My boyfriend bought me this on Saturday for my charm bracelet, it’s so perfect.
Had the best week with him <3
Just a few photos from semester 2 and recently
How in the world did my eyes come out this colour?
Really haven’t been bothered with Tumblr recently, it’s pretty boring and irritating with all the stuff I don’t care about on my dashboard, plus writing about myself is a bit lame and keeping a diary when you’re almost 20 is pretty sad. So don’t expect much from me…
“We slog back to the train in silence.”
Thanks for that one, Catching Fire.
“‘You should have taken me with you,’ I whisper to him.”
…. taken me… to the climax?? .-.;
“Someone else enters the room, and when I look up, I’m surprised to see it’s the baker, Peeta Mellark’s father.”
THANKS, HUNGER GAMES.
And Shem and Japheth too a garment, laid it upon both their shoulders, and they walked backwards and covered their father’s nakedness; their faces were turned away, and they saw not their father’s nakedness.
Thanks a ton, Old Testament! D:
The steersman of that marsh of ruined souls,
who wore a wheel of flame around each eye,
stifled the rage that shook his wooly howls.
well… thank you Dante’s Inferno
“But we just agreed,” I said “that there’s no way not to suffer. Isn’t it better, then, just to- take it?”
Slow clap for The Art of the Short Story.
“So well intended, and yet so insulting,” Gale whispers in my ear.
WELL THEN. MOCKINGJAY HAS A NEW OTP. ME X GALE.
“Come south with me, and I’ll teach you how to laugh again.”
“Like the populations of many other urban areas in the United States, Philadelphia’s population of poor and immigrant children had grown at the same time as middle-class families had moved out of the city.”
This could make some sense. Minus the ‘children’ part. If you squint at it.
This is what I get for leaving Educational Policy books lying around, huh?
“Marketers seeking “cradle to grave” brand loyalty are exploiting this vulnerability of children.”
“Salvage hardened raisins or other dried fruit by converting them with hot water or other liquid; let stand for 10 minutes and drain well before using.”
-“Starting Out” (A cookbook)
“With Telepinus what is usually known as the Old Kingdom comes to an end.”
“It just didn’t occur to me that we wouldn’t be able to get out at the other end.”
“Impulsively I looked down at his groin.” (Blood of Kings -John Micheal Curlovich)
The next line after that one makes me pleased beyond all belief so here you go - “In the dark sarcophagus I could just make out his pubic hair and genitals; he was that well preserved”
<3 Bloody brilliant. Yes I am oddly okay with this…. In a “mm gay organ eating vampire” sort of way
“…hands apart at the top while keeping the little fingers together.” Great, thanks ASL dictionary. (end of the written description for the sign for book)
“He is brave; and he reacts instinctively, magically, to the demands of his world” HAHA omg
Thanks, Scott Pilgrim.
“Last, but the most important, rule for you to remember at all times is number seventeen,” adds Guard Arnett in an ominous warning:
hmm, not the worst that could have come from The Lucifer Effect: How Good People Turn Evil by Phillip Zimbardo….