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Tumblr of the Week: Obsessive The Maine Disorder

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As a way to pay homage to people like Erika, this week we're bringing you Obsessive The Maine Disorder.

More on what's awesome about this week's Tumblr of the Week after the jump...

Obsessive The Maine Disorder claims to be "your number one blog for all things The Maine," so Erika must not be messing around. She must be really obsessive considering their blog has over 2,300 pages of The Maine material! Holy smokes...that's love.


The blog has a rather in depth FAQ section in which Erika responds to everything from inquiries about the band members' tattoos to what kinds of candy you should give the band if you meet them and want to bring them a gift.

There is also a page with all of the The Maine-related links one could ever need. This includes pages for lyrics, pictures, tour info, the band's side projects, their discography merch, fan stories and more.

Confirmed: Erika really is obsessed, but in the best way possible.

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