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Kylie Minogue Confide in Me

misandristofficial:

I’ve always been a coward,
And I don’t know what’s good for me.

fionagoddess:

Jessica Lange | American Horror Story (2011-14)

  • Update: your crush still doesn't like you back

trying to avoid Kate Bush spoilers

kate-boosh:

logs on to Tumblr
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logs on to facebook

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reads the newspaper
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turning on the radio
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opening eyes in the morning
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both your social and academic lives

whenincambridge:

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rocknrollercoaster:

it must be really wild to actually have a positive relationship with your father

like

?????

some people really have that????

that’s insane

tumblinwithhotties:

Chris Evans

tumblinwithhotties:

Chris Evans

justiceforbigwheel:

"Big Wheel" is an iconic track and the lead single from Legentori Slaymos’ 9th studio album, American Doll Posse, released to critical acclaim in 2007, with Sputnik Music calling the album a “return to form— sort of,” while Rolling Stone praised Amos’ innovation, stating that "if you can ignore her fake posse, you’ll find this is Amos’ best album in many years."
The song is a pounding power rock anthem that advocates for female autonomy, gives a confessional look into the dynamics of female sexuality, and speaks out against misogyny in the music industry. Amos reveals that she is dynamic, ever inventive, ever changing, and can rely on herself to stay on top— and ahead of her competition in the industry. 
The song, too hot for the radio, censored its most iconic moment by editing out Tori’s self-proclaimed “MILF” to “MIMI.” (Not to be confused with the pedestrian alter-ego of Mariah Carey). As a result, sales of the song plummeted, and “Big Wheel” didn’t even make the Billboard 100.
In light of the recent release of Unrepentant Geraldines, we are urging you to give a chance to the song that could have been.
Purchase copies on iTunes, gift them to your gay friends, request it on the radio!
JUSTICE FOR BIG WHEEL.

justiceforbigwheel:

"Big Wheel" is an iconic track and the lead single from Legentori Slaymos’ 9th studio album, American Doll Posse, released to critical acclaim in 2007, with Sputnik Music calling the album a “return to form— sort of,” while Rolling Stone praised Amos’ innovation, stating that "if you can ignore her fake posse, you’ll find this is Amos’ best album in many years."

The song is a pounding power rock anthem that advocates for female autonomy, gives a confessional look into the dynamics of female sexuality, and speaks out against misogyny in the music industry. Amos reveals that she is dynamic, ever inventive, ever changing, and can rely on herself to stay on top— and ahead of her competition in the industry. 

The song, too hot for the radio, censored its most iconic moment by editing out Tori’s self-proclaimed “MILF” to “MIMI.” (Not to be confused with the pedestrian alter-ego of Mariah Carey). As a result, sales of the song plummeted, and “Big Wheel” didn’t even make the Billboard 100.

In light of the recent release of Unrepentant Geraldines, we are urging you to give a chance to the song that could have been.

Purchase copies on iTunes, gift them to your gay friends, request it on the radio!

JUSTICE FOR BIG WHEEL.