Ronnie Radke of Falling In Reverse has reportedly kicked out every member of his band and will be continuing on without them. It also looks like the band cancelled their spring tour due to low ticket sales, not his girlfriend expecting to have their first child. Check out what a source said on the situation below after the jump.
because real talk: it’s not like she was SUDDENLY due to have a baby. he knew when she was due and planned a tour anyway. he didn’t give a shit about being with her when she delivered. he’s just paddling his douchecanoe on up that river.
favourite asoiaf characters; Arya Stark
“Who are you?” he would ask her every day.
“No one,” she would answer, she who had been Arya of House Stark, Arya Underfoot, Arya Horseface. She had been Arry and Weasel too, and Squab and Salty, Nan the cupbearer, a grey mouse, a sheep, the ghost of Harrenhal but not for true, not in her heart of hearts. In there she was Arya of Winterfell, the daughter of Lord Eddard Stark and Lady Catelyn, who had once had brothers named Robb and Bran and Rickon, a sister named Sansa, a direwolf called Nymeria, a half brother named Jon Snow. In there she was someone … but that was not the answer that he wanted.”
Picklebacks and painting Maggie’s nails.
8-inch chocolate penis that oozes fondant cream… Fresh mint fondant, Valencia orange fondant, Williams Pear liqueur fondant, Mozart chocolate liqueur fondant, Cointreau liqueur fondant and Irish coffee liqueur fondant.
Okay but is it possible to get the filling colored red? Because obviously the best use for these is to make a gif or video where you’re licking and sucking at one seductively, making bedroom eyes at the camera, and then you BITE THAT MOTHERFUCKER IN HALF AND SHRIEK YOUR VICTORY AS THE DELICIOUS BLOOD-FILLING DRIPS FROM YOUR VICIOUS MAW.
This site scares me so much.
Reblogging because that damn comment
mikestand:Welp, it’s not even noon and I officially have the biggest lady boner.
Marine Lance Cpl. Alex Minsky is an Afghan war veteran who lost his leg after his truck rolled over an IED (improvised explosive device). Photographer Tom Cullis saw Alex at the gym and immediately recruited him to model. Alex has gone on to shoot forMichael Stokes & Justin Monroe.
I’m just going to leave this here
Oh my good Lord, that gif……unnnnnnnnnnnffffffffffffffffff.
I’ll be in my bunk.
The odds are that the first CD you bought is not indicative of the music that you listen to today. Or maybe it is, who knows. Regardless, we thought it would be fun, amusing, and interesting to
tly in. You may have gone to a stadium or arena show with your parents for a pop star at a young age, but what was your first “scene” show? We thought it would be great to do a new PropertyOfZack Friday Discussion on all of our first shows, and our list includes some staff members and bands as well. Check out our Discussion below and feel free to your first concert experience!
Michelle Branch - The Spirit Room
blink-182 may be my one true musical love, but Michelle Branch was my first.
It’s pretty well known that I mostly stick to pop-punk and emo music, but I wasn’t shown Sum 41 and blink-182 until I was 11 or 12. Before then, I listened to a hodgepodge of music. I remember hearing this song called “Everywhere” on the radio, and I was all about it. It made the 9-year-old in me feel sadness I had never felt — the precursor to my emo dreams. I liked “Everywhere” so much I demanded more, so I was taken to a brick and mortar store and bought The Spirit Room. To this day, I would still say that “Everywhere” and “All You Wanted” were two of the best pop sounds from that era.
Sidenote: I also heavily enjoyed Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles” at this time. And of course, Avril Lavigne’s “Sk8er Boi.”- Zack Zarrillo
ESPN Stadium Anthems
I’m not apologizing for this one, gang. Ten-year-old me was the ballboy for my dad’s soccer team, and ten-year-old me got down with Ramones’ “Blitzkrieg Bop” and 2 Unlimited’s “Get Ready For This” during halftime. I remember feeling bummed out because the CD left “Welcome to the Jungle” off its tracklist. I mean, who does that? The 8:22 extended edition of Sister Sledge’s sappy “We Are Family” makes the cut, The freakin’ Baha Men make the cut, but Guns ‘n’ Roses is where ESPN drew the line? Come on.
It’s no stretch to say Stadium Anthems is collecting dust on my CD shelf — my allergies are kicking in just looking at it. Sure, it’s got some nostalgic value, but I don’t feel like returning to Kool & The Gang or Gary Glitter unless my ass is parked on some bleachers. But N.E.R.D’s “Rock Star” still slays. - Erik van Rheenen
blink-182 - Enema Of The State
The first CD I remember buying was Blink 182’s Enema of the State, but the purpose behind purchasing it was a rather childish one at best. Yes, I was very much hooked on the band’s infectious pop punk sound, but it also had a lot cursing on it and to buy an album with a ‘Parental Advisory’ sticker on it felt so daring at 11 years old. The album was still a great jumpstart into my love of pop punk music, but it was that initial bit of risk that made it stick with me.
Today, I’m reminded frequently of how great this album is every time my local rock radio station chooses to only play “What’s My Age Again?” or “All the Small Things.” What about “Dumpweed?” What about how “Aliens Exist” transitions so perfectly into “Going Away to College?” I’ll stop myself now before I start producing diagrams on the album’s fantastic sequencing. - Jason Stives
Motion City Soundtrack - Commit This To Memory
Similar to so many of the great stories of my youth, my urge to buy Motion City Soundtrack’s Commit This to Memory began on a night where I stayed up way past my bedtime. I was watching MTV late at night (Q: How long ago was this? A: MTV was still playing music videos) and some sort of new music spotlight show came on. I couldn’t tell you any of the other bands or artists that were highlighted, but I remember seeing the video for “Everything is Alright,” and I was immediately hooked.
This was back in a time where my only source of music was the radio and my parents’ CD collection, and so the next time I was at the mall I jetted to FYE (again, that’s how long ago this was), found the “punk rock” section, and secured a copy of the album. I was so excited that I listened to every 30-second track preview before I paid for it because I literally couldn’t wait any longer. I haven’t like any of Motion City’s work quite as much, but they’ve still become one of my all-time favorite bands, and one of the bands I hold near and dear to my heart who helped shape my taste in music today. - Donald Wagenblast
Backstreet Boys - Backstreet’s Back
You can tell a lot about a person from his or her music taste, and perhaps one of the most revealing questions you can ask is: Backstreet Boys or N*SYNC?
true story: the first CD i ever bought with my own money was coolio’s gangsta’s paradise. i was… you know what? i have no idea how old i was, but it wasn’t too long after my dad married my stepmom, so i’m guessing i was seven or eight, aka WAY TOO FUCKIN’ YOUNG TO BE LEARNING ALL THE WORDS TO COOLIO SONGS. i bought it because my stepsister had it, and i wanted to be cool like her. (incidentally, i never got into garbage or lauryn hill or anything like that, which my sisters were also into.) the first CD that was ever bought for me was hanson’s middle of nowhere, which i feel is probably more representative of my actual musical taste.
the most recent physical cd purchase i’ve made is matrimony’s the storm and the eye, so make of me what you will.
Can we talk about Darren the unironic child of San Fransisco in the 90s, who loved N*sync and Britney Spears and Hanson, and was happy to be called Daisy. Can we talk about this guy, because I’m so fucking enamored right now.