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devildoll:
Apr 17, 2014 / 135,427 notes
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Apr 17, 2014 / 373,414 notes

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baruchsbalthamos:

Americans pronouncing it ‘Noo-tella’ as if it were made from fucking hazelnoots.

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ahem.

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Apr 17, 2014 / 338,854 notes

obscurebourgeoisie:

don’t buy colgate whitening toothpaste

it says guaranteed whiteness in 14 days

15 days have come and gone

and i am still asian

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chrisoldb:

A million thanks to troyesivan for giving me an understanding of Disclosure, especially the track “Help Me Lose My Mind”.
One more addiction, who cares?
(X)
Apr 17, 2014 / 33 notes

chrisoldb:

A million thanks to troyesivan for giving me an understanding of Disclosure, especially the track “Help Me Lose My Mind”.

One more addiction, who cares?

(X)

Apr 17, 2014 / 52 notes

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laurastudarus:

London Grammar are still a young band. Listen to their restrained music, comprised of delicate cobwebs of keys, guitar and Hannah Reid’s soprano slur, and it might be hard to believe that the band’s members (vocalist Reid, producer/drummer Dot Major and guitarist Dan Rothman) are still in their early 20s. Couple that with their debut album If You Wait’s complex themes of youthful awkwardness and the encroaching melancholy of adulthood, and it becomes dangerously tempting to trot out the cliché and label them “old souls.” (via FILTER Magazine - Exclusives - London Grammar: The Flickering Flames of Youth)
Apr 17, 2014 / 86 notes

laurastudarus:

London Grammar are still a young band. Listen to their restrained music, comprised of delicate cobwebs of keys, guitar and Hannah Reid’s soprano slur, and it might be hard to believe that the band’s members (vocalist Reid, producer/drummer Dot Major and guitarist Dan Rothman) are still in their early 20s. Couple that with their debut album If You Wait’s complex themes of youthful awkwardness and the encroaching melancholy of adulthood, and it becomes dangerously tempting to trot out the cliché and label them “old souls.” (via FILTER Magazine - Exclusives - London Grammar: The Flickering Flames of Youth)

musicnewshq:

London Grammar
Apr 17, 2014 / 341 notes

musicnewshq:

London Grammar

disengagereality:

cringing:

tHIS IS MY FAVE POS T

like why cant some people just be friends with other people who already have a companion. like chill da fuck out, some bitches beeee tripppin
Apr 16, 2014 / 951,992 notes

disengagereality:

cringing:

tHIS IS MY FAVE POS T

like why cant some people just be friends with other people who already have a companion. like chill da fuck out, some bitches beeee tripppin

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Apr 16, 2014 / 317,377 notes

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