This song reminds me of when Lindsay goes through her first bout of unrequited love on Freaks and Geeks… and this hilarious conversation (I keep randomly cracking up over it).
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1. good things don’t come to those who wait, they come to those who go out and get them.
2. just because you’re not doing the wrong things, it doesn’t mean that you’re doing the right things.
a youtube user shares an opinion
The reason Photoshop was invented
This will always and forever be hilarious.
A trip down sensory lane.
I didn’t realize it, but the days came along one after another, and then two years were gone, and everything was gone, and I was gone.
— F. Scott Fitzgerald (via sophianism)
so i’ve been trying to learn german. i’ve been wanting to for a long time, but it wasn’t offered at my highschool, and i could never fit it into my schedule in college. now that i am in this weird post-grad limbo, i figure it’s the perfect time. i find that listening to music really helps when it comes to language learning, especially with pronunciation, which is particularly helpful for me because i don’t have anyone to practice verbally with. so i’ve been trying to search around the internet for some cool german music. i don’t know if i’m just looking in the wrong places, or if i’m not looking hard enough, but given all that i’ve found so far, it seems to me like all german music is mid-tempo pop rock (except for this weird kind of rap stuff by some guy called “marteria”, or something like that, which i find endlessly entertaining). one band that i’m liking is fotos. the chorus of this song, “mauer”, gets stuck in my head for hours. my german’s not even close to anything decent yet, but i wanna say that the main line in the chorus is saying “i build a wall”.
I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate to do…For I have the desire to do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For I do not do the good I want to do, but the evil I do not want to do—this I keep on doing
— Romans 7:15, 18-19