|"You know nothing, Jon Snow." (Actually, Jon Snow knows exactly two things. And neither will help him win Jeopardy.)|
|Honest Les Mis captions.|
|You keep using that phrase. I do not think it means what you think it means.|
|All I can think of is Steve innocently buying him this shampoo, and bringing it home, and not understanding why Bucky had to violently throw it out the window.|
|I...I've been playing Pokemon wrong this whole time.|
|Rooftop laments in Paris get a little complicated when someone from another musical is in your singing space.|
|The Winter Soldier: A summary.|
And doing things like taxes:
And doing something with my life:
While I'm still over here, just:
|This is from The Backstroke of the West, which is a badly captioned, pirated version of Revenge of the Sith that someone bought, and then shared the screencaps. It's hilarious, and somehow, I feel like this particular picture fits. Somehow.|
Let's face it, though. I may be a legal adult, but I still think Percy Jackson "dam jokes" are funny. It's been seven years, but...still. I use both kids' toothpaste and fluoride rinse because "adult" toothpaste is nasty (mint=nope). I like How To Train Your Dragon far more than the average ten-year-old. Earlier today, I spent five minutes of my life reading fanfiction about Steve Rogers Rickrolling all of the Avengers. I make playlists that look like this: (Okay, this is more an Annie thing than a not-adult thing.)
- 'Alienation' and 'Born Alone' by Morning Parade. I discovered Morning Parade a little over a week ago, and I already love them. I don't even want to say how many plays 'Alienation' has accumulated in that short time.
- 'Hurricane' and 'Closer to the Edge' by 30 Seconds to Mars. This Is War is such an interesting and multifaceted album, and while these two songs are very different, they still stay within the overall theme. And I love thematic albums.
- 'Lanterns' by Birds of Tokyo. I rarely buy a song after hearing it just once, but this is exactly what happened with this one.
- 'Raging Fire' by Phillip Phillips. When I neither like nor dislike a song on the first listen, one of two things usually happens. The first is that the more I hear the song, the more I start to hate it. The second is that it slowly turns into a song that I love. I had no opinion about this one at first, but it grew on me.
- 'Young Blood' by The Naked and Famous. I first heard this live, actually. The Naked and Famous opened for Imagine Dragons last March, and this song's beginning is too catchy to pass up.
- 'Just Give Me A Reason' by P!nk and Nate Ruess (of Fun.). I'm not a fan of P!nk, but I just can't get enough of Nate Ruess singing mournfully about...anything.
- 'Never Let Me Go' by Florence + The Machine. It's a sad song that doesn't really sound sad. Florence Welch has an amazing voice.
- 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For' by U2. This is a bit random, but I love it.
Also, since I'm now on break, I'll have more time to write posts. Which means that I'm open for suggestions. What do you want to read about? Is there a book you'd love to see me review? Let me know in the comments!
Blog note: If you haven't noticed, I've added a "song of the week" feature to the bottom of the right sidebar. I'm not quite sure where I'm going with it yet--I put it there because there are so many times when I want to share an amazing song I've found, but have no good place to do it. If you have a comment about the song of the week, feel free to leave it on whatever post you happen to be on (I'll see it no matter what). It would be cool to hear your thoughts! I've actually thought about starting an entirely separate blog where I share songs I've discovered. Does anyone have thoughts about that? Tumblr or Blogger? Would you follow it?