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    Hi! Welcome to my "Top 10 Albums of 2016" blog! In light on this year reaching an end and inspired by the multiple countdowns that other members have done in the forum, I decided to do one myself. This year has been pretty good to me in terms of music as I've liked a lot of releases, as well as found a lot of new stuff! Now if you know me you know that I like Korean and Japanese music, and yes, of course, there's albums of the language in this countdown. You can also probably guess my #1 correctly since I've been pretty vocal about it. You might find something new in this list that you like! Anyway, starting from #10 and going upwards...


    SHINee are one of the staple groups in K-Pop, they're essential to anyone's experience in the genre and my favorite boy group ever! 1 and 1 features a variety of genres that together make up this great album; from House, to 90's Jack Swing, the album has many many gems in it. The album is a really nice collection of good vocals and production working together. It serves you bops, midtempos, (amazing) ballads.
    #HyuntySTANS: SHIFT, Tell Me What To Do, Feel Good


    Perfume are a techno inspired J-Pop trio, and one of my favorite artists ever. They're definitely not everyone's cup of tea, being such a heavy electronic group that features autotune, vocaloid, high-pitched voices, etc, but being a big electronic fan, that's really what makes me love them so much. COSMIC EXPLORER was preceded by many singles released prior to the album, but most of these were reworked into new versions that in some cases is for the better, and others, for the worst. Either way, the album does a great job at mixing today's EDM trends while still keeping it loyal to their sound.
    #HyuntySTANS: STORY, FLASH, Cosmic Explorer, Pick Me Up


    I was never a JoJo stan, hell I had never listened to a song by her previously to listening to Mad Love., but I was immediately impressed. This is a fantastic comeback album, you can feel the passion she has for music in many of the songs included here. Her vocals are absolutely fantastic - especially on the ballads Music. and I Am., whew - the production is done just right. Bops, mid-tempos, ballads, this album is a ride of emotions that I love to experience!
    #HyuntySTANS: Honest., Vibe., High Heels., Good Thing.


    LEMONADE, the iconic album/movie that shook the world! I could spend a while talking about how amazing the visual part of the album is, but we're talking about the music here so I'll leave that for another time! The album ranges from many, many genres yet manages to stay as a cohesive body of work. The production, the vocals, the lyrics, the theme, the concept, it's all perfectly executed and it's why this is Beyoncé best album ever.
    #HyuntySTANS: 6 Inch, Freedom, Daddy Lessons, Hold Up


    Big shoutout to @blankdreams. for introducing me to this album indirectly via Popfection! This album is seriously an electropop masterpiece, I'm still as amazed as I was the first day I listened to it, and I still love it as much as I did then. The album's production is insane and just massive, seriously praise Joel Little for the amazing work. It's an experience to listen to, let me tell you, especially when you get to the title track which closes the album, whew! Georgia's voice is so interesting and it shines in this album. Plus, the Tove feature is seriously an amazing moment.
    #HyuntySTANS: Conscious, Free, Are You Home, Hold The Line, Recovery, Freak of Nature


    I discovered DEAN not too long ago, and I'm very very glad I did! He's a South Korean alternative R&B artist who released his debut ep "130 Mood: TRBL" earlier this year. With just 6 tracks (and an outro) the album sets a moody ambient from the beginning, with a set of mid-tempos following through. The production (done by himself) is so on point, his vocals are so so smooth, the melodies are really lovely throughout the entire thing, and it all mixes together in this amazing record where every single track is a highlight. I highly recommend you listen to this, you won't regret it. He's almost a Korean The Weeknd, if that gives you any motive to listen to him!
    #HyuntySTANS: 21, D (Half Moon), Pour Up


    I found out about BANKS with Gemini Feed, and I was definitely interested from that point and on. The Altar did not disappoint from the excitement I had built up from before, it exceeded my expectations. I love the dark tone her music has, even in the more upbeat moments of the album. Actually I wanna point out how FLAWLESS the transition from Mother Earth to Weaker Girl is, easily one of the best moments of the album, I love that too much. Her lyrics are flawfree, the production slays. She really did that with this album.
    #HyuntySTANS: Trainwreck, Gemini Feed, 27 Hours, To The Hilt


    Barely a month has passed yet this album found its way into my Top 3 of the year, truly a flawless album. The album keeps his signature dark and moody R&B vibe, but it's evolved, Starboy definitely borrows more pop, electronic and house influences compared to his previous albums, and I'm a huge fan of this. The Daft Punk features really take each of those songs to a new level, and the fact that they're the opener and closer of the album is just a really nice touch.
    #HyuntySTANS: Rockin', Secrets, False Alarm, A Lonely Night, Love To Lay


    Pop perfection at its finest! This is the album that solidified me as an Ariana stan, it's just too damn good. Even though this is always said when talking about it, praise the lord for Focus' backlash that made her change the album's direction! The title track came through and left everyone shook, myself included. Then the rest of the album was just sent from the Pop Gods themselves. It has one of the best songs of this year, the hit that got away, Into You! By the way, Forever Boy > Knew Better
    #HyuntySTANS: Into You, Touch It, Greedy, Thinking Bout You, Side to Side



    Talented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show stopping, spectacular, never the same, totally unique, completely not ever been done before, unafraid to reference or not reference, put it in a blender, shit on it, vomit on it, eat it, give birth to it. I really cannot put my love for this album into words, she really left me bald. I'm a huge fan of electronic music - as I've previously stated - and this album being so House-heavy was just a gift. Every single song is fucking perfect, even the interludes! The album is short but that's compensated by the fact that every song is pure perfection. I cannot wait to see what the second volume will sound like, but I'm sure it'll be just as flawless as this one.

    #HyuntySTANS: Lady Wood, True Disaster, Vibes, Flashes, Keep It Simple


    Hope you enjoyed my rambling, and that you might've found something new to listen to!


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    I had a busy and tubulent year, q1 and q2 were PRISM levels of success and moderation but q3 was a mess! literally my artpop or bionic(these are terms of endearment not drags if anyone tries it) I think I almost lost everything in q3, but I bounced back and I promise myself to rise from now on. q4 is shaping up to be 1989-ish or Beauty Behind The Madness. Revamped everything but not too much. I'm mostly looking forward to my Christmas break. This is a first for me, cause it's an entire week. I didnt know a 5 day Christmas break exists.



    cant wait to play FFXV and Watch Dogs 2


    Waking up to cinnamon and ham


    The upcoming family and social gatherings


    I'm all geared up for the holiday clapbacks, my family aint safe!


    I deserve my break, all of it.




  2. When I first decided I wanted to go to it, it was because Niall and 5H would both be performing there. You may think it’s ridiculous to go to a whole festival for just two acts out of eleven, but whatevs. I know I’m not the only one who does it. Plus, I didn’t *hate* any of the other acts. I liked Alessia Cara, Daya, and DNCE as well when I was thinking about going.

    Plus, I had never been to a festival before so I was like why not you know.

    Then after buying two tickets, I remembered that my friend (who I'll refer to as S) lives in DC and, since she is a Niall girl, I thought it would be awesome for the two of us to go to the festival together to like, see solo Niall’s career beginnings you feel me? So, it was set. We were gonna go to the Jingle Ball together. :) 

    That day me and my mom left around 12, and we drove to a Starbucks that S gave us the address for so that we could meet her there before the show. Her girlfriend was there too. So all 4 of us had a drink at Starbucks (I got a large caramel frappuccino to celebrate the awesome night we were gonna have) and then after that my mom left to go to where we were staying (at our family friends’ house). Then me, S, and her girlfriend all went to Nando’s.

    Because how appropriate to go to Nando’s for dinner when me and S are about to see Niall right? Hehehe. (For those who don't get it, Nando's is Niall's favorite restaurant of all time.) Anyway, I got a chicken breast sandwich and we just kind of sat there and talked about anything and everything. We took a few selfies “””the old fashion way”” (with my camera instead of a phone camera hehe). It was a lot of fun. <3

    Then me and S said goodbye to her girlfriend and we started towards the venue. There was a little bit of confusion at first about where the line was and stuff but we eventually got inside.

    The show got off to a bad start because we ended up missing all but the end of Fifth Harmony’s set. :( Neither of us had thought 5H would go first - we thought they would’ve been closer to the end since they were more popular than some of the other acts. 

    So after that I was like :/ because I didn’t think this show was gonna be so great after all now that we’ve missed 1/2 of the reason I’m here, but I’m happy to say I was proven wrong.

    Tove Lo came up next. We weren’t sure who she was at first, but then I could tell she was singing “I’m a cool girl” (this was my first time hearing that song, but I had heard OF it) so I was like “oh yeah it’s Tove Lo”. Instantly after we realized who she was, she started singing “Talking Body” which was funny to us because if she had started with that we would’ve instantly known she was Tove Lo. Hehehe.

    Anyways, after her was Alessia Cara (I only remember the order because I’m uploading YouTube videos the same time I’m writing this). And oh my gosh Alessia was AMAZING. I recorded her performances of “Wild Things” and “Scars To Your Beautiful”. Her speech before STYB talked about how much pressure society puts on girls and honestly it was just so amazing. It almost made me cry if I’m being 100% honest. ;_;

    After her performance I really feel like, the urge to become a bigger Alessia fan. I don’t feel that urge for most of the acts - although they were all good - but I definitely feel that way for Alessia. Her voice is so amazing and she was so great. <3

    Next up is Ellie Goulding. Now, when it comes to her, I have to be in the right mood for her voice. I don’t *hate* her voice but I really have to be in the right mood to properly enjoy it. I did dance during “Love Me Like You Do” and “On My Mind”. Me and S were both thinking she’d do “Lights” but she surprised me and did stinkin’ ANYTHING COULD HAPPEN.

    For people who don’t know, Anything Could Happen was like Fifth Harmony’s IT song when they were on X Factor. It’s the one that, in the judges’ words, switched them from being the underdogs to being the top ones to beat. Anyway, let’s just say that Anything Could Happen has a LOT of emotions attached to it for me as a Harmonizer. A LOT.

    I nearly cried when she sang “ON THE RECK OF 86″. It was like I could hear X Factor era Ally singing along with it in my head, along with the XF crowd cheering. And when she sang the “I’ll give you anything you need” part, I also was on the edge because I could hear XF era Dinah’s high note in my head. It was a very emotional song for me to be honest. I hadn’t been expecting all the emotions I got from it jfkl;daskl;

    THEN Camila came back on stage to perform “Bad Things” with Machine Gun Kelly. I’ll admit, this was actually the first time I had heard Bad Things (even though I downloaded it a while ago) and I LOVED it. It was great. I’m so proud of Mila, she’s so awesome. <3

    Some boys performed after that - G-Eazy, Diplo, whatevs - no one I really cared about. S told me she had no idea who G-Eazy was; I told her it was okay because he’d be forgotten by next year just like every white rapper. “Other than Em*nem” she told me. “Yeah,” I agreed. “Unfortunately....” 

    Me and her took a bathroom break during Diplo’s performance because I literally knew 0 of his songs and didn’t really care enough. 

    AND THEN, NIALL STINKIN’ HORAN CAME OUT ON THE STAGE. Me and S lost our minds with how hard we were screaming when they announced he was up next. I took out my camera immediately - not wanting to miss a SINGLE moment of this historic performance. He was so amazing oh my goshhh. I love him so much. I can’t wait to look back on this night one day when I am buying tickets to Niall’s first solo tour - kind of like how I look back at the Neon Lights show whenever I buy 5H tickets now. I’m so proud of him, and I can’t wait to see him again one day. <3

    Daya was next. I don’t really have much to say about her other than she’s talented and I like her songs. :)

    DNCE was after her and oh my gosh DNCE. They KILLED IT. In all honesty they were probably my favorite performance of the night (other than Niall and what little I saw of 5H bc I’m biased). They were just so energetic and fun and oh my gosh it was awesome. When “Cake By The Ocean” started I was going ALL OUT. Dancing my butt off.

    They also did a 90s music medly - they did “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls and “Oops!... I Did It Again” by Britney. When they started singing Britney, I LOST MY MIND. I was dancing and screaming SO STINKIN’ HARD. I recorded a video during the “I’m not that innocent” part and the video pretty much shows you how I was feeling; you can’t really see anything and the camera is wiggling everywhere. I was just so happy jlf;lkdasjkf;la

    At the end, Joe went into the crowd and walked around. So that was pretty awesome. Obviously he didn’t come all the way up to the nosebleeds where I was hahaha but it was still really cool to watch him run through the crowd and hear how many people were screaming. It was like my childhood had come full circle watching that, hehehe.

    Finally, to close it all up was The Chainsmokers. Now, I gotta tell you, before this festival I really had NO CLUE how popular the Chainsmokers were. I mean, I knew they had a few hits (Roses, Don’t Let Me Down, and Closer) but I didn’t realize how truly popular they were until it was announced they were next. Other than Niall, they probably got the most screams of the night.

    Let me tell you about the people in front of us though - oh my goshhh were they SUPER fans. Like, they were freaking the heck out when the Chainsmokers came on. It was like me and S when Niall was on.

    This one person especially was going in - like, during all of the Chainsmokers’ songs they were dancing like their life depended on it. I could not replicate their dance moves if I try. They were dancing so hard, it was awesome.

    After the Chainsmokers said goodbye - after they performed Don’t Let Me Down with Daya - me and S wasted no time in getting out of there in order to try and beat the traffic.

    This is the first concert I’ve been to where I didn’t get a T-shirt - which is sad but oh well. We were late getting there and by the time we left all the T-shirts were gone. It’s okay though, I will live.

    All in all, it was an AWESOME festival. I can see why people like going to these. Maybe I’ll have to go again next year (if 5H are performing again of course ;)). I had so much fun and I’m so glad S went with me. She’s an awesome concert buddy. :)

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    I know I love boys since 8 years but in the last couple of days I think about girls. It sounds dump but I think maybe I turn into a Bisexual person.

    I had a 3 days relationship with a Girl 7 years ago and it was the worst thing ever! I felt it was wrong to do that. Since this expirience I knew I LOVE BOYS!

    My love life is pure trouble, I mean I fell in love and my heart got broken every time. In 2012 I created an account on a Gay Forum/Community.

    I only chatted with guys and 1 year later I met someone from the Forum. We had a blowjob date. It was horrible. Maybe it wasn't the right time or I was depressed at that time.

    The last 2 years I did more of those things. I was never happy after it. It could be that I was really depressed and hurt from other boys in my school.

    I felt like I got colder and colder to these kind of things (especially falling in love with boys). I wanted to be single and I wanted to be happy with it but I was not.

    I don't want to blame it all on my depression, maybe now I think that I should left this road and see if there's something on the other side of the sea.

    I watched a Lesbian porn and I came and it turned me on shock2 I was like "am I Bisexual now?". I found Vaginas never attractive but it made my penis hard.

    I thought about kissing a girl too and it wasn't that bad as I thought. I thought about having sex with a girl but what if I couldn't get hard. That would be so embarrassing.

    My question is am I still gay or am I bisexual?

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    A nice lil mixtape of music I like. A lot of it is really underrated, so give it a listen!



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    I'll do more entries along these lines for DVDs, CDs, iTunes, etc. if more than 3 people give a shit the first time around dead4 I love collecting these sort of media items and of course discussing the items themselves. Do you have any of the same titles, and which ones interest you the most? Really, I'd be interested in hearing any general thoughts.


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    10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)
    1941 (1979)
    28 Days Later... (2002)
    Amadeus (1984)
    American Psycho (2012)
    Anaconda (1997)
    Assassins (1995)
    ^ Cobra (1986) 
    ^ Demolition Man (1993) 
    Bad Santa (2003)
    Bad Teacher (2011)
    Barbarella (1968)
    Basket Case (1982)
    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Jusice (2016)
    Boyz N the Hood (1991)
    Bull Durham (1988)
    Cabin Fever (2002)
    The Cell (2000)
    A Christmas Story (1983)
    Commando (1985)
    Conan the Barbarian (1982)
    Contact (1997)
    Crank (2006)
    Crank: High Voltage (2009)
    Cutthroat Island (1995)
    Daredevil (2003)
    The Dark Crystal (1982)
    Dawn of the Dead (1978)
    The Day After Tomorrow (2004)
    Deep Rising (1998)
    ^ The Puppet Masters (1994)
    The Descent (2005)
    The Devil's Rejects (2005)
    Dredd (2012)
    Dune (1984)
    Election (1999)
    E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
    Event Horizon (1997)
    The Faculty (1998)
    Falling Down (1993)
    The Fifth Element (1997)
    Final Destination (2000)
    Final Destination 3 (2006)
    Flash Gordon (1980)
    Forbidden Planet (1956)
    Foxcatcher (2014)
    The Frighteners (1996)
    From Beyond (1986)
    Goosebumps (2015)
    Green Lantern (2011)
    Grindhouse [Planet Terror/Death Proof] (2007)
    Hannibal (2001)
    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)
    The Hateful Eight (2015)
    High Fidelity (2000)
    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
    I Am Legend (2007)
    I Love You Phillip Morris (2007)
    Independence Day (1996)
    In the Mouth of Madness (1994)
    It Follows (2014)
    Jackie Brown (1997)
    Jane Got a Gun (2016)
    Jawbreaker (1999)
    Jeepers Creepers (2001)
    John Carter (2012)
    John Wick (2014)
    Jurassic World (2015)
    Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
    Krull (1983)
    Labyrinth (1986)
    Lake Placid (1999)
    Last Action Hero (1993)
    The Last Starfighter (1984)
    Legend (1985)
    Les Misèrables (2012)
    Leviathan (1989)
    The Little Mermaid (1989)
    Lord of Illusions (1995)
    Madonna: Truth or Dare (1991)
    Marathon Man (1976)
    M.A.S.H. (1970)
    Memento (2000)
    Men in Black (1997)
    The Midnight Meat Train (2008)
    Monkey Shines (1988)
    The Mummy (1999)
    The Mummy Returns (2001)
    The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008)
    National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989)
    Near Dark (1987)
    The Nice Guys (2016)
    Nightbreed (1990)
    Nightcrawler (2014)
    Pacific Rim (2013)
    ParaNorman (2012)
    The People Under the Stairs (1991)
    Planet of the Apes (2001)
    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)
    Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016)
    Rebirth of Mothra (1996)
    Rebirth of Mothra II (1997)
    Rebirth of Mothra III (1998)
    Red Planet (2000)
    Reservoir Dogs (1992)
    The Revenant (2015)
    Riddick (2013)
    Risky Business (1983)
    The Road Warrior (1981)
    RoboCop (2014)
    Robot Jox (1989)
    Romancing the Stone (1984)
    The Jewel of the Nile (1986)
    Rush (2013)
    Salem's Lot (1979)
    Saturn 3 (1979)
    Sausage Party (2016)
    Scarecrows (1988)
    Scream 2 (1997)
    Sean Connery: Volume 2
    - Thunderball (1965)
    - You Only Live Twice (1967)
    - Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
    Die Another Day (2002)
    Skyfall (2012)
    SPECTRE (2015)
    She's All That (1999)
    Sicario (2015)
    Sin City (2005)
    Sinister (2012)
    Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)
    The Social Network (2010)
    Solomon Kane (2009)
    The Sound of Music (1965)
    Species (1995)
    Speed (1994)
    The Spirit (2008)
    Stargate (1994)
    Star Trek Beyond (2016)
    Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
    Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015)
    Street Fighter (1994)
    Tank Girl (1995)
    Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
    The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)
    The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014)
    Tremors (1990)
    Trick 'r Treat (2007)
    TRON: Legacy (2010)
    UHF (1989)
    Under the Cherry Moon (1986)
    Universal Soldier (1992)
    The Walk (2015)
    Warcraft (2016)
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
    The Witch (2015)
    Xanadu (1980)
    The X-Files: Season 2
    The X-Files: Season 3
    X-Men: First Class (2011)
    The Wolverine (2013)
    X-Men: Days of Future Past - The Rogue Cut (2014)
    X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)



  4. Hello everybody, and welcome back to #TeaOfTheDay


    We're already in day 3, ratings are good (not really, but still) oprah4 

    So onto today's tea, yesterday i promised to talk about one of Gaga's albums, and i'm going to talk about HA best album HA magnum opus HA album that she will never beat in terms of excellence, visuals, singles & longevity, i'm talking about The Fame: Monster.

    On today's hot tea, i'm going to give the reasons on why this album is her best.


    REASON #1:

    It features Bad Romance, her arguably most iconic song with her best music video to date. It's diamond certified in the US despite peaking at #2 (Damn Kesha gaga2)

    REASON #2:

    This album features two of her three #1 songs, Just Dance (which was originally released in the fame but whatevs) and Poker Face (which was also released in the fame...but eh), who's also diamond certified

    REASON #3:

    And last but NOT least, it features S U M M E R B O Y ha MOST UNDERRATED SONG FROM A L L T I M E.


    And with that ladies, i conclude this day, hope you enjoyed the Tea!



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    So the other day I was in the room with my mother when she brings up how she's glad that the "Gorilla Face" won't be in the white house anymore so I asked who this "Gorilla face" was and she says "Michelle (Obama) of course!" dead4

    So then I ask her "Isn't that kinda racist?" um1 Then she says "no it's just Michelle that has a Gorilla face" um1

    So I call her out and ask why it wouldn't still be racist if you said it to a regular black person then she says "Black people aren't gorilla face's if they're hard-working and put effort into their work unlike Michelle not everything is racist Henry!" rih1

    I think a few months back when she was acting racist she said "I'm not racist because I like a lot of black people like Morgan Freeman & Michael Jackson and...."

    Like.... moo3

    Mom moo3

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  5. I've been really angry since Black Beatles went number one, but there was a point where it went from "this song is bad" to "I'm extremely angry and really upset about this". That point was when I saw this 

    Then it hit me. I watch men get praised constantly, for some reason this year especially, for having songs that degrade women, songs about mistreating women, because the artist happens to be a minority. Many songs that have reached the top 40 and top 10 this year by black men have had countless lyrics about mistreating women, cheating on women with women who are also in relationships, etc. These things for some reason didn't bother me as much until recently.


    When Closer went number 1, people complained. No, the song is not amazing, but people complained because it was Halsey. I saw no one celebrate the fact that there was a queer woman on the top of the charts. I saw no one celebrate the fact that there was a black woman on top of the charts. Someone tell me, I'm genuinely curious and can't find it in a Google search, when's the last time an openly gay or bi woman had a number 1 song? I couldn't find anything.


    Songs with awful degrading comments about women get praised constantly yet Halsey gets dragged to the pits for...being a little annoying sometimes? Being "extra"? Yeah annoying people are SO MUCH WORSE than someone who constantly puts down a group of people and talks about treating them badly. 


    From this point forward, I fully embrace Halsey and her appearance in popular culture. Her success as a bisexual and biracial woman on the pop charts should not be undermined in a world where the success of men who degrade women gets celebrated. I no longer stand for the celebration of men who who popularize the mistreatment of women. Halsey is the only queer person, let alone woman, to have a number one single this year. I am celebrating and I believe more people should be. The song may be about a hetero relationship and she may be "white passing" but that doesn't take away the fact that a queer, black woman is on the longest running number 1 of the year. 


    That's all I have to say.


    But seriously, if someone could tell me the last gay woman to have a number 1 single and the last bi woman to have a number one single, that would be fantastic because I honestly can't find it.

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  6. After overwhelmingly good reviews from critics of the first episode of Phan's Phavorite .GIFs, the network has decided to bring it back for a new special! Today, I'm showing you some of my Phavorites, from Episode 1 and the upcoming Episode 2, but now in Emoticon form! This is the perfect 25-piece collection for any gay on the go! Full list below:


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    Thank you, for visiting the Grand Hall of Phanniemotes.

    As always, stay gay, xoxo Babydoll Phan.


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    I'm happy everyone was able to do the previous survey, a whopping 69 people so far particpated from in and out of FOTP.


    This survey is different. This is specific about the election results and Trump winning.

    Please take the survey it's quick but important.




    Results will be presented in a project very soon.




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    Donald J. Trump is our President

    Twitter Notifications and videos of Marches, Riots, Shootings, Lootings

    It's like this is the norm, the everyday

    so many people feel unwanted, chewed, and spit out

    our nation is divided, east and west, north and south

    there are children, adults, family crying, people dying

    there are worries,

    there are concerns of a Republican government and possible a second term

    it feels that we, on the right side of herstory, got defeated

    the majority is not with us and doesn't want to embrace us

    we can spend countless hours on the why and the how

    we can read headlines and articles, saying this can't be true

    I'm sure there are many who rub it in our faces and mock our ideology, calling it just plain stupid

    we wonder from 8 years of seemingly progression, only to ask was it worth it in the end

    our feelings, emotions, thoughts all valid

    waiting for the next catastrophe to happen

    it was not just us, the silent minority

    It was mostly every media outlet and celebrit-ory

    Now on it is on us, all of us

    man, woman, child, and those who chose to not be classified

    no matter what sexual orientation, race, religion and what have you comes to mind

    we must all unite and keep our voices loud

    cause we won't let them get the best of us

    we won't let every policy, law, or bill go without a fight

    cause it is only right, by the mighty generations who came before us

    that we don't hinder progression no matter how much distress

    cause it looks like our future is one big fucking mess

    but if we work together and stay critical

    we can defeat any enemy no matter how big or small

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    lmao so yesterday i had a school dance. 


    i ended up with a bloody face at one point so there was that


    but anyway, heathens, ride, and soap played, so that was good. no panic! which was upsetting :( but whatever

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    I accidentally made another blog post so I'm reserving this sia2

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    [February 23rd 2002]
    15.  Wherever You Will Go - The Calling  | Week 2 | -1 | Peak 14
    14.  A Thousands Miles - Vanessa Carlton  | Week 1 | NE | Peak 14
    13. Gotta Get Thur This - Daniel Bedingfield | Week 14 | -1 | Peak 7 [1]
    12.  Murder On The Dancefloor - Sophie Ellis Bextor  | Week 12 | -5 | Peak 6
    11. Hands Clean - Alanis Morrissett  | Week 4 | -3 | Peak 8
    10. My Sarcrifice - Creed | Week 6 | -1 | Peak 7 [1]
    09. Chop Suey - System Of The Down | Week 9 | +1 | Peak 08 [1]
    08. Crawling In The Dark - Hoobastank  | Week 2 | NE | Peak 08
    07. For You  - Stand   | Week 1 | NE | Peak 07
     06. In The End - Linkin Park | Week 20 | -3 | Peak 1 [7]
    05. All You Wanted - Michelle Brunch | Week 5 | = | Peak 4 [1] 
    04. You Give Me Something Jamiroquai  | Week 3 | = | Peak 4
    03. Death Defy - Motor Ace | Week 9 | -1  | Peak 1 [2] 
    02. Youth Of Nations - P.O.D | Week 4 | +4 | Peak 05
    01. Hey Baby - No Doubt | Week 9 | +1 | Peak 1 [1] 
    What's Luv? - Fat Joe Feat. Ashanti  | Week 1 | NE | Peak 15
    That Day - Natalie Imbruglia  | Week 2 | +1 | Peak 13
    I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman - Britney Spears | Week 9 | = | Peak 5 [1]
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    Literally loved this album!!! It's pop gold! Here's a track-by-track review!!! Enjoy;))


    1. Dare- A great opener! The lyrics are so clever, and I think this really sets up the whole album! Although it's not my #1 favorite, I still really enjoy it! (7.5/10)

    2. Legendary- This is pure pop! This is giving me some early Madonna vibes!! The lyrics are very cute, and I like the alien vibe in the production! (8/10)

    3. I.C.Y.M.I- OMGG! The sass! But really, this song is sooo fun and it's very tropical. A great single choice! (8.5/10)

    4. Thirsty- OMG! The first Daya song that I fell in love with!! This reminds me of one huge pep rally!! The lyrics are so fun, and I love all the drink namechecks! (9/10)bey3

    5. Love Of My Life- I don't hate this song, but it's not the most memorable. I like the whole doo-[removed] feel. This song is pretty catchy, but it kinda just blends in compared to the other songs (6/10)

    6. Hide Away- The song was a great song to start her career, although it's not my favorite on the album. I do enjoy it, but it's nothing really special (6.5/10)

    7. Cool- This is ARTTT!!! When I first heard this song, I knew it would be favorite! The lyrics are so clever, and it's just like one huge vacation! This better be the next single!!! (10/10)

    8. Sit Still, Look Pretty- I literally adore this song! The lyrics are so smart!! It really is a great message! It's not the magnum opus, but it still slays! (8.5/10)

    9. Talk- OMG, and I thought it couldn't get any sassier! I literally love this song! It has such an urban vibe, and this would also make a great single! (8.5/10)

    10. U12- OMFG!!! This song gets me so emotional, you don't even know! It gives all the feels, and still slays! Reminds me of an 80's movie soundtrack. Just amazing!! (10/10)antm1

    11. Words- This song reminds me so much of Gloria Estefan! It's not the best, but it's fun!!. I still find myself humming it, and it would make a great dance on tour (7.5/10)

    12. Back to Me- Wow!  This is a BALLAD!!!! I really feel the emotion in her vocals! The lyrics are amazing, and this is just so powerful all together! (8/10)

    13. Got The Feeling- I'm not sure, this song kinda feels like a filler to me!.It's nothing terrible, but I kinda forgot it after one listen. I do enjoy the lyrics and the production though (5.5/10)

    14. We Are- OMG! A great closer!!!! Love the lyrics, and would love to see this in a movie! It really is a great ending, and it really holds the album together! (8.5/10)



    Hope ya guys enjoyed!!







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    this is probably the 100th time I've written a lengthy, emotional post on some part or another from my life, and then erased it completely... 

    I don't know why I'm like this, but I'll just leave this here for now. 


    I measure every grief I meet with narrow, probing eyes -- I wonder if it weighs like mine -- or has an easier size - Emily Dickinson

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    Never let another person treat you like you are nothing. Never let someone come into your life and make you a shell of who you once were. Never let someone take complete control of your emotions. Never fear someone that you are supposed to love. Never let in negative people. You deserve to be happy. You deserve to be loved. You deserve to have people in your life that love you for who you are. You deserve the world.

    Love y'all,



    This blog, like I've mentioned before, is about all kinds of love and breakup advice which includes friendships and family.

    but for a few editions I want to focus on the most important type of love..... SELF LOVE. These will all be under the theme of #LoveMyself



    Please read, be open to sharing, asking, conversing, even if you feel like you have a healthy relationship with yourself.  

    You might enlighten others with knowledge that is not mentioned, or pick up a few tips to use on yourself. oprah1



    Dr. H.O.N.E.Y at your service. oprah11 I'm just like you, no better, no worse, just sharing what little I do know in hopes someone will benefit. rav3





    Blog Entry #2: Do I #LoveMyself Enough to Change?






    We received this question in the mail, and we almost overlooked it but we managed to grab a hold of this very important question: rav2 


                               Dear H.O.N.E.Y,

    Why do I always find myself making promises to myself that I never keep, and end up stuck at the bottom because of my own actions? 



    oprah8 hmmm....  A tricky one.



    First, I won't say that I follow what I preach, nor that I have achieved every goal that I've set out to achieve.  oprah11



    I'm not saying I haven't broken new year resolutions before and gained pounds when I said that I'd lose them. I'm not going to pretend that I'm better than anyone and have done/seen it all and everyone has to play catch up with me. I'm just like everyone else, I actually have made plenty of mistakes in my life and I will share some of them in this very blog in future editions. Nobody's perfect, but we have to strive to get as close AS POSSIBLE to our goals/promises to ourselves.







    Whether it's losing weight, quitting smoking, learning French, eating healthier/going green, waking up early, being more active, etc..

    The first step is to acknowledge to yourself WHY you want to achieve this goal in the first place? The important questions you should ask yourself now:


    #1 Is it in fact YOUR GOAL? Or is it a goal enforced/encouraged by others in your family/circle? oprah8


    #2 Do you even care to PUT IN THE WORK in order to achieve it or would achieving it not matter either way? oprah8


    #3 Will it have a positive influence on you/your self esteem? Are you doing it for the right reasons? oprah6


    #4 Are there side effects that could result from you attempting to achieve this goal? If so, are you prepared to face them? oprah8


    #5 Are you willing to continue on this path or do you think it's just a "phase" and then you'll be back to basics? Be HONEST with yourself! oprah12







    I will discuss each one of those questions in a bit. But first I want you to close your eyes for 20 seconds and think about that goal of yours then come back to this. oprah11






    So my experience with this topic hasn't been very successful. Throughout my life I hated many stuff about myself, and wanted to change/achieve stuff. Let's just say that for the main part I have yet to change many stuff that I told myself that I would. However, a few times I have worked hard on changing my bad ways and/or learning to do something that I hated/was scared of, and ended up changing for the better. Sometimes even for the WRONG REASONS. 



    A Main thing I wanted to change during the end of my college years was my major fear of public speaking to a group of a people. My case was really bad, I even had panic attacks in the classroom just if I suspected that I MIGHT be asked to speak or give my opinion on something. It's a condition I've had for many years. I'm deathly shy, but not when people speak to me one-on-one or a group of people that I already know. So I had a huge assignment of a public speech I had to give in class or else I wouldn't pass. I had a friend that helped to gather people so I could train plenty of times on giving speeches until I got used to it. I had a vision of me delivering speeches like Martin Luther with conviction and belief in my message, and that I was going to encourage everyone to follow my message. rav2 So I practiced with groups of people repeatedly until I was used to it and when it came time to go live! in the classroom, I was ready and nailed it. It was a great challenge and an even better reward. I'm happy that I've achieved it and conquered my fear. oprah7




    One instance was when I was a bit heavier during my late teen years. I fell in love with someone that I've been talking to for months in a long distance relationship. I decided that I wanted to lose weight, so by the time me and him met, I'd be snatched and ready to have him be slayed by my beauty. rav2  I had a morning workout routine, then in the afternoon I'd burn fat by dancing to whichever song was on the radio/tv. rav2  I achieved my goal and lost 20 Kilos/44 Pounds in 1 month!  It was a huge achievement, but obviously done for ALL the wrong reasons. I don't advise ANYONE to follow that method or that reasoning for weight loss. oprah2






    A major cause for people to self-sabotage when they're doing so good at a new project or a goal is because of loss of #SelfLove. It's not necessarily the case for everyone that self-sabotages, some just don't care about that goal and are just trying to convince themselves that they do. That's why in future entries in the #LoveMyself series I will give tools how how we can all love ourselves to be able to achieve goals and love other people in a healthy manner. oprah7




    Now back to the important questions:




    #1 Is it in fact YOUR GOAL? Or is it a goal enforced/encouraged by others in your family/circle? oprah8

    A main reason why many people trying to lose weight/cut smoking/get off drugs,etc don't succeed is because it never was their goal  to begin with. Obviously, if achieving something is not your idea, you're less likely to put in the work to achieve it. Listen to your gut instinct. You will know who is the force driving the idea behind this "change". 



    #2 Do you even care to PUT IN THE WORK in order to achieve it or would achieving it not matter either way? oprah8

    If you are not willing to put in the work, then why even make that deceleration to yourself? If it is too much work, then why did you make an agreement with yourself that you'd achieve it? It's like asking for a job and the minute that you're hired you sleep at home and miss work and expect your salary at the end of the month and then complain when your account balance is $0.00 oprah8 



    #3 Will it have a positive influence on you/your self esteem? Are you doing it for the right reasons? oprah6

    If it's something that is superficial like plastic surgery or weight-loss (if both are done with the sole intention of pleasing OTHERS) then it will most likely lead to you getting LOWER self esteem than you already have, because you sought out these changes to please others, not for yourself or your physical/mental/emotional health. There might come a time and you might hate yourself for your decisions or have a setback and gain ALL your weight back and possibly get more weight than you initially had. oprah8 




    #4 Are there side effects that could result from you attempting to achieve this goal? If so, are you prepared to face them? oprah8

    If achieving this goal will harm you or cause small physical or mental side effects then you better be prepared to take them on. If not, then you shouldn't aim so high, maybe try to aim a little lower with a different less severe goal? oprah8 




    #5 Are you willing to continue on this path or do you think it's just a "phase" and then you'll be back to basics? Be HONEST with yourself! oprah12

    This is relevant to many of us. We start on the good path to the promise land, then we lose our way halfway though and stumble and fall. It could happen, yes, true, but it also could be US ALLOWING it to happen. @PoisonCandy and @LG6 Pls Be Good mentioned earlier that they had plans on losing weight but never followed through with their plans. As many people, the obviously committed for 2 seconds then got lazy, don't many of us do that tho? Yes. I'm a living, breathing example of just that. But we can all learn from this bit of info right here:




    For any type of change, you must NOT create a new system for you to follow in order to achieve that goal. You must NOT make a schedule of daily exercises! You must NOT change your diet! You must NOT go to the gym 3-4 times a week! You must NOT sign up for a new health program! You must NOT drop a cigarette and quit cold-turkey on the spot! You must NOT have that drastic change in your life! All of this is counterproductive. It all NEVER WORKS! clap1


    The correct way is to induct healthier alternatives in your day to day life. Do not deprive yourself of anything!! Do not excessively workout daily!! What you have to do is dance more and workout less. Make it a FUN ACTIVITY THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH WEIGHT LOSS! Make it a jog with a friend while chatting. Make it an yummy new meal that is - sidebar - also healthy, not a healthy meal that doesn't taste horrible. Make it a REALISTIC LIFESTYLE CHANGE, NOT A NEW REGIME/DIET to achieve a certain goal. clap1  Most successful cases of weight loss and bettering one's health were not done by looking at it as a "diet" with deprivation of certain foods and being forced to work out every minute of every day, most of it is what came in small doses and what can be seen as a "Lifestyle" edit. clap1







    Hopefully this bit of advice can help us and heal us all. oprah7



    If you have additions please post, if you have questions please submit, and if u have topics/questions for future blog entries, please PM me. rav2 



    Thanks for tuning in. rav2  






    Next entry will be a very heavy and serious topic relating to how far people are willing to hurt themselves in life. cry5





    ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: American Horror Story is such a beloved franchise now — is this something you’ve been trying to land for a while?
    JOHN MURDY: We pay a lot of attention to what our fans want to see. Particularly on social media, both Mike and myself actually run our Twitter accounts for Horror Nights, specifically for that fan interaction. And over the years, there’s been this groundswell of, “We want to see American Horror Story.”

    MICHAEL AIELLO: Absolutely. It’s the fans. And the other great thing about the job is that we are at our very core both horror fans as well, so we’re the same fans who are watching that series. So in looking at what’s out there for us to pull from and adapt, AHS was at the top of the list for many years, and the planets aligned this year very conveniently to allow us to be able to feature it both coasts.

    What was the pitch to Ryan Murphy?
    MURDY: When Mike and I first started talking about this show and how we wanted to tackle it, our opinions were very aligned as far as focus, so it was pretty fun to pitch it to Ryan. I think he got right away that both Mike and myself know the show really well, that we had done our homework, that we paid a lot of attention to the fan community. That’s one of the things we always do: You go online and read as much as you possibly can to know what your audience is wanting, and then you research the heck out of it and watch it endlessly. And being that Mike and I are people who scare people for a living, then we try to put it into our world.

    AIELLO: The other really great thing about the pitch…that immediately became instantaneously apparent was how excited Ryan Murphy was that this was being done. We talked through the scenarios in both mazes, and he was immediately very engaged and very excited and had a lot of great input. Not only are we wanting him to understand how we want to adapt the themes, but also getting information from him on ideas and ways to be able to adapt. It was a very great back and forth conversation and that’s sometimes rare.

    MURDY: The first question I always ask, whether it’s a director or producer or head of a network or whatever, is, ‘Have you been to Halloween Horror Nights?’ And luckily throughout the years, the answer is usually yes.

    And was Ryan a fan?
    MURDY: Oh, yeah. I was very happy to find that out.

    How did you land on these three seasons?
    AIELLO: It was an exercise in trying to really key into…some touchstones throughout the gamut of the series. Trying to do all of the seasons at once, in our opinion, would have been a disservice to each one of the installments, because there are so many characters and environments. To narrow it down to three on this occasion, to be able to give each season its worth, so to speak, was definitely a path we wanted to go down.

    MURDY: When you think about it from a guest perspective, two of the choices were really obvious. You want to start at the beginning — Murder House, that’s where everything starts. And you want to end with the most recent season, which is Hotel.

    What was the merit of Freak Show?
    MURDY: Twisty. I mean, it’s convenient that ten percent of the American population has a phobia of clowns. As creators of this content, we study psychology and all of this stuff to find out what our guests are truly afraid of, and we know that a huge percentage of people coming to the event can’t deal with clowns. In my opinion, I think Twisty’s one of the scariest clowns I’ve ever seen.

    AIELLO: Also, in looking at the three installments that we chose, you’ve got two primarily interior-based environments, and Freak Show was able to give us a different palette from a texture standpoint, knowing that there’s the potential for some outdoor-looking environments.

    What are some of the key figures and scenes you knew fans needed to see?
    MURDY: The basement in Murder House — that’s a must.

    AIELLO: Doctor Charles Montgomery, being able to feature him and his experiments. The Infantata is another really dynamic and terrifying character from Murder House.

    MURDY: I’m not even sure what it is, but it scares the heck out of me.

    AIELLO: And also there’s so much visual content, not only what’s in the show but what’s in the marketing materials. In the Orlando maze, we feature Rubber Man and we recreated that key art for that season — that red room that he existed in. Guests are going to walk into that key art and encounter the Rubber Man. To be able to really dive into multiple avenues in which the show is translated for the viewer, not only the episodes themselves but also breaking down the marketing materials.

    MURDY: The Red Room is unique to Orlando. Our version of that in Hollywood was to try to pick up on characters you see in the opening title sequence but don’t see on the show, which is a very fan thing to do. Just an example: I was watching Freak Show and I just kept looking at that crazy monkey with the cymbals. I thought, that’s really creepy. I want to see that thing when I go through our attraction.

    What elements from Hotel will we see?
    MURDY: There’s obviously the Countess. Another thing that works in Hotel but also goes across the seasons, too, is there’s a paranormal quality. There’s a ghost element to the show — Murder House is haunted by the spirits of all these people that had tragic endings there. Freak Show has that element with Mordrake, who comes back with the dead freak show performers that are kind of his ghost entourage. And Hotel is the old Hotel Cortez haunted by all the things that happened there, whether it was the ‘20s or the current day. I like the specific rooms in Hotel. There’s Room 64, which is the first room where things started to go wrong. There’s the creepy nursery where the Countess’ baby is.

    AIELLO: The bed reveal of the individual that was sewn into the bed. We’re creating that as a scare.

    MURDY: Mattress Man!

    What defines the overall aesthetic that links all these installments together?
    MURDY: I kind of grasped onto the idea that every installment of AHShas a Halloween episode. It’s kind of a big deal. So that was one thematic overlay that we laid across all three installments — let’s ground it on Halloween. So when you go into Murder House, it looks like when they’re trick-or-treating. When you go into Freak Show, it’s the night Mordrake appears with his green fog. And when you go into the Hotel, it’s Devil’s Night.

    AIELLO: One main thing when we began our creative was the phrase ‘fever dream.’ That is a palette in which we wanted to create how the guest moves through the environments that…are all housed within this fever dream that is AHS. That was just a phrase of an ideology that we placed on ourselves as a way to tackle at least our first step into how we wanted to create the maze.

    The show’s music must also be a pretty helpful guide for you as well.
    AIELLO: A lot of the performers in our mazes have triggers that they’ll push to elicit a sound effect that accompanies their scare. Being able to break the theme song down into parts and pieces to use as some of the startle moments has been a fun exercise.

    MURDY: You also have to take a step back and say, ‘If somebody has never watched this show, how are they going to understand what’s going on?’ So I’m always mining for little bits of audio that can help tell the story concisely, and an example of that is, Murder House has the Eternal Darkness Bus Tour, where it’s this guy giving a tour of the dark side of L.A., and he conveniently pulls up and goes, ‘And next, Murder House!’ And he tells the brief history of why this house is notorious. That’s a little something I can latch onto right before you go into that section of the attraction. The same thing with Freak Show — there conveniently happens to be a scene early on where there’s a radio and you’re hearing somebody talk about these horrible murders that we know Twisty is committing.

    Be honest: Is there a secret goal at play here to scare Ryan Murphy when he walks through the maze?
    MURDY: [Laughs.] I’ve had this conversation with filmmakers for years. I remember talking to Sean Cunningham, who made the Friday the 13th movies, way back in maybe 2007 when he was going through our maze, and turning to him at the end and going, ‘This must be really surreal to have your creation attacking you.’






















    A full description of the maze along with a large gallery of pictures can be found here.


  12. brit9 I just updated my iTunes, and I decided its time I finally use this abandoned blog to post a mini-review. brit9 

    Okay so let me sort this out. When I updated I expected a just ever so slightly upgraded version of the previous iTunes. Which I completely adored and loved to use. That entire look was gorgeous and just the right amount of simplistic. Award deserving. 

    I was shocked, to say the least, when the update finished less than an hour ago. But actually, when you get the playlist thing out of the way, the main view looks pretty nice. The design is pretty cute, easy to get around. The covers look nicer with slightly sharper and smaller icons and curved corners. Scrolling is faster with a lot of albums. Its generally a lot better to look at than before. 10/10



    But then, there's the issue with the update. The part where they ruined it so much to me wanting to downgrade back to iTunes 12.4. The way you view albums on their own. They destroyed what made tracklist views so stunning. They removed the album cover based colors and background, which shined prominently in iTunes 11, and even more in the previous installments of iTunes 12. They also fucked over people with long album tracklists. I have Complete Season albums of Glee, each with at least 100 songs. It was pretty easy to get through before, when everything was neatly divided into two halves/columns. But now, its just one thing. Plus, they made the album covers way too large in this view and generally caused a design that's unpleasant to look at. 0.1/10



    So basically. There was an epic glo-up, and then there was a flop. That's Apple for you. brit9 I'm gonna downgrade, if anyone cares to join me.