It’s also a lovely allegorical space fantasy with deep concepts, excellent direction and visuals, beautiful costumes, a memorable female antagonist and even just a bit of camp for fun.

So next time you hear someone raising a stink about women “ruining” science fiction, kindly remind them of the above facts.

This.

jeanmarcofever:

This fandom, seriously.

jeanmarcofever:

This fandom, seriously.

leda74:


"I was inspecting the weather thingy machine that moved up and down on cables…you know having a good look to familiarize myself with it so I knew where to stand when it was flown in and out of the scene. As I turned to go out of the studio for a cup of tea, there was the most awful crash behind me and the whole Gravitron prop had smashed to the ground. My instinct made me dive forward and I hit the ground really hard…
"When I told Morris Barry and Innes [Lloyd] what had happened they both turned pale and suggested politely that my inspection of the studio should be done with a member of the crew in future."
- Patrick Troughton describing a close call on the set of The Moonbase.
(Extract from Patrick Troughton: The Biography of the Second Doctor Who, by Michael Troughton.)

And that, folks, is the tale of how we almost lost Pat in the middle of his first season. Eeep.

leda74:

"I was inspecting the weather thingy machine that moved up and down on cables…you know having a good look to familiarize myself with it so I knew where to stand when it was flown in and out of the scene. As I turned to go out of the studio for a cup of tea, there was the most awful crash behind me and the whole Gravitron prop had smashed to the ground. My instinct made me dive forward and I hit the ground really hard…

"When I told Morris Barry and Innes [Lloyd] what had happened they both turned pale and suggested politely that my inspection of the studio should be done with a member of the crew in future."

- Patrick Troughton describing a close call on the set of The Moonbase.

(Extract from Patrick Troughton: The Biography of the Second Doctor Who, by Michael Troughton.)

And that, folks, is the tale of how we almost lost Pat in the middle of his first season. Eeep.