“It’s a terrible thing, I think, in life to wait until you’re ready. I have this feeling now that actually no one is ever ready to do anything. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it now. Generally speaking, now is as good a time as any.” — Hugh Laurie
Before Sadie came along, smug parents would tell me that you can only really...– Emily Urquhart, The Meaning of White (via nogreatillusion) But what do you do when you fall apart and you don’t have anyone to help you pick up your pieces?
How fragile we are, between the few good moments.– Jane Hirshfield, “Vinegar and Oil” (via commovente)
vvierd: true embarrassment lies within your first email address Sweet_minette@hotmail.com. Yupppp. Wanna know why? Wanna know something even more embarrassing that the address itself? It was a nickname my first INTERNET BOYFRIEND gave me. Yup.
Masturdate (mah-ster-deyt) 1. (Noun) to take oneself on an outing that would...– I coined this term the other day because I couldn’t think of anyone to ask to go see Iron Man 3 with me who hadn’t already. (also I just changed this from a text post to a quote so that when people reblogged it Tumblr wouldn’t cut it off short like it does with text posts) ...
If you’ve been blindsided by that awful, ‘it’s not me, it’s you,’ type of...– Diane McMartin, What Goes With Your Breakup? (via nogreatillusion)
Why I can't stand 2 Broke Girls
"Oh no, Asians don't do well with B's. At Wharton, I got a B and the Japanese kid next to me killed himself"
it really is so obnoxiously racist. i don't know how the guy who plays hon lives with himself.
Yeah. It's also super sex-worker-shame-y and though Kat Dennings owns her sluttiness in a rad way it's still portrayed as that being "funny" cause she's such a "trainwreck" who had no dad and whose mother was absent. It can get pretty misogynistic at times. Hon is almost as bad a Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany's (UGH), and honestly even the white characters (Oleg and Sophie) are super awful eurotrash stereotypes. Not to mention Earl. I enjoyed it as a fluff show for awhile, but it's gotten so bad lately that I usually just feel offended and sad that it's not better about super obvious awful stereotypes that are totally overplayed and boring. And I almost feel bad about feeling done with it, because I like Molls enough that her writing on it was why I started watching it in the first place : (
Consider the word consider, which originally meant ‘to observe the stars.– Mary Ruefle (via katherinedecember29)
Why were girls in such a hurry to grow up? She would never understand. Childhood...– Sarah Addison Allen, The Peach Keeper (via larmoyante)
pi lot: brandnewswastikas: “Yeah, my thighs touch.... →
brandnewswastikas: “Yeah, my thighs touch. They touch the sides of your man’s head when he’s jaw-deep in my puss tank,” she said to the girl who had been making fun of her for being fat. The girl was shocked. She had not anticipated such a biting, venomous retort. “Yikes,” the fat girl…
What’s going to happen? I’m going to love you as long as you’ll let me, and I’ll...– Amy Bloom, Love Invents Us (via violentwavesofemotion)