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I am Vincent Hardy. I live in San Diego, California. I have lived for 22 years. This started out as a kind of journal and was created in an effort to express myself in a more complex way. I'm a nerdfighting vegetarian and I like friends, music, reading, film, dogs, exercise, snowboarding, surfing, longboarding, and many more things. Ask me something!


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o-h-yes:

boyhood

This is the most relatable movie I have ever watched. It was a great feeling to see your life on screen and know that there are people who have experienced the same things as you…to the same soundtrack that you did. The second theme that spoke to me was other people trying to control Mason. He was being pulled in so many directions that he couldn’t make 1 person happy without making 5 more upset. The most ridiculous part was that the people who were giving him the advice didn’t really even care what happened to him for the most part (some of them did like his high school photography teacher, and his mother, but others definitely didn’t). The final theme I feel like talking about (before I write an entire essay :P) is what’s worth spending you life on. Most of the characters in this movie who were unhappy spent the majority of their lives chasing capitalistic values. The most important things that make up this world are people and my fondest memory from this film is the genuine good will that Mason’s boss from work expresses towards him at his high school graduation party.

o-h-yes:

boyhood

This is the most relatable movie I have ever watched. It was a great feeling to see your life on screen and know that there are people who have experienced the same things as you…to the same soundtrack that you did. The second theme that spoke to me was other people trying to control Mason. He was being pulled in so many directions that he couldn’t make 1 person happy without making 5 more upset. The most ridiculous part was that the people who were giving him the advice didn’t really even care what happened to him for the most part (some of them did like his high school photography teacher, and his mother, but others definitely didn’t). The final theme I feel like talking about (before I write an entire essay :P) is what’s worth spending you life on. Most of the characters in this movie who were unhappy spent the majority of their lives chasing capitalistic values. The most important things that make up this world are people and my fondest memory from this film is the genuine good will that Mason’s boss from work expresses towards him at his high school graduation party.

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happywater:

hey how you doin lil mama lemme whisper in yo ear

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Anonymous said: My boyfriend says he's going to break up with me if I don't sleep with him. What's the kindest way to tell him to shove it?

edwardspoonhands:

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What draws people to be friends is that they see the same truth. They share it. C.S. Lewis (via purplebuddhaproject)

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seachelsters:

Me tbh.
@ Pokéz, women’s bathroom, downtown San Diego
W/ dubiousbear

seachelsters:

Me tbh.

@ Pokéz, women’s bathroom, downtown San Diego

W/ dubiousbear

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seachelsters:

Ghirardelli ice cream with the boys, after ComiCon~
thefiendmustbefounddubiousbear

seachelsters:

Ghirardelli ice cream with the boys, after ComiCon~

thefiendmustbefound
dubiousbear

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My first reaction was WHAT!?!?
Then I watched it 5 more times and I decided I didn’t need to know.

My first reaction was WHAT!?!?

Then I watched it 5 more times and I decided I didn’t need to know.

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