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I may have a slightly unreasonable obsession with all of Shinee, SNSD's Jessica, Kyuhyun's voice and Donghae's... well, everything (including Eunhyuk ;) )
based on a true story

When we talk about Eurovision this is probably one of my favourite things that happened since I’ve been watching it:

In 1998, Sharon Cohen (under her stage name of Dana International) wins the contest and takes the title for her home country Israel. After the heavy opposition she faced from conservatists in her own country and a lot of nasty articles in every second newspaper from close minded people that didn’t want to accept a trans women going for success.

And she did it! And people loved her. And voted for her. And she showed all of them.

trooperschaf:

toromiko:

niceknickerss:

nu-pogodi:

carlossheldonmoustache:

I feel so sorry for those non Europeans who don’t know of Eurovision, It means they could have never of seen Ukraine’s 2007 entry into the contest…

A classic.

for those who don’t know or don’t that much about eurovision  

this is all u need to know

iTS HERE

oh yeah, this is how we roll in Europe :D

ilovelecter:

shout out to the people who ship their ships quietly and happily and can laugh about it and don’t start shit with anybody about it (◡‿◡✿) 

taeorcoffee:

anyone who thinks that video is funny

taemin crying and scared and bolting it down the street just so he can get away from those sasaengs

you can just unfollow me now tbh

nonabones:

genderfluidsirius:

no but kids from pureblood families going through embarrassing weaboo phases except they become obsessed with muggle pop culture

5th years carrying around pink razr phones from 2004 and awkwardly inserting “text speak” into daily conversations

11 year olds carrying plush carebears backpacks into transfiguration

everyone of them using outdated muggle slang incorrectly, making all of the muggleborns wince in pain

that is so fucking cute and hilarious

suzy's anthology

minho-ness:

pairing: amber/suzy
rating: r
warning: err….. i dont wanna give it away but if you dont like dark things dont read

not a shinee fanfic, but i just fell in love with this fic. combined a lot of my favorite things 1. lesbians 2. high school awkwardness 3. surprise endings!!!!
basically amber is a target for bullies in school until suzy comes along.

yourmediahasproblems:

littlemissrantsalot:

yourmediahasproblems:

i want to create a tv show about a group of friends where they’re all queer except the one token cishet friend who’s only there to say stereotypical “straight” things for laughs like “macklemore got me into rap” and “my mom and i got into a fight because she wouldn’t buy me a fourth obey snapback”

Or we could just stop stereotyping people.

you’re cast

etothevictory:

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etothevictory:

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etothevictory:

mblaqniac:

myridiel:

MBLAQ - Run (live)

BEST!!! :D I loved that Era :D But then things happened, but this is so precious :D

This (often overlooked) stage is very important.

Oh, I loved it so much. Mir’s rap had improved a lot, Joon and GO looked like sex on legs most of the time and that song still gives me so much energy…

I/A. They’re known for their chic/sophisticated slow jams but I think they handle uptempo quite well. I’d really like Mir to have a beat to play around with and showcase his growth a bit more.

I feel like I like everything up to It’s war better than everything after that. Don’t know why. But songs like Y and Again are still some of my favourites in Kpop. (And I melt every time I see them perform them. The performance of Again was the best thing about that last concert dvd I got from them.) Their newer songs are good, I can see that but they don’t click with me somehow. :(

I loved Sexy Beat and really feel they upped their game w/that album but it dropped when Primary was sticking his fingers into everything kpop related, so I get why the material wouldn’t mesh with some. Broken is kind of a plateau imho. Nothing really grabbed me except one or two songs. I appreciate that they’re not using the same recycled boy group concepts but I feel like they need something to reinvigorate their catalogue as the TIW era did.

I actually forgot basically everything about their last comeback. That’s how much it didn’t grab me. :( Smokey Girl grew on me at least. By now I really like that song and that album. (Even though I still find it boring to watch on stage…) They need to make sure they don’t stagnate now…

disabledxena: The reason Frozen is so glorified is because its message has a nice white abled wrapper. "Elsa's powers are a symbol for disability!" Well Hunchback came out in 95/96, and it had an actual disabled character saving the day. "Frozen is about sisters!" Lilo and Stitch did it first, and better. "Hans is so dark he came out of GoT!" Again, see HoND, Snow White, Mulan, etc. Frozen is so mediocre and ordinary, and the opposite of revolutionary.

etothevictory:

kunstpause:

etothevictory:

mblaqniac:

myridiel:

MBLAQ - Run (live)

BEST!!! :D I loved that Era :D But then things happened, but this is so precious :D

This (often overlooked) stage is very important.

Oh, I loved it so much. Mir’s rap had improved a lot, Joon and GO looked like sex on legs most of the time and that song still gives me so much energy…

I/A. They’re known for their chic/sophisticated slow jams but I think they handle uptempo quite well. I’d really like Mir to have a beat to play around with and showcase his growth a bit more.

I feel like I like everything up to It’s war better than everything after that. Don’t know why. But songs like Y and Again are still some of my favourites in Kpop. (And I melt every time I see them perform them. The performance of Again was the best thing about that last concert dvd I got from them.) Their newer songs are good, I can see that but they don’t click with me somehow. :(

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