hkirkh:

kitten meeting the sun for the first time

ninfia:

Do you ever have that moment when a kid is looking at you and you realize that they’re looking at you as a grown up? Then its like no child im a children too, dont. Im sorry my outward appearance confuses you.

Big ass music ask challenge.
1: Top 10 favorite songs of all time
2: Top 10 favorite songs at the moment
3: Top 5 albums of all time
4: Top 5 albums at the moment
5: Top 10 favorite bands of all time
6: Top 10 favorite bands at the moment
7: Top 5 favorite male vocalists
8: Top 5 favorite female vocalists
9: Top 3 genres
10: 3 songs that make you happy
11: 3 songs that make you sad
12: 3 songs that make you nostalgic
13: 3 songs that make you energetic
14: 3 songs that make you calm
15: 1st song you remember falling in love with
16: 2 songs that hold meaning for you
17: 1st band you remember being a fan of
18: 1st vocalist (M or F) you remember being a fan of
19: A song you hate
20: A band/artist you used to love and are now embarrassed about
21: Oldest record you own
22: Newest record you own
23: How often do you buy music (irl)?
24: Least favored genre of music
25: Name one American band/artist you like
26: Name one English band/artist you like
27: Name one band/artist you like of which nationality is neither American or English
28: Favorite soundtrack
29: A song that reminds you of a loved one
30: A song that best describes you
31: A song you'd like to marry on
32: A song you'd prefer for your funeral
33: Most unknown song you like
34: Most unknown band/artist you like
35: Favorite vocalist
36: Favorite guitarist
37: Favorite bassist
38: Favorite drummer
39: The toughest band/artist you like
40: The softest band/artist you like
41: Top 5 songs of which lyrics you like
42: Top 3 instrumental songs
43: Ever kissed on a song? If yes, which one?
44: Ever had sex on a song? If yes, which one?
45: Ever cried on a song? If yes, which one?
46: A song you can't take seriously
47: Which bands/artist were mostly played during your childhood (by your parents?)?
48: How important is music to you?
49: Would you like to be a part of the music industry?
50: Something you like and something you despise in music these days
51: Do you listen to old music? If so, 5 favorite bands/artist
52: Do you own any band merchandise? If so, what and of which bands?
53: Do you have tattoos related to bands/artists?
54: Which bands/artists have you seen LIVE?
55: Best performance you've ever been to?
56: Tell me something, anything, personal about you and a song/band/album
57: Is your music taste famliar to your best friend's? If no, what do they listen to?
58: Do you judge people based on their music preferences?
59: Bands/artists you still wish to see LIVE?
60: Put your music-player on shuffle and write down the first 20 songs (no skipping, be honest)

carryonmywayward-saaan:

"@MakingOfs  Jeremy Renner wearing Scarlett Johansson’s stunt double’s mask on the Avengers 2 set."

inbox me a fairy tale
Snow White: Do you consider yourself pretty?
Sleeping Beauty: How many hours do you sleep each night?
Cinderella: Do you have a curfew?
Rapunzel: Do you like being outside?
Little Red Riding Hood: Do you trust strangers easily?
The Wolf and the seven little Goats: Are you easily fooled?
The Seven Ravens: Do you have any siblings? How is your relationship to them?
Beauty and the Beast: What makes a person beautiful in your eyes?
The Little Mermaid: What sacrifice would you bring for love?
The Frog Prince: What do you find disgusting?
Jack and the Beanstalk: What plants are in your room?
Puss in Boots: Do you have a pet? Do you want one?
Rumpelstiltskin: What is the meaning of your url?
Bluebeard: Name one character flaw!
Pinocchio: What is your greatest wish?
Peter Pan: What is your (mental) age?
The Star Money: What is your most prized possession?
Golden Mary and Pitch Mary: Are you more of a lazy person or do you work hard?
The Snow Queen: Who is your best friend and what would you do for them?
Godfather Death: What qualities do you think make a good parent?
The Twelve Dancing Princesses: Do you like to go on parties?
The Emperor's New Clothes: Do you care much about your clothes?
The Valiant Little Tailor: Do you think of yourself as brave?
The Princess and the Pea: Are you a squeamish person?
oddtruecrimefacts:

Al Capone- inventor of milk expiration dates and all around nice fella
Although Al Capone is typically known as a gangster, to many people in his adopted city of Chicago, he was a modern-day Robin Hood.
Capone was the first person to open a soup kitchen to feed the poor during the Depression. At a time of 25 percent unemployment, Capone’s kitchens served three meals a day to ensure that everyone who had lost a job could get a meal. Soon, every city and town had a soup kitchen.
Capone did not only open them, but he would go to the soup kitchens and help serve the meals. These soup kitchens cost Capone thousands of dollars every day to keep running. It is said that Capone had a soft spot for people who were struggling.
It was reported that one of Capone’s family members in Chicago became ill from drinking expired milk. At that time, there were no controls on milk production or expiration.
This drew Capone’s interest to the milk business, and he saw several things: the milk distribution business had a shady character – and Capone was comfortable with shady businesses; he didn’t like to see people, especially children sickened by adulterated milk; he saw a potentially high profit in milk distribution; and with Prohibition soon to end, he had a fleet of trucks that could easily be used to transport milk.
Capone took two steps to move into the milk business. One was to acquire a milk processor, Meadowmoor Dairies. The other was to have the Chicago City Council pass a law requiring a visible date stamped on milk containers.
In 1930s Chicago, before refrigeration and supermarkets, milk was delivered by the milkman, a teamster’s union member. The union controlled the distribution of milk, whose freshness depended on how long the milk sat around until the driver delivered it.
The unions would only deliver local milk. Meadowmoor Dairies wanted to import cheeper milk from Wisconsin, and wanted it delivered by their own nonunion truckers.
With the negotiations at a standstill, Capone’s people reportedly kidnapped the union president and used the $50,000 ransom to purchase the dairy. The dairy was given as a present to Capone’s attorney, William Parrillo. Meadowmoor Dairies opened three months before Capone went to prison.

oddtruecrimefacts:

Al Capone- inventor of milk expiration dates and all around nice fella

Although Al Capone is typically known as a gangster, to many people in his adopted city of Chicago, he was a modern-day Robin Hood.

Capone was the first person to open a soup kitchen to feed the poor during the Depression. At a time of 25 percent unemployment, Capone’s kitchens served three meals a day to ensure that everyone who had lost a job could get a meal. Soon, every city and town had a soup kitchen.

Capone did not only open them, but he would go to the soup kitchens and help serve the meals. These soup kitchens cost Capone thousands of dollars every day to keep running. It is said that Capone had a soft spot for people who were struggling.

It was reported that one of Capone’s family members in Chicago became ill from drinking expired milk. At that time, there were no controls on milk production or expiration.

This drew Capone’s interest to the milk business, and he saw several things: the milk distribution business had a shady character – and Capone was comfortable with shady businesses; he didn’t like to see people, especially children sickened by adulterated milk; he saw a potentially high profit in milk distribution; and with Prohibition soon to end, he had a fleet of trucks that could easily be used to transport milk.

Capone took two steps to move into the milk business. One was to acquire a milk processor, Meadowmoor Dairies. The other was to have the Chicago City Council pass a law requiring a visible date stamped on milk containers.

In 1930s Chicago, before refrigeration and supermarkets, milk was delivered by the milkman, a teamster’s union member. The union controlled the distribution of milk, whose freshness depended on how long the milk sat around until the driver delivered it.

The unions would only deliver local milk. Meadowmoor Dairies wanted to import cheeper milk from Wisconsin, and wanted it delivered by their own nonunion truckers.

With the negotiations at a standstill, Capone’s people reportedly kidnapped the union president and used the $50,000 ransom to purchase the dairy. The dairy was given as a present to Capone’s attorney, William Parrillo. Meadowmoor Dairies opened three months before Capone went to prison.

jaclcfrost:

you ever just want to hold a character

cradle their head in your hands

speak in a soothingly quiet sort of voice

"you deserve so much more

felixuta:

GD and TOP Baby Good Night

felixuta:

GD and TOP Baby Good Night

imstillangry:

fairytaleasoldastime:

Felix welcomes Neverland’s visitors.

Felix: Neverland’s welcome wagon