FlyAwayFromItAll

16 and female

crydaisy:

emojustinyoung:

emojustinyoung:

he keeps getting stuck in the couch

this is my dog brian stuck in our couch in case u missed it

Omg

(via piglii)

liamnpayne:

when people correct ur grammar on the internet 

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(Source: ziambuttsex, via officialwhitegirls)

egobus:

omg my little brother was using my computer and look at his search history

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so embarrassing

(via bitterassfandom)

morelikebabedylan:

the thing is though everytime a girl compliments me on a dress/skirt with pockets and I declare THANKS IT HAS POCKETS her response completely changes from “oh that’s nice” to “FUCK ME BACKWARDS ARE YOU FOR REAL SHOW ME SHOW ME THE POCKETS”

(Source: catesstrophe, via dropdeadrivaille)

verticulars:

I think my parents consider me to be a god. Because they always ask me ridiculous questions that I don’t have the answer to.

(via shouldnt)

vacationadventuresociety:

canc3rsucks:

december-before-june:

There are a million reasons to respect and admire Enter Shikari, and this is one of them. I’ve always hated VIP packages. They didnt exist in this scene when I used to go to shows. So glad Rou isnt afraid to be vocal about it.

preach

not to mention that it encourages elitism among fans and that’s the worst thing you can do as musicians. you want to GIVE your fans an experience, not make it exclusive to those who have the money. sorry, I know for some of you paying for a meet & greet is the only way to meet your favorite band and it’s entirely up to you if you wanna do it, but it should be a special experience, not a bought one. and in my opinion paying for it makes it less special and genuine. I would want my favorite musician/band to want to meet me because they actually appreciate me as a fan, not because I paid them for it.

(via darkmiko)