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I can’t stop..

Listening to Born to Die: Paradise Edition on my record player. Specifically Ride and American.

Omg. I never listened to all the songs on this album and this is the damn way to do it. Wow


And also Lana now has another attachment to my boyfriend. Blue Jeans and Video Games made me want to reach out to him and get back together during one of our breaks, and we’ve been back together since<3

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yo gettin married at 22 sounds a lot like leavin a party at 9:30 pm

yeah but you get to leave the party with your favorite person on the planet, and take off all of your makeup, and put on your ugly comfortable clothes and make popcorn and curl up in your bed and watch a movie, and have sex and go to sleep, idk how that sounds like a bad thing.

And everyone else just wakes up alone and hungover.

this is the best thing ive ever heard

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What advice do you have to incoming college freshman?


well, there’s going to be a different experience for everybody but i guess here is some general advice based off of my experience of being as an out of state freshman, then transferring to another school out of state. 

  1. BE YOURSELF. always. it’s not like high school. people don’t care about gossip as much, or if you were “cool” or a “nerd” none of that matters. everybody is coming there to be new and open and to meet new people. be yourself, you’ll make friends faster and you won’t regret it.
  2. go to class. just do it. 8ams suck i know, but you gotta go at least most of the time. go to your professors office hours. make friends, raise your hand in class. professors can help you a lot, not only with that class but with your future plans as well. they have connections and write recommendation letters and can even advise you.
  3. be nice, be friendly to people on your floor, in your classes, in any clubs you decide to join. get to know a variety of people. 
  4. stay healthy. go to the rec center to exercise, eat a lot of fruit and drink a lot of water. fruit is expensive but you get unlimited at the dining hall. make use of that. if you see people touching the food in the salad bar, it’s okay to skip it. just don’t get into bad unhealthy habits. it’s okay to drink a ton of beer and eat lots of pizza at 3am sometimes, just don’t do it all the time. 
  6. try new things. find out what you like. join the hiking club, join the history club, join the lacrosse club. if you don’t like it, you don’t have to go but try things at least once (most of them give free food too)
  7. find balance. college is not just partying or studying. balance both. if you don’t like partying, there’s lots of other things you can do on campus and a lot of people who don’t like to party as well. find out what’s going on friday nights. maybe there’s movies playing at the student center, maybe there’s a school baseball game you can go watch. be aware of what’s happening on campus. 
  8. it’s ok to be antisocial sometimes, but don’t make it your life. 
  9. it’s a chance to start over. take it. vow to be nicer than you were in high school. to be harder working, to be more outgoing. everybody else will be doing the same. 
  10. don’t worry too much. take your time. manage your stress. live.