Gaby's Mind

Whatever happens to be running through my silly brain

guy:

wanderingthelibrary:

guy:

which way is the appropriate way to eat a popsicle in front of your parents

Step One: come in slow and tease

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Let the popsicle know how much you love ‘em and you’re parents will approve of this technique too, so take it slow and let your lips brush it to get the feel

Step Two: Go FAST SO FASt

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Don’t be afraid to show the popsicle you know how to have a good time and you’re parents well, the do seem like watchers if they were observing in the first place

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(Source: guy, via bigbagoflittledonuts)

Paprika

—Parade

riningear:

goddamnitriot:

riningear:

goddamnitriot:

You can not write the word “ignorance”. The future is on sale.

Push aside and laugh at the karmic tale saying it’s superstition.

the “glitchy” part in the beginning is why i’m alive

it’s “glitchy” because it uses a voice-synthesizer called vocaloid. not, like, autotune, but think of a MIDI library with vocals instead of instruments. 

this library is “vocaloid leon,” and this version of the software is a direct predecessor to the popular program, “vocaloid 2” which featured now-fictional-idol hatsune miku (which came out a year after this movie/soundtrack)

in other words, susuru hirasawa, the composer of the soundtrack, was way ahead of his time, which adds to the ridiculously ahead-of-its-time vibe of the movie and it’s just really really great

it’s actually really funny that he was using Leon, i had /no/ idea it was him, and now that i’m listening to it, it really /does/ sound like leon

now i love this track even more

dude that was like half the reason I watched this movie, I was like “okay the composer uses old shitty vocaloid voicebanks, and everyone still seems to love the soundtrack and movie, I should give it a try” 

my expectations were met 

(Source: thegaathing, via lover-of-lunatics)