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Posted on 24th Apr at 2:33 PM, with 772 notes

rhydonmyhardon:

how the fuck do you not even have a spot for the powerful trans rights activist laverne cox when she was at number 1 at one point and had a much greater percentage of yes votes to her nos but let people like appropriation station Miley Cyrus who had shaky balance in the polls in

Posted on 24th Apr at 2:31 PM, with 235,126 notes
vaginal-erection:

do-i-wanna-know:

what the fuck is this though seriously

a good fucking time thats what

vaginal-erection:

do-i-wanna-know:

what the fuck is this though seriously

a good fucking time thats what

Posted on 24th Apr at 12:09 PM, with 6 notes

morty-seinfeld:

AIN’T NO REST FOR THE MORTY!!

WATCH AND REBLOG, IT’S FREE!!

Posted on 23rd Apr at 11:16 PM, with 2,633 notes
crewnex:

this is our last year on earth
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crewnex:

this is our last year on earth

Tagged: #WHAT,
Posted on 23rd Apr at 11:08 PM, with 393 notes

album-of-the-week:

With the final addition of bassist Chris Baio (brought in because he could play Metallica riffs from memory), Vampire Weekend was quick to start recording their first album. Their first show was a Battle of the Bands at Columbia Univeristy where they played songs from their debut including “Oxford Comma” and “Walcott.” They lost, with one judge saying “’Hey, you’re pretty good, but I don’t really like hipsters!”

Vampire Weekend was recorded using keyboardist Rostam Batmanglij’s Macbook and Protools recording software. The album took about an entire year to make, beginning in the band members’ apartments. They even recorded in drummer Christopher Tomson’s parents’ barn. It was a long work in progress, with “a friend’s violin captured in a dorm room here, drum work in a campus studio there.” By the end of the album they were able to record at Tree Fort Studios in Brooklyn. The album’s cover is a Polaroid taken from one of the band’s early shows at a frat house on Columbia University’s campus.

When the album was finished they burned it onto blue CDR’s and sold them at their early shows. The band never sent them to actual record labels, as frontman Ezra Koenig said “That seemed ultimately fruitless. These people don’t want to listen to some random thing they don’t have any context for.” But the band and their album was spread by word of mouth (with lots of help from the internet), and they were eventually able to sign a record deal with XL recordings. The album was officially released on January 29th, 2008.

Posted on 23rd Apr at 11:05 PM, with 22,297 notes
ruinedchildhood:

this is why I have trust issues

I’M LAUGHING REALLY HARD RIGHT NOW BECAUSE IMAGINE IF YOU BOUGHT ONE AND YOU THOUGHT IT WAS A BOUNCY BALL AND THREW IT ON THE GROUND AND IT JUST LOOKS LIKE YOU’RE REALLY AGGRESSIVE ABOUT GUMBALLS

ruinedchildhood:

this is why I have trust issues

I’M LAUGHING REALLY HARD RIGHT NOW BECAUSE IMAGINE IF YOU BOUGHT ONE AND YOU THOUGHT IT WAS A BOUNCY BALL AND THREW IT ON THE GROUND AND IT JUST LOOKS LIKE YOU’RE REALLY AGGRESSIVE ABOUT GUMBALLS

Posted on 23rd Apr at 10:56 PM, with 218,339 notes

thotkage:

nsfwgpoy:

those nerds in high school who run like this

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in my middle school there was a boy who wanted to be called Sasuke Uchiha and he wore a Sasuke cosplay to school everyday and one day he did this run down the stairs and broke his arm and apparently he told the principle it was the ‘Naruto run’ and then we were all banned from wearing Naruto headbands and doing this run and Naruto was put down as gang activity at our school

Posted on 23rd Apr at 10:46 PM, with 26,435 notes

mellowboom:

Shades of light Blues & Purples- beautiful & calming

Posted on 23rd Apr at 9:28 PM, with 45,056 notes
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gibbards:

Mardy Bum (With string section) - Glastonbury 2013

Tagged: #MUSIC,
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