Every time I see this picture I like get taken aback because it literally looks like just a normal party

Every time I see this picture I like get taken aback because it literally looks like just a normal party

tae-sung:

Do you ever watch videos of your favorite band and you just get this feeling in your chest and all you can think is “holy shit I love you guys”

the-last-shadowmonkey:

i’m not sure i should hate whoever made this or love that person

the-last-shadowmonkey:

i’m not sure i should hate whoever made this or love that person

justfourpartsoftheone:

Scan - John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Paris, October 1961. Scanned from The Beatles authorized biography.

Paul McCartney: “John and I went on a trip for his twenty-first birthday. John was from a very middle-class family, which really impressed me because everyone else was from working-class families. To us John was upper class. His relatives were teachers, dentists, even someone up in Edinburg in the BBC. It’s ironic, he was always very ‘f*** you!’ and he wrote the song ‘Working Class Hero’ - in fact, he wasn’t at all working class. Anyway, one of John’s relatives gave him £100 for his birthday. A hundred smackers in your hand! Then it was a real windfall. None of us could believe it. To this day if you gave me £100 I would be impressed. And I was his mate, enough said? ‘Let’s go on holiday’ - ‘You mean me too? With the hundred quid? Great! I’m part of this windfall.’”
John Lennon: “Paul bought me a hamburger to celebrate. […] Paul and I set off on a hitchhike to Paris. Well, it was going to be a hitchhike but we ended up taking the train all the way - sheer laziness. We’d got fed up. We did have bookings, but we just broke them and went off.”
- The Beatles Anthology

justfourpartsoftheone:

Scan - John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Paris, October 1961. Scanned from The Beatles authorized biography.

Paul McCartney: “John and I went on a trip for his twenty-first birthday. John was from a very middle-class family, which really impressed me because everyone else was from working-class families. To us John was upper class. His relatives were teachers, dentists, even someone up in Edinburg in the BBC. It’s ironic, he was always very ‘f*** you!’ and he wrote the song ‘Working Class Hero’ - in fact, he wasn’t at all working class. Anyway, one of John’s relatives gave him £100 for his birthday. A hundred smackers in your hand! Then it was a real windfall. None of us could believe it. To this day if you gave me £100 I would be impressed. And I was his mate, enough said? ‘Let’s go on holiday’ - ‘You mean me too? With the hundred quid? Great! I’m part of this windfall.’”

John Lennon: “Paul bought me a hamburger to celebrate. […] Paul and I set off on a hitchhike to Paris. Well, it was going to be a hitchhike but we ended up taking the train all the way - sheer laziness. We’d got fed up. We did have bookings, but we just broke them and went off.”

- The Beatles Anthology


The Strypes live by Vanessa Fay

The Strypes live by Vanessa Fay

times-like-these7:

sorelatable:

If your name is on one of these I just wanna let you know your parents are basic bitches with no creativity

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Sounds like someone’s sad they couldn’t find their name on a coke bottle

nivalingreenhow:

when McGonagall finds out that Ginny is pregnant, and that the Weasley and Potter bloodlines will converge, she marks on her calender the day the child will turn 11 and that is the day she retires