mighty-in-sorrow:

Marching Music for Psychic Youth

mighty-in-sorrow:

Marching Music for Psychic Youth

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hothotphone:

"Coasters"
“Wow, you sure have a lot of coasters.”
“I know, right? Gotta protect your surfaces.”
“Since you brought it up, where are your tables?”

“Sold them. Needed money for the coasters.”
“Then where do you put your glasses down?”
“Don’t have any glasses. Sold them to buy more coasters.”
“So what do you use the coasters for?”
“To start conversations.”
“How do you end the conversations?”
“Haven’t gotten that far yet. Hey, check out my coasters.”
“Wow, you sure have a lot of coasters.”
[Keaton Patti is a writer and comedian living in New York City. You may remember him from the previous sentence.]

hothotphone:

"Coasters"

“Wow, you sure have a lot of coasters.”

“I know, right? Gotta protect your surfaces.”

“Since you brought it up, where are your tables?”

“Sold them. Needed money for the coasters.”

“Then where do you put your glasses down?”

“Don’t have any glasses. Sold them to buy more coasters.”

“So what do you use the coasters for?”

“To start conversations.”

“How do you end the conversations?”

“Haven’t gotten that far yet. Hey, check out my coasters.”

“Wow, you sure have a lot of coasters.”

[Keaton Patti is a writer and comedian living in New York City. You may remember him from the previous sentence.]

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lebritanyarmor:

asvpfrenchie:

real shit

this is so me .

lebritanyarmor:

asvpfrenchie:

real shit

this is so me .

Reblogged from Black Culture

Johnny Cash singing Folsom Prison Blues (1969) (x)

ghaas:

Happy birthday Lux!

saltysamgirl said: 1) I have one story I find interesting, kind of in response to all men who think that women/feminists should care more about discrimination against men. So my mother is a teacher in school, and she made a survey in her school, on kids 13-16 years old, about gender roles and gender discrimination in school. Some of the questions were about boys i.e. "Do you agree that boys should be taller and stronger than their girlfriends" or "Do you agree that boys shouldn't cry".

2) And guess which gender agreed more with statements like this? That’s right! Only 30% of girls agreed that boys shouldn’t be allowed to cry, against 70% of boys who thought that it’s true. So, men: it’s not women who limits you and set standards for masculinity. It’s patriarchy. If you’re really bothered by things like this, you should try to destroy this system, not feminist movement.

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