Cara Possemato, Lover of All Things Ridiculous
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  • 24th
  • July
  • 2014
Oh. My. God. Bun B.

Oh. My. God. Bun B.

(via braiker)

  • 23rd
  • July
  • 2014

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  • 22nd
  • July
  • 2014

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wwnorton:

storyofpop:

If Elvis was considered dangerous, then Jerry Lee Lewis was outright terrifying. He wore custard-yellow suits with black piping and had a sneer that spelled out sex and dirt and a regal arrogance. He was a mean, mean man. “We’re going to hell,” he’d cry. “Fire and brimstone. The fire never dies, the burning never dies, the fire never quenches for the weeping, wailing, gnashing of teeth. Yessir, going to hell. The Bible tells us so.” He was nicknamed the Killer, largely for what he did to his poor piano, his golden curls of hair flying as he sweated, battered, and molested the poor thing.

The piano on his first hit, “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” (no. 3, ’57), sounded like it could break through the floorboards; it made a roaring, echoing noise like ominous approaching clouds. 

All Killer, no filler over on The Story of Pop.

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(Source: fuckjerry)

get your own dog, ya heard, that’s my bitch. 

  • 21st
  • July
  • 2014

My dad sent me photos of this very strange card I made for my grandfather, who held onto it all these years. Just proves I’ve been a weirdo since forever.

cordjefferson:

Bud Light once had a whole ad campaign about women being attracted to a dog who wore sunglasses.

cordjefferson:

Bud Light once had a whole ad campaign about women being attracted to a dog who wore sunglasses.

  • 20th
  • July
  • 2014

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  • 17th
  • July
  • 2014

(Source: geneva-diva, via brandonsoffline)

I hope that Catey Shaw or whatever the fuck her name is falls off her bike in heels and breaks her awful vocal chords and can never make a sound or a music video again in her life. 

  • 16th
  • July
  • 2014

(Source: from-under-the-weirwood-tree, via ronenreblogs)