quit-your-life

So quit your life and stay with me
We’ll order in and watch TV
We’ll paint the house and wash the car
We’ll take a walk but not too far
So quit your life and stay with me
—  MXPX

milenasblog asked:

So basically I hate my job (it's just a standard food service job) and dread going every day and they overwork me and I hate the customers and I want to quit so bad but they're rly understaffed and I feel bad so should I decide that 7 months at this shithole is enough or should I stay a few more months

That is completely up to you! But know that you can look for a new job while you’re still working. You don’t need to wait until after you quit. If something better comes along, you can take it and you shouldn’t feel guilty. That business deserves to have someone who wants to be there and will put in an effort because they want to. I’m not going to tell you to quit or wait, though, that’s 100% your decision and yours alone.

I feel good, you’re the best friend that I’ve found
I feel good when I’m coming back to your town

So quit your life and stay with me
We’ll order in and watch TV
We’ll paint the house and wash the car
We’ll take a walk but not too far
So quit your life and stay with me

—  MxPx, Quit Your Life.
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MxPx - Quit Your Life 

love this song so much so so cute

He was from a middle class home. He was an average student. He graduated and got an average job in the same place that his father worked. He got married to a girl that he went to school with. Together they had two children that looked like two children. He lived the average life of the average middle American.
—  Henry Rollins - Black Coffee Blues