Notorious B.I.G. + Frank Sinatra - Nasty Boy / For Every Man There’s A Woman 

66 plays

The Fray - She Is 

(Source: secretwonderful)

1,365 plays

We’ll be leaving for Montreal in approximately twelve hours.


Anonymous asked: what are good birthday presents that guys would generally like? my bf's bday is coming up. I have a few things in mind but just want another person's input!

I’m sorry, I’m afraid you may be asking the wrong person. I’m not entirely sure what guys generally like because every person is different of course. Some might like tech, or games, or books, or sports related items. I would suggest that it’s best to find something for someone based on what they like, so a generalization might not help you all too much. Gift shopping for guys is hard, I admit. Personally, I love watches. I’m also pretty weird because I like things like typewriters and stationary. Maybe look into getting him concert tickets, or perhaps a rare album/vinyl or something? 

Let your gift be a token of kindness. I am a firm believer that the most beautiful gift transcends material value, which is your time and undivided attention. Good luck. 


EMMA WATSON WAS AT UTM TODAY AND I DROVE RIGHT PAST HER. THERE WAS A GROUP OF PEOPLE STANDING THERE AND I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT WAS GOING ON BUT I JUST FOUND OUT RIGHT NOW THAT IT WAS EMMA WATSON. ASDFGHJKL.


nawab0fbengal said: lmaooo, I don’t like him too much but I liked his “ektai amar” song ^_^

I don’t remember that song to be honest, and I’m not going to verify on YouTube because I would like to believe I’ve moved passed that phase lol. I also used to be a Stoic Bliss fan, but they weren’t terrible. It was different, but obviously not the best. 

freedominsubmission said:Haven’t heard him much, but love his version of nitol paye with shanto and johan. Have you heard it?

Yes, I think this one I do remember. He had some good songs, but the majority were pretty strange remixes with obnoxious music. But I think it was during the time those kinds of obnoxious sounds were in. 


There was a certain low point in my life (aka high school) when I actually listened to Fuad’s music. In retrospect, it’s awful to the point that it’s actually amusing. I still have some of his CDs I think. Yeah, I am ashamed of myself too. 


Chomok Hasan Parodies Bangla Songs

This guy is hilarious! 


humansofnewyork:

"There’s a lot of pressure being the child of immigrants." “Why’s that?” “My mother is Thai, my father is from Chile. They met while working at a restaurant. There’s a knowledge among first generation immigrants— that they aren’t going to be the ones to achieve the American Dream. They have to work hard and struggle so that their children will have a shot at it. So they educate their children and pass the Dream along to them. And now I have an obligation to make more fucking money than them, to live the American Dream, to validate all the risks they took and everything they went through. And that’s a heavy burden.”

humansofnewyork:

"There’s a lot of pressure being the child of immigrants."
“Why’s that?”
“My mother is Thai, my father is from Chile. They met while working at a restaurant. There’s a knowledge among first generation immigrants— that they aren’t going to be the ones to achieve the American Dream. They have to work hard and struggle so that their children will have a shot at it. So they educate their children and pass the Dream along to them. And now I have an obligation to make more fucking money than them, to live the American Dream, to validate all the risks they took and everything they went through. And that’s a heavy burden.”


humansofnewyork:

"It took me getting into a lot of fights before I was diagnosed with PTSD. I have something called ‘hypervigilance.’ I get really nervous around people. Especially people from the Middle East.""What were some traumatic things that happened to you?""I was in a vehicle when a mortar round exploded in front of us, and we fell into the crater and got trapped. There was a burning oil rig near us, so it was like being in a microwave. And we couldn’t get out. And I also saw a lot of hanky shit. Mostly from our side. Everyone was really revved up from 9/11. We did a lot of bad things. I saw decapitations, and that was our guys doing it.""What happened?""We were supposed to bring POW’s back to the base. But instead we gave them a cigarette to calm them down, and told them to get on their knees. One of our guys was 240 lbs, and he’d taken this shovel we’d been issued, and he’d sharpened one of the sides until it was like an axe, and he could take off somebody’s head with two hits.""How many times did you see that happen?""Three."

humansofnewyork:

"It took me getting into a lot of fights before I was diagnosed with PTSD. I have something called ‘hypervigilance.’ I get really nervous around people. Especially people from the Middle East."
"What were some traumatic things that happened to you?"
"I was in a vehicle when a mortar round exploded in front of us, and we fell into the crater and got trapped. There was a burning oil rig near us, so it was like being in a microwave. And we couldn’t get out. And I also saw a lot of hanky shit. Mostly from our side. Everyone was really revved up from 9/11. We did a lot of bad things. I saw decapitations, and that was our guys doing it."
"What happened?"
"We were supposed to bring POW’s back to the base. But instead we gave them a cigarette to calm them down, and told them to get on their knees. One of our guys was 240 lbs, and he’d taken this shovel we’d been issued, and he’d sharpened one of the sides until it was like an axe, and he could take off somebody’s head with two hits."
"How many times did you see that happen?"
"Three."



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