distraction:

HOW IS IT ALMOST AUGUST ALREADY SUMMER JUST STARTED

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100 Days of Music (Day 4)
 ↳"Fred Astaire" by San Cisco
And God knows,
That it's a common misconception
That I'm the only one for you.

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vinegod:

DID HE FIND THEM?!?! by Gio Volpe

IM NOT GOING THROUGH THIS AGAIN

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doctorkongx:

IF I COULD FIND YOU NOW THINGS WOULD GET BETTERRRRRRRRR
WE COULD LEAVE THIS TOWN AND RUN FOREVERRRRRR
I KNOW SOME WHERE SOME HOW WE’LL BE TOGETHERRRRR
LET YOUR WAVES CRASH DOWN ON ME AND TAKE ME
AWAYYYY EEEEE YEAHHHH EEEE YEAHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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Outside shows where everyone is gay, such characters are almost never the protagonist, and Kieren, more rarely still, is canonically bisexual. Beside an ambiguous connection with undead bon vivant Amy, both his romantic interests have been men to date, but Mitchell – understanding perhaps that same-sex pairings are for some of us the default – doesn’t bend over backwards to shoehorn a straight encounter in. His lead’s bisexuality doesn’t need to be proven, and is superbly handled, neither fetishised nor sensational. Kieren isn’t another gender-blind sex fiend like Jack Harkness, Oberyn Martell or Sherlock‘s Irene Adler, nor a depraved Bad Bisexual like Tony Stonem, Faith or John Hart. In fact, his quietness makes him one of television’s first bi characters to have the texture of a real person.

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toecruise:

i have more followers than people at my school

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chesqin:

i call this one…………… bold and ash

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More like belongs in the trash

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