THEMES THAT YOU LIKE

lacking enthusiasm

i like raspberries.

nico-ahegao:

if you work at a sex shop is it still nsfw

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19. September 2014

yay-someoneactually:

awomanfromitaly:

anukii:

mis-c3l-la-neous:

themishamigosofthemishapocalypse:

50eathaters:

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Girl’s are amazing

I think we broke the notes…

i feel like i’m reblogging history. “the post that broke the notes”

THERE ARE NO FUCKING NOTES

WE HAVE REACHED INFINITY

what the heLL

Um….guys….

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There are negative notes….

WHY ARE THERE NEGATIVE NOTES?

HOW ARE THERE NEGATIVE NOTES?!?!?!?!

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pemsylvania:

I JUST GOT YELLED AT BECAUSE A GARBAGE TRUCK DROVE BY AND I TOLD MY FRIEND HIS RIDE WAS HERE

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coballion:

So apparently it’s a turnoff to yodel during sex?

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there iS A REASON I TYPE LIKE THIS

it buILDS UP THE EXCITEMENT 

this is too boring

THIS IS OBNOXIOUS 

look itS THE PERFECT BALANCE 

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fangoriaaa:

ryden-gg:

mcrsquad:

You like mcr, panic at the disco, choppy hair cuts, fall out boy and black clothing. You can’t stop smudging your eyeliner, you can’t stay out of hot topic, and you don’t know the top 20 charts. Face it, you’re never gonna leave 2005.

I don’t wanna leave 2005. i just wanna

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amjosa:

kellizredd:

amjosa:

amjosa:

christinajanette:

true


That’s because London, like many European cities, has grown into existance bit by bit over the course of centuries, whereas New York and many other American citities, were often planned from the start and is thus more effectively designed, but lacks the sort of cozy, historical feel.

I’m well aware New York has been around for some 300-400 years, but it’s still a relatively young city largely planned out and built up in more recent times. London has been around since at least Roman times, and is, I think, built up largely around the same ancient road systems.

Boston was obviously modeled after London.

Boston is older than New York. Some of the earliest American cities, it seems, weren’t planned out with a grid system.Also, correction to my previous posts, the grid system was used already by the Romans, and in some European cities as far back as the middle ages, but not quite as linear as those in America. Most European cities such as London aren’t based around it though.