Was just judged tonight based on a manic episode I had three months ago and I’m just sitting here listening to the Traveling Wilburys thinking, “what the efff???”. Like, dudes, I’m trying really hard to be the healthiest version of myself but whipping out judgements based on behaviors I can’t control isn’t very chill.
I’m over it, guys. I really can’t be worried about what you all think of me. It doesn’t matter.
“In a decision of startling breadth, the Court holds that commercial enterprises, including corporations, along with partnerships and sole proprietorships, can opt out of any law (saving only tax laws) they judge incompatible with their sincerely held religious beliefs.”—Justice Ginsburg doesn’t fuck around with her dissenting opinions. (via coketalk)
This song is the musical equivalent of a beer and BBQ pool party at some shitty apartment building in the Valley that you really didn’t want to go to, but your best friend drags you to it anyways, and there happens to be this one ridiculously hot guy who offers to smoke a joint with you, and the two of you end up fooling around like delinquent teenagers on the rooftop until you realize you’re getting sunburned in places that neither of you will be able to explain.
Dads are the best. My Dad, Hot Dads, Cab Dads, Subway Dads. There are Dads all around — good dudes who respect young girls and raise us (My Dad), watch us make it to the front door (Cab Dads), try to make a crying baby smile (Subway Dads), and look so goddamn good and are so goddamned sweet that you can’t help but want to ruin their marriage (Hot Dads).
“If you’re out there, wild and alive with so much still to see and do, don’t worry. The party marches on. The people are still lustrous. What’s changed for me, however, is that I now know that some nights must end, and some people I will lose. Getting older means learning how to say goodbye – to grieve and to grow.” -Bunny Kinney
“The world needs you. It doesn’t need you at a party having read a book about how to appear smart at parties – these books exist, and they’re tempting – but resist falling into that trap. The world needs you at the party starting real conversations, saying, ‘I don’t know,’ and being kind.”—Charlie Kaufman’s BAFTA speech, here. (via hannahbellamy)