I LOVED THIS MOMENT I WOULD REPLAY IT OVER AND OVER UNTIL MY MOM WOULD MAKE ME STOP
THIS IS THE SHITTTTT
be honest now, we all try and hit that high note every timeee
WASSSSSSSSSSSHED MY SINS AWAAAAAAAAAY!!!
cause every time we touch
i get this feeling
"I didn’t even have a clue [in the beginning]. But with practice and training, I learned, and the more I sang, the better I became. The central lesson has nothing to do with innate talent. This isn’t about the fabulousness of me. I don’t think I am extraordinarily talented. To me, it’s a testament to hard work, and the idea that, if you get a break, you can do anything. I really mean it: If I can do it, anybody can do it. […] That’s the most exciting part: It’s true. It proves how amazing we all are as people, and how much potential we have as human beings."
so you’ve never heard wonderwall before? *grabs acoustic* i think i still got it in me. havent played guitar in months. lets see what i can do. here goes nothing
This whole dialogue sequence
must have been so much fun to write.
this is honestly heart breaking to watch
my goal for this semester is to title all of my papers using lyrics from kanye west songs
i’m in it to win it mothafuckers
no one has noticed yet
i feel like my references to kanye west may be lost on my 40+ year old professors
five weeks left in the semester and i’m still going strong
You are a hero!
roman era British saying. (via jethroq)
I FUCKING SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE AND I SALUTE YOU SIR
"I’ve never understood why people have to become brats when they become successful. I think you should work harder when you become successful because people are expecting more from you. Success doesn’t mean that you’re allowed to work less and treat people like shit. I’m not really supposed to say shit. Now I’ve gone and said it twice."