look what I did

thatsjustwhathumansdo:

Phantogram - When I’m Small (RAC Mix)

actually obsessed with this

howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.


this is just a movie about Katie

howtofightloneliness:

I haven’t seen this movie in four years, but I still think about this scene every. single. time. someone talks about lasagna.

this is just a movie about Katie

(via oh-myalphabet)


Kate Nash + her albums’ opening lines

Kate Nash + her albums’ opening lines

Kate Nash + her albums’ opening lines

rectumofglory:

i must admit having a drunken conversation about what it means to be jewish and atheist  and also in small communities with jen was p great and awesome

i owe u matzo balls and prince of egypt rewatch and tell nayab we can watch prince of persia too if she wants even though she meant egypt

TAMARA YES

tastefullyoffensive:

[pusheen]

champagne:

here lies one whose name was writ in water

breakfastburritoe:

dog for president. no wars. only tail wagging. and smiles. dog.

(via buttcardigans)

“When I was excited about life, I didn’t want to write at all. I’ve never written when I was happy. I didn’t want to. But I’ve never had a long period of being happy. Do you think anyone has? I think you can be peaceful for a long time. When I think about it, if I had to choose, I’d rather be happy than write. You see, there’s very little invention in my books. What came first with most of them was the wish to get rid of this awful sadness that weighed me down. I found when I was a child that if I could put the hurt into words, it would go. It leaves a sort of melancholy behind and then it goes. I think it was Somerset Maugham who said that if you “write out” a thing… it doesn’t trouble you so much. you may be left with a vague melancholy, but at least it’s not misery—I suppose it’s like a Catholic going to confession, or like psychoanalysis.”