Until next time, California. You were lovely as always.
It takes less than 30 seconds and less than 10 clicks to do all 4 links…PLEASE help dogs and cats in shelters!!



1 - gives kibble to dogs in shelters with a single click

2 - gives 10 pieces of kibble to dogs in shelters, whether you get the question right or not

3 - gives 10 pieces of kibble to cats in shelters, whether you get the question right or not

4 - gives cat litter to cats in shelters with a single click

I’m not saying anybody HAS to do this, but it IS quick and easy. :) 

Also, the first website linked has this iPet thing on their website where you are able to virtually play with real kittens in a real shelter from your own computer. It’s super nifty and is awesome if you’re having a bad day.

(Source: do-not-touch-my-food, via officialfrenchtoast)


*decides to go on a diet*

*family suddenly decides to buy fastfood for the entire week*

Portland Gospel Tour Experience

I’ve made posts about this before, so y’all probably know how totally excited I was to go to the Panic! at the Disco concert at Edgefield yesterday, and holy heavens did it completely blow my expectations out of the water. I went with my bestest friend, the lovely miss Hannah (you can follow her here), and it was such an incredible experience.

It was definitely weird though, because we weren’t expecting too many people to be there, especially since it was a last-minute addition to the tour, but there were so many people there. We got there at about 3:15 when the doors opened at 5:00, and we were already about a quarter mile trek away from the gates to our space in line… which wasn’t even the end, we met up with some friends in their spot and we couldn’t even see the back. My mom made friends with a security guard who said the first person in line got there at 4:30am which was mind boggling for me because, in all honesty, while I love Panic! I guess I just never expected that big of a turn out.

Speaking of my mother making friends, turns out she was talking to this woman, an older woman who was later joined by a few neighbors or friends or something and then flashed her special V.I.P. badge. When my mom asked her security guard friend how she got that badge, joking about seeing where she could get one, and the guard responded with “that’s that lead singer’s mom”. I don’t know it’s the lead singer from one of the two openers or what, but I may or may not have freaked out a little when she told us.

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Totally on cloud nine right now. Panic! at the Disco was absolutelly amazing, and I still cannot believe I was able to see them live… in spite of the terrible quality photos my phone took. Still in awe.


OH HOLY FUCK YOU’RE ALIVE! AND YOU DID, YOU DID, BUT I WAS DUMB AND DIDN’T LOOK THEM UP UNTIL AFTER IT WAS TOO LATE TO SEE THEM IN CONCERT! But story of my life, right? I will take so many pictures that my phone will most likely be on overload, and I MISS YOU TOO!!!

Okay, but real talk here.

I literally cannot believe that I am seeing my favorite band of all time live in six days. For over three years now, I have been listening to Panic!’s music, and while I may now be an “original” fan, only finding them during the V&V era, that doesn’t make my love for the band (and I mean ALL of the band, any members, during any era) any less real and sincere.

They kept me going, probably keeping me alive, and fueled my passion for songwriting as an art. Their music is something that honestly means so much to me, and they’re probably the only band who’s album I will pre-order and buy in full without listening to it first.

I know I’ve made a post about this before, whilst feeling overly sentimental one evening, but it’s really sinking in that I’m actually going to be going to one of their concerts, seeing them play live, something I’ve wanted to do since my sophomore year. It’s weird and probably laughable to think that a single source of music could be so influential for me, especially since I was always one to except music from various artists, but goddammit it is.

So by Sunday night I will probably be sobbing and unable to form proper sentences, but I am actually going to be seeing them live.Regardless of whatever style of music they choose for the next album, despite any drama with any members (past or present, official or unofficial), and in spite of my “newness” to the bandom, Panic! has been with me and helped me through so much shit, and probably the worst times of my life, and I am going to be able to so something I never thought I would be able to do. And I cannot fucking wait.


You've got it all worked out with so little time
Memories that I'd blackout if you were mine
You've got a pocket full of reasons why you're here tonight
So, baby, tonight just be the death of me

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It’s hilarious that non-Americans on Tumblr are all like “OMG DENNY’S TUMBLR MAKES ME WISH I LIVED IN AMERICA SO I COULD EAT THERE,” while us Americans will literally only eat at Dennys if it’s 3 in the morning and we’ve lost control of our life.

You don’t go to Denny’s. You end up at Denny’s.

(Source: dion-thesocialist, via briannacherrygarcia)

  • Interviewer: What are some of the more elaborate schemes that fans have come up with to meet you?
  • Pete: Some of them started a band called Panic! At The Disco.