Dean.Is.Legend

orangepenguino:

glowcloud:

effington:

This is one of the purest and goodest videos that exists on the web

human mans making music for me!! for only me, a beluga?? music just for me, me, a beluga whale????

And  its companion video (in my eyes) cows enjoying jazz music.

(Source: effingtomb, via jamesmoosh)

twinfantasy:

Taken at the farewell show for the beloved Soapbox Laundro-Lounge, that will be closing down in August. The actual show itself was moved to the Brooklyn Arts Center. Still, you can’t go wrong with a metal show being played in a old church.

twinfantasy:

Taken at the farewell show for the beloved Soapbox Laundro-Lounge, that will be closing down in August. The actual show itself was moved to the Brooklyn Arts Center. Still, you can’t go wrong with a metal show being played in a old church.

(via thedungeonwitch)

general-eclectic:

don: why do they all have the word “love” in it?
unknown lady who’s not peggy: they asked for it.
don: it’s a big word.
not ginsberg or anyone else i recognize: i guess they heard it on the news.
don: what the hell is this?
not peggy: they’re newlyweds.
don: this couple doesn’t exist. anything matrimonial feels Paleolithic. 
…
don: let’s try to treat the word “love” as something substantial. 
not peggy: i don’t think that’s possible in this context.
don: so then why are we contributing to the trivialization of the word? it doesn’t belong in the kitchen. “i love this.” “i love my oven.” “you know what i’d love? i’d love a hamburger. we’re wearing it out. let’s leave it where we want it. we want that electric jolt to the body. we want Eros. it’s like a drug. it’s not domestic. what’s the difference between a husband knocking on a door and a sailor getting off a ship? about 10,000 volts.

general-eclectic:

don: why do they all have the word “love” in it?

unknown lady who’s not peggy: they asked for it.

don: it’s a big word.

not ginsberg or anyone else i recognize: i guess they heard it on the news.

don: what the hell is this?

not peggy: they’re newlyweds.

don: this couple doesn’t exist. anything matrimonial feels Paleolithic. 

don: let’s try to treat the word “love” as something substantial. 

not peggy: i don’t think that’s possible in this context.

don: so then why are we contributing to the trivialization of the word? it doesn’t belong in the kitchen. “i love this.” “i love my oven.” “you know what i’d love? i’d love a hamburger. we’re wearing it out. let’s leave it where we want it. we want that electric jolt to the body. we want Eros. it’s like a drug. it’s not domestic. what’s the difference between a husband knocking on a door and a sailor getting off a ship? about 10,000 volts.

(via rararappinghood)