zombie-prince:

young-based-lord:

Ukrainian protester lights cigarette with molotov  

If this is not the most badass picture then idk what is

zombie-prince:

young-based-lord:

Ukrainian protester lights cigarette with molotov  

If this is not the most badass picture then idk what is

'You've got to be crazy. It's too late to be sane, too late. You've got to go full tilt bozo cause you're only given a little spark of madness and if you lose that, you're nothing.' -R. Williams
(via frankocean)

shaxaphone:

your honor, my client is innocent. like, come on. for real. come on, your honor. seriously dude

best-intentions:

lemounade:

lemounade:

if you started liking arctic monkeys after AM came out i don’t like you

indirect to every arctic monkeys “”“fan”“” at my school

God forbid someone isn’t fortunate enough to be introduced to a band until a v successful album is brought to their attention which they connect to and like and then discover all the music they’ve missed from them. wow sorry people are introduced to bands at different time periods.

Music is all about taste and joy. When I listen to music, I feel the musicians soul flowing though the instruments and vocals and into my ears. Why hate on someone who feels that soul at a later time? People still discover Elvis and Michael Jackson every day. A talented musician deserves the following they earn, regardless of the time period. Additionally, bands change and grow. Maybe someone didn’t like the Arctic Monkeys early, or didn’t give them a chance because their sound wasn’t quite right, but re-explored once AM came out. Fuck your pretentious attitude. Everyone deserves some Arctic Monkeys, even now after AM. 

Year Zero

Maybe it’s because it’s the end of another year, maybe it’s because I just watched No Cameras Allowed, or maybe it’s because I just had a good time with my friends….but I feel like I’m at a point of new beginnings in my life. I’m at a point in life where I can and need to make decisions and take control of my destiny. In college and as life moves so quickly forward, it’s easy to lost track of the big scheme. Life is about good people, and going on a journey with them by your side. Life is about following your passions and making your dreams come true. We only get one shot, and we have to make the most of it.

I won’t settle for normal. I won’t settle for standard. I won’t settle for the ordinary. I need substance, quality, and passion. 

Time for a fresh start. 

That being said, I need to begin by making an active effort to love and thank those around me - especially those who helped me get here. 

So done with the semester. It’s always tense with my roommates, I can’t sleep, and Chem labs should be set on fire. Fuck. 

As I slip down the pit, I keep reaching for that someone. That genuine connection that could pull me out. People come and go, stop, look, and some brush the arms, but nobody grasps my hand. They pass by like ships in the night, like ghosts of my past, almost as if they were never there at all…

All of the famous musicians and artists now pretty openly do drugs. Do you think Da Vinci and Beethoven also blazed? 

Beauty

Yesterday (Wednesday) and today, the day before my last test before spring break, have been great, beautiful days.

With how flaky people are, the stresses of school and life, and the everyday grind, it’s pretty easy to get down. Often times it seems like everything stacks up at once, and depression is a pretty easy thing to succumb to. It can be easy to focus on the negatives.

I want to focus on the positives. Yesterday I had a job interview with Mortenson and I was incredibly nervous. It turned out to be the best interview, by far, I have ever had. They didn’t ask stupid questions about my weaknesses and strengths. We had a real conversation about my interests and what they were looking for. The sun was shining, and  I was shining right there with it. Homework and projects sucked, but it was one of those days where nothing and nobody could get me down. 

Today was similar. The weather was more perfect than I’ve seen it in a long time, and the day matched that. Though I’m sitting here studying for my 9am test standing between me and a week of freedom, I feel very much at peace. The food tasted better, the smiles felt better, and the music….

I love meditation, but sometimes it just doesn’t feel right (which is probably the point). But music, music always feels right. When I’m in a good mood and I’m listening to music, I can feel the musician’s soul slowly wash over me and cover me with their intended emotions and ideas. I feel closer to the musician and sound at that moment than anyone in my life. We all feel lonely and disconnected sometimes, but there are many things that are in our control. I can’t get the girl to like me more, and I can’t wish my teachers gave less homework. But I can control how I feel and what I do to affect that emotion, and today, something went very right. 

I need to look at the beauty and good things in life rather than seeing the negatives. I want to know that if I died right now, I was surrounded by beauty. And I am. We all are. 

OMG WTFWJD like ROFL

OMG I want a Tumblr cause it’s private but I want all my friens to follow me though like my stuff please! 

i know you just answered another question about relationships, but i wanted your opinion. i've heard from some people that going into college with a hs relationship can lead to a messy breakup, but i've heard from other people that a break up right before college can also make for a weirder transition. any thoughts on this from what you've experienced/seen in college?
Anonymous

If you’re both going to the same college and want to stay together, you can and you can make it work. I broke up with my gf of 2 years right before college (and admittedly should’ve sooner) but I was happy I did. I didn’t feel restricted when meeting people, I was just able to introduce myself as myself and have a good time. 

The thing with relationships and college is, is that once you get to college, everything changes. You (most likely) don’t hang out with the same people or do the same things. You live with new people in a new place with a constant barrage of social interaction and changes. Stress becomes greater and a lot of people really find themselves and their niche in college. There are a lot more temptations and opportunities as well, which can definitely stress any relationship. 

If you’re on the fence,  I would say break up. You meet so many awesome people in college, and I think it’s honestly probably the best time in life to be single. For the obvious reasons, you can hook up with people or have unrestricted interactions. But on a deeper level, you don’t have to worry about any sort of assumptions when you meet people. It’s a good time do to what you want, when you want, and not really worry about what other people think. 

If you’re going to different colleges, I would definitely recommend breaking up. Some select people make it work, but I would say they’re the exception. 

That’s just my opinion though, so take it with a grain of salt. Good luck and hmu if you have other questions!

ps the transition to college is going to be weird no matter what. Nobody really knows what’s going on, and you sort of just have to experience it. A breakup won’t add to that, necessarily.

Here’s a song I did a verse for with my friend Sammy

what are relationships like in college? i havent really dated or hooked up or anything like that in high school so im not sure what to expect.
Anonymous

I mean they vary, just like high school. Some people come in with relationships and stick with it, some come in and then break it off. I would say the pretty large majority of people aren’t looking for a solid relationship but just hook up. 

I don’t know your personality, but here’s what I would recommend: it’s not going to be easy (necessarily), but meet as many people as you can, as often as you can. Some of the people in my dorms I hesitated to meet at first turned out to be my best friends. And the kids I met first turned out to be douchebags. So I would say any time you have a chance, and I mean ANY (class, waiting in line for lunch, in your dorms, at a club) meet people and introduce yourself. 

For my new years resolution last year,  I decided to meet someone new every day for 30 days. For the first probably 10 days it was pretty hard, and seemed like  I was forcing conversation with the girl in front of me or the kid who lent me a pencil. But after a bit you realize it just easily becomes a part of life, and I would recommend doing that all the time.

This will definitely help with relationships as far as like meeting new people goes and help to branch out more. Unfortunately, as far as I’ve experienced, people seem more flaky in college, but I think that’s because everyone has so much to do and so many options that nailing one thing down can be difficult. For hooking up or dating,  I would just say don’t force it. Meet the girls/guys in your dorm and go party with them, and meet people at the party. Just try to have a good time and don’t worry too much about one person because like I said relationships change pretty quickly, especially as a freshman.

Let me know if you have any other questions or need help with anything!