1. ala-bas-ter:

Alabaster in the summertime
  2. "People run from rain but
    sit
    in bathtubs full of
    water."
    -

    Charles Bukowski (via bittersweetsongs)

    Wow bukowski so profound do you also bathe fully clothed you dickhead. “Oohh isn’t it funny that a person will eat when they’re hungry but will duck if you throw an apple at their face”

    (via coolestpriest)

    (Source: cachaemic, via ibad)

  3. nelsoncarpenter:

freeflyer09:  Dream On on Flickr.
  4. theonion:

Exit From Apartment Delayed 20 Seconds To Avoid Pleasantries With Neighbor

so real
  5. Joe Mande on why he hates Macklemore’s “Same Love”

    AVC: Do you think the song is pandering?

    JM: I think it’s pandering and it’s sort of manipulative. I think he also is so self satisfied; there’s a gross element of that. He’s super corny, but it’s also a corny song and it’s being devoured by corny white kids who like don’t even listen to hip-hop and already believe in gay marriage, so he’s preaching to the choir, to kids in high school who are in the choir. I know it’s well intentioned and I agree with the sentiment of the song, but I feel the same way about that song that I feel about Bill Maher. I agree with what he’s saying. I just hate how he’s saying it.

    AVC: It’s definitely self-congratulatory.

    JM: That’s the thing. You can tell just by his voice and how triumphantly he’s delivering the lyrics that he thinks he’s being so brave, but it’s like, “No. It’s 2014 and you’re a white dude with a Hitler-youth haircut.”

    AVC: From Seattle.

    JM: And you’re from Seattle. I’m pretty sure everyone can tell you believe in gay marriage. I’d be more surprised if he made a song about how he loves gluten. Like how gluten deserves equal rights. I’d be like, “Yeah, that’s really brave of him. That’s so cool of a guy from Seattle to say something cool about gluten.”

    He puts himself up on this pedestal like he’s the first rapper to be open-minded and that’s not true at all.