My name's Meliya. That's pronounced like mah-lee-yuh. Well, I like things and such so I reblog a lot of different things but I am very diligent with tagging- feel free to blacklist the things you don't like... and I guess that's it.

 

asapscience:

How a trumpet works. 
A trumpet can play seven different notes with its three valves. Key changes are dependent on the position of the player’s mouth. via Reddit

asapscience:

How a trumpet works. 

A trumpet can play seven different notes with its three valves. Key changes are dependent on the position of the player’s mouth. 

via Reddit

meisterful:

drochfaol:

ryancrobert:

sexybritishllama:

no cough syrup

you are not ‘grape flavoured’

have you ever tasted a grape

you taste like death and the tears of small children

not fucking grape

wow what a surprise another cis-gendered white upper-middle class american male telling someone what they can and cannot identify as. why don’t you go fuck yourself

#i can no longer tell what is and isn’t a joke on tumblr any more

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electrickupcake:

k1mkardashian:

ariana grande reminds me of the annoying girl at school with mediocre vocals that always gets asked to sing the national anthem or something for school events 

I can think of someone at my school.

asylum-art:

Meghan Howland

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The story of Meghan Howland‘s oil paintings are quiet like a secret.  Her work captures understated dreamy scenes.  A confusion of birds, hidden faces, a scarf that may or may not be choking its wearer – her work at once is lighthearted and hints at a darker undercurrent.
Her gallery relates, “Her paintings are often dreamlike, and yet carry a weight of something that is slightly more dissonant. The question of whether something is safe or dangerous, loving or hateful, is often unexplained in her work.”

A snapshot quality to the image, fill flash like lighting, lends the paintings the characteristic of a caught instant.  However, her painterly hand stretches the moment.  While definitely working a contemporary aesthetic, Howland’s paintings are at times reminiscent of Degas’ style and palette.