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srhuesos:

Original press ad for Exile in Guyville, debut album by Liz Phair released in June of 1993. (The first of the photo booth pictures was used for the album cover, the other is an outtake).

srhuesos:

Original press ad for Exile in Guyville, debut album by Liz Phair released in June of 1993. (The first of the photo booth pictures was used for the album cover, the other is an outtake).

(via thereal1990s)

polaroidsf:

4/20 & Easter on the same day?!? San Francisco, it’s about to get crazy UP IN HERE.

polaroidsf:

4/20 & Easter on the same day?!? San Francisco, it’s about to get crazy UP IN HERE.

When you love something, you don’t threaten it. You don’t punish it. You fight for it. You take care of it. You put it first.
– Leslie Knope, Parks and Recreation  (via victoriaelyse)

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srhuesos:

Original press ad for Exile in Guyville, debut album by Liz Phair released in June of 1993. (The first of the photo booth pictures was used for the album cover, the other is an outtake).

srhuesos:

Original press ad for Exile in Guyville, debut album by Liz Phair released in June of 1993. (The first of the photo booth pictures was used for the album cover, the other is an outtake).

(via thereal1990s)

polaroidsf:

4/20 & Easter on the same day?!? San Francisco, it’s about to get crazy UP IN HERE.

polaroidsf:

4/20 & Easter on the same day?!? San Francisco, it’s about to get crazy UP IN HERE.

(Source: fyeahayumiseto, via unbear)

When you love something, you don’t threaten it. You don’t punish it. You fight for it. You take care of it. You put it first.
– Leslie Knope, Parks and Recreation  (via victoriaelyse)

(Source: hollisonahero, via riotgrrrlproblems)

(Source: nuclearbummer, via hill-betty)

explodingdog:

We might be in love.

explodingdog:

We might be in love.

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"When you love something, you don’t threaten it. You don’t punish it. You fight for it. You take care of it. You put it first."

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