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buttermilkqueen:

money dont grow on trees

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u sure

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"The difference between false memories and true ones is the
same as for jewels: it is always the false ones that look the
most real, the most brilliant."

Salvador Dalí (via thatlitsite)

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ycphotographs:

Back to Natureby Trevor Drummond
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ycphotographs:

Back to Nature
by Trevor Drummond

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kimkardahshian:

psychic? More like…PSY’S CHICK! lms if u have a crush on psy or if you gangnam smiled (:

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gnarly:

when the red light just turns green and somebody is already beepin at you

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The story’s been told time and again that Vampire Weekend were once just four guys bouncing around Columbia University making music before they hit it big. While at Columbia, frontman Ezra Koenig was an English and Creative Writing major and contributed to on-campus publications.

A 2006 edition of Quarto, the undergraduate literary magazine of the university’s creative writing department, was recently unearthed. In it, you can find a five-paragraph short story called “Off the Grid” by Koenig, then a college senior. It deals with themes familiar to any Vampire Weekend fan: love, New York, finding your place in the world. Also, his contributor’s bio is as prescient as prescient gets:

Ezra Koenig is a senior English and Creative Writing major. He enjoys writing short prose pieces and pop songs, especially about post-hippie domesticity and the tenuous connection between preppiness and colonialism.

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lemondifficult:

"Haha! Americans don’t have free healthcare!"

Yeah it’s actually a serious problem people are literally dying can this stop being a silly nationalistic insult?

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ashoutintothevoid:

Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow

ashoutintothevoid:

Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow

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"I still catch myself feeling sad about things that don’t matter anymore."

Kurt Vonnegut (via 13neighbors)

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