The Feeling Of Falling
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The Feeling Of Falling
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francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra fans at the Paramount Theater in New York, October 1944. On Sinatra’s first day at the venue, now known as the Columbus Day Riot, some 30,000 people, most of them teenage girls, swarmed Times Square to see their idol. His fans were known as bobbysoxers and marked the beginning of teen culture in America. The New Republic editor Bruce Bliven called it “a phenomenon of mass hysteria that is only seen two or three times in a century.” 


Im a bobbysoxer!!
francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra fans at the Paramount Theater in New York, October 1944. On Sinatra’s first day at the venue, now known as the Columbus Day Riot, some 30,000 people, most of them teenage girls, swarmed Times Square to see their idol. His fans were known as bobbysoxers and marked the beginning of teen culture in America. The New Republic editor Bruce Bliven called it “a phenomenon of mass hysteria that is only seen two or three times in a century.” 


Im a bobbysoxer!!
francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra fans at the Paramount Theater in New York, October 1944. On Sinatra’s first day at the venue, now known as the Columbus Day Riot, some 30,000 people, most of them teenage girls, swarmed Times Square to see their idol. His fans were known as bobbysoxers and marked the beginning of teen culture in America. The New Republic editor Bruce Bliven called it “a phenomenon of mass hysteria that is only seen two or three times in a century.” 


Im a bobbysoxer!!
francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra fans at the Paramount Theater in New York, October 1944. On Sinatra’s first day at the venue, now known as the Columbus Day Riot, some 30,000 people, most of them teenage girls, swarmed Times Square to see their idol. His fans were known as bobbysoxers and marked the beginning of teen culture in America. The New Republic editor Bruce Bliven called it “a phenomenon of mass hysteria that is only seen two or three times in a century.” 


Im a bobbysoxer!!
francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra fans at the Paramount Theater in New York, October 1944. On Sinatra’s first day at the venue, now known as the Columbus Day Riot, some 30,000 people, most of them teenage girls, swarmed Times Square to see their idol. His fans were known as bobbysoxers and marked the beginning of teen culture in America. The New Republic editor Bruce Bliven called it “a phenomenon of mass hysteria that is only seen two or three times in a century.” 


Im a bobbysoxer!!
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latestfunnystuff:

Ssssh… We need that 1.7 trillion USD to finance the world’s military expenditures.http://ift.tt/1p3z0t3
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vegan-yums:

Pretzel frozen hot chocolate / Recipe

Oh my god
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Being crazy is denying reality. Sometimes it’s easier. Sometimes, reality is so harsh that you’d rather go crazy, or pretend that you are. It’s strategy.


This show is beyond good

Being crazy is denying reality. Sometimes it’s easier. Sometimes, reality is so harsh that you’d rather go crazy, or pretend that you are. It’s strategy.


This show is beyond good

Being crazy is denying reality. Sometimes it’s easier. Sometimes, reality is so harsh that you’d rather go crazy, or pretend that you are. It’s strategy.


This show is beyond good

Being crazy is denying reality. Sometimes it’s easier. Sometimes, reality is so harsh that you’d rather go crazy, or pretend that you are. It’s strategy.


This show is beyond good

Being crazy is denying reality. Sometimes it’s easier. Sometimes, reality is so harsh that you’d rather go crazy, or pretend that you are. It’s strategy.


This show is beyond good

Being crazy is denying reality. Sometimes it’s easier. Sometimes, reality is so harsh that you’d rather go crazy, or pretend that you are. It’s strategy.


This show is beyond good
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dust-sprites:

The bunny love and I ❤️🐰


Omg I love you and that bunny O.O
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Urgent security update
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death-by-lulz:

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