COLE STRYKER

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nice internet money ya got there. it’d be a shame if something were to…happen to it.
this radar gif = all musical theater 
you don’t need to see any more musicals
this pretty much covers it

this radar gif = all musical theater 

you don’t need to see any more musicals

this pretty much covers it

the doctor will butt you now
killin it today guys
just wait

What must it be like to be one of these fragile birds who leaves food on his plate after a meal? Who doesn’t take twice or thrice as many hors d’oevres as is appropriate? 

Whose mind doesn’t churn with brunch calculus, eyeing the plate of the girl puffing her cheeks out in the universal sign for “full.” 

"Well if you’re just going to throw it away…" 

To approach a meal like a 21st-Century human rather than a starving hyena who may not see food again for weeks, snorfling away as though the turkey burger might be torn from one’s jaws by a rival male. 

To not be the first one done. To feel full before it’s uncomfortable. 

"Wow, you really went to town on those wings." 

his face tho

his face tho

“So I wrote all the songs and in April or so and then I went to Alabama with my boyfriend and he kinda played drums with me and we sort of fleshed out everything and decided what needed drums, what didn’t need drums, and reworked a lot of the songs I had. And then in October, I guess, we recorded it here at my house with Kyle. And Keith and Kyle are both in Swearin,’ which is my sister’s band, and they sort of, we all kind of, still like Allison is a part of my life and her entire band is an everyday part of my life, so it still felt very comfortable. We recorded it here in my basement and Kyle and Allison and Keith and another roommate of ours Sam all played on it, and it was sort of like…”

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Q&A: Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield - Stereogum

All 20-somethings sound half asleep.