sirpeter64:

Debbie Harry of Blondie in car, NYC. May 1977.

sirpeter64:

Debbie Harry of Blondie in car, NYC. May 1977.

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madcapshambletons:

nolimo:

candycoated-arsenic:

I hate that she was a perfectly cute girl with some insecurities but they just sort of forced her to completely change to consider her “cute”. I always felt like they should have accepted her for the way she was. 

yes!

she was like like one of my fav characters in a film and then the end just fucked it up 

madcapshambletons:

nolimo:

candycoated-arsenic:

I hate that she was a perfectly cute girl with some insecurities but they just sort of forced her to completely change to consider her “cute”. I always felt like they should have accepted her for the way she was. 

yes!

she was like like one of my fav characters in a film and then the end just fucked it up 

Musical reasons for why I can’t come in to work today no.7

"Sorry boss, I’m half a person. Therefore if I do manage by a miracle to make it in, I will only be working at half of my normal rate"

tatiusflame:

Fillmore East, East Village, New York
March 23, 1968 

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fuckyeahmsp:

Nicky dominating things with his massive face again. Nicky’s face is scientifically proven to be larger than Sean’s by a factor of 10

fuckyeahmsp:

Nicky dominating things with his massive face again. Nicky’s face is scientifically proven to be larger than Sean’s by a factor of 10

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heart of glass / blondie

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A couple of years ago, we went to Eurodisney. That too was bearable, although it was a bit weird when Mickey Mouse came to ask for an autograph. — Robert Smith (The Cure), Humo Magazine, 2000 (via enyaocean)

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