to live would be an awfuly big adventure
theyuniversity:

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When I see a cute boy

moonemoji:

Me: he cute
Me: he prbly a fukboy tho

jasonttodd:


"Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of… THOR.”

Thor #001

jasonttodd:

"Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of… THOR.”

Thor #001

maximus-gluteus:

no-this-is-jarod:

they got mad

he…. has every right to tho. the song “wake me up when september ends” was about billie joe coping with the loss of his father. so when a bunch of shit-heads decide to be cute and constantly tweet him to “wake up” one the first of october its kinda like a slap in the face, like they’re completely disrespecting the emotions put behind the song. but i do know that there are only two types of people who do this. those who don’t know, and those who don’t care.

maximus-gluteus:

no-this-is-jarod:

they got mad

he…. has every right to tho. the song “wake me up when september ends” was about billie joe coping with the loss of his father. so when a bunch of shit-heads decide to be cute and constantly tweet him to “wake up” one the first of october its kinda like a slap in the face, like they’re completely disrespecting the emotions put behind the song. but i do know that there are only two types of people who do this. those who don’t know, and those who don’t care.

When some cultural critics fret about the “ever-more-appalling” YA books, they aren’t trying to protect African-American teens forced to walk through metal detectors on their way into school. Or Mexican-American teens enduring the culturally schizophrenic life of being American citizens and the children of illegal immigrants. Or Native American teens growing up on Third World reservations. Or poor white kids trying to survive the meth-hazed trailer parks. They aren’t trying to protect the poor from poverty. Or victims from rapists. No, they are simply trying to protect their privileged notions of what literature is and should be. They are trying to protect privileged children. Or the seemingly privileged.
Lana Del Rey - This Is What Makes Us Girls
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