Ginger's Are Amazing

Hello My name is redhairedfox; I'm a ginger, bookworm and currently a college student at Oakland University, Michigan. I post/reblog mostly things related to: anime, musicals, books, games, etc. if you want to see my complete list go to 'tags'.


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Reblogged from sernacht

sernacht:

So, I was in the car today and saw someone with the license plate “X0DUS3 5”, so I thought it was like Exodus 3:5 and I looked it up, and do you know what it said?

"Do not come any closer."

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Reblogged from challengerapproaching

challengerapproaching:

A collection of Masahiro Sakurai’s OTPs. In case you were curious.

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Reblogged from thebestofkorra

thebestofkorra:

I feel really terrible for Bryke right now

They put WAY too much honest hard work into this series to have it treated like this. I can’t even begin to imagine how awful that’s gotta feel to watch your creation to get thrown around like that.

I wish I was going but I’m not but to everyone who’s going to comic con please please please show your appreciation for Bryke and what they’ve given us. They need to know how much we appreciate the work they’ve put into making LOK the amazing series it is.

Ultimately it’s not their fault Nickelodeon is doing this and while Nickelodeon may treat Korra like crap we won’t and Bryke needs to be reassured that we, the fandom, love Korra immensely.

So everybody cosplay to the fullest extent possible and cheer as loudly as you can and the rest of us who can’t make it will cheer with you in spirit.

And send back updates on what’s happening please

(via pulpofiction)

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Reblogged from the-poe-catcher

the-poe-catcher:

"Do you know the fate of his mother?... Her welfare consumes him. He has been mumbling deliriously about her almost constantly..."

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Reblogged from avatarparallels

avatarparallels:

RIP Bosco the Bear.

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Reblogged from papa-erwin

jean-huh-kirschnickerdoodle:

papa-erwin:

excuse me sir but——

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Reblogged from oh-totoro

Regarding Ghibli’s supposed “queerbaiting”…

oh-totoro:

…in the trailer for When Marnie Was There. Please realise that this is a JAPANESE trailer aimed at Japanese people. The trailer is NOT in English, it is NOT intended for western audiences. A lot of westerners have watched a trailer that is not aimed at them, and have applied their western culture and perceptions to it and come up with what appears to be a romantic relationship between Marnie and Anna. Japanese culture is VERY different, and the things you see in the trailer between Marnie and Anna would be considered entirely normal and not the least bit romantic in Japanese culture. So to say that this trailer, that was not made for western viewing, is “queerbaiting” is entirely unfair. Step outside of your own culture for just one moment and realise that this world has many cultures, and many with vastly different perceptions and norms to your own.

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Reblogged from marksbirch

marksbirch:

NEW YEAR’S EVE: New York, New York by Frank Sinatra & Tony Bennett - What else to end the year with than one of the greatest songs ever created for the greatest city on Earth.  The Fred Ebb and John Kander tune written for the Scorsese film appropriately enough called New York, New York became a big hit for Liza Minnelli, who sang it for the film and performed it on various recordings.  But it was Frank Sinatra that made it famous in his 1980 album Trilogy: Past Present Future, forever associating our city with this beloved anthem.

By 1993, Sinatra was in poor health but surprised everyone by returning to the studio for his album Duets.  His voice is not in the best shape, but this rendition of New York with Tony Bennett is perhaps my favorite and the one I find most endearing.  Have a Happy New Year and see you in 2014!

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Reblogged from wildestagram

wildestagram:

THIS IS THE INTRO OF MY STEVE/BUCKY FIC I’M REALLY EXCITED FOR IT. it is VERY slow work but I really like it so far and there’s no real plot yet just a lot of words SORRY!!!!

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allsoundsasscreed:

Captain Kidd

O, my name was Captain Kidd,
As I sailed, as I sailed,
O, my name was Captain Kidd,
As I sailed.

My name was Captain Kidd
And God’s laws I did forbid,
And so wickedly I did
as I sailed, as I sailed.
So wickedly I did
as I sailed.

I murdered William Moore,
as I sailed, as I sailed
O, I murdered William Moore
as I sailed.

I laid him in his gore,
Not many leagues from the shore,
O, I murdered William Moore,
As I sailed, as I sailed.
I murdered William Moore
as I sailed.

I spied three ships from Spain
as I sailed, as I sailed,
O, I spied three ships from Spain
as I sailed.

I spied three ships from Spain,
and I fired on them a-main,
And most of them I slain,
as I sailed, as I sailed.
And most of them I slain
as I sailed.

Come all you young and old,
see me die, see me die.
Come all you young and old,
see me die.

You are welcome to my goal,
And by it I lost my soul
Come all you young and old,
I must die, I must die.
Come all you young and old,
I must die.

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Reblogged from allsoundsasscreed

allsoundsasscreed:

Instrumental Version of “The Parting Glass” (Tavern Version)

Original Tavern Version of this song is found here.

Anne Bonny’s Version is found here.

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Reblogged from allsoundsasscreed

allsoundsasscreed:

"William Taylor" (Lyrics by LyricsFreak)

William Taylor was a brisk young sailor
Full of heart and full of play 
Until he did his mind uncover 
To a youthful lady gay 

Four and twenty British sailors 
Met him on the king’s highway 
As he went for to be married 
Pressed he was and sent away

Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 
Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae 
Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 
Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae 

Sailor’s clothing she put on 
And she went board a man-o-war 
Her pretty little fingers long and slender 
They were smeared with pitch and tar 

On that ship there was a battle 
She amongst the rest did fight 
The wind blew off her silver buttons 
Breasts were bared all snowy white 

Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 
Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae 
Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 
Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae 

When the captain did discover 
He said “Fair maid, what brought you here?” 
"Sir, I’m seeking William Taylor. 
Pressed he was by you last year!” 

If you rise up in the morning 
Early at the break of day 
There you’ll spy young William Taylor 
Walking with his lady gay 

Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 
Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae 
Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 
Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae 

She rose early in the morning 
Early at the break of day 
There she spied young William Taylor 
Walking with his lady gay 

She procured a pair of pistols 
On the ground where she did stand 
There she shot poor William Taylor 
And the lady at his right hand

Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 
Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae 
Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 
Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae