murderofolympus:

jaclcfrost:

why do greek gods have to fuck up so much shit god damn just stay on your mountain and eat your fucking ambrosia and leave people alone

one day when percy finally snaps these will be his exact words

karensdisciple:

THIS SHOW GIVES NO FUCKS

The Girl (Acoustic)
City and Colour
The Girl (Acoustic) - Single
449,495 plays

If someone ever sang this to me I would cry.

oedipus-sex:

imagine your current friend group but dwayne the rock johnson is an unquestioned part of it

I can never stop loving her, not even for a second. 

artichokeonthisdick:

OH MY GOD

joeyokosuka:

pixeflutters:

everytime you think “that’s too big to be a sea bass”

you’re wrong

you are fucking wrong

its always a fucking sea bass

i honestly didn’t know what this was referring to so i just assumed that tumblr was filled with a community of disgruntled fishers smh

ocurrence:

i wonder how long it’ll take for you to realize i exist 

femalewrappers:

niall horan is such an inspiration

bandslash:

dostbunnies:

wxntz:

post-hardcore-purist:

They crossed a line

At least he’s not the 5SOS of 2014, OHH

1. there’s no way this is true, as 5sos are unabashed fob fans. 2. if it is true, the quote is being taken grossly out of context

"The fact that 5SOS has been lumped in with boy bands past and present is more a reflection of its age and audience, not its music. “People get confused because we’re young and we have a female fan base,” says Irwin, whose fervent admirers freaked out on Twitter recently when he was photographed chatting with an unknown woman. “But so did Fall Out Boy. Pete Wentz was the Justin Bieber of 2007. Girls loved him, they obsessed over him.” "
I’m on mobile, but here’s the source: http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/6205128/5-seconds-of-summer-if-anyone-puts-us-down-we-dont-care
you guys need to chill out and grow up. frankly, this is a really apt comparison on a number of levels—take, for example, the way pete and by extension fob were seen as something silly and contrived, only suitable for teenage girls (as if saying that being liked by teenage girls isn’t horrible misogynistic and elitist, lol). and while I obviously think pete is a great guy and justin beiber a little shit, the fact of the matter is that a lot of people at the time saw pete as a bratty douchebag much like they do beiber now. this quote is about how pete was perceived by the media—it’s not a reflection on his character at all. 5 seconds of summer are ardent fall out boy fans, and in making this comparison are only pointing out a glaring flaw in the music industry.
I know y’all think it’s funny and clever to demean anything you see as having a large female fanbase as silly or “not punk enough,” but in reality you’re just perpetuating really harmful and frankly, embarrassingly immature and outdated attitudes about music. art doesn’t have to appeal to everyone, but if you don’t like something, nobody cares—especially if it’s for such a petty reason. grow the fuck up, honestly.

bandslash:

dostbunnies:

wxntz:

post-hardcore-purist:

They crossed a line

At least he’s not the 5SOS of 2014, OHH

1. there’s no way this is true, as 5sos are unabashed fob fans. 2. if it is true, the quote is being taken grossly out of context

"The fact that 5SOS has been lumped in with boy bands past and present is more a reflection of its age and audience, not its music. “People get confused because we’re young and we have a female fan base,” says Irwin, whose fervent admirers freaked out on Twitter recently when he was photographed chatting with an unknown woman. “But so did Fall Out Boy. Pete Wentz was the Justin Bieber of 2007. Girls loved him, they obsessed over him.” "

I’m on mobile, but here’s the source: http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/6205128/5-seconds-of-summer-if-anyone-puts-us-down-we-dont-care

you guys need to chill out and grow up. frankly, this is a really apt comparison on a number of levels—take, for example, the way pete and by extension fob were seen as something silly and contrived, only suitable for teenage girls (as if saying that being liked by teenage girls isn’t horrible misogynistic and elitist, lol). and while I obviously think pete is a great guy and justin beiber a little shit, the fact of the matter is that a lot of people at the time saw pete as a bratty douchebag much like they do beiber now. this quote is about how pete was perceived by the media—it’s not a reflection on his character at all. 5 seconds of summer are ardent fall out boy fans, and in making this comparison are only pointing out a glaring flaw in the music industry.

I know y’all think it’s funny and clever to demean anything you see as having a large female fanbase as silly or “not punk enough,” but in reality you’re just perpetuating really harmful and frankly, embarrassingly immature and outdated attitudes about music. art doesn’t have to appeal to everyone, but if you don’t like something, nobody cares—especially if it’s for such a petty reason. grow the fuck up, honestly.

wackyshenanigans:

i have never seen a post with a plot twist like this before

This is the exact mix of wonderful and awful parenting I expect most tumblr users will display in later life.

prongsvssquid:

tbh dress codes are fine as long as they are about looking professional and appropriate for a learning/working environment and not about ‘don’t distract the boys’ and slut-shaming, and as long as it’s enforced equally for all genders

it is the sexist attitude about it that needs to be changed, not the fact that there *is* such a thing as dress codes


lean with it, rock with it

lean with it, rock with it

amadmann:

all was golden in the sky when the day met the night.

amadmann:

all was golden in the sky when the day met the night.