"when we were kids the only thing that got us through most days was music. its why we started fall out boy in the first place. . this isn’t a reunion because we never broke up. we needed to plug back in and make some music that matters to us.

the future of fall out boy starts now.

save rock and roll…

pete, patrick, andy, and joe.”

February 4th, 2013.




check out the way this dog’s eye’s open

this dog rocks


debut 2011 → comeback 2014

Q: Who is Taemin's favorite foreign female artist? 

Ke$ha red carpet interview at the AMA’s 2013


All Time Low | Six Feet Under The Stars

"…and how we know it’s going straight to hell"

Ahmed Mayin FahazHorizon


I decided to make it all cute instead of using comic sans and it turned out great so



Today, Security camera clips that make the news usually show bad things, but here, Coke decided to “look at the world a little differently” in this heartwarming viral video. People stealing kisses, harmless soldiers, music addicts, honest pickpockets and potato chip dealers. Love, Attacks of friendship, friendly gangs and kindness. Unexpected firemen, rebels with a cause and peaceful warriors. A lot of crazy people, and a few heroes. 

I love this so much


swag won’t pay the bills but apparently neither will your degree


Saturn’s ‘Yin and Yang’ moon shines in NASA photo

Call it cosmic zen. Yin and yang appear to meet on one of Saturn’s moons in a photo taken by a spacecraft exploring the ringed planet and its many moons.

The new Cassini photo of Saturn’s moon Iapetus shows the satellite’s dark and light sides as comma-shaped features that bear a striking resemblance to the yin and yang symbol in Chinese philosophy. The image was released in December, but actually taken by the Cassini spacecraft in August.

Some scientists think that the two faces of Iapetus probably get their distinct appearances from the moon’s slow rotation, meaning that the dark surfaces of the moon absorb more heat and have time to warm. Any icy materials that mix with the hotter surfaces turn gaseous and then fall back into the cooler regions, meaning that the dark side gets darker while the bright side becomes brighter.

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

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