1. nevver:

    Everybody’s got a thing, Miriam Marlene Waldner

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  2. Reblogged from: zaeena
  3. nevver:

The Writers’ Retreat, Incidental Comics

    nevver:

    The Writers’ Retreat, Incidental Comics

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  4. You’ll read a book that will change your life. People say that all the time, especially your grandma and your mom and your professors in college, and it always made you roll your eyes but now you get it. Life is changed. You are this book’s bitch. You fell in love with it in the same way you fell in love with someone in high school: blindly and all-consuming. I’m talking about the book that became the lens from which you chose to see the world. You were just waiting for something to come along and explain to you how the world works, to make it all easier for you. and it came. You will remember this  book more vividly than some of the people you dated for three months in college.

    source: thoughtcatalog.com

  5. We sit together
    playing video games.
    Completely content.
    Sometimes love is not just being romantic.
    Sometimes it means to just enjoy being together in the same room.
    Without saying a word.
  6. If anyone is having a bad day….I hope this picture of a baby giraffe makes you smile. 

    If anyone is having a bad day….I hope this picture of a baby giraffe makes you smile. 

  7. "Scientists from the RAND Corporation have created this model to illustrate how a "home computer" could look like in the year 2004. However the needed will not be economically feasible for the average home. Also the scientists readily admit that the computer will require not yet invented technology to actually work, but 50 years from now scientific progress is expected to solve these problems. With teletype interface and the Fortan language, the computer will be easy to use." 

    "Scientists from the RAND Corporation have created this model to illustrate how a "home computer" could look like in the year 2004. However the needed will not be economically feasible for the average home. Also the scientists readily admit that the computer will require not yet invented technology to actually work, but 50 years from now scientific progress is expected to solve these problems. With teletype interface and the Fortan language, the computer will be easy to use." 

  8. I love Karen O.

  9. edwardspoonhands:

    moeranda:

    itseliberg33:

    can she just get an award or something

    I reblog this whenever it pops up on my dash.

    So many directions she could have gone with this joke…out of infinite possibilities…she picked the best possible direction.

    Reblogged from: upworthy
  10. whitepaperquotes:

Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time. - Maya Angelou

    whitepaperquotes:

    Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time. - Maya Angelou

    Reblogged from: needleinthehaywritingcomp
  11. nevver:

Fishnets is Fridays
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  13. gayturians:

    lyraffect:

    gayturians:

    once when i was little, i claimed it was a teacher’s work day so i wouldn’t have to go to school and mom’s not an idiot so of course it didn’t work, but when we got to the school, we found it was a teacher’s work day and that made me think i had super powers so i started trying to kill classmates with my mind to confirm the theory

    You thought you had super powers so you immediately attempted to murder everyone

    go big or go home

    Reblogged from: needleinthehaywritingcomp
  14. The story behind lobsters
    is that they weren’t thought of as cuisine
    until the 19th century. Before that
    they were considered peasant food,
    and most often served in prisons.

    The story behind diamonds
    is that they were just rocks until 1938
    when there was a marketing campaign
    that forever linked them with love.

    The story about you is that you thought
    I was so much more than I was.

    The story behind art
    is that it’s never a masterpiece
    until it’s already been sold.
    Once it already belongs to someone else.

    The story behind us
    is that once you finally had me, you had
    no idea what I was worth.

    Clementine von Radics, “The Story Behind Lobsters”  (via qoldlush)
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