This whole metaphorical cigarette fuckery has invaded my dash and forced me to actually check out said clip…..well I’ve never read the book, nor am I in the intended demographic but lawwd have mercy is this scene actually from a certified published best selling book??
I ain’t hating. I admire John Green’s hustle. There I am, sitting broke as fuck as an aspiring non-fiction writer when all along the fastest way to bestsellers lists and film adaptation was appealing to adolescent, bindi-wearing white girls who’ll lap up any vanilla, baby hipster mediocrity I throw at them. You do you, John Green, you are truly inspirational.
in which the actor who plays one of television’s least likeable characters is actually super considerate and cool
How can he be such a despicable cunt, then…
don’t bother cause we’re gonna date
LMFAO “Acting.” For real.
i cant stop laughing at that the fault in our stars clip like hes buying cigarettes and never smoking them as a metaphor??? bitch if you gonna be pretentious find a way to do it for free dont make yourself broke
That Outkast performance at Coachella was one of the most disappointing things I’ve ever seen.
What a disgracefully flat crowd that didn’t really understand what/who they were listening to.
I feel bad for 3000. He looked uncomfortable to begin the show. But by the end of the…
The truth in this is painful.
This is what happens when you come for Rihanna
DRAG HA!I just don’t understand why people are so worried about who Rihanna is fucking
Lmfaoooo lolo is a hating ass geek every time someone else has success she has to shit on them for literally no reason
Lolo Jones is the poor man’s stacey dash like rly
[the sudden and terrifying sound of the babe klaxon, triggered by equally sudden babe alert]
Current obsession is a collaboration between Gisella Velasco and Toni Potenciano called “FLY ART” which they describe as “The best marriage on the internet: hip hop and art”. The pair combines a few of my favourite things: matching lyrics from different hip hop songs with pieces of art, ranging from the Renaissance to Post-Modernism, and the result is amazing. Changing the context of the song and the piece introduce a really unexpected perspective, and I can’t get enough. These are a few of standouts (I am clearly drawn to Kanye and Beyoncé lyrics)
From Top: The Starry Night of Sierra Leone; Milkmaid Rollin That Body; Four N****s of the Apocalypse; One Good Venus; Princess Tarakanova In a Swimming Pool (Drank); The Paranoia; Get Lucky on a Summer Evening; Dont Kill Phaedra’s Vibe; H(eaven) Town Vicious; Bound 2 the Kiss
So are either of these artist’s black? If not I have massive beef with this.