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  4. hecallsmepineappleprincess:

    I died laughing for 8 million years

    (Source: hellyeahphineasandferb, via pizza)

     

  5. allisonilene:

    sadhailey:

    HANDS DOWN THE BEST SCENE OF ANY TV SHOW EVER

    YES

    (Source: raduyev, via colestclair)

     

  6. creepwalking:

    This fucking kills me every time!

    (Source: mrchompers, via noopinions)

     

  7. themomentofhappiness:

    Look at us. We’re hot.

     

  8. anonymousnerdgirl:

    godstilldontlikeugly:

    lindsaychrist:

    jollymermaid:

    qveenly:

    twelve-thirteen-eleven:

    Look at her phone omg

    The shoes tho

    i loved the 90s

    cadet kelly premiered in 2002

    everyone knows the 90s didn’t end until about 2004

    Reblogging for accuracy of the last comment.

    (Source: whitenaomicampbell, via cashewdeala)

     

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  10. officialconscience:

    awklicious:

    image

    Best post on tumblr

    i had to reblog this

    i just kinda laugh because the 101 dalmatians “real life” photo is actually the movie.

    (Source: iraffiruse, via helloitsgracesharto)

     

  11. (Source: fythefosters, via colestclair)

     

  12. rozenstar:

    taliabobalia:

    long distance relationships

    This made me laugh louder than it should

    (Source: daniels-gillies, via billybaecyrus)

     

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  14. littlebitofbass:

    (x)

    With words by Ed Sheeran and illustrations by his childhood friend, artist Phillip Butah (who produces artwork for Sheeran’s albums and singles), and accompanying photos, Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey is an exclusive, fully authorised, first-person account by Ed of how he became an internationally renowned singer-songwriter. In the book, Ed explores his early musical experiences and influences as well as his time recording and touring, right up to the release of his second album, ‘x’. The book reveals what drives and inspires Ed as he continues to evolve as an artist, while coping with stratospheric success, and is an honest account of what it takes to make it in the music business. With Phillip Butah’s distinctive portraits of Ed throughout, this is a unique book celebrating a unique musician. It includes Ed’s recollections of working tirelessly on the London gig circuit and self-releasing EPs, working hard on finding his sound, signing to Asylum Records and recording his huge hit album, ‘+’, performing at the Grammys, touring with Taylor Swift and sell-out headline gigs at Madison Square Garden. It takes us up to Ed as a musician today, including recording his new album, ‘x’.”

    (Source: sheeran-usa, via colestclair)

     

  15. Hi, my honey

    (Source: daily-gr4ce)