At first, I thought this album was a joke. Not in a bad way, just in a ‘what the fuck?’ kind of way. It has 22 songs, no solid concept, and an odd-ass intro. The 1975 is no stranger to odd intros, but this one was stranger than usual.
I hate that question, and I know it’s selfish. How dare people ask about my well-being? It’s also hypocritical because I ask it all the time. It’s comforting to ask happy people and hear a relatively normal answer. The thing is, if you’re depressed, that question sets you up for failure no matter how you answer. Here are the options.
Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as the new U.S. Supreme Court Justice, and she is not a fan of Roe v Wade. That’s concerning because once they start repealing rights, it’s like a slip and slide. So let’s talk about birth control.
I feel a lot of love for Bojack, but that just might be my savior complex kicking in.
He’s a washed up celebrity from the 90s, spending everyday dancing with his vices and venomous thoughts. But, hey, who isn’t?
I despise Gaunilo’s argument. I know I said I wouldn’t talk about famous people I hate, but I feel an urgent need to talk about this man.
April, 2018. I’m walking into Staples to print out some concert tickets in Union Square. I was waiting for my friend to join me, but she’s always running a little late – it’s all good. Staples was being mad slow anyway.
First of all – I love this album. I don’t need to say much more. It’s ethereal, beautiful, amazing, calming, relatable, and a million more positive comments. Troye Sivan is a genius.
I love blackbear so much. I saw him in concert last year in NYC, so awesome. Anyway, back to the album.
I got my driver’s permit at 19, and my driver’s license at 20. I learned how to drive in my college town after enrolling in one of the many driving schools offered. It was honestly nerve-wracking and I felt embarrassed. I felt like the only adult in the whole fucking world without a license.
I’ve listened to this album all the way through about 5 times now. I love it. It’s the perfect combination of poppy beats and heartfelt/sad lyrics – my favorite genre.