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sadgal666:

zachary robinson

Timestamp: 1413758830

sadgal666:

zachary robinson

lacoste:

Yellow Sun

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lacoste:

Yellow Sun

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Perks | Deleted Scene | The Poem

This was one of the most important parts of the book. Glad they filmed it but I wish it had made it into the final cut.

gaystray:

do you ever just smell an old perfume, or hear an old song, or pass an old hangout spot and kinda break inside for a couple minutes

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dixias:

ports 1961 spring 2013

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dixias:

ports 1961 spring 2013

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  • Trackname:

    Cool Kid
  • Artist:

    The Eeries
  • Album:

    Cool Kid

I’m watching this DVD for the first time in years and having vivid flashbacks and getting very emotional and also buying tickets to see Gerard on monday

Timestamp: 1413662378

I’m watching this DVD for the first time in years and having vivid flashbacks and getting very emotional and also buying tickets to see Gerard on monday

Heathers was a revolutionary experience because it didn’t follow the narrow confines the ratings system had imposed on teen narratives in the name of morality. It was real and raw, even in its candy-colored satiric absurdity. Heathers was a scathing response to the “very special” issue episodes of the ’80s. All of the same teen laments were present — eating disorders, date rape, bullying, gossip, suicide, drinking, cliques — but without the melodrama that demanded that teenage darkness be matched with an obvious moral message”

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Timestamp: 1413549717

Heathers was a revolutionary experience because it didn’t follow the narrow confines the ratings system had imposed on teen narratives in the name of morality. It was real and raw, even in its candy-colored satiric absurdity. Heathers was a scathing response to the “very special” issue episodes of the ’80s. All of the same teen laments were present — eating disorders, date rape, bullying, gossip, suicide, drinking, cliques — but without the melodrama that demanded that teenage darkness be matched with an obvious moral message”

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