oh hello psycho, is that you in the mirror again?

antisocial butterfly.

Aug 21st at 1AM / via: mattreallysux / op: ohmygil / 47,698 notes
ohmygil:

God is like "ball is life, my son"

ohmygil:

God is like "ball is life, my son"


romangoddessvictoria:

nephilimgirlbooks:

yesterdayisadisgrace:

liar-liar-plants-for-higher:

chompyface:

do you ever just want to gently place your hands on someones cheeks and hold their head there in your hands and looking into their eyes and then violently jerk their head on a right angle and snap their neck

Well, that took an unexpected turn.

so did their neck

I’m dying

So are they


Aug 21st at 1AM / via: mortuarybeauty / op: notalkingplz / 7,466 notes

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Aug 21st at 1AM / via: mortuarybeauty / op: radtracks / 58,027 notes

chicagobowls:

Modest Mouse | Float On

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Aug 21st at 1AM / via: mattreallysux / op: anselelgortsbf / 92,557 notes

heirofslytherin:

Guess who goes back to school tomorrow?

Not me.

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Aug 21st at 1AM / via: mattreallysux / op: rckrbelle / 707,614 notes

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lifejustgotawkward:

happy birthday, Bradley Nowell - when I was thirteen it meant a lot to me when my best friend introduced me to the music of Sublime. I eventually bought the Sublime album and some tracks from 40 oz. to Freedom, a soundtrack for my teen years. Brad Nowell was a vocalist and guitarist who continues to inspire fans. The fusion of reggae, punk, alternative rock, ska and hip hop is a combination which has undoubtedly been influential on many artists of the last two decades.
"40oz. to Freedom"
"Badfish"
"Date Rape"
"Wrong Way"
"What I Got"
"April 29, 1992 (Miami)"
"Santeria"
"Seed"
"Under My Voodoo"
"Caress Me Down"
"What I Got (Reprise)"
"Doin’ Time"

lifejustgotawkward:

happy birthday, Bradley Nowell - when I was thirteen it meant a lot to me when my best friend introduced me to the music of Sublime. I eventually bought the Sublime album and some tracks from 40 oz. to Freedom, a soundtrack for my teen years. Brad Nowell was a vocalist and guitarist who continues to inspire fans. The fusion of reggae, punk, alternative rock, ska and hip hop is a combination which has undoubtedly been influential on many artists of the last two decades.

  1. "40oz. to Freedom"
  2. "Badfish"
  3. "Date Rape"
  4. "Wrong Way"
  5. "What I Got"
  6. "April 29, 1992 (Miami)"
  7. "Santeria"
  8. "Seed"
  9. "Under My Voodoo"
  10. "Caress Me Down"
  11. "What I Got (Reprise)"
  12. "Doin’ Time"

Aug 21st at 1AM / via: mattreallysux / op: thisyearsboy / 178,557 notes

untalentedandhorny:

sickest burn ever.

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Aug 21st at 1AM / via: mattreallysux / op: teenagepics / 105,472 notes

Aug 21st at 1AM / via: mattreallysux / op: unmarvel / 35,986 notes

unmarvel:

How Marvel Characters Eat Their Food [x]

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lost-years-band:

http://lost-years.bandcamp.com/track/what-it-feels-like-to-be-alone

lost-years-band:

http://lost-years.bandcamp.com/track/what-it-feels-like-to-be-alone


Aug 21st at 1AM / via: matthewkocanda / op: oh-flern / 68,976 notes

matthewkocanda:

oh-flern:

Jean-Ralphio Singing At People

I’ve probably reblogged this before but I don’t even care.


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