I thought max read made this up. I guess it’s real! I’m never paying taxes again
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Released in April 1999 as the advance single off Millennium, “I Want It That Way” is arguably the best pop single to come out of the millennial boy-band culture. (N’Sync’s “Bye Bye Bye,” which would propel the group’s No Strings Attached beyond Millennium’s sales record a year later, is the other major contender.) It topped pretty much every worldwide chart it could, and was critically well-regarded and Grammy-nominated; even today, it’s not too hard to get even the most pop-averse curmudgeon to acknowledge at least begrudging respect for “I Want It That Way.” It’s a midtempo delight stacked with signature Max Martin theatrics—That bridge! That key change!—and delivered by the five Boys with a panache that supersedes the borderline-nonsensical lyrics. It’s probably still too early to deem “I Want It That Way” a timeless pop classic, but it certainly has a legitimate claim to the title.
I like my new coworkers, but I miss my Tumblr friends. It’s after midnight in NYC and right after posting the photo before this, they all woke up to like it. Awesomeness that will be hard to beat.
This is an important post because it shows the inner workings of a man lost a sea; full of yearning and regret. Whose world is blurred blacks and grays because all the color has been taken away.
When you leave Tumblr you become melancholy. You wake up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat and realize what a mistake you’ve made, the biggest mistake of your life. You grow bitter and eventually you will die alone.
“Excuse me, do you have the new Depeche Mode album?” “Yeah, it’s over there. But it sucks.”