Friday, August 27

Dressed for a Road Trip






Don't you just hate flipping through the radio and hearing the worst songs? This song is a classic example of something that should have never existed.



Do you have any road trip stories or memories of really bad songs from the past? please do share! :D I would love to hear from you all! -Bobby

19 comments:

  1. i had to check out your blog. i love your style. you're insanely cool. following. :)

    kathi folds five

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  2. @kathi eric :) wow thanks so much, and i'll be sure to check out yours!

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  3. I absolutely love it as I've already said in lookbook *-* First time your photography is amazing and you look so cute . And your outfit is to die for , rocking everything dear :)
    XX

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  4. you look absolutely gorgeous! :)
    xoxo

    http://theonlyfashionprincess.blogspot.com

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  5. I never really went on a road trip but I just had a graduation trip to Koh Samui and the "song of the trip" was Tik Tok - Kesha. Bad enough? HA! By the way I found your blog on lookbook and loved this outfit! Great style!And from the looks of it, I like that van!!
    http://bubbbbbbaf.blogspot.com
    follow me? following you

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  6. Ahhhhh I love this entire look!!! You are going to have so much fun with all of the turbans in Rexdale!! Yay

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  7. this is the best look i have seen in a really long time! perfect for a roadtrip!

    We once had a roadtrip where a friend rode the whole way in the trunk of the car, and he fell asleep in it! that was pretty insane!

    x

    http://tantrummagazine.blogspot.com

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  8. the car is really great!
    and your pics, too :))

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  9. This is waaay past but I thought I should still share...

    I went a raod trip with my family (bad idea to begin with) to NYC. We stopped at Burger King and my little sis (8) buys one of those Oreo ice-cream things. A little while later, she starts crying because her ice-cream got spilled. Trying to 'console' her I say:

    "It's okay, Monica. Life will go on."

    My dad - "Don't you dare tell her life will go on...."

    He probably didn't mean it that way since I wasn't trying to keep the sarcasm out of my voice when I told her life would go on. Needless to say, that was and always will be the 'golden moment' of a rather gloomy road trip. haha

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I appreciate and read each and every comment! & the ones on my blog I enjoy especially! Thank you so much for reading my blog! -Bobby