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unclefather:

thatsqualitystuff:

Prisoner zero has escaped

Free him

unclefather:

thatsqualitystuff:

Prisoner zero has escaped

Free him

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the moment I couldn’t pronounce the danish word for bread was the moment I realized I was never going to learn the language




rustypipes-and-tigerstripes:

I think Andy may have realised that his animal is of the stuffed variety.

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theofmoviestills:

Steal His Look: Johnny

Maison Martin Margiela Slim Cut Jacket - $2250.00

Balenciaga Cotton Dress Shirt - $295.00

Saint Laurent Silk Satin Neck Tie - $195.00

Anniversary Flowers & Gifts “A Dozen Red Roses” - $18.00

Spalding American Football - $19.95

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slightly-bovverd:

FLAWLESS KURANOSUKE THIS IS NOT A DRILL

slightly-bovverd:

FLAWLESS KURANOSUKE THIS IS NOT A DRILL

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everyeurovisionsong:

Moldova 2012

'Lăutar', performed by Pasha Parfeny.
Composer: Pavel ‘Pasha” Parfeni, Alex Brașoveanu. Lyrics: Pavel Parfeni.

'Lăutar' is an old Moldovan word that roughly translates as 'The Musical Adventures of Indiana Jones and the Arena of The Crystal Skull.' This is one of the biggest 'camp' performances of Eurovision, without crossing any adult lines. It's high energy, it's joyous, and how infectious is that smile?

And the Pasha Train conga-esque line at the end is the cherry on top of the musical cake.

Lăutar also has that mystical quality that you can sing along to the song in the last half of the song the first time that you hear the song. That’s an immense super-power to have when you are at Eurovision. It’s no wonder this scored so highly, and is still a great singalong number whenever it pops up.

Semi final - Points: 100. Placing: 5th.
Grand final - Points: 81. Placing: 11th. 




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poussbae:

Steal Their Look: Iggy Azalea and Macklemore

Holsum Country-Style White Bread (x2): $15.99
Kraft Mayo: $2.50

poussbae:

Steal Their Look: Iggy Azalea and Macklemore

Holsum Country-Style White Bread (x2): $15.99

Kraft Mayo: $2.50

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blackguyemoji:

accurate as hell

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waitinghopingliving:

nonymoose:

STILL not fucking over this guy

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luxnplush:

bolinsbiceps:

waiting for the “steal her look” trend to die down

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me: what are we
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everyeurovisionsong:

Denmark 2014

'Cliche Love Song', performed by Basim.
Composer: Lasse Lindorff, Kim Nowak-Zorde, Daniel Fält, and Basim. Lyrics:  Lasse Lindorff, Kim Nowak-Zorde, Daniel Fält, and Basim.

For the record, there is a technical name for the banner dropped at the end of the performance - it’s called a ‘Father Ted’, and is designed to put on a really good show, but ensure that the host country does not win it again. Denmark, more than any other host country in recent memory, did not like the invoice.

What was the banner needed? Because Ben Savage Basim was in with a shout. A cheeky Bruno Mars’esque number, with a fabulously singalong chorus, coupled with an infectious grin, threatened to bring us all back to Copenhagen in 2015. Basim delivered on the night (and to be fair, he delivered in every PR interview and was a wonderful ambassador), so something else needed to be donw to push the performance into ‘over the top’ territory.

Hence ‘The Father Ted’.

Now, everyone else sing along…

Semi final - Automatic qualifier (Host).
Grand Final - Points: 74. Placing: 9th.