bodhisattva-belladonna:

I’m the best one.

bodhisattva-belladonna:

I’m the best one.

(Source: cornellajoan, via kaitmpayne)

dylypulitzer:

thatzak:

#1 party track

yo honestly this song is so fucking sick like with the landing spaceship in the beginning are you fucking joking this song is actually out of control amazing

(via plantaplanta)

(Source: iamtallandthin, via tinysquids)

no one has liked a single thing I’ve posted in over three days. pretended I was just a pair of legs today.

no one has liked a single thing I’ve posted in over three days. pretended I was just a pair of legs today.

(Source: f0me, via rapscallions)

(Source: houseofthejerk, via raetoro)

nashhha:

lovelylilli:

babeobaggins:

nothing will ever be as funny as this is

Ooooooooookkkkkkkkk…..

LMFAOOOOOOOOO

I’ve watched this like five times today.

(Source: doyouthinklisazemoishot)

hte-anesthetic:

You ever listened to vaporwave? While some say that it’s a mere extension of other joke aesthetics like soft grunge or norm core, it actually has a pretty subversive message and has an almost biter sense of humor. Macintosh Plus’s hit song, リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー, a song so catchy that most people probably don’t even think about what it’s message is. But it really gets at the heart of what I think the whole genre’s trying to say. It juxtaposes 1980s earnestness with the distorted version of that earnestness we experience today, and manages to both create a sense of distaste with the modern Digital while being a pretty great tune. Because it’s not just an earnest love song, it’s an expression of the disenfranchisement that the modern internet user feels vis a vis the Digital! Hey Paul!

hte-anesthetic:

You ever listened to vaporwave? While some say that it’s a mere extension of other joke aesthetics like soft grunge or norm core, it actually has a pretty subversive message and has an almost biter sense of humor. Macintosh Plus’s hit song, リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー, a song so catchy that most people probably don’t even think about what it’s message is. But it really gets at the heart of what I think the whole genre’s trying to say. It juxtaposes 1980s earnestness with the distorted version of that earnestness we experience today, and manages to both create a sense of distaste with the modern Digital while being a pretty great tune. Because it’s not just an earnest love song, it’s an expression of the disenfranchisement that the modern internet user feels vis a vis the Digital! Hey Paul!

(Source: peakcapitolism, via lex-files)

I am a patient boy. I wait, I wait, I wait, I wait. My time is water down a drain.

(Source: crayawn, via lifeslittle)

Let me lay on your floor and writhe for a few hours.

Let me lay on your floor and writhe for a few hours.

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