“Sure, I suppose, in general, if you really like someone, you probably shouldn’t sleep with them immediately… but, shit, sometimes it works out with that person anyway. Life is weird like that.”
Harry Potter as a teen comedy.
Evidence that music placement is very important.
I swear I watch this every time it comes on my dash.
I don’t go running because I want to be thin.
I go running because
and tell you
this is literally my favorite running post of all time. hands down.
Halloween w/@skempturtle reppin the coolest people ever. @JM_Live & @RealSMG as Spike and Buffy. How’d we do?
Not trying to hate. But Justin Bieber baffles me. Sure he has a pretty voice and I didn’t mind him when he was a cute little boy, but i thought that was his selling point. I haven’t heard one song of his that I was like “wow this song’s lyrics are superb” or “wow, though the lyrics are whatever, this song is so catchy!”
The most I’ve thought is “we’ll I don’t actively want to turn it off.” But I didn’t want to actively turn it on either. So I’m baffled. Because, to me, Justin Bieber is one of the most average artists out there. And I just don’t get why he’s popular.
I suppose girls today don’t have the boy bands I grew up with: Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, 98 Degrees. Say what you want about them but those songs were catchy as hell. And that’s sad. It’s sad that Carly Rae Jepsen could make a catchier song than one of the most famous music artists in the worlds.
I just keep waiting for Justin to fade away into obscurity but its just not happening.
I see a lot of potential with One Direction though. Maybe they’ll bring in a new golden age of pop that you can couple skate to at the roller rink when you’re in sixth grade. Cause lemme tell ya: if you want to find somewhere that still plays 90s boy band hits: It’s roller rinks.
For half a decade, my friend and I have been drinking and watching The O.C. together. In honor of the show’s ten-year anniversary, it’s time you started doing the same.
Tough break, Phil. Maybe number 13? (X)
Im hoping 13.
Speak it, girl