Space puppet fleeing from its master

There is another world (by Holynights Claudia)

"Then, one stupid person, no different from any other stupid person, wanders into your stupid life…you give them a piece of you. They don’t ask for it. They do something dumb one day like kiss you or smile at you, and then your life isn’t your own anymore."

Neil Gaiman, The Sandman, Vol. 9: The Kindly Ones (via hqlines)



When women used to be depressed or were not “taking care of their men” properly their husbands could send them to the psych ward for attitude adjustments. This was part of conditioning them to always wear a smile. They believed that if a woman saw herself smiling that it would become natural practice and that she would be “cured”. This often went along with shock therapies.

This gives a whole new level of creepiness to when random men tell you to smile.


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Daft Punk interview from The Face, Dec.97

Where go the couples when they’re going to pass a romantic week-end in Paris?
Thomas: I would advise them to go near the place we’re living, near Montmartre, because it’s nice. But, as Paris is a beautiful city, there’s a lot of things to see: Le Pont Neuf, la Place du Tertre, le Marais, les quais de la Seine… The only problem is the number of cars and the resulting pollution. At least, in Montmartre, because of the little streets, the bus can’t pass and we’re above the gas layer.
Will the arrival of the single European currency make your life easier?
Guy-Manuel: Yes, because it happens that we go on tour in Belgium, then in Holland before go in Germany… At the moment, we juggle with the different currency.
Thomas: We are for Europe. We have a society of discs production in France, another one in England, which would been impossible if the European market didn’t exist.
How do you feel the England’s attitude relative to Europe and the European community?
Thomas: We’ve felt a negative reaction at the moment of the Channel Tunnel’s overture. We felt that certain persons wanted England to stay an island. It’s true that the big number of french in London really should annoyed them.
Which is the town that swings the most, Paris or London, or neither one nor the other?
Guy-Manuel: By default, London. Paris swings not really! But we prefer Glasgow or Dublin. Paris and London stay capitals where people are quite snobs. In Dublin or Glasgow, they are clearly more naturals.
What is your favorite joke?
Thomas: It’s a bit long… It’s a parrot in a bar that cries constantly: “I want coke”. The customers complain and the bartender ask him to shut up. He stops a moment and restarts: “I want coke”. The bartender is tired and starts to be annoyed but the parrot continues. The bartender threatens to crucified him as the Christ hung on the wall. The parrot restarts: “I want coke.” The bartender, infuriated, crucifies him. Jesus says to the parrot: “You also wanted coke?”
I go in paris for a day. What are the three places that Daft Punk would advise me to don’t miss?
Thomas and Guy-Manuel: It must be a Wednesday for allows you to go to the Respect, the club on the Champs-Elysées that is in the Queen. In this way you’ll also see the Champs… Before, you could maybe go to the cinema because Paris is the city of cinema. In St Michel, in the Latin quarter for example, you could see an old movie. Of course, go on the Arc de Triomphe or on the Eiffel Tower is also a good idea. Visit the Louvre is also not a bad idea.
Who’s dancing best? French or English? 
Guy-Manuel: French and English. (In french there’s “français” (male) or “française” (female), same for English: “anglais” (male) and “anglaises” (female). Here Guy-Man say both “Françaises et Anglaises” while that in the question it was “Français ou Anglais?”)
You prefer the term drum’n’bass or jungle?
Guy-Manuel: Drum’n’bass. It’s more stylish. It’s also more explicative than jungle, that sound a little ethnique.
Do you considering to make a speed garage disc?
Thomas: It must stop with this appellation of speed garage! In sum, these are remixes from Armand Van Helden. There, we really fall in the cliché and, this time, it’s even not the journalists’s fault, rather the fault of the musicians who do nothing original. The first time I saw the term speed garage, I thought it would be some the garage speed, which might be also good to do. The term speed garage, more than the musique itself, is the shame of the latest fashion.
Among your innovative videos - “Da Funk,” “Around The World” or “Burnin ‘” - which have won prizes, which one do you prefer, and why?
Thomas:  We love them all. We pass a lot of time to prepare them and our society products them directly. We particularly love mix images and music.
Roger Sanchez currently remixes your next single, “Revolution 909”. Do you have other collaborations coming up?
Thomas: We can’t talk about collaborations strictly speaking. There’s a lot of tracks from the album that have been remixed by different persons that we appreciate: Basement Jaxx, DJ Snake, Todd Terry, Armand Van Helden, Slam, Masters At Work, Motorbass… A collection of remixes will probably be released soon.
Do you imagine one day to use a MC ragga or a rapper or even strings like The Verve or Embrace?
Thomas: We don’t know Embrace and we only know the “Bitter Symphony” of The Verve. Otherwise, we must see. Each track is different. We’re not against ragga voices or strings. We’re completely open to a lot of other things
For a lot of people, “Homework” is the album of the year. Which is yours?
Thomas: We rather listen to single tracks than albums. After reflexion, we choose “Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems” from Notorious Big.
Who’s your favorite Spice Girl, or are they all plastic barbie dolls?
Guy-manuel: We’re too afraid of the repercussions because our contract with Virgin states that we don’t have the right to take a stand! We don’t want to make jealous, but we each have our favorite …
How Daft Punk spends a night out?
Guy-Manuel: In a good club listening good music. Regardless of where we are, we get informations to find the good plans.
Have you ever watched ‘Allo’ Allo?
Thomas: 'Allo 'Allo? What is it?
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