Blogging to Juliet
Treat her like you’re still trying to win her, and that’s how you’ll never lose her.
My blog will make your poop sparkle
My blog will make your poop sparkle
Do you believe in love at first sight?
Anonymous

No. Love grows. You have to water it and feed it tasty cakes.

kittie-tittie:

☠Rock N Roll Baby☠

My blog will make your poop sparkle

"I really want to dedicate this song to the tragedy of last night because we’re all just wandering the Earth trying to find each other. We all just want to have a good time and suck every bit of love we can out of life, and it’s short sometimes and it’s so unfair. And sometimes things happen, I know, it’s like, we just go ‘what’s happening in the world and why is it happening?’ so I think we should take this one moment where we’re having this good time and we just do that thing where we put our phones away and just look at each other right now in this moment. Because when you leave the Earth, nobody’s going to give a fuck what you tweeted. Nobody’s going to care what picture you posted or what you caught. They’re not going to care about how famous I was. They’re going to care about how you leave here on this earth, your footprint. They’re going to care about whose life you saved, the people that you touched. They’re going to care about that one person you told that one little inspiration thing to, and they look back at you and knew they weren’t alone. So be there for each other right now, and when you leave tonight, go home, grab your guitar, grab your piano, and grab a pen and paper, and don’t give up. Don’t let the machine and don’t let technology take you into a place where you don’t belong. Stay right here on Earth, we need you. We need you to have crazy thoughts in your head. We need you to have fucked up dreams. And we need you to fight for them every single day. Don’t not do it because you don’t think it’ll ever happen. Don’t think it can’t happen because I can. I promise you. It’s happening to me right now. So just wander to Earth and spread all the compassion and love you can with every song you write, every film you make, and every bit of art you leave. Just fucking do it and you’ll be happy, I promise."


Not sorry

"I really want to dedicate this song to the tragedy of last night because we’re all just wandering the Earth trying to find each other. We all just want to have a good time and suck every bit of love we can out of life, and it’s short sometimes and it’s so unfair. And sometimes things happen, I know, it’s like, we just go ‘what’s happening in the world and why is it happening?’ so I think we should take this one moment where we’re having this good time and we just do that thing where we put our phones away and just look at each other right now in this moment. Because when you leave the Earth, nobody’s going to give a fuck what you tweeted. Nobody’s going to care what picture you posted or what you caught. They’re not going to care about how famous I was. They’re going to care about how you leave here on this earth, your footprint. They’re going to care about whose life you saved, the people that you touched. They’re going to care about that one person you told that one little inspiration thing to, and they look back at you and knew they weren’t alone. So be there for each other right now, and when you leave tonight, go home, grab your guitar, grab your piano, and grab a pen and paper, and don’t give up. Don’t let the machine and don’t let technology take you into a place where you don’t belong. Stay right here on Earth, we need you. We need you to have crazy thoughts in your head. We need you to have fucked up dreams. And we need you to fight for them every single day. Don’t not do it because you don’t think it’ll ever happen. Don’t think it can’t happen because I can. I promise you. It’s happening to me right now. So just wander to Earth and spread all the compassion and love you can with every song you write, every film you make, and every bit of art you leave. Just fucking do it and you’ll be happy, I promise."

Not sorry

ensi-fenix:

WHY IS NOBODY TALKING ABOUT R*A*P*E?
By now many have seen or of heard of Lady Gaga’s infamous SXSW performance featuring puke artist Millie Brown. But I suspect those fixated on the shock value of vomit are missing the point of the entire performance.
The track Swine, as Gaga said herself, is about “rape and rage”. It’s about the awful things that have happened to her during her pursuit of “The Fame” (or “The Lie”). While she hasn’t come right out and said it or accused anyone in particular, those who paid attention for the last few years may have picked up on the trauma, whether self-inflicted or otherwise. For instance, 2011’s video for Marry the Night finally addressed the drug-fueled breakdown she had after being dropped from her first label, even suggesting she may have miscarried as a consequence. Since ARTPOP was released, Gaga has been vocally critical of the recording industry that finds talents and squeezes as much money from it without regards to artistic integrity or human fragility. Then again, I figured they would start yanking on the leash once she wasn’t able to sell as much. The industry only allows artists to be as “creative” as they want so long as it brings in the cash.
But it was her remarks about what it’s like for women in the music industry that were an unsettling reminder - the misogyny, the hands on thighs, sitting on laps…things most male artists probably will never have to deal with. She admitted she did things she’s not proud of, to do whatever it took to advance her career. Yes, she’s made her own decisions and must deal with the consequences of her actions. But I think it further proves the systematic problems that all women deal with. It doesn’t matter how talented or smart a woman is, there is always someone reminding her to get back in the kitchen, that she’s of lesser value, or she’s worth nothing. An object for others to do with as they please.
I’m sorry so many were offended by it. I’m sorry there was no “trigger warning” but that’s Life. It seldom gives you a heads up. And yet I find it ironic that we are subjected to near constant depictions of violence on TV, in movies and video games. But the moment a woman throws up, it shakes the very foundations of the Internet. Blood and gore, violence against women and children, even rape jokes (I’m looking at you, Seth McFarlane) are fine. But a woman expressing a painful issue - that many can, unfortunately, relate to - is deemed inappropriate and offensive.
Swine is about RAPE.
It’s not about bulimia*
It’s about the trauma a person lives with. The deceptively upbeat track is like the facade a victim puts up. Perhaps they can deny the experience if they put on a mask, make it seem like things are OK when they’re really in turmoil. Rape is a subject that isn’t taken seriously enough. It’s frightfully appalling how ignorant people are on the subject. It never ceases to amaze me how people don’t know when the line is crossed, what actually constitutes rape or that it isn’t really about sex but power over another.
It’s disturbing to know so many famous women have endured the trauma - hell, that ANY WOMAN OR MAN has endured it. I nearly cried as I listened to Fran Drescher recount her horrible experience when she and her female friend were raped at gunpoint as her husband was tied up and forced to talk to his mother on the phone during the entire incident. Rape doesn’t happen to “bag girls” or “bad boys”. Rape is an assault against another’s mind, body and soul. It happens to the rich, the poor, every race, religion and gender.
And we really need to start taking it seriously.
I’m not telling people they’re wrong for being disgusted or disturbed by the performance. It’s just that there are so many people jumping on the “Gaga glamorizes eating disorders” bandwagon that the point is missed entirely. Could she have not used Millie? Sure? Could she had just poured paint on herself? Yeah. But I don’t think it would’ve had the same visceral impact. Because, like it or not, it made you feel something and I suspect many of you didn’t want to feel anything other than what you already wanted to. I, for one, think that is the mission of art. To provoke a reaction, to make you think and to get people talking. The last artist that was able to do that, for me, was Marilyn Manson. But that’s a whole other discussion.
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* During The Monster Ball tour, from 2009-2011, there was a video interlude played at every date of the show. Created by Nick Knight, it was the first instance of Millie Brown vomiting on Gaga. But that time it was about bulimia. However, despite the sparkling projectile puke, it was a satire on the nature of “beauty”. Especially the unrealistic standards to which women are held and the lengths at which they go to to achieve that “perfect” look. In order to be “beautiful” they must hurt themselves, literally making themselves sick for the approval of others. The fashion/beauty industry helps to glamorize eating disorders.
Gaga has also admitted to dealing with bulimia and it’s even referenced in the Marry The Night video.


I’m sorry but I need to bookmark this by reblogging it in gaga’s name amen

ensi-fenix:

WHY IS NOBODY TALKING ABOUT R*A*P*E?

By now many have seen or of heard of Lady Gaga’s infamous SXSW performance featuring puke artist Millie Brown. But I suspect those fixated on the shock value of vomit are missing the point of the entire performance.

The track Swine, as Gaga said herself, is about “rape and rage”. It’s about the awful things that have happened to her during her pursuit of “The Fame” (or “The Lie”). While she hasn’t come right out and said it or accused anyone in particular, those who paid attention for the last few years may have picked up on the trauma, whether self-inflicted or otherwise. For instance, 2011’s video for Marry the Night finally addressed the drug-fueled breakdown she had after being dropped from her first label, even suggesting she may have miscarried as a consequence. Since ARTPOP was released, Gaga has been vocally critical of the recording industry that finds talents and squeezes as much money from it without regards to artistic integrity or human fragility. Then again, I figured they would start yanking on the leash once she wasn’t able to sell as much. The industry only allows artists to be as “creative” as they want so long as it brings in the cash.

But it was her remarks about what it’s like for women in the music industry that were an unsettling reminder - the misogyny, the hands on thighs, sitting on laps…things most male artists probably will never have to deal with. She admitted she did things she’s not proud of, to do whatever it took to advance her career. Yes, she’s made her own decisions and must deal with the consequences of her actions. But I think it further proves the systematic problems that all women deal with. It doesn’t matter how talented or smart a woman is, there is always someone reminding her to get back in the kitchen, that she’s of lesser value, or she’s worth nothing. An object for others to do with as they please.

I’m sorry so many were offended by it. I’m sorry there was no “trigger warning” but that’s Life. It seldom gives you a heads up. And yet I find it ironic that we are subjected to near constant depictions of violence on TV, in movies and video games. But the moment a woman throws up, it shakes the very foundations of the Internet. Blood and gore, violence against women and children, even rape jokes (I’m looking at you, Seth McFarlane) are fine. But a woman expressing a painful issue - that many can, unfortunately, relate to - is deemed inappropriate and offensive.

Swine is about RAPE.

It’s not about bulimia*

It’s about the trauma a person lives with. The deceptively upbeat track is like the facade a victim puts up. Perhaps they can deny the experience if they put on a mask, make it seem like things are OK when they’re really in turmoil. Rape is a subject that isn’t taken seriously enough. It’s frightfully appalling how ignorant people are on the subject. It never ceases to amaze me how people don’t know when the line is crossed, what actually constitutes rape or that it isn’t really about sex but power over another.

It’s disturbing to know so many famous women have endured the trauma - hell, that ANY WOMAN OR MAN has endured it. I nearly cried as I listened to Fran Drescher recount her horrible experience when she and her female friend were raped at gunpoint as her husband was tied up and forced to talk to his mother on the phone during the entire incident. Rape doesn’t happen to “bag girls” or “bad boys”. Rape is an assault against another’s mind, body and soul. It happens to the rich, the poor, every race, religion and gender.

And we really need to start taking it seriously.

I’m not telling people they’re wrong for being disgusted or disturbed by the performance. It’s just that there are so many people jumping on the “Gaga glamorizes eating disorders” bandwagon that the point is missed entirely. Could she have not used Millie? Sure? Could she had just poured paint on herself? Yeah. But I don’t think it would’ve had the same visceral impact. Because, like it or not, it made you feel something and I suspect many of you didn’t want to feel anything other than what you already wanted to. I, for one, think that is the mission of art. To provoke a reaction, to make you think and to get people talking. The last artist that was able to do that, for me, was Marilyn Manson. But that’s a whole other discussion.

————————————————————————-

* During The Monster Ball tour, from 2009-2011, there was a video interlude played at every date of the show. Created by Nick Knight, it was the first instance of Millie Brown vomiting on Gaga. But that time it was about bulimia. However, despite the sparkling projectile puke, it was a satire on the nature of “beauty”. Especially the unrealistic standards to which women are held and the lengths at which they go to to achieve that “perfect” look. In order to be “beautiful” they must hurt themselves, literally making themselves sick for the approval of others. The fashion/beauty industry helps to glamorize eating disorders.

Gaga has also admitted to dealing with bulimia and it’s even referenced in the Marry The Night video.

I’m sorry but I need to bookmark this by reblogging it in gaga’s name amen

My blog will make your poop sparkle
How are you?
Anonymous

Swell how are you

What is something that makes you smile?
Anonymous

Morgan

Edit: when my poop sparkles

crucifyd:

I am interested in horrific things like sex and suicide and cigarettes.

beinginlovewithaprincess:

Travel the world with me
To places you’ve only dreamed of
Journey to a life you’ve never had
Hold my hand and let the happiness last
Pull me close and let all troubles pass
Travel through galaxies with me
Watch the stars shine almost as bright as you
Let their beauty hypnotize you
Just as yours does to me
Escape to a paradise called love
A place I plan to build a life from
A life I pan to spend with you
A fantasy I dream of coming true

beinginlovewithaprincess:

Travel the world with me

To places you’ve only dreamed of

Journey to a life you’ve never had

Hold my hand and let the happiness last

Pull me close and let all troubles pass

Travel through galaxies with me

Watch the stars shine almost as bright as you

Let their beauty hypnotize you

Just as yours does to me

Escape to a paradise called love

A place I plan to build a life from

A life I pan to spend with you

A fantasy I dream of coming true

beinginlovewithaprincess:

whoregan-baby:

2fab4u

Dont judge me plz

beinginlovewithaprincess:

whoregan-baby:

2fab4u

Dont judge me plz

beinginlovewithaprincess:

"Beginning today treat everyone you meet as if they were going to be dead by midnight. Extend to them all the kindness, care, and understanding you can muster. Do it without any thought of reward" 
-movie theater bathroom stall

beinginlovewithaprincess:

"Beginning today treat everyone you meet as if they were going to be dead by midnight. Extend to them all the kindness, care, and understanding you can muster. Do it without any thought of reward"
-movie theater bathroom stall