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Rob: Should I bolt every time I get that feeling in my gut when I meet someone new? Well, I’ve been listening to my gut since I was 14 years old, and frankly speaking, I’ve come to the conclusion that my guts have shit for brains. — High Fidelity

Rob: Should I bolt every time I get that feeling in my gut when I meet someone new? Well, I’ve been listening to my gut since I was 14 years old, and frankly speaking, I’ve come to the conclusion that my guts have shit for brains. — High Fidelity

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There was a time when beer in America was reserved for drunken men in dirty pubs, swinging their steins of beer back in forth and singing with a drunken slur. That’s actually a scene from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, but you get the point. It was forty ouncers and Busch Light cans, not tulips and chalices. Today, craft beer represents a well-respected part of our culture that may even be a little bit romantic.

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Young Sally: He will hear my call a mile away. He will whistle my favorite song. He can ride a pony backwards. 
Young Gillian: What are you doing? 
Young Sally: Summoning up a true love spell called Amas Veritas. 
He can flip pancakes in the air. He’ll be marvelously kind. And his favorite shape will be a star. And he’ll have one green eye and one blue. 
Young Gillian: Thought you never wanted to fall in love. 
Young Sally:: That’s the point. The guy I dreamed of doesn’t exist. And if he doesn’t exist, I’ll never die of a broken heart. 
Young Sally: He will hear my call a mile away. He will whistle my favorite song. He can ride a pony backwards. 

Young Gillian: What are you doing? 

Young Sally: Summoning up a true love spell called Amas Veritas.
He can flip pancakes in the air. He’ll be marvelously kind. And his favorite shape will be a star. And he’ll have one green eye and one blue. 

Young Gillian: Thought you never wanted to fall in love. 

Young Sally:: That’s the point. The guy I dreamed of doesn’t exist. And if he doesn’t exist, I’ll never die of a broken heart. 
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When the temperature in Chicago hits below 20 degrees, there’s not much appealing about heading outside. Personally, on those days I’d give anything to stay cuddled in front of a fireplace, sipping hot chocolate with five blankets on top of me. Then I remember my college days, when a snow (or cold) day meant heading down to the local watering hole, playing darts all day and putting off our homework. 

Although we’re not all in college anymore, we can still act like it sometimes…right? So, here are some of the best places in Chicago to hideout from old man winter. From wood burning fireplaces to delicious food to warm your tummy, these places have all it takes to cure your sub-zero blues. Maybe, if you’re lucky, they may even let you hide out until summer.

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“And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five

“And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep.” ― Kurt VonnegutSlaughterhouse-Five

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theavc:

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is getting it’s own beer, and it couldn’t be more perfect.

DAH!

theavc:

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is getting it’s own beer, and it couldn’t be more perfect.

DAH!

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"I have been dating someone who treats my heart like it’s monkey meat. I feel like a delusional, invisible person half the time so I need to learn what it’s like to be treated well before it’s too late for me." - Lena Dunham, Girls Season 1 Episode 6, “The Return)

"I have been dating someone who treats my heart like it’s monkey meat. I feel like a delusional, invisible person half the time so I need to learn what it’s like to be treated well before it’s too late for me." - Lena Dunham, Girls Season 1 Episode 6, “The Return)

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"Music, you know, true music - not just rock n roll - it chooses you. It lives in your car, or alone listening to your headphones, you know, with the cast scenic bridges and angelic choirs in your brain. It’s a place apart from the vast, benign lap of America." - Lester Bangs, “Almost Famous”

"Music, you know, true music - not just rock n roll - it chooses you. It lives in your car, or alone listening to your headphones, you know, with the cast scenic bridges and angelic choirs in your brain. It’s a place apart from the vast, benign lap of America." - Lester Bangs, “Almost Famous”

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"I felt the wind on my cheek coming down from the east,
and thought about how we are all as numerous as leaves on trees
and maybe ours is the cause of all mankind:
get loved, make more, try to stay alive.”
Rilo Kiley, “More Adventurous”

"I felt the wind on my cheek coming down from the east,

and thought about how we are all as numerous as leaves on trees

and maybe ours is the cause of all mankind:

get loved, make more, try to stay alive.”

Rilo Kiley, “More Adventurous”

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"It’s so easy to do the wrong thing in this world. So if it feels wrong don’t do it - if it feels easy, don’t do it. Don’t let the world spoil you." - Walking Dead, Season 3, Ep. 4, “Killer Within”

"It’s so easy to do the wrong thing in this world. So if it feels wrong don’t do it - if it feels easy, don’t do it. Don’t let the world spoil you." - Walking Dead, Season 3, Ep. 4, “Killer Within”