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hey there’s an errant boob in your message 

and here - (.) i found the other one

take them both and give ‘em away at tumblrmarketing 

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i ain’t interested in no dating game

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IN DA LIB

In honor of the bundle of tears and pain and agony and cruel and unusual punishment that is finals week (I am so fucked I don’t even know how fucked I am)

AHEM.

Go, go, go, go, go, go

go shawty, it’s finals week
We gon do that research cuz it’s finals week
We gon write some papers cuz it’s finals week
And you know life is gonna suck cuz it’s finals week

Hook: You can find me in the lib, in a carrel yelling FUCK
Look mami, I got the addy if you into takin drugs
I’m into dat black coffee filled up in my mug
If black coffee make you go “ugh,” well man up and take a chug
x2 

When you pull up that word doc, and check the time on the clock
When it’s already midnight and you got writer’s block
Thought your semester was easy, now ALL THE profs giving you work
ALL due at the same time, YO EXCUSE YOU THIS IS ABSURD

An hour later ain’t nothin changed, blank doc, time’s UP
Better finish that cold coffee bottoms UP
If you watch how I write you’ll mistake me for an illiterate
I  mean I learned how to read but I can’t write for shit
In my fam you got my mom saying “baby you smart”
My mom likes me, but I want profs to love me like they love Descartes

Damn fuck this you need a drink because yolo
But how do you yolo when the lib’s got you in a choke hold
Try to focus, man, your grades on your mind
But lol what’s the point when you been on the grind
Since you were a freshman and actually cared
and now your motivation as a senior - can’t even compare

Repeat hook 

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YOU WOULD THINK THAT MY VORACIOUS APPETITE FOR RAP MUSIC WOULD HAVE MANIFESTED ITSELF SOMEWHAT IN TOLERABLE RAP LYRICS BUT NO

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Amongst the many things in life that baffle me, and due to my low level of intelligence, there are many many many things that baffle me, but -

WHY or HOW Catcher in the Rye is considered a canonical work of American literature is a pressing question I have not been able to even go about formulating an answer to.

Actually, the entire book felt rather like a prototype for the modern day “firstworldproblem” meme: jaded rich white kid experiencing faux-existential crises (which, actually, are thinly disguised ways of justifying own laziness. I speak from personal experience of being a complacent whiny bitch), and taking up an entire book to incessantly whine about it - 

But then again, most “canonical literature” have been compiled and decided thus by smug old white dudes, so - 

I am SO sick of reading about only MEN’S comings-of-age. I don’t care about men’s pubescent angst and horniness and female-driven insecurity and how boys become men through symbolic and literal rites of passage (this especially seems to be the case with American fiction. Hemingway. yawn. Steinbeck. yawn. Melville. already asleep)

And then for “good” fiction with “compelling” female characters…we have Jane Austen. Who wrote Victorian chick lit.

O happy days 

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The awkward moment Marcelo is cuter than a baby

coldbloodedenforcers:

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Sometimes I wish I could just say this to people.

this is dedicated to all those people who ever found me ~standoffish, aloof, or particularly bitchy.

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coldbloodedenforcers:

TEN MUTHA FUCKIN POINTS 

this is now officially true

coldbloodedenforcers:

TEN MUTHA FUCKIN POINTS 

this is now officially true

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♫ CLASSICAL  MEGAPOST ♫ 
These badass GQMFs were the rock stars of their day. And   they  damn well still are to me. So herein lies my top 46 classical pieces of all time. Chosen  are  my  absolute favorites out of the close to 400 tracks I have  in  my  library. Feel free to download and make your   music  collection just a tad bit classier.
Part 1: +
◆ 	Violin Concerto - Felix Mendelssohn 	  ◆ 	I Got Rhythm -  George Gershwin 	  ◆ 	Danse Macabre - Camille Saint-Saens 	  ◆ 	 Walpurgisnacht Ballet 5 - Charles François Gounod 	  ◆ 	Etude Op.10 No. 3  - Frédéric Chopin 	  ◆ 	Fossils - Camille Saint-Saens 	  ◆ 	Act II. a.  Adage - Adolphe Adam 	  ◆ 	Un Sospiro - Concert Etude in D Flat Major -  Frans Liszt 	  ◆ 	Pineapple Rag (Violin) - Scott Joplin 	  ◆ 	Overture  to Don Quixote - Leon Minkus 	  ◆ 	William Tell Overture - Gioachino  Rossini 	  ◆ 	Presto - Igor Stravinsky 	  ◆ 	Andante Rapsodico - Igor  Stravinsky 	  ◆ 	Allegro Capriccioso Ma Tempo Giusto - Igor Stravinsky 	   ◆ 	Le Carnaval des Animaux: Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saens 	  ◆ 	 Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto - Ludwig Van Beethoven  	  ◆ 	Vivace - Johann Sebastian Bach 	  ◆ 	Largo Ma Non Tanto - Johann  Sebastian Bach 	  ◆ 	Allegro - Johann Sebastian Bach 	  ◆ 	Palladio: I  Allegretto - Karl Jenkins 	  ◆ 	Act 2 - Gypsy Camp: Gypsy Dance 2 - Leon  Minkus 	  ◆ 	Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act II, 13. Dances of the Swans: V.  Andante - Andante Non Troppo - Allegro - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky 	  ◆  	Grand Tarantella - Louis Moreau Gottschalk 	  ◆ 	Op. 71 - Act 1: In The  Pine Forest - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky 	  ◆ 	Op. 71 - Act 1: Waltz Of  The Snowflakes - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky
Part 2: +
◆ 	Stars & Stripes Coda - John Philip Sousa 	◆ 	Prelude -  Johann Sebastian Bach 	◆ 	Moonlight Sonata - Johann Sebastian Bach 	◆ 	 Summer III. Presto - Antonio Vivaldi 	◆ 	The Sick Doll - Pyotr Il’yich  Tchaikovsky 	◆ 	The Entertainer - Scott Joplin 	◆ 	La Bayadère (Andante)  - Leon Minkus 	◆ 	The Thieving Magpie (Abridged) - Gioacchino Rossini 	◆  	Dance Of The Hours - Amilcare Ponchielli 	◆ 	Dies Irae - Wolfgang  Amadeus Mozart 	◆ 	Man I Love - George Gershwin 	◆ 	Vltava (The Moldau) -  Bedřich Smetana 	◆ 	The Swan - Camille Saint-Saens 	◆ 	Symphony No. 5  In C Minor, Op. 67: Allegro Con Brio - Ludwig Van Beethoven 	◆ 	Pavane  Op.50 - Gabriel Fauré 	◆ 	Pachelbel’s Canon in D major - Johann  Sebastian Bach 	◆ 	Gymnopédie No. 1 - Erik Satie 	◆ 	Serenade for  Strings in C major, Op.48 - I. Pezzo in forma di Sonatina. Andante non  troppo - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky 	◆ 	Bethena (A Concert Waltz) - Scott  Joplin 	◆ 	Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act IV: 29. Finale (Andante - Allegro  Agitato - Alla Breve - Moderato e Maestoso) - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky  	◆ 	1812 Overture, OP. 49 - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky


Remember when Ludwig owned that awesome record label Deaf Jams
and he released an underground album by Mozart under the pseudonym “one man wolfgang”?
good times man good times
I wish they’d come bach

CLASSICAL  MEGAPOST 

These badass GQMFs were the rock stars of their day. And they damn well still are to me. So herein lies my top 46 classical pieces of all time. Chosen are my absolute favorites out of the close to 400 tracks I have in my library. Feel free to download and make your music collection just a tad bit classier.

Part 1: +

◆ Violin Concerto - Felix Mendelssohn ◆ I Got Rhythm - George Gershwin ◆ Danse Macabre - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Walpurgisnacht Ballet 5 - Charles François Gounod ◆ Etude Op.10 No. 3 - Frédéric Chopin ◆ Fossils - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Act II. a. Adage - Adolphe Adam ◆ Un Sospiro - Concert Etude in D Flat Major - Frans Liszt ◆ Pineapple Rag (Violin) - Scott Joplin ◆ Overture to Don Quixote - Leon Minkus ◆ William Tell Overture - Gioachino Rossini ◆ Presto - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Andante Rapsodico - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Allegro Capriccioso Ma Tempo Giusto - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Le Carnaval des Animaux: Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto - Ludwig Van Beethoven ◆ Vivace - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Largo Ma Non Tanto - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Allegro - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Palladio: I Allegretto - Karl Jenkins ◆ Act 2 - Gypsy Camp: Gypsy Dance 2 - Leon Minkus ◆ Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act II, 13. Dances of the Swans: V. Andante - Andante Non Troppo - Allegro - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Grand Tarantella - Louis Moreau Gottschalk ◆ Op. 71 - Act 1: In The Pine Forest - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Op. 71 - Act 1: Waltz Of The Snowflakes - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky

Part 2: +

◆ Stars & Stripes Coda - John Philip Sousa ◆ Prelude - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Moonlight Sonata - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Summer III. Presto - Antonio Vivaldi ◆ The Sick Doll - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ The Entertainer - Scott Joplin ◆ La Bayadère (Andante) - Leon Minkus ◆ The Thieving Magpie (Abridged) - Gioacchino Rossini ◆ Dance Of The Hours - Amilcare Ponchielli ◆ Dies Irae - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ◆ Man I Love - George Gershwin ◆ Vltava (The Moldau) - Bedřich Smetana ◆ The Swan - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op. 67: Allegro Con Brio - Ludwig Van Beethoven ◆ Pavane Op.50 - Gabriel Fauré ◆ Pachelbel’s Canon in D major - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Gymnopédie No. 1 - Erik Satie ◆ Serenade for Strings in C major, Op.48 - I. Pezzo in forma di Sonatina. Andante non troppo - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Bethena (A Concert Waltz) - Scott Joplin ◆ Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act IV: 29. Finale (Andante - Allegro Agitato - Alla Breve - Moderato e Maestoso) - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ 1812 Overture, OP. 49 - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky

Remember when Ludwig owned that awesome record label Deaf Jams

and he released an underground album by Mozart under the pseudonym “one man wolfgang”?

good times man good times

I wish they’d come bach

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♫ CLASSICAL  MEGAPOST ♫ 
These badass GQMFs were the rock stars of their day. And   they  damn well still are to me. So herein lies my top 46 classical pieces of all time. Chosen  are  my  absolute favorites out of the close to 400 tracks I have  in  my  library. Feel free to download and make your   music  collection just a tad bit classier.
Part 1: +
◆ 	Violin Concerto - Felix Mendelssohn 	  ◆ 	I Got Rhythm -  George Gershwin 	  ◆ 	Danse Macabre - Camille Saint-Saens 	  ◆ 	 Walpurgisnacht Ballet 5 - Charles François Gounod 	  ◆ 	Etude Op.10 No. 3  - Frédéric Chopin 	  ◆ 	Fossils - Camille Saint-Saens 	  ◆ 	Act II. a.  Adage - Adolphe Adam 	  ◆ 	Un Sospiro - Concert Etude in D Flat Major -  Frans Liszt 	  ◆ 	Pineapple Rag (Violin) - Scott Joplin 	  ◆ 	Overture  to Don Quixote - Leon Minkus 	  ◆ 	William Tell Overture - Gioachino  Rossini 	  ◆ 	Presto - Igor Stravinsky 	  ◆ 	Andante Rapsodico - Igor  Stravinsky 	  ◆ 	Allegro Capriccioso Ma Tempo Giusto - Igor Stravinsky 	   ◆ 	Le Carnaval des Animaux: Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saens 	  ◆ 	 Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto - Ludwig Van Beethoven  	  ◆ 	Vivace - Johann Sebastian Bach 	  ◆ 	Largo Ma Non Tanto - Johann  Sebastian Bach 	  ◆ 	Allegro - Johann Sebastian Bach 	  ◆ 	Palladio: I  Allegretto - Karl Jenkins 	  ◆ 	Act 2 - Gypsy Camp: Gypsy Dance 2 - Leon  Minkus 	  ◆ 	Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act II, 13. Dances of the Swans: V.  Andante - Andante Non Troppo - Allegro - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky 	  ◆  	Grand Tarantella - Louis Moreau Gottschalk 	  ◆ 	Op. 71 - Act 1: In The  Pine Forest - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky 	  ◆ 	Op. 71 - Act 1: Waltz Of  The Snowflakes - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky
Part 2: +
◆ 	Stars & Stripes Coda - John Philip Sousa 	◆ 	Prelude -  Johann Sebastian Bach 	◆ 	Moonlight Sonata - Johann Sebastian Bach 	◆ 	 Summer III. Presto - Antonio Vivaldi 	◆ 	The Sick Doll - Pyotr Il’yich  Tchaikovsky 	◆ 	The Entertainer - Scott Joplin 	◆ 	La Bayadère (Andante)  - Leon Minkus 	◆ 	The Thieving Magpie (Abridged) - Gioacchino Rossini 	◆  	Dance Of The Hours - Amilcare Ponchielli 	◆ 	Dies Irae - Wolfgang  Amadeus Mozart 	◆ 	Man I Love - George Gershwin 	◆ 	Vltava (The Moldau) -  Bedřich Smetana 	◆ 	The Swan - Camille Saint-Saens 	◆ 	Symphony No. 5  In C Minor, Op. 67: Allegro Con Brio - Ludwig Van Beethoven 	◆ 	Pavane  Op.50 - Gabriel Fauré 	◆ 	Pachelbel’s Canon in D major - Johann  Sebastian Bach 	◆ 	Gymnopédie No. 1 - Erik Satie 	◆ 	Serenade for  Strings in C major, Op.48 - I. Pezzo in forma di Sonatina. Andante non  troppo - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky 	◆ 	Bethena (A Concert Waltz) - Scott  Joplin 	◆ 	Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act IV: 29. Finale (Andante - Allegro  Agitato - Alla Breve - Moderato e Maestoso) - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky  	◆ 	1812 Overture, OP. 49 - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky


Remember when Ludwig owned that awesome record label Deaf Jams
and he released an underground album by Mozart under the pseudonym “one man wolfgang”?
good times man good times
I wish they’d come bach

CLASSICAL  MEGAPOST 

These badass GQMFs were the rock stars of their day. And they damn well still are to me. So herein lies my top 46 classical pieces of all time. Chosen are my absolute favorites out of the close to 400 tracks I have in my library. Feel free to download and make your music collection just a tad bit classier.

Part 1: +

◆ Violin Concerto - Felix Mendelssohn ◆ I Got Rhythm - George Gershwin ◆ Danse Macabre - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Walpurgisnacht Ballet 5 - Charles François Gounod ◆ Etude Op.10 No. 3 - Frédéric Chopin ◆ Fossils - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Act II. a. Adage - Adolphe Adam ◆ Un Sospiro - Concert Etude in D Flat Major - Frans Liszt ◆ Pineapple Rag (Violin) - Scott Joplin ◆ Overture to Don Quixote - Leon Minkus ◆ William Tell Overture - Gioachino Rossini ◆ Presto - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Andante Rapsodico - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Allegro Capriccioso Ma Tempo Giusto - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Le Carnaval des Animaux: Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto - Ludwig Van Beethoven ◆ Vivace - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Largo Ma Non Tanto - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Allegro - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Palladio: I Allegretto - Karl Jenkins ◆ Act 2 - Gypsy Camp: Gypsy Dance 2 - Leon Minkus ◆ Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act II, 13. Dances of the Swans: V. Andante - Andante Non Troppo - Allegro - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Grand Tarantella - Louis Moreau Gottschalk ◆ Op. 71 - Act 1: In The Pine Forest - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Op. 71 - Act 1: Waltz Of The Snowflakes - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky

Part 2: +

◆ Stars & Stripes Coda - John Philip Sousa ◆ Prelude - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Moonlight Sonata - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Summer III. Presto - Antonio Vivaldi ◆ The Sick Doll - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ The Entertainer - Scott Joplin ◆ La Bayadère (Andante) - Leon Minkus ◆ The Thieving Magpie (Abridged) - Gioacchino Rossini ◆ Dance Of The Hours - Amilcare Ponchielli ◆ Dies Irae - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ◆ Man I Love - George Gershwin ◆ Vltava (The Moldau) - Bedřich Smetana ◆ The Swan - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op. 67: Allegro Con Brio - Ludwig Van Beethoven ◆ Pavane Op.50 - Gabriel Fauré ◆ Pachelbel’s Canon in D major - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Gymnopédie No. 1 - Erik Satie ◆ Serenade for Strings in C major, Op.48 - I. Pezzo in forma di Sonatina. Andante non troppo - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Bethena (A Concert Waltz) - Scott Joplin ◆ Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act IV: 29. Finale (Andante - Allegro Agitato - Alla Breve - Moderato e Maestoso) - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ 1812 Overture, OP. 49 - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky

Remember when Ludwig owned that awesome record label Deaf Jams

and he released an underground album by Mozart under the pseudonym “one man wolfgang”?

good times man good times

I wish they’d come bach

(Source: camiyak, via captainbates)