Conor Jansen is an asexual Jewish slacker who draws comics and sometimes posts them on here. He used to make music. He was also a writer at some point in time. Presently he works a minimum wage job as a delivery boy, which he is happy with. He enjoys horror films. His favorite movie is George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead. He also likes music. His favorite types of music are shoegaze, post-punk, and nineties college rock. He also likes Patti Smith. He has been trying to quit smoking for a while. He is currently working on a comic series called Burango, which is about monsters.


The Brian Jonestown Massacre


The Brian Jonestown Massacre

      48 plays

      (Source: musicisaprincess)

      • Cashier: Oh my god he's got a gun!
      • Me: No, it's a metaphor, see?


      co-worker reading posts from FML and laughing out loud to each one like its 2009 or something

      One of my favorite high school memories was the jock sitting next to me during English reading a “Fail” blog on the computer while we were working on essays, laughing, then asking me to explain it to him, over and over, laughing harder after I did. I’m not being condescending or mean when I say it was adorable, it was actually adorable. 

        I don’t care how much you care about music or how refined you think your tastes are, if somebody shows you music and they’re really happy about showing you music and you act like a dick about the music they like, you are just shit.

          the idea that there are people who are “happy” is a lie made up by the government 

            Read More

              "being asexual/aromantic would make my life so much easier"


              step one: hey

              step two: hey don’t

              step three: hey don’t say that


                what if a judge was playing basketball and slam dunked a gavel through the hoop and was like “court is adjourned”

                like, what’s going on?

                  Just found out Hannibal Buress grew up on the street a block east of my house.

                      I get where you’re going with “Black History Month” but how about just “History Month”?

                      I get where you’re going with “Black History Month” but how about just “History Month”?