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Posted on 7th Aug at 1:53 PM, with 3 notes

tvsontv:

Hanna Marin & Caleb Rivers

Pretty Little Liars, s5 e9 “March of Crimes”

GPOY

Posted on 4th Aug at 4:00 PM, with 8 notes
  • I occasionally have trouble dealing with the annoying-as-shit-but-necessary flotsam and jetsam  of being a human being living in the world.  Things like paying parking tickets on time or buying a new bottle of face lotion.  Sometimes I’ll bring my dry cleaning to my car and it will ride with me for weeks before I make it to the dry cleaners.
  • (This is why I need a Vera.)
  • Sometime last week or the week before, I threw a bunch of mail on my desk without looking at it, covering the letters with magazines. Last night, I found the letters and went through them.  
  • Credit card offer.  
  • Time Warner Cable offer.  
  • An invitation to a wedding I already RSVP’d for online.  
  • A check from Melville House.  
  • It’s not the first time I’ve been paid for my writing, but it’s only the third, and it’s the first time I’ve ever been paid for fiction.  
  • I think big, get cash, make em blink fast / now look at what you just saw, this is what you live for / Ah, I’m a motherfucking art monster!
Posted on 1st Aug at 2:00 PM, with 3,497 notes

come:

Have you ever heard a song that made you sad? :) Reblog if you think you’re being watched

Posted on 1st Aug at 9:49 AM, with 68 notes
calumet412:

Signing off for a few days while I go exploring in Grant Park.
Pictured is a little-known performer at one of the small Lollapalooza side-stages in 2007, billed here for the first time as Lady Gaga and the Starlight Revue.

Reblog from Calumet412, my favorite blog of photographs of Chicago, which I perused endlessly during the writing of my novel, scrolling through, looking for inspiration, helping me untie knots when they formed so I could move forward.
And now Lady Gaga!  I feel like the threads of my book are tying together outside of my body, without my help, and its so exciting.

calumet412:

Signing off for a few days while I go exploring in Grant Park.

Pictured is a little-known performer at one of the small Lollapalooza side-stages in 2007, billed here for the first time as Lady Gaga and the Starlight Revue.

Reblog from Calumet412, my favorite blog of photographs of Chicago, which I perused endlessly during the writing of my novel, scrolling through, looking for inspiration, helping me untie knots when they formed so I could move forward.

And now Lady Gaga!  I feel like the threads of my book are tying together outside of my body, without my help, and its so exciting.

Posted on 21st Jul at 11:14 PM, with 6 notes

sarahmccarry:

i don’t really care what men think about monsters

Posted on 21st Jul at 2:40 PM, with 37 notes
heartbarf:

Ever wanted to read nine poems about Lana Del Rey songs? You’re in luck, because I wrote nine and they’re here at boringrain.com.
Many thanks to Nitsuh for helping me with this.

Excited to read this new entry in the proud tradition of poetry about pop stars which includes Action Kylie (Kylie Minogue) and Brit Lit (Britney Spears).

heartbarf:

Ever wanted to read nine poems about Lana Del Rey songs? You’re in luck, because I wrote nine and they’re here at boringrain.com.

Many thanks to Nitsuh for helping me with this.

Excited to read this new entry in the proud tradition of poetry about pop stars which includes Action Kylie (Kylie Minogue) and Brit Lit (Britney Spears).

Posted on 17th Jul at 6:40 PM, with 2 notes

Review: “Something Bad” 

This music video is about Carrie Underwood’s inner thighs and Miranda Lambert’s eyeliner, but if you listen to the lyrics, this is the song’s story:

A woman (Miranda Lambert) is about to get married and she can’t go through with it, so she takes up with another woman (Carrie Underwood).  Then, they stay up all night drinking, and can’t remember what happened after that but they are sure it was “somethin bad.”

I mean.  It’s not even homoerotic subtext, right?  It’s just text.  Delicious, sexy text.  

So there’s a kind of knee-jerk frustration thing like this is just another Te Amo, playing at lesbian eroticism for $$$ and titillation - but Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood are not playing at fucking each other when they perform the song live and in the video.  They’re going going full female-friendship.  In an interview they gave during their dress rehearsal before the Billboard Awards performance of the song, they are wearing Thelma and Louise T-shirts (Carrie Underwood is Louse, Miranda Lambert is Thelma).  It doesn’t feel like they’re pretending the subtext isn’t there, it feels like they don’t know it’s there.

Because they aren’t trying to trick me, I can somehow just enjoy it as a song about queer women, even if they don’t know that’s what they’re singing.

Whatever.

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