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laughburnscalories:

"hey remember when you liked-"
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"hey remember when you-"
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"hey remember when-"
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How to ask a guy out by Raven Baxter

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terezipyroope:

person: u should like more colours

me: image

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gloomyteens:

where is the lie

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britney2007spears:

me: this celebrity is kinda good :-)!

tumblr: but… probematic! *brings out 116 receipts*

me:

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straaahlekind:

‘I was talking to a friend in the pub last night and saying that it’s interesting that we’ve never really been a part of any scene. I keep out of the way.’ (x)

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Ben Howard for ES Magazine 2014 (Tomo Brejc)

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straaahlekind:

Everything is Ben Howard and everything hurts.

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morehorror:

This could be interesting. Love the back story.

morehorror:

This could be interesting. Love the back story.

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penguintim:

"America is a land of freedom!!11!!"

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“It’s liberating to a certain degree to be able to put a track like [End Of The Affair] out and have people connect with it because you never know what people are going to connect with. The first record, never knew people were going to connect with that, especially not to the extent they did and to the point where we are now where people know all the songs on that first record. So it’s really funny to do a new one and go ‘what about this?’ The whole record, we sort of switched off from everyone and disappeared for a little bit. There was a kind of breakthrough halfway through recording where we really switched off from everyone and it was like ‘okay, don’t pay any attention to anything in your head. Obviously as a writer you’re conscious of other people’s opinions, even if they’re not part of your train of thought, it’s a presence there and so the best stuff kind of came when I switched off from that but realising that that was still a part of it.”  (photos by Lewis Harrison-Pinder)

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straaahlekind:

“The whole record, we sort of switched off from everyone and disappeared for a little bit. There was a kind of breakthrough halfway through recording where we really switched off from everyone and it was like ‘okay, don’t pay any attention to anything in your head. Obviously as a writer you’re conscious of other people’s opinions, even if they’re not part of your train of thought, it’s a presence there and so the best stuff kind of came when I switched off from that but realising that that was still a part of it.” // photocredit : Anette Geneva