“i hate you, blake. but i also love you.”
that’s it. that’s their relationship.
I hate the idea that shevine is played up for more ratings and entertainment
finally someone says it. it really IS sad how very scripted most of the blake/adam-scenes seem to be this season. there’s (almost) nothing ‘real’ about that anymore. sadly so. they used to have so much (real) chemistry.. there was no need to play sth up or script a scene. that’s changed. but since they/the nbc-ppl know exactly how many ppl watch that show mostly for them they have to somehow keep it going.. so they play it up.
drunk songbird ♥
this is awesome
in love with this and them and everyone
|—||Liam Gallagher: NME, June 2013 (via psychojello)|
It turns out Adam Levine has a mean Aaron Neville impression…
Wellll… I usually don’t do this kinda stuff. But. Why not.
(1) Once I was in London and got on top of some sort of wall at Trafalgar Square for a picture (I’m a total tourist it’s horrible) and suddenly - out of no where - a police woman showed up and shouted “DO YOU HAVE A DEATH WISH” at me.. I almost fell off the wall in shock. So, no, I didn’t have a death wish but that woman almost killed me anyway. ^^
(2) Another time I almost got run over by one of those big red buses in London.. I had to sort of jump onto the sidewalk and also had to push a cyclist out of the way (and onto the sidewalk).. to make sure I make it in time - as in: before the bus could hit me. It was real damn close, I’ll tell you. The cyclist called me a FUCKING IDIOT.. I apologised and ran off.
(3) I’m scared of fish. And the ocean. And everything that’s in there. Doesn’t stop me from swimming in the ocean tho.. but I’m scared while doing so. ^^
(4) Me and a friend got lost in Amsterdam once. At night. It was sort of scary. We asked some guy for directions.. he told us to just follow him which we did for about two seconds before looking at each other and running away.
(5) I’m German and I’ve lived here all my life, but apparently - when speaking English - I’ve got a really strong British accent. That’s what basically everyone I met in New York City said to me.
Guy from Los Angeles discovers rainy 50 degree weather. Doesn’t know what to do.