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balladoftarby:

micthemicrophone:

I have two pounds of sour patch kids what am i even going to do with 2 pounds of fucking sour patch kids?

eat it all
have some habanero on the side

1.9 pounds you damn liar

balladoftarby:

micthemicrophone:

I have two pounds of sour patch kids what am i even going to do with 2 pounds of fucking sour patch kids?

eat it all

have some habanero on the side

1.9 pounds you damn liar

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Because no bathroom is complete without a set of matching Towlie towels!

Because no bathroom is complete without a set of matching Towlie towels!

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wastrelbeam:

FUCKING HELL

ISTG THIS SHOULDN’T EVEN BE HUMANLY POSSIBLE

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It’s been 19 damned years in this life and 8 solid months at Subway with a specific sandwich based around it and not one single person has said “Sriracha” right.

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drakefanclub:

Neato

drakefanclub:

Neato

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phagearchives:

I think being a musician that makes music strictly to a genre destroys any room for innovation.

If all you do is make trance, or house, or dubstep music and stick to ALL the rules of that genre, you’re not introducing the world to new music. You’re just rehashing old…

From a fan perspective genres are awesome and do what they’re supposed to do - label similar styles of music for easier grouping.
From a musician’s perspective, they suck because they can imply limits within music. I say make whatever you want as long as you’re inspired.

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JONTRON’S THOUGHTS ON GOBLINS

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juricha asked: Hi! How are you doing? *^^*

Hellloo I’m fine! How are you on this fine day?