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  • friend: what are you gonna be for halloween?
  • me: drunk


skeleton smartypants was defeated once and for all

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Nostalgia is a
dirty liar
that insists things
were better
than they seemed.

Michelle K., I Can’t Stop Questioning It.  (via fuckingcamilla)

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Try to say nothing negative about anybody.
a) for three days
b) for forty-five days
c) for three months

See what happens to your life.

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—Swingin Party

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I don’t want to leave. I’m just feeling comfortable here.” “That’s exactly why you have to though.

— an exchange between myself and a very wise friend

of Montreal

—Bunny Ain't No Kind of Rider


Bunny Ain’t No Kind of Rider | of Montreal

Friday’s show at Crescent was a genuine and heart-warming dance party. of Montreal reminds me of being 16 but it never feels old or dated

Got asked the classic “why are you single?? I just don’t understand!” question/line tonight. It doesn’t even bother me; it’s an easy way for me to confirm my suspicions that you’re just an older, unimaginative, cheap vodka-drinking bro and I have less of a reason to entertain you/ more of a reason to fuck with you to entertain myself. 

Kid gets a banana as a prank gift from his parents on his birthday. Look at his excitement. This kid is my hero. 

Kid gets a banana as a prank gift from his parents on his birthday. Look at his excitement. This kid is my hero. 

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Surfer Blood

—I Was Wrong



when will teenage girls stop shaming each other and discover that their real enemy is teenage boys 

when they are all gathered into the gym and lectured by tina fey

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The SAT is a scam. It has been around for 50 years. It has never measured anything. And it continues to measure nothing. And the whole game is that everybody who does well on it, is so delighted by their good fortune that they don’t want to attack it. And they are the people in charge. Because of course, the way you get to be in charge is by having high test scores. So it’s this terrific kind of rolling scam that every so often, somebody sort of looks and says—well, you know, does it measure intelligence? No. Does it predict college grades? No. Does it tell you how much you learned in high school? No. Does it predict life happiness or life success in any measure? No. It’s measuring nothing.

John Katzman, founder of The Princeton Review


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