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  1. Frangipani liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    oh fuck y'all she's going off on the honeymoon acc
  2. prettywhenimhigh liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    oh fuck y'all she's going off on the honeymoon acc
  3. The Siren liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    oh fuck y'all she's going off on the honeymoon acc
  4. fantascination liked a post in a topic by West Coast in Instagram Updates   
    Lana should announce her new album "Fuck Target Kids" while she's at it tbh.
  5. dealer bitch liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    oh fuck y'all she's going off on the honeymoon acc
  6. shadesofdealer liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    She's pissed off about the rumor that she blew up on a Target employee about BB CDs being put out early. Says it's obviously not true and defamation is wrong.
     
     
     
  7. Venice liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    She's pissed off about the rumor that she blew up on a Target employee about BB CDs being put out early. Says it's obviously not true and defamation is wrong.
     
     
     
  8. sweetcinnamondealer liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    She's pissed off about the rumor that she blew up on a Target employee about BB CDs being put out early. Says it's obviously not true and defamation is wrong.
     
     
     
  9. sweetcinnamondealer liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    I just wanted to say this, and I have nowhere else to say it:
     
    For me, Lana's music - especially Born to Die, Ultraviolence, and Honeymoon - is so nostalgic, and so evocative of my teenage years. It triggers those memories and those sensations for me in a way that nothing else does. I first discovered Lana in 2011, with the Video Games MV; I was 13 years old. I'm 23 years old now. I literally grew up with Lana and her music. 
     
    I remember riding in my best friend's car when I sixteen years old, screaming the lyrics to Born to Die and Off to the Races, not really understanding what they meant back then, but, simultaneously, understanding exactly what they meant. I remember being sprawled out on my bed, drunk, listening to West Coast, feeling every inch of it in the marrow of my bones. I remember Honeymoon, and Art Deco, and The Blackest Day, and all of the things those songs made me feel.
     
    Lana was an integral part of my childhood. An integral part of my formative years. And Blue Banisters feels like the ultimate cumulation of that; it feels, in a way, like we've grown and matured together. Here I am, ten years later, an adult who's seen so much and been so through so much in the last ten years. And I just feel like Blue Banisters reflects those feelings, and that maturation, so well.
     
    I don't know. I'm drunk, and I'm probably being over-sentimental. But I can already tell that this album is going to be significant, and sentimental, to me.
  10. sweetcinnamondealer liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    oh fuck y'all she's going off on the honeymoon acc
  11. fantascination liked a post in a topic by shadesofdealer in Instagram Updates   
    Oooh spill
  12. shadesofdealer liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    oh fuck y'all she's going off on the honeymoon acc
  13. slenderpup liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Instagram Updates   
    oh fuck y'all she's going off on the honeymoon acc
  14. takeitdoen liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    I just wanted to say this, and I have nowhere else to say it:
     
    For me, Lana's music - especially Born to Die, Ultraviolence, and Honeymoon - is so nostalgic, and so evocative of my teenage years. It triggers those memories and those sensations for me in a way that nothing else does. I first discovered Lana in 2011, with the Video Games MV; I was 13 years old. I'm 23 years old now. I literally grew up with Lana and her music. 
     
    I remember riding in my best friend's car when I sixteen years old, screaming the lyrics to Born to Die and Off to the Races, not really understanding what they meant back then, but, simultaneously, understanding exactly what they meant. I remember being sprawled out on my bed, drunk, listening to West Coast, feeling every inch of it in the marrow of my bones. I remember Honeymoon, and Art Deco, and The Blackest Day, and all of the things those songs made me feel.
     
    Lana was an integral part of my childhood. An integral part of my formative years. And Blue Banisters feels like the ultimate cumulation of that; it feels, in a way, like we've grown and matured together. Here I am, ten years later, an adult who's seen so much and been so through so much in the last ten years. And I just feel like Blue Banisters reflects those feelings, and that maturation, so well.
     
    I don't know. I'm drunk, and I'm probably being over-sentimental. But I can already tell that this album is going to be significant, and sentimental, to me.
  15. maysparkle liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    Second this. I want her to do the whole album with a full orchestra tbh 
  16. honeymo0n liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    Second this. I want her to do the whole album with a full orchestra tbh 
  17. PeroxidePrincess liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    Second this. I want her to do the whole album with a full orchestra tbh 
  18. fantascination liked a post in a topic by Thunder Revenant in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    Noone will read it, but I'll try a first ranking
     
     
  19. COCC liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    Second this. I want her to do the whole album with a full orchestra tbh 
  20. fantascination liked a post in a topic by Dealer Boulevard in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    This made me emotional 
    Loved reading this a lot , you spilled
    One of the most beautiful posts I saw on LB
  21. stupidapartmentcomplex liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    I just wanted to say this, and I have nowhere else to say it:
     
    For me, Lana's music - especially Born to Die, Ultraviolence, and Honeymoon - is so nostalgic, and so evocative of my teenage years. It triggers those memories and those sensations for me in a way that nothing else does. I first discovered Lana in 2011, with the Video Games MV; I was 13 years old. I'm 23 years old now. I literally grew up with Lana and her music. 
     
    I remember riding in my best friend's car when I sixteen years old, screaming the lyrics to Born to Die and Off to the Races, not really understanding what they meant back then, but, simultaneously, understanding exactly what they meant. I remember being sprawled out on my bed, drunk, listening to West Coast, feeling every inch of it in the marrow of my bones. I remember Honeymoon, and Art Deco, and The Blackest Day, and all of the things those songs made me feel.
     
    Lana was an integral part of my childhood. An integral part of my formative years. And Blue Banisters feels like the ultimate cumulation of that; it feels, in a way, like we've grown and matured together. Here I am, ten years later, an adult who's seen so much and been so through so much in the last ten years. And I just feel like Blue Banisters reflects those feelings, and that maturation, so well.
     
    I don't know. I'm drunk, and I'm probably being over-sentimental. But I can already tell that this album is going to be significant, and sentimental, to me.
  22. Venice Peach liked a post in a topic by fantascination in Blue Banisters - Pre-Release Thread: OUT October 22nd, 2021   
    I just wanted to say this, and I have nowhere else to say it:
     
    For me, Lana's music - especially Born to Die, Ultraviolence, and Honeymoon - is so nostalgic, and so evocative of my teenage years. It triggers those memories and those sensations for me in a way that nothing else does. I first discovered Lana in 2011, with the Video Games MV; I was 13 years old. I'm 23 years old now. I literally grew up with Lana and her music. 
     
    I remember riding in my best friend's car when I sixteen years old, screaming the lyrics to Born to Die and Off to the Races, not really understanding what they meant back then, but, simultaneously, understanding exactly what they meant. I remember being sprawled out on my bed, drunk, listening to West Coast, feeling every inch of it in the marrow of my bones. I remember Honeymoon, and Art Deco, and The Blackest Day, and all of the things those songs made me feel.
     
    Lana was an integral part of my childhood. An integral part of my formative years. And Blue Banisters feels like the ultimate cumulation of that; it feels, in a way, like we've grown and matured together. Here I am, ten years later, an adult who's seen so much and been so through so much in the last ten years. And I just feel like Blue Banisters reflects those feelings, and that maturation, so well.
     
    I don't know. I'm drunk, and I'm probably being over-sentimental. But I can already tell that this album is going to be significant, and sentimental, to me.
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