Oh Doctor, Fix Me Right This Time.

I'm Kitty. and some people call me Carol and what the fuck even is a description

punkrockpasta:

counterparts//compass

  • 1: favorite band.
  • 2: favorite singer.
  • 3: favorite guitarist.
  • 4: favorite bassist.
  • 5: favorite drummer.
  • 6: a musician you have a crush on.
  • 7: bands or musicians you've seen live.
  • 8: your favorite song when you were 12.
  • 9: your favorite song when you were 15.
  • 10: your favorite song when you were 18.
  • 11: your favorite song now.
  • 12: a song that says something about your love life.
  • 13: a song you listen to when you're sad.
  • 14: a song that makes you dance.
  • 15: a powerful song.
  • 16: a musician you'd like to meet.
  • 17: a song that is a collaboration of 2 or more artists you love.
  • 18: favorite live dvd.
  • 19: oldest band / musician you listen to.
  • 20: favorite classical composer.
  • 21. a band/musician your friend(s) like(s), but you hate.
  • 22: a band/musician that someone/something made you hate.
  • 23: the musician you find the nicest.
  • 24: the musician you find the most attractive looking.
  • 25: favorite album(s).
  • 26: favorite song which lasts more than 10 minutes.
  • 27: a song that always makes you cry.
  • 28: a song that feels like it's made about you / for you.
  • 29: a song of one of your favorite bands/musicians that you'd show to someone to introduce the band/musician to them.
  • 30: a band/musician you loved, but now can't stand.
  • 31: a band/musician you used to hate, but now love.
  • 32: a band/musician who made you listen to the kind of music you like most. (first one of the kind that you heard)
  • 33: do you and your partner(s) / best friend(s) share music tastes?
  • 34: a band / musician that both you and your parent(s) like.
  • 35: a band / musician that made you meet someone you have loved.
  • 36: song(s) that would be theme songs for your life or parts of it.
  • 37: a band / musician you'd like to see live, but it's never going to be possible.
  • 38: the favorite music cd / dvd(s) you own.
  • 39: an album you want to own.
  • 40: do you own any vinyls?
  • 41: a concert you could have attended and wanted to attend, but something made you not go. (e.g. health issues, work)
  • 42: a musician you wish hadn't died.
  • 43: a band / musician whose works helped you last through the day.
  • 44: a song you love to listen to when it snows.
  • 45: a song you love to listen to when it rains.
  • 46: a song that makes you smile.
  • 47: a musician that shares similarities with you. (can be looks or personality or tastes)
  • 48: favorite song from a movie or favorite anime opening.
  • 49: sure there is a language you don't listen to music in, but you have this one song or band / musician that you like anyway. what's that?
  • 50: the newest / youngest of the bands you like.
  • 51: your ringtone.
  • 52: your phone alarm.
  • 53: a guilty pleasure song.
  • 54: a guilty pleasure band / musician.
  • 55: your favorite song in your mother language.
  • 56: a song you listened to for laughs, but then actually loved it.
  • 57: your favorite picture of one of your favorite bands.
  • 58: the song that is currently playing. if you're not listening to any, the last song you listened to.
  • 59: a song that you just can't stop humming / singing.
  • 60: your favorite love song.

withquestionablewit:

1800-undead:

hi lets stop telling mentally ill kids to “stop using their mental illness as an excuse” bc it’s ableist as hell and makes them hate themselves for their mental stuff

while we’re at it, let’s start telling them that their mental illness is a valid reason for being unable to do things

But let’s also tell them they don’t need a doctor to tell them what’s going on in their head if they already know, and they’re not forced to be put on medications, but there’s nothing wrong with it either. It’s THEIR choice. Now let’s do all these things without making kids think mental illness is “cute” and shouldn’t romanticize them, and it is certainly NOT okay to make them up for attention, or to bash other kids saying “I know how it works and you’re just an attention seeking bitch”. Let’s make sure they know their mental illness is absolutely no justification to act out without proper reasoning or act violently or in ways that could harm another living being physically or mentally/emotionally. It’s very vital they know exactly what’s going on before self-diagnosis. It’s a very serious thing. If we just did all these things, a lot of problems would be solved before they even begun.

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Can I just talk about grinding/dry humping/dry sex for a minute? I never could get tired of that. I really think sometimes it’s a lot better to spend some nights just doing that. It’s so sexy but sort of innocent I guess? It’s kindof a stepping stone to the sex thing. Also a great way to get to know your partner before having sex the first time together, or just what they’re feeling if you’ve already done it. Like it helps you learn their current rhythm and individual style. It’s safe. And it’s just such a tease, it gets the imagination almost tricking you into feeling the same pleasure as sex. And if you’re new to intercourse or haven’t been on top or something like it just helps you learn how to move. Like no matter if it’s guy on girl or girl on guy or girl on girl or guy on guy it’S SUPER hot. I love (clothed or not for both here) feeling a guy’s dick hard on my groin or being able to caress a girls hips while you grind her and feeling someone thrusting just, goddamn. Mostly, though? The closeness and creativity is just fucking beautiful and just why isn’t this more appreciated?

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thyartsmurder:

Don’t Go - Bring Me The Horizon

the-devil-in-i:

 This was one of Paul Gray's favorite songs of Slipknot. 

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