you were good to me, 2011.
you introduced me to rap. you brought me back to my friends. you got me through my first semester of college (with good grades, i might add). you showed me the best summer i’ve had in a long time. you gave me the best month of my life; march 2011 will always be a time that i hold dear to my heart. you tumbld and facebooked with me, and that was fun. you brought me to my cat, pigeon. you...
completely forgot how great books can be
So I haven’t finished a book since March. And before that, I think 2009 was the last time I even picked up a book. To some, that comes off as pretty average (which, by the way, is incredibly sad). But the thing is that I am not someone who doesn’t read books. I mean… I am. But I’m not. Despite the fact that I feel bookish, I look bookish, and I sound bookish, I am not a...
Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving...– Albert Einstein (via quote-book)
Weekly "Fakts" (all 16 of them)
These are 16 facts which I’ve putting together on a weekly basis since September 5th. It’s the end of the year now and I think I’m basically done. (The ones in bold I find particularly interesting). So here’s the collection: 1/16 - The opening line of Harvie Krumpet is “Some are born great. Some achieve greatness. Some have greatness thrust upon them. And then there...
number one fan
diet coke (notice how it’s the first thing) scarves and bags. but mostly scarves ^ lots of em board games maps and geography and pretending like i’m a cartographer sleeping after the shower pasta is so damn delicious smooth heartfelt rap raps that make me laugh hmm.. i like being lazy but not really. i’m a fan of people who aren’t lazy wish i was you,...
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hell yeah. i should do that more often. cause i love lists. OMG LISTS. i forgot lists.
straight guys: boobs are great
gay guys: boobs are great
straight girls: boobs are great
gay girls: boobs are great
Drake: we should talk about our feelings
South African musicians release "Yes, We Know It's... →
avodka-kedavra: partywok: Buuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrrn. CAPE TOWN. After 28 years of silently tolerating it, a group of unemployed local musicians have joined forces to release a Christmas single, entitled ‘Yes we do,’ in response to the Bob Geldof inspired Band Aid song, ‘Do they know it’s Christmas?’. Speaking at the launch of their song, the musicians praised Geldof’s relentless quest for an...
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