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Friendship.

Friendship.

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The dumbest thing I did this spring break was grow out my facial hair.

I peed off a cliff which was both pointless and stupid but I’m proud of that.

I didn’t shave all week because I’m on spring break and I wanted to see how much I could grow in a week. Apparently, I can grow as much as a 10 year old boy.

I don’t know why I tried. I barely have any upper body hair. Ladies, go two weeks without shaving your underarms and you’ll have more hair there than I’ve had my entire life.

I don’t mind the little chest hair or armpit hair but I want to have some gnarly facial hair. I want to have the facial hair of a flanneled man who just emerged from a month long trek through the woods. But alas, I can only grow the facial hair of a 13 year old boy trying to impress a 19 year old girl.

New theory: If I listen to Motorhead as I shave, my facial hair will grow fuller and thicker.

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Anonymous asked: Totally agree with the Morphine and Cracker, though Camper Van Beethoven may be better than Cracker. Hard to state. Have you heard Kimono My House by Sparks?

No I have not. Most of the artists that have been suggested are ones that I’ve never given much thought to or thought about looking into.

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"I almost wish I was born now, because young people seem to be much more beautiful and brighter than my generation. I want to pay them tribute."

Director Abdellatif Kechiche on his intentions for the film Blue is the Warmest Color.

I’m putting this up because I think this is the first time that I’ve read anything positive about my generation online. People on social networking sites like to talk about how my generation is a terrible one, how we’re stupid, and how we serve no purpose and I’ve noticed that the ones that post such things are the ones who embody this sentiment. I like to give my generation and people my age a little more credit than we’re usually given.

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Anonymous asked: Zappa is a genius - it is obvious that you must add Joe's Garage to your must listen category. It takes some time, and occasionally the satire can be overwhelming - but the text is about art, imagination and the crass commercialization of both. Blow job jokes get old quick, but the overall message (and mind blowing music) is worth all tedium. Be sure to follow along with a reputable lyric site!

Now this I am familiar with! I know that Zappa is a genius and I know that his use of humor was a way to get complicated music out to a mass audience. Joe’s Garage is an album that I’m very familiar with. I was a bit obsessed when I first discovered Zappa but I’ve recently felt the desire to listen to Zappa and to go deeper into his catalog.

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Anonymous asked: Australian band Split Enz made several great album, but the one with the best New Wave, Post Punk attitude is the early 80's True Colours. Nobody Takes Seriously Anyway, What's the Matter with You, Shark Attack and the beautiful, I Hope I Never are incredible songs.

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Anonymous asked: Black Crowes' Amorica!

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Anonymous asked: You will love Morphine's haunting masterwork, Cure for Pain. Absolutely smashing. Cracker's Kerosene Hat is excellent too. Both alternate looks at early-mid 90's.

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"If you end up with a boring miserable life because you listened to your mom, your dad, your teacher, your priest, or some guy on television telling you how to do your shit, then you deserve it."

— Frank Zappa

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I was just on Omegle. The stranger asked me why I was on Omegle. I told them it was because I was bored and feeling a bit lonely. I then asked why they were on Omegle. They said because they were also lonely.

I asked the Stranger why they felt lonely. I was expecting some deep answer that would also relate to my loneliness but the Stranger said “because I’m by myself?.”