thegreatestdenier:

I was most excited for this song to be released, and then was very underwhelmed by the original song…

So I sped it up a bit and changed some things around and am happier with this version. Let me know what you think

edgeofpanda:

{sorry for writing another mini-essay on another on of your posts, somedayinjakarta}

I know both this post and the gifset itself is a bit of a reach, but it really brings into perspective the significance of Marry the Night's themes on retrospect and the discrepancy between reality and perceived reality via fantastical and artistic retrospect.

This particular example of reflection (via disco ball aye) is just one of a few detailing Marry the Night's use of Gaga reinterpreting her own work, into something that is both its original intention and also a new intention (in the context of this gifset, it’s using a Telephone quote which may or may not make the point moor that that’s besides the fact that this video is incredible ok).

The metaphor isn’t just the metaphor anymore- it’s also the subject. And the fact that the metaphor is both the metaphor and the subject really raises some interesting interpretations in the narrative not just within Marry the Night, but also possibly within any of her own works.

All considering that this work (and, if you reach a bit, Applause and G.U.Y.) open the doors of reinterpretation onto almost all of her own works, the lines of context begins to fade. While it’d be confusing to do so, and I personally find it a bit perplexing, it really opens the door to viewing all of her separate works as one big amalgam.

I am a walking piece of art every day, with my dreams and my ambitions forward at all times in an effort to inspire my fans to lead their life in that way.” - Lady Gaga

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2002 vs. 2014

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facts-i-just-made-up:

A micro-cloudburst hits a car in Geneva.
Micro-cloudbursts happen about once every five years and generally affect an area of no more than ten feet in diameter. They can last for up to five minutes and can cause thousands of dollars in damage. They drop almost 600 gallons per second and result from cloud compression, when a large cumulonimbus is compacted by winds and becomes a tiny, supercharged cloud.
The most famous instance of a Micro-cloudburst that lasted far longer than usual and seemed to follow Joseph Btfsplk of Dogpatch, Kentucky.

facts-i-just-made-up:

A micro-cloudburst hits a car in Geneva.

Micro-cloudbursts happen about once every five years and generally affect an area of no more than ten feet in diameter. They can last for up to five minutes and can cause thousands of dollars in damage. They drop almost 600 gallons per second and result from cloud compression, when a large cumulonimbus is compacted by winds and becomes a tiny, supercharged cloud.

The most famous instance of a Micro-cloudburst that lasted far longer than usual and seemed to follow Joseph Btfsplk of Dogpatch, Kentucky.

lulz-time:

that door lick omg
"maybe if i give it kissies it’ll let me through"

lulz-time:

that door lick omg

"maybe if i give it kissies it’ll let me through"

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poorandunknown:

This was soooo cuuutttteeee

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