For Phones,by Nyx.
For Computers,by Nyx.
Endless List of Cuties: Aaron Tveit
GUYS! GUYS! GUYS! GUYS!
George is just such a darling, oh my geesh. He’s super friendly and I made him blush when I sarcastically told him he needed to stop being so sweet (which he shouldn’t…ever). I also got a hug! : )
One of the best nights ever!!
“My Burton is the best Burton. He makes me laugh, but also he’s adorable. He’s kind and he’s true, and he’s honest. He helps me hugely in my life because, in many ways, he’s the opposite of me. I flit around and over-analyse, and he is very instinctive and very steady. He’s my anchor - really, truly - and I feel lucky every single day to have found him.”
|—||John Green (via fishingboatproceeds)|
just out of Kamloops
Do people remember the 1865 song “Enjolras: The Song of the Patriot,” written in honor of Lincoln’s death, that was floating around a while back? Well, for those of us (i.e. me) too lazy to hammer out the sheet music to see what it actually sounded like, I just found the tune. It’s linked above.
Mind, said link leads you to an atrocity of a MIDI file. It’s almost majestically bad. And gets worse the longer you stick with it.
But you know, I almost like it this way. I’m getting a good giggle out of the thought that the song of Enjolras The Patriot is…that thing.
I still demand a singalong of this someday.
Here’s the full sheet music lifted from a post by user carpe-cerevisi (which I’m now reposting so it can be under the same link as the tune):