“Falling in love for the first time is always dangerous, but when you’re foolish enough to fall in love with a fictional character you can pretty much be assured it’s going to be unrequited. Also, you’re not going to be the first, or the last, for that matter, to have been involved with this fictional character. He’s got a string of women, some of whom have been involved with him for years, rereading him again and again. And in the long run he belongs to his author, heart and soul.” —Alice Hoffman (via j4zzman)
“Racism isn’t born, folks. It’s taught. I have a 2-year-old son. Know what he hates? Naps. End of list.” —Denis Leary, 1992 (via drapetomania)
“I love that moment. When you’re on a long car ride, or listening to music, or reading. And you completely zone out. You forget your troubles, and everyone around you. You’re focused on that one thing, and that one thing only. You’re content, and everything seems peaceful.” —Anonymous (via larmoyante)
- the way I type on tumblr: omfdgd lololol rkejwhlkjdhlwkjerhwer I can't evEN WITH THESE FEELS MAN
- the way I write for class: under this assumption, it is safe to dictate in a clear and particularly concise way that the author not only felt the need to illustrate the background surrounding the mortifying, yet tragic, action that pushes forward the engaging plot, but also the background of the reader's very own heart.