vinegod:

You know im all about the bass, no treble. by Jaime Soliz



whyamiamusicmajor:

ahappygirl:

One time when my music theory professor was a student in college, he had to accompany an extremely rude soprano for a recital. She treated him like dirt during rehearsals. Just before going on to perform, she made some really snide remark to him that ticked him off, so he transposed the piece up a half step. She cracked three times.

Always be nice to your accompanists, folks.

There is a special place in hell for people that are rude to their accompanists


combeferret:

absolutcute:

source

why do cats like to stand in things so much omg


thinsiqnificant:

my mom bought me a camouflage sweater today and i was like mom why did u do that and she said “so u can go hunting for men”


safeword-cat:

it occurred to me the other day that the 90s is now to the 2010s what the 70s were to the 90s


queerbaitingforgodot:

[guesses correct password for old account] nice, ive hacked it



allwaswell7:

"Hermione and Neville remind me so much of what we know of the friendship between Lily and Remus. Remus was very much the outsider and Lily the smart muggleborn who was always helping him when the rest rejected him."

allwaswell7:

"Hermione and Neville remind me so much of what we know of the friendship between Lily and Remus. Remus was very much the outsider and Lily the smart muggleborn who was always helping him when the rest rejected him."



guineapigliberationfront:

e-l-s-a-b-a:

stalinistqueens:

wingedbyday:

//Absurdly helpful for people writing royal characters and/or characters who interact with royalty and members of the nobility.
[x]

Citizen is simpler and more beautiful~ but just in case anyone needs this.

DUDE BUT THIS IS WHAT I’VE BEEN TRYING TO TELL PEOPLE
in medieval times you ONLY addressed a king/queen with “Your Majesty”, NEVER “Your Highness”.  To address a king/queen with “Your Highness” was considered an insult.

i will respond to any of these titles

guineapigliberationfront:

e-l-s-a-b-a:

stalinistqueens:

wingedbyday:

//Absurdly helpful for people writing royal characters and/or characters who interact with royalty and members of the nobility.

[x]

Citizen is simpler and more beautiful~ but just in case anyone needs this.

DUDE BUT THIS IS WHAT I’VE BEEN TRYING TO TELL PEOPLE

in medieval times you ONLY addressed a king/queen with “Your Majesty”, NEVER “Your Highness”.  To address a king/queen with “Your Highness” was considered an insult.

i will respond to any of these titles


joydisorderdivision:

HE HAS THE BERRIES


frozen-autumn-sky:

What have I done…