dunrito:

my picture my edit bluh

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Tiki bars.

I just watched the finale of Friday Night Lights

butmyopinionisright:

Now I’m feeling all the feelings at 1:22 am and I have no one to hug. 

Texas Forever.

Give me a chance to explain what I did was in vein.
The words I said to you will never fix the

Broken hearts and fading memories.
Driving in the summer, changing of leaves.
I never hurt you, I just let go.
Put the past inside a tempo.
I’d look straight ahead
But I don’t see the end.

— Man Overboard-Where I left You

codysmoldt:

8. The Wonder Years: The Greatest Generation (Hopeless)

This album might wind up being the good kid, m.A.A.d. city for pop-punk.  Like Kendrick last year, The Wonder Years are simply operating on a higher plane than their contemporaries.  The Greatest Generation is a grown up record from a band that was already operating at a shockingly high level.  This could change pop-punk forever.

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eyes-undotted:

Dan Soupy Campbell of The Wonder Years. The Met Cafe 1-5-14
eyes-undotted:

Dan Soupy Campbell of The Wonder Years. The Met Cafe 1-5-14
eyes-undotted:

Dan Soupy Campbell of The Wonder Years. The Met Cafe 1-5-14
eyes-undotted:

Dan Soupy Campbell of The Wonder Years. The Met Cafe 1-5-14
eyes-undotted:

Dan Soupy Campbell of The Wonder Years. The Met Cafe 1-5-14

eyes-undotted:

Dan Soupy Campbell of The Wonder Years. The Met Cafe 1-5-14

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hxndgxns:

idk man I made another thing I guess

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All the dopes that you’re hanging with now

All the dopes that you’re hanging with now