Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die
Four Year Strong
Sad enough to say that alone I can barely light a match, but together we can burn this place down.
alex turner winning a brit
I have never wanted to kiss another man more in my life
NOOOO NO NO NONO FUCK FUCK FUCKIG CBS IS TELLING WOMEN NOT TO REPORT SEXUAL HARASSMENT BECAUSE IT WILL “DAMAGE THEIR CAREERS” and “HARASSMENT IS AN UNFORTUNATE PART OF CLIMBING THE LADDER” I AM SO ANGRY THEY ARE LITERALLY TURNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT INTO A NORM THIS IS NOT OKAY
This is an actual article and I’m still having a hard time believing it’s real.
i still care about this a lot
this is beautifull
I love this a lot.
As we danced
To your favorite song
You made a face
Like you were having much funThe Maine ~ Like We Did (When We Were Lost)
The Dope Beat ft. Dan “Soupy” Campbell
I hope to meet you
Everybody hates you
THE LUMINEERS - Big Parade
I Can’t Do This Alone -Balance and Composure
To me, alcohol and literature are synonymous. I treasure the days that I get to come home to a good book and glass of wine. It’s a simple thing, but thorough and satisfying. In another sense, just take a look at author statistics. Hint: a helluva lot of them drank a little more than they should have, to put it mildly. However, I’m not suggesting that “getting drunk” has anything to do with enjoying a novel or poem. Quite the opposite. What I am saying is that I think they’re two sides of the same coin in the sense of “atmosphere” enhancers. I’m one of those people that needs a certain setting to be able to fully lose myself in a novel. I’ve found that a glass of wine at home, under a warm blanket is my personal favorite mix. But to keep it from getting same-ole-same-ole, I started to think of other cocktails that might go well with their literary counterparts. For instance, Faulkner would probably roll in his grave if he found out someone was drinking anything less than good whiskey while reading him. Hemingway on the other hand… well, I think he’d be satisfied with just about anything as long as it had champagne in it and was based in the tropics.
So below, I’ve listed a few well-known novels and my drink equivalent. For a twist, I’ve added a few more modern-day novels to the mix. Beg to differ, offer your own input; any commentary is welcome.
The most respectable moment in sports is after a Stanley Cup Playoff series. When players line up and shake hands after beating each other up for anywhere between 4 and 7 games. One is elated. The other, heartbroken.
Today the first series of the 2014 playoffs ended. Montreal swept the Tampa Bay Lightning in commanding fashion.