i'm from a smallish town outside of Boston called North Reading, I, unlike most love this town, and most of the people in it are pretty cool
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cellular:1978-239-2233 texts are sweet, no horse shit though keep it pg
i like to make people laugh^.^
i mean i whip it out when i can
Buddy the elf! whats your favorite color?
you got some brouhaha on your yahaha bro
music, good vibrations, and love is all you need to live man
I longboard and skate, I snowboard and wakeboard, I guess if you count shakabrah as a sport i do that too...and thats about it.
Peace, Love, and Good vibrations
this is definitely very false.
I just love this quote. It’s so easily overlooked, seen as unimportant, until you see the prequels. Because then you realize how utterly true and heartbreaking that phrase is. “He died about the same time your father did.” Meaning that Obi-Wan, that is, everything that made him who he was, his faith, his joy, his light, was murdered, killed, at the same time that Anakin was lost to the Dark Side. When Anakin became Vader, Obi-Wan became Ben. Anakin and Obi-Wan died together on that planet. Only Vader and Ben left it alive. One full of hate and darkness, the other a broken shell that was merely existing, not even really living. These two men were so deeply entwined, so bonded together in the force, that when one died, so did the other. That is the real definition of true love.
Oh my god.
i honestly die a little every time i see this part, when i was a small child, i would always try and act out what it would be like if Anakin didnt become Vader, and he and Obi continued to kick ass together
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