kira, female, 20, vancouver island
yet another stupid fandom blog

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(Source: stepoutwithme)

there’s a little girl lost out in the woods
with cherry red lips 
and sick on her boots
honey, i’m sorry i kissed another boy
'cause honey i just needed to be loved
and honey, i can’t live without your love

(Source: ellenfanshaw)


You came uninvited with a jar of your parent’s honey.

(Source: dicktiers)



This song is about two super colliders, the famous LHC in Europe and the terribly tragic defunct Superconducting Supercollider in Texas.  Hope the chorus gets stuck in your head FOREVER!  Song inspired by Designations Congruent with Things.

Music written and performed by me.  Lyrics by cleanwhiteroom.  Mastered by elementals.  Coverart by narcomanic.  Idea for the round at the end courtesy of CWR.

As always, song can be listened to and downloaded on my Bandcamp page.  Also, my Bandcamp only has a few remaining free downloads.  Get them while you still can!  Do NOT pay for them.  If you want to download wait until 3/12 when more free downloads will become available.  Otherwise, you can stream the song for free there or at cleanwhiteroom’s new website!  

Reblogging this masterfulness because the new Designations chapter has finally been released.  Sorry about the delay, people.  The real culprit is real life but I vastly prefer to blame the Supercos because it allows me to feel cool[er than I am].  So much lyric writing.  So little time for fiction writing.  Yes.  That’s it.  That’s why this chapter took so long.  

(Source: song-masher)

Did she make your heart beat faster than I could?

Did she give you what you hoped for? 

Still alive, who you love..


(Source: queenjoanholloway)

Sigur Rós cover The Rains of Castamere for Season 4 of HBO’s Game Of Thrones

And so he spoke, and so he spoke,
that Lord of Castamere,
But now the rains weep o’er his hall,
with no one there to hear.
Yes now the rains weep o’er his hall,
and not a soul to hear.

(Source: birdfingers)

Things fall apart
The center cannot hold