Well, you guys, tonight was bizarre. I just covered the Under the Sun show at the Greek featuring Sugar Ray, Smash Mouth, Vertical Horizon, Gin Blossoms, and Fastball. First of all, Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray grabbed my camera which resulted to some very awesome shots. THEN Steve of Smash Mouth TOOK MY CAMERA FROM ME and started taking shots of the audience and the band. So bizarre and awesome. Great night!

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40 Ways to Stay Fat Forever | Thought Catalog

justinhook:

fuckyeahtiffliu:

upsideumop:

1. Learn how to cook — pancakes.
2. Avoid jogging when it’s hot. Or cold. Or early. Or late.
3. Tell people you had salad for lunch when you actually had a chicken-salad sandwich.
4. Only listen to medical studies that say you should keep doing what you’re already doing — namely, eating chocolate and drinking beer.

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Another one by me on the Thought Catalog!

dailyseinfeld:

ELAINE (throws the script at Jerry): I’m not even in here!
JERRY: Yeah, I know.
ELAINE: I thought there was going to be a character named Elaine Benes.
JERRY: Well, there were too many people in the room, we couldn’t keep track of everybody. George, and the butler, and…
ELAINE: You couldn’t “keep track” of everybody?
JERRY: Well, we tried. We couldn’t. We didn’t know how to, uh…<confessing> …we couldn’t write for a woman. We didn’t know what you would say. Even right now, I’m sitting here, I know you’re going to say something, I have no idea what it is.
ELAINE: You have no idea?
JERRY: Something derogatory?

(via The Shoes)

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Ever since the dawn of civilization, 20-somethings have been united by their faith in one true goal. They keep this at the forefront of their minds by reciting the following mantra: I will find a job and not be a complete failure. I will find a job and not be a complete failure. Many 20-somethings chant this as part of their morning routines, though it is especially important to recite during major holidays and phone calls with parents.