Oh man this movie.
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Shift in Peace. We have a heaVen-Spec GTR waiting for you.
This edit, it just works. You’ll be missed man.
OMG OMG OMG OMG IT’S A CORGI WITH A TAIL OMG OMG OMG OMG AND IT WAGS OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!
"Now you owe me a ten-second car."
Reading that line just killed me
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Rest In Peace Paul Walker and Roger Rodas.
Nissan Skyline, 2 Fast 2 Furious. Always Remember.
regretting a conversation you started with someone and trying to leave it
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Can I just rage about people saying that Paul Walker’s death shouldn’t be glorified? I’m so heated right now omg because everyone is saying “People die. Paul Walker is just another one.” and “Celebrity deaths shouldn’t be glorified.” Hypocrites say that we shouldn’t glorify celebrities that die, but I don’t see them glorifying the people around the world who die everyday. They’re all like, “people forget about the kids who die in Africa” and shit like that. Of course it’s sad, but celebrities could be people’s idols and inspirations, and it’s natural for people to be super sad about it. Celebrities contribute to people’s happiness in life and it’s sad because that significant person is lost. I mean, I’m sorry for not crying about the people that die somewhere in the world that I don’t know, but am I supposed to cry about every stranger that dies who hasn’t contributed to my life at all? And do you see people who don’t know Paul Walker cry about his death? No. It’s the same fucking thing. People keep trying to condemn his death and make it seem like his death isn’t important, just because he isn’t important to them. It’s not the fact that he’s a celebrity that he’s getting all the attention and sadness, it’s because he was actually important to some of us. People need to calm the fuck down and let people be sad about a tragic event like this.
RIP Paul Walker, thank you for being an inspiration to so many people around the world and your legacy will never be forgotten.