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JUST MEETING MY FAVORITE PRINCESS NBD 😍👙🐚🐠🏊 (at Ariel’s Grotto)

JUST MEETING MY FAVORITE PRINCESS NBD 😍👙🐚🐠🏊 (at Ariel’s Grotto)


taur:

Cole Mohr is an adorable flower

taur:

Cole Mohr is an adorable flower

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"The hardest thing about depression is that it is addictive. It begins to feel uncomfortable not to be depressed. You feel guilty for feeling happy."

-Pete Wentz (via hopelesslyhealing)

(Source: swaggqueenbitch)


multiple me 👯

multiple me 👯


(Source: technicolor-creep)


kissmeok:

♡Love/Couples♡

kissmeok:

♡Love/Couples♡


(Source: some-nates)


olay:

DID YOU KNOW?

The thinnest skin on your body is your eyelids - at a whopping 0.02 mm thick. 

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blogaboutthe1975:

"Soft sound, to the way that she wears her hair down, covering up her face"

blogaboutthe1975:

"Soft sound, to the way that she wears her hair down, covering up her face"


We should ring dad more, Lost our house, Hold me close


youvegottakillyourmind:

I wanna get better

youvegottakillyourmind:

I wanna get better


u-have-every-right-to-be-scared:

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"I think a lot of people [in indie rock] now are inherently apologetic because of the things we grew up with in the ’90s, and we saw rock music go from the most beautiful, amazing, culture-changing thing to, like, rap metal. The world of indie and rock music became very apologetic, and no one’s trying to be too good and they’re always trying to hold it back either with the songs or the production. No one wants to be quote-unquote “obvious.” But, like, everyone references Paul Simon, and Fleetwood Mac has become a huge indie reference nowadays, but that’s all bullshit because the most important part of that reference is not the dry snare drum, it’s the unbelievably classic songs and production. After rap metal in the late ’90s, there was this split of mainstream and indie and rock, like they couldn’t coexist. But I grew up when The Smashing Pumpkins and Pearl Jam and Nirvana were all mainstream, but they were also really good. I’d much rather be a part of mainstream culture than be a part of my own culture and have it be not…all the way."

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Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff Refuses To Be Apologetic About His Music

I really liked talking to Jack Antonoff from Fun. and Bleachers – he’s very confident and has a lot of bold opinions, and I definitely agree with him about this bit in particular.

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