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#2 - Dylan is my man  [+] (1 reply) 07/18/2014 on Do eeeettt +78
#30 - feathersjohto (07/19/2014) [-]
That's not how you use that term...
#5 - Picture  [+] (2 replies) 07/11/2014 on Ja Gunners Jaaa +47
#17 - okamiterasu (07/12/2014) [-]
Check yourself before you Schreck yourself
#25 - RayIII (07/12/2014) [-]
#6 - the blink 182 one is fake  [+] (2 replies) 06/30/2014 on influential artist 0
#9 - anon (06/30/2014) [-]
It's just a twisted version of reality:

The song caused a stir in 2000 when it was set to replay indefinitely on a nearby stereo as 17-year-old Greg Barnes, a survivor of the Columbine High School massacre, hanged himself in the garage of his family's home.[13][14] Hoppus later told MTV that the story shocked and saddened him, attempting to reclarify the song's thesis: "The heart of the song is about having hard times in your life, being depressed, and going through a difficult period, but then finding the strength to go on and finding a better place at the other side of that."[14]
Hoppus told interviewers he received fan mail following the song’s release from fans that had contemplated suicide, but decided not to go through with after hearing the song.[15] "That really, really is great," he said. "I think that was one of the greatest moments ever in my life."[15]
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#26 - mrselfdestruct (06/30/2014) [-]
"Tom and Travis always had girlfriends waiting back home, so they had something to look forward to at the end of the tour. But I didn’t, so it was always like, I was lonely on tour, but then I got home and it didn’t matter because there was nothing there for me anyway."
— Mark Hoppus, reflecting on writing "Adam's Song"

but we don't really know who Adam is.
It may or may not have been taken from the fictional suicide note called "Adam's Letter" which was written by John Cosper.

I absolutely love blink-182.
#2 - Picture 06/28/2014 on Dammit Chris 0