painted asked: no, course not! I'm terrible at keeping in touch with people haha. I'd like to see you asap, though :) we have a lot to catch up on.
painted asked: I miss you. I wish we never lost touch.
interviewing new candidates at the book temple
All of them: well, I'm going to be gone from December 22nd 'til January 19th, for winter break
Me: you're so annoying
I don’t like this expression “First World problems.” It is false and it is...– “What’s Wrong with First World Problems”
I don’t know how much I support that woman’s claim about how pepper spray caused her miscarriage at Occupy Denver. I mean, she couldn’t provide medical documentation of this diagnosis, she was homeless and likely not receiving proper prenatal care, and it was her first trimester, which has the highest miscarriage rate by far versus second or third. And she says she was also...
I like you the best
Beach Boys - God Only Knows If you should ever...
Romantic Comedies, Their Plots (with spoilers)
Will the thin white heterosexual woman with a vague job in the upscale sector and an impossibly large apartment find love? YES.
PHANTOGRAM ON SATURDAY
My hands and feet are often asleep when I wake up in the morning, even if I haven’t been laying on them in funny ways. I don’t know what this means.
Anonymous asked: How old are you?
100,000 Copies of the Atlas Shrugged DVD Recalled →
She was a genius of sadness, immersing herself in it, separating its numerous...– Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer
Anonymous asked: youre so skinny and lovely!
m390n1 asked: Oh what parts? I live in boston too. just moved from brighton to north quincy
m390n1 asked: Haha Sorry. Where are you from?
m390n1 asked: Hello. Lets chat
Anonymous asked: It's always nice to see you.
Anonymous asked: you were in a mental hospital? why?
I love you so much that it hurts my head
I hate the girls who were friends with you after you left last year. Nice as they are, I hate them for reasons so trivial and dated that I can’t even bring myself to say them out loud. They were only trying to help, I know, they were only being sympathetic when they said I wasn’t worth it, it wasn’t your fault - it was mine. But who was there to help me? Who was holding my hand...
I sat thinking how terribly sad it was that people are made in such a way that...– The Solitaire Mystery by Jostein Gaardner (via thechocolatebrigade)