-we’ll go to chicago, i’ll take you there.

-yeah, we’ll see.

(via jameskirke)

Kathy’s divorcing me. She’s taking everything. She’s taking the house, taking the kid.

(via lallysbroch)

This is a really old song. I wrote this when I was about sixteen, although not precisely in this form. Several people recorded it before I had the chance to, but I think I did play on the first recorded version of it. It was a record by a singer named Nico, who had been in the Velvet Underground and was making a solo record. I didn’t play acoustic guitar even though I played this very thing, cause Andy Warhol who was sort of managing her thought she should sound more modern, so I played it on an electric guitar. Then they put a string quartet on it, that was really modern.

Well anyway I forget that I told them they could use this in a movie. So I was sitting in a movie theater, and this guitar music came on and I thought, “Well I used to play just like that.”

“That’s what so great about this game. You have one bad game, that’s it, you just move on to the next”
— My Hockey Coach
y0ung-lust:

THIS IS THE FUNNIEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN

y0ung-lust:

THIS IS THE FUNNIEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN

(via northemerican)