Wolf Man Jaake
My hair looks good what up SoCal

My hair looks good what up SoCal

Cap'n Jazz - Little League
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depressionblog2kx4:

chicagobowls:

Cap’n Jazz | Little League

heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy coffee eyes

The Smiths - Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
30,173 plays

donutqueen69:

The Smiths - Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now

Los Angeles  (at Union Station)

Los Angeles (at Union Station)

Brand New - Moshi Moshi
25,225 plays

honkandwave:

are you thinking of me when you’re putting on your makeup darling and dying your hair like you do? well you’re wasting time if you’re trying to impress me, I waste all my time just thinking of you.

Gonna play this in Anaheim tonight

I wonder if I tweet at the lead singer of bowling for soup enough he will hang out with me

I heard you had a crush on Erick from Erick's Deli Cafe, want me to set you up?
Anonymous

I have a crush on Ike’s Girl from Ike’s place. Your information is incorrect.

brokenquill:

The second worst burn that Two Face has ever felt.


Hahahaha

brokenquill:

The second worst burn that Two Face has ever felt.

Hahahaha

jaake:

Hey hey hey!
Playing this show in Anaheim on Wednesday!
If you’re in the area you should come hang out with me.

jaake:

Hey hey hey!
Playing this show in Anaheim on Wednesday!
If you’re in the area you should come hang out with me.

comicsalliance:

50 years Later: Growth and Maturity in Amazing Spider-Man 1-50
In the beginning, Peter Parker was fifteen years old. He was too young for full manhood, but too old to be treated like a child. He was coddled by his family and abused by his peers. He was a beloved nephew and professional wallflower, a bitter bookworm and great student. Then he got bitten by a radioactive spider and everything changed. He became Spiderman first, and then Spider-Man. He grew up, moved out, found friends, discovered love, lost love, found love again, and became a man. The first 50 issues of Amazing Spider-Man chart the growing pains of Steve Ditko and Stan Lee’s baby boy, and show us something rare in cape comics: true and gradual growth.
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comicsalliance:

50 years Later: Growth and Maturity in Amazing Spider-Man 1-50

In the beginning, Peter Parker was fifteen years old. He was too young for full manhood, but too old to be treated like a child. He was coddled by his family and abused by his peers. He was a beloved nephew and professional wallflower, a bitter bookworm and great student. Then he got bitten by a radioactive spider and everything changed. He became Spiderman first, and then Spider-Man. He grew up, moved out, found friends, discovered love, lost love, found love again, and became a man. The first 50 issues of Amazing Spider-Man chart the growing pains of Steve Ditko and Stan Lee’s baby boy, and show us something rare in cape comics: true and gradual growth.

READ MORE

funruiner:

Various posters and covers for The Iron Giant

This is my favorite movie that there is

Hey hey hey!
Playing this show in Anaheim on Wednesday!
If you’re in the area you should come hang out with me.

Hey hey hey!
Playing this show in Anaheim on Wednesday!
If you’re in the area you should come hang out with me.

Death From Above 1979 - Romantic Rights
1,803 plays