neoncrossing:

Guys, go to the link of the bottom of that OLP post I reblogged a minute ago. It takes you to an a slideshow where there is commentary from Raine on each of the tracks on Naveed, it’s really awesome. It’s a few weeks old and Raine did it for the 20th anniversary of Naveed and I was going to link to it in a post of my own but that person did already :-P

neato!

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lovepollution:

"I think that was my first venture into feminism. It was kind of looking at a man in terms of what our role is with women and in terms of how that interplay should be and if that was right, everything I’d been taught.

"It felt like kind of a brave topic, but I know I didn’t do a great job at it, but at that point in my life, I don’t know why, but it just struck me that traditional roles didn’t mean much to me and trying to figure out what a man should be….

"All my relationships growing up, when I was a teenager and into my early 20s, when I was thinking about that stuff — maybe ‘cause my parents got divorced and I went through that, that maybe was a bit of a lightning rod for me when I was writing this record. It wasn’t fresh, but it was the first time I was maybe able to express that stuff through lyrics. Obviously not literally but in themes…. Maybe there was a little bit of guilt, too, in being a man and in terms of not pulling your weight and what a real relationship needs. You know, the typical roles. I’m a first generation Italian and my dad, he’s old school that way, and just watching that. This was a bit of me trying to come out that way and make a statement, even just to myself, that I wanted to evolve."

- Raine Maida [x]

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neoncrossing:

Let us all appreciate the Canadian goodness that is JFL Gags.

Classic Canadian Comedy

(Source: sizvideos)

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maraboustorknightmares:

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lisaspliffson:

All she did was ask what his name was

the 2010s is torontos decade man they keep producing winner after winner.

the state of the white, middle aged, male union 2014

this guy comes into my work like every weekend

yaaay

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not-thinking-for-a-little-while:

I walked around my good intentionsAnd found that there were noneI blamed my father for the wasted yearsWe hardly talkedI never thought I would forget this hateThen a phone call made me realizeI’m wrongIf I don’t make it known thatI’ve loved you all alongJust like the sunny days thatWe ignore becauseWe’re all dumb and jadedAnd I hope to god I figure outWhat’s wrongI walked around my roomNot thinkingJust sinking in this boxI blame myself for being too muchLike somebody elseI never thought I would justBend this wayThen a phone call made me realizeI’m wrong

not-thinking-for-a-little-while:

I walked around my good intentions
And found that there were none
I blamed my father for the wasted years
We hardly talked
I never thought I would forget this hate
Then a phone call made me realize
I’m wrong

If I don’t make it known that
I’ve loved you all along
Just like the sunny days that
We ignore because
We’re all dumb and jaded
And I hope to god I figure out
What’s wrong

I walked around my room
Not thinking
Just sinking in this box
I blame myself for being too much
Like somebody else
I never thought I would just
Bend this way
Then a phone call made me realize
I’m wrong

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hayleu:

this truly scared me i thought the legs on the right were some crispy burnt up human legs i need a minute to breathe

holy fuck same

hayleu:

this truly scared me i thought the legs on the right were some crispy burnt up human legs i need a minute to breathe

holy fuck same

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polarized and sexy

polarized and sexy

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mrmatty:

horry for paycheckk :D 
this is where part of it shall go ;) 

mrmatty:

horry for paycheckk :D 

this is where part of it shall go ;) 

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letmebeyourcofffeepot:

shoutout to all the professional snowboarders who have ruined my life. thanks guys, really appreciate it

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