Have you ever read something that killed you...
Like a text message or someone’s status. Everything was going fine until you accidentally came across something you didn’t want to read. Or found out something you were better off not knowing. It’s almost as if it was posted just to purposely hurt you. But you constantly read it over and over again to torture yourself. It sucks how one little thing can ruin your whole day.
So I met this lady...
at Coachella from Australia named Alex. She was super nice and had apparently been travelling around the States for months. Before the band Wild Nothing came on, she talked about how it was her favorite band. And how she literally planned her entire life around when and where they were playing. Work was based upon whether or not they were in town. what the actual fuck. Can I have your life...
Doesn't happen often, but...
coldqueen5: …that moment when you love an album so much you’re actually willing to pay for it.
So I’ve been accepted into three colleges so far. Yet, I don’t feel like I’m any closer to college or the finality of graduation. I thought this year would be different. Guess time will tell.
diabadass: wealthyhugepenis: i really like stickers but at the same time i don’t because once you stick them somewhere that’s it, it’s finished, and i’m just not emotionally stable enough for that responsibility I have been waiting for this post my whole life.
I SWEAR I’VE PRESSED REFRESH ONLY ABOUT A MILLION TIMES ON THE COACHELLA SITE TRYING TO SEE IF THE LINEUP HAS BEEN RELEASED OMG
crowleys-angel: crayolaxmonster: tayvengeance: 4rcticmonkey: Sometimes i talk in song lyrics and my friends don’t even notice sometimes I talk in Mean Girls quotes and no one notices Sometimes I talk and nobody notices At first it was funny but then it got kind of sad
dignitea: feelings are terrible 0/10 would not recommend
cervantes3011: I don’t want to go back to school. I just want to lay here in my bed, reading.
Remember Aaron Swartz: Official Statement from the... →
rememberaaronsw: Our beloved brother, son, friend, and partner Aaron Swartz hanged himself on Friday in his Brooklyn apartment. We are in shock, and have not yet come to terms with his passing. Aaron’s insatiable curiosity, creativity, and brilliance; his reflexive empathy and capacity for selfless, boundless…