A Party of Lovers

petite fast-talking dame. creative connoisseur of lowbrow humour. 26. UK.

silversora:

If a dead ancestor doesn’t appear in the sky to stop me, it can’t be that bad of a decision

dutchster:

pigeons can just fly straight to disneyland yet here they are eating breadcrumbs off the pavement

babyknope:

i went to a gay bar last night and they had an entire menu dedicated to tater tots why do some straight people even think they’re superior to the gays they’re not even close

foodchewer:

today sucked but at least pasta still exists

halcyonharlot:

pastapunk:

So I just found out that to be an astronaut you can’t be under 5’2” and this is BULLSHIT I never wanted to be an astronaut until I found out I couldn’t and now I feel like a dream has been crushed fuck you NASA

i don’t want to live in a world where we can’t launch danny devito into space

(Source: assvengrrs, via pierogi-jarskie)

cacchieressa:

shinykari:

jetplanejane:

Remember who you are

DYING

the best part of this, though, is that steve waits until he’s saved the world to do it - like, he’s completed *his* mission, and now he can lay down and die, can let bucky kill him if necessary, because even if he’s saved the world (again!), he doesn’t want to live in it without bucky again (lbr, he didn’t want to do it the first time- there is not a significant passage of time between bucky falling from that train and steve refusing to eject from the valkyrie - i don’t think it’s a conscious suicide attempt, but he’s certainly not invested in getting out alive, and nothing that’s happened to him since has really ameliorated that; steve’s always been reckless, but his recklessness has a death-wishy edge to it post-bucky’s death), not now that he knows bucky’s alive. he’s already admitted he doesn’t know how to be happy in this brave new world, every certainty he had has been shaken, and then he discovers that his best friend - whose death he carried - suffered a fate worse than death, because if you’re dead they can’t kill you over and over again by turning you into a thing to be used, a weapon to be aimed and fired and then put away until the next time, and steve blames himself for that, for the fact that even after he grew eight inches and a hundred pounds, he still wasn’t good enough, strong enough to save bucky. but here it’s not physical strength that saves him, but love, because steve’s heart has always been his strongest muscle.

(via kehinki)

teaberryblue:

jaynehat:

Beg to differ with your “lactose intolerant” headcanon, teaberryblue.  I found this among my vintage ads.

HYDRA forced him to do some terrible things, sometimes at a cost to his own well-being.

teaberryblue:

jaynehat:

Beg to differ with your “lactose intolerant” headcanon, teaberryblue.  I found this among my vintage ads.

HYDRA forced him to do some terrible things, sometimes at a cost to his own well-being.

(via pierogi-jarskie)

kehinki:

Steve might seem like he’s adjusting remarkably well but then again it took him two years to make a single friend and he does in fact listen to sad oldies about WWII alone in his apartment so like

(via pierogi-jarskie)

booooost:

aarronoconner:

Who gon’ check me boo

if you didn’t sing this before you reblogged it,
you’re lying and i will fight you

booooost:

aarronoconner:

Who gon’ check me boo

if you didn’t sing this before you reblogged it,

you’re lying and i will fight you

(via pierogi-jarskie)

samthomaswilsons:

#maybe he’s born with it#maybe its hydra brainwashing
beckyloveslife:

"Not just a fly-by, he has to mingle."

beckyloveslife:

"Not just a fly-by, he has to mingle."

Billie Holiday - Strange Fruit

ellidfics:

girlgonepostal:

75 years ago, on this date, Billie Holiday recorded a song that Time Magazine would call song of the century: Strange Fruit, a song written about a lynching in the South. 

Holiday first performed the song at Cafe Society in 1939. She said that singing it made her fearful of retaliation but, because its imagery reminded her of her father, she continued to sing the piece making it a regular part of her live performances. Because of the poignancy of the song, Josephson drew up some rules: Holiday would close with it; the waiters would stop all service in advance; the room would be in darkness except for a spotlight on Holiday’s face; and there would be no encore. During the musical introduction, Holiday would stand with her eyes closed, as if she were evoking a prayer.

oliday,

This was also about the time she co-wrote and performed “God Bless the Child” and other masterpieces…and yes, she was popular in New York night clubs.

Don’t ever tell me that the 1930’s and 1940’s were a more innocent time.  They were not.  Anyone who grew up or came of age during their decades would have seen and heard of things that would freeze your blood.

(Source: satindolls)

geekyasfuck:

[x]

neuroticdeviant:

Apparently neither can Steve…