Check yes Juliet

I look up to the idiots of the world

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barakatjack:

This song goes out to anybody who has been told that the way that they think or the way that feel is the wrong way to think or the wrong way to feel. It goes out to anyone who has ever been knocked down, walked over, stepped on, backstabbed, double crossed. Anybody that feels like they don’t quite fit in with the world. Anybody who feels like when they’re standing in a room full of people, they’re still alone. But more importantly than that, this song goes out to all the assholes that make us awkward kids feel shitty. There is no room left in the world for intolerance and for other people’s bullshit. It’s 2011, people, let’s grow up.

This song is called Therapy, it goes out to all of you. (x)

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Music is a matter of taste. Bitching at someone for liking a certain style of music is like yelling at someone for liking broccoli with melted cheese, (which, might I add, is awesome.) I don’t understand why there are so many snobs out there who deem it necessary to force-feed their opinions to others, and claim that their experience in the matter makes their statement any more credible than the next, when, as I said before, it’s all a matter of taste. If you dig it, awesome. If you don’t, awesome. It’s just another plate being served at the world’s biggest, (in this case musical,) buffet. Don’t make some kid feel guilty for listening to what he / she enjoys.
-Alex Gaskarth 

Music is a matter of taste. Bitching at someone for liking a certain style of music is like yelling at someone for liking broccoli with melted cheese, (which, might I add, is awesome.) I don’t understand why there are so many snobs out there who deem it necessary to force-feed their opinions to others, and claim that their experience in the matter makes their statement any more credible than the next, when, as I said before, it’s all a matter of taste. If you dig it, awesome. If you don’t, awesome. It’s just another plate being served at the world’s biggest, (in this case musical,) buffet. Don’t make some kid feel guilty for listening to what he / she enjoys.

-Alex Gaskarth 

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