As much as I love my friends, I think that’s the last time I’m gonna open up like that for the rest of college. I just feel tired now and I don’t even wanna try making a best friend or two next year. I just found out I’m gonna be living in my own or with three random people next fall and I’m just sayin fuck it. Today I start living for myself and putting my walls back up. Whatever god is putting me through it’s for a reason and I probably won’t know for a while. In the mean time, any of my current friends feel like moving to maine next fall
If you were looking for the spiciest chips in America in 1969, you looked no further than Hotchas! C’mon…they were taco-flavored, America! How could these not still be around today?!
Don’t waste sunsets with people who will be gone by sunrise.
So tonight really blew. I’m gonna have a hard time opening up and treating people the same way if this is going to be how I get treated. Just two more years right…
Vacations were awesomer.
Screw Disneyland and it’s world of dreams, you were going to mother-effin’ Wizard Island. And, like a boss, you packed your pocket sized 9mm death wand and a pack of Big Red incase anyone’s magic got out of hand. So when school started again and all your classmates were sharing the same boring summer stories, you rocked their world with your adventures of kicking ass and chewing gum.
So, instead of going on a relaxing bullshit trip to Middle-of-Fucks-Nowhere-Ville for some sand in your ass, why not go chase some danger again and come back to work with an awesomer story that will have your coworkers worshiping your badass.
Throwback Thursday to when Elijah Wood and Macaulay Culkin were awesomer kids.
Your portraits were on point. Now they’re a duck faced disaster. Get back to being an awesomer kid.
You were the bridge jumping friend that other parents warned their kids to stay away from. You were an awesomer kid.
Muhibija Buljubasic, 56, poses for photo with cutlery and a Samsung Galaxy S4 phone on his body and head in Srebrenik, February 23, 2014. Buljubasic discovered five years ago that he had the unusual ability to attach items to his body by radiating a special energy. Without making any special preparation, he was able to hold on to spoons, forks, knives and other kitchen appliances, as well as non-metal objects like remote controls and cell phones. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic
Australia from above reveals a sparsely populated frontier land with little infrastructure, populated by cattle barons, crocodile hunters and aboriginal tribes. All photos: REUTERS/David Gray
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