Sep 13th, 20:19pm
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#i AVERTED MY EYES 

i remember when i was little and i found out about bloody mary i literally could not look in a mirror i was so terrified

i’d be on the toilet feeling my impending doom if i were to even gLANCE at the mirror

Sep 7th, 14:03pm
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45andsingle:

Artist: Joan Baez
Track: Diamonds And Rust
Album: 45 rpm single
Year: 1975
Theme: Remembering

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Joan Baez, Diamonds And Rust
Sep 7th, 14:02pm
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#exactly 

actualcrutchie:

glasses are so stupid. u wanted to lie on ur side??? fuck off. u wanted a hot drink???? u can’t see shit now bc ur glasses are fogged up. go out in the rain???? tough luck shithead. 

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Sep 6th, 19:25pm
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moosifer00:

bbboootttyyy:

"I love Dean"

Who Dean? Supernatural Dean? Gilmore Girls Dean?

No Iron Giant Dean

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Best Dean

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Sep 6th, 19:21pm
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#rewatched felina with her and I am in AWE again 

so I got my mom hooked on breaking bad (the best show that will EVER be) and she watched all 5 seasons in 5 days

Sep 6th, 17:47pm
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mickjaggugh:

This Boy was released as a single in November of 1963 (January 1964 in the US); the B-side of I Want to Hold Your Hand. It is often overshadowed by its A-side, however, it contains beautiful harmonies and paved the way for The Beatles’s signature vocals.

Just my attempt at writing one of those three-part harmony Smokey Robinson songs. Nothing in the lyrics; just a sound and harmony.

There was a period when I thought I didn’t write melodies, that Paul wrote those and I just wrote straight, shouting rock ‘n’ roll. But of course, when I think of some of my own songs - In My Life, or some of the early stuff, This Boy - I was writing melody with the best of them.

-John Lennon, “All We are Saying” by David Sheff

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The Beatles, This Boy
Sep 6th, 17:37pm
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mccartneymadness:

John Lennon by Henry Grossman, 1965

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mccartneymadness:

John Lennon by Henry Grossman, 1965
shut up mary shut up!