- 6 days ago
I think it is safe to say that one is never to old for novelty underpants.
- 1 week ago
This is what happens when white guys listen to Indian music
whenever I’m feeling sad I just watch this video.
I was not expecting that level of choreography or that they would actually know the words. This is awesome.Picture this 2am in a hallway. College
This is everything.
reblogging this for Breadprincess to show her fianceSource: videohall
- 1 week ago
A quick video of a really cool Kalediscope — Brady “”
A guy I lent some books to died, and all I can think about is how am I ever going to get those books back now?
- 3 weeks ago
OK, so the best idea that was proposed for our tour date on July 8th was for us to play a ROCK SHOW at a ROCK FORMATION.
So we are excited to announce that we will be playing at Vedauwoo in the Medicine Bow National Forest in southeastern Wyoming (between Laramie and Cheyenne).
The show will be at 6pm on July 8th. It will be free. Here’s all you need to know:
Take exit 329 off I-80 for Vedauwoo Road. Turn left after you exit and follow Vadauwoo Road until it turns into a dirt road. The park entrance will be on the left. Parking is $5 per car. Enter the park and drive down the hill to the parking lot. We will be meeting at the gazebo and then hiking out to the show location. If you get there late, FOLLOW THE SPIDERS.
The show will be acoustic and we’re a bit short on instruments. If you have a spare acoustic guitar or a glockenspiel, please bring them to the show. That would be much appreciated.
Let’s make this a magical night!
This is really happening!!
Oh Man, Vedauwoo is one of my favorite places in the whole world. If I still lived anywhere near Laramie, I would be there in a heart beat.Source: harryandthepotters
Happy Independence Day! Take a listen to the Declaration that started it all, read by the people for the people. — Brady “More than 200 years ago Friday, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, changing the course of history. NPR marks the anniversary each year by reading the full document.”