If not for you, my sky would fall, rain would gather too
Without your love I'd be nowhere at all
Oh what would I do if not for you ?

 

sextective:

I was going to caption this “Now, look at the gifs again and pretend that one of them is a woman”, but after a second thought I figured someone would be offended or something similar so I decided against it. I don’t really need to prove anything since it’s kind of obvious already, just take a look for yourself and I dare you to convince me that these two boys aren’t madly in love with each other. It’s just that I don’t think either of them realizes that what they feel is love, but hopefully they’ll figure it out eventually.

The only point I’m trying to make, is that this is not the way someone behaves with or looks at their brother (in bond or in blood).

(Source: sextective)

beatleshistory:

April 17, 1964

We just filmed a really fun dancing scene at Les Ambassadeurs. It was more of us having a laugh than acting.

-Paul

giggly-kitkats:

Mayim Bialik for the No1Nowhere campaign to end violence against women globally.

giggly-kitkats:

Mayim Bialik for the No1Nowhere campaign to end violence against women globally.

nirvananews:

"The first time we played together, it was like seeing a ghost. The second time, it was a little more reserved. And the last time we played it was like that fucking Demi Moore/Patrick Swayze pottery wheel scene from Ghost. We usually got the song by the third take. It started to sound like Nirvana. Our road crew and some friends were in the room when we launched into ‘Scentless Apprentice’ for the first time. There were jaws on the floor. I hadn’t played in that band in 20 years, and hearing what it sounded like when we played ‘Scentless Apprentice’ legitimized it for me. I’d almost forgotten what it was like to be in a room full of Nirvana. That first day back really legitimized it. I was like, ‘Oh, that’s right! We sounded like this, and that’s why people paid attention. Oh, okay!’ It wasn’t just the book and the movie and the Behind The Music. It was the sound in a room, like this, that makes people go, ‘What the fuck?’ It was pretty fuckin’ great. We began with Krist, Pat and I just getting our stuff together, and then Kim came by and then Joan." - Dave Grohl on the Nirvana rehearsals for Rock Hall, 2014.

nirvananews:

"The first time we played together, it was like seeing a ghost. The second time, it was a little more reserved. And the last time we played it was like that fucking Demi Moore/Patrick Swayze pottery wheel scene from Ghost. We usually got the song by the third take. It started to sound like Nirvana. Our road crew and some friends were in the room when we launched into ‘Scentless Apprentice’ for the first time. There were jaws on the floor. I hadn’t played in that band in 20 years, and hearing what it sounded like when we played ‘Scentless Apprentice’ legitimized it for me. I’d almost forgotten what it was like to be in a room full of Nirvana. That first day back really legitimized it. I was like, ‘Oh, that’s right! We sounded like this, and that’s why people paid attention. Oh, okay!’ It wasn’t just the book and the movie and the Behind The Music. It was the sound in a room, like this, that makes people go, ‘What the fuck?’ It was pretty fuckin’ great. We began with Krist, Pat and I just getting our stuff together, and then Kim came by and then Joan." - Dave Grohl on the Nirvana rehearsals for Rock Hall, 2014.