I Wanna Get Me A Little Oblivion, Baby

Fannish Fun From Room 7609

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lifeastoldbygingerr asked: Imagine Sam and Bucky going grocery shopping and Bucky getting excited over all of the food that he's missed out on over the years

imaginebucky:

Sam films him the entire time they’re shopping, then makes an incredibly popular youtube video called “Old Man Yells at Food”. Popular quotes include: 

"Quinoa. How the fuck do you pronounce this?" 

"Marshmallow fluff in a jar. I’ve seen everything now. What do you even put this on? It doesn’t matter, it’s going on everything." 

"Baconnaise. I can’t decide if this is the exact opposite of what I died for, or the perfect example of it." 

"I’m going to live in this cheese aisle for the rest of my life." 

"Sometimes I feel like you don’t appreciate granola properly." 

"Wait, I’m confused, is yogurt a desert now or not?" 

"It’s HOW MUCH??" 

"Everything’s ‘instant’ now, instant coffee, instant soup, instant noodles. That has to be false advertising." 

"Sam, seriously, I think these price tags have to be wrong." 

"Mini bagel pizzas. This is heaven, isn’t it? I died and God- uh, Thor’s dad or somebody felt sorry for me so they let me into heaven." 

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I just saw Guardians of the Galaxy and it was exactly as amazing as I thought it would be! That stinger is beyond awesome, so stay to the very end. Who am I kidding, though, everyone I know on here who is seeing this film is a long time Marvel fan so y’all know never to leave before the very end. 

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coolchicksfromhistory:

Tibors de Sarenom, 12th century
Art by Michelle Dee (tumblr, deviant art)
Tibors or Tiburge de Sarenom is the earliest know trobairitz or female troubadour.  Troubadours were medieval poet-musicians from Occitania, a region encompassing southern France as well as parts of Italy and Spain.  Troubadours composed secular ballads in Occitan, a Romance language native to the area.  Their poems could be intellectual, humorous, and even vulgar, but most focused on courtly love.
Many troubadours came from highborn families.  Tibors was the daughter of Guilhem d’Omelas and Tibors d’Aurenga, two nobles from southern France.  Her younger brother, Raimbaut d’Orange, was also a troubadour.  Tibors married twice and had three sons, one whom became a troubadour. 
Only a single stanza of Tibors work has survived:

Fair, sweet friend, I can truly tell you
I have never been without desire
since I met you and took you as a true lover,
nor has it happened that I lack the wish,
my fair sweet friend, to see you often,
nor has the season come when I repented,
nor has it happened, if you went off angry, 
nor that I knew joy until you had returned,
nor…
(Source: Songs of the Women Troubadours)

coolchicksfromhistory:

Tibors de Sarenom, 12th century

Art by Michelle Dee (tumblr, deviant art)

Tibors or Tiburge de Sarenom is the earliest know trobairitz or female troubadour.  Troubadours were medieval poet-musicians from Occitania, a region encompassing southern France as well as parts of Italy and Spain.  Troubadours composed secular ballads in Occitan, a Romance language native to the area.  Their poems could be intellectual, humorous, and even vulgar, but most focused on courtly love.

Many troubadours came from highborn families.  Tibors was the daughter of Guilhem d’Omelas and Tibors d’Aurenga, two nobles from southern France.  Her younger brother, Raimbaut d’Orange, was also a troubadour.  Tibors married twice and had three sons, one whom became a troubadour. 

Only a single stanza of Tibors work has survived:

Fair, sweet friend, I can truly tell you

I have never been without desire

since I met you and took you as a true lover,

nor has it happened that I lack the wish,

my fair sweet friend, to see you often,

nor has the season come when I repented,

nor has it happened, if you went off angry,

nor that I knew joy until you had returned,

nor…

(Source: Songs of the Women Troubadours)