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yvynyl: I Just Want Four Walls

lindsayzoladz:

To me, the best records are like tents. Really compact tents that can fold down to the size of a jewel case or an iPod or a 12” piece of vinyl so you can carry them around with you, and then when you need shelter from some storm or another, you can pitch them wherever you are…

LEFT YOUR BLOG UP JUSTIN!

love taylor, likeaforestfire.tumblr.com :)

it was a bittersweet reverie: Totally forgot about Pandora for the longest time… rediscovering it...

viridium:

Totally forgot about Pandora for the longest time… rediscovering it now. Musicmusicmusic MUSICCCCCC SO GOOODDDDDDDD hnnnnggggggggggggg

I still don’t get the point of twitter for most people… hardly anyone lives an interesting enough life to tweet about every ten minutes. Oh, you just woke up?…

(Source: viridiaum)

James Vincent McMorrow – If I Had a Boat

tuneage:

James Vincent McMorrow - If I Had a Boat

James Vincent McMorrow is like when you throw together leftovers (maybe some Bon Iver, Band of Horses, Otis Redding, a touch of William Fitzsimmons) and come out with a result more delicious than you ever could have anticipated.

He’s soulful, he’s folky, he’s alternative. He croons. He composes. What I like best about McMorrow is something incredibly familiar and comforting in his raspy, falsetto voice. 

His music’s well-worn in feeling embodies nostalgia - as if you’ve always listened to his CD, Early In The Morning, on repeat, in your bedroom, on road trips.

(Source: tuneage)

omgsexyfood:

Churros from Camden Market.

omgsexyfood:

Churros from Camden Market.

  • me: i wish a boy would like me
  • boy: i like you
  • me: no not you

npr:

Carrots: Beyond The Relish Tray

My first distinct memory of eating carrots is from when I was about 7. Mom and Dad had gone out for the evening, leaving me and my sister in the care of our older brother, whose duty it was to serve us the dinner Mom had prepared. Dinner included her usual chopped salad with shredded lettuce and diced carrots, tomatoes, onions and celery. When serving the salad, my sly brother asked me if I liked carrots. I said yes, and in typical big-brother fashion, he proceeded to pick out every single tiny orange cube and add it to my plate.

Otherwise, I don’t remember carrots from my childhood. I’m sure my mother cooked them — added them to pot roast and soup, probably steamed them with a little butter. I know we had them raw for “relish trays” on special occasions, but mostly they faded into the background.

So I never thought much about cooking carrots for myself once I moved out on my own. I didn’t dislike them, but they were easy to ignore. I ate them when dining at friends’ homes, on the ubiquitous crudite platter or in the dreaded carrot-raisin slaw (dreaded for me because I loathe raisins), but they seldom found their way into my own kitchen. It didn’t help that, at the markets where I shopped, carrots came in 1-pound bags. I might have been willing to buy an occasional carrot or two, but I wasn’t willing to commit myself to a whole pound. -Janet A. Zimmerman (Photo credit: Dave Scantland for NPR)

anotherdayinthelife:

treesquirrrel:

a-la-mort-suzanne:

Both Cosplayers from Adventure Time!

Dude, this is me and Luke :D  I really like these shots

Wow, these turned out amazingly! So glad this happened.

(Lucy and I @ Nashicon2012 as Fiona and Finn from Adventure Time)

(Source: nukui)

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gaws:

Theraflu | Kanye West

“TELL PETA MY MINK IS DRAGGING ON THE FLOOR”

(via 30andbroke)

yvynyl: I Just Want Four Walls

lindsayzoladz:

To me, the best records are like tents. Really compact tents that can fold down to the size of a jewel case or an iPod or a 12” piece of vinyl so you can carry them around with you, and then when you need shelter from some storm or another, you can pitch them wherever you are…

LEFT YOUR BLOG UP JUSTIN!

love taylor, likeaforestfire.tumblr.com :)

(Source: colonelsloth, via nickelcobalt)

it was a bittersweet reverie: Totally forgot about Pandora for the longest time… rediscovering it...

viridium:

Totally forgot about Pandora for the longest time… rediscovering it now. Musicmusicmusic MUSICCCCCC SO GOOODDDDDDDD hnnnnggggggggggggg

I still don’t get the point of twitter for most people… hardly anyone lives an interesting enough life to tweet about every ten minutes. Oh, you just woke up?…

(Source: viridiaum)

omgsexyfood:

Churros from Camden Market.

omgsexyfood:

Churros from Camden Market.

  • me: i wish a boy would like me
  • boy: i like you
  • me: no not you

npr:

Carrots: Beyond The Relish Tray

My first distinct memory of eating carrots is from when I was about 7. Mom and Dad had gone out for the evening, leaving me and my sister in the care of our older brother, whose duty it was to serve us the dinner Mom had prepared. Dinner included her usual chopped salad with shredded lettuce and diced carrots, tomatoes, onions and celery. When serving the salad, my sly brother asked me if I liked carrots. I said yes, and in typical big-brother fashion, he proceeded to pick out every single tiny orange cube and add it to my plate.

Otherwise, I don’t remember carrots from my childhood. I’m sure my mother cooked them — added them to pot roast and soup, probably steamed them with a little butter. I know we had them raw for “relish trays” on special occasions, but mostly they faded into the background.

So I never thought much about cooking carrots for myself once I moved out on my own. I didn’t dislike them, but they were easy to ignore. I ate them when dining at friends’ homes, on the ubiquitous crudite platter or in the dreaded carrot-raisin slaw (dreaded for me because I loathe raisins), but they seldom found their way into my own kitchen. It didn’t help that, at the markets where I shopped, carrots came in 1-pound bags. I might have been willing to buy an occasional carrot or two, but I wasn’t willing to commit myself to a whole pound. -Janet A. Zimmerman (Photo credit: Dave Scantland for NPR)

anotherdayinthelife:

treesquirrrel:

a-la-mort-suzanne:

Both Cosplayers from Adventure Time!

Dude, this is me and Luke :D  I really like these shots

Wow, these turned out amazingly! So glad this happened.

(Lucy and I @ Nashicon2012 as Fiona and Finn from Adventure Time)

(Source: nukui)

LEFT YOUR BLOG UP JUSTIN!
James Vincent McMorrow – If I Had a Boat

tuneage:

James Vincent McMorrow - If I Had a Boat

James Vincent McMorrow is like when you throw together leftovers (maybe some Bon Iver, Band of Horses, Otis Redding, a touch of William Fitzsimmons) and come out with a result more delicious than you ever could have anticipated.

He’s soulful, he’s folky, he’s alternative. He croons. He composes. What I like best about McMorrow is something incredibly familiar and comforting in his raspy, falsetto voice. 

His music’s well-worn in feeling embodies nostalgia - as if you’ve always listened to his CD, Early In The Morning, on repeat, in your bedroom, on road trips.

(Source: tuneage)

gaws:

Theraflu | Kanye West

“TELL PETA MY MINK IS DRAGGING ON THE FLOOR”

(via 30andbroke)

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