THE ENTIRE WORLD IS GOING INSANE.

have you ever had instances where you wonder why the fuck people wake up at unearthly hours to blend food. buy organic almond butter, obsess over youtube stars, etc.?

i’m wondering that now.

and i feel like screaming at the insanity and depravity of it all.

need to read some tao lin.

holysimba:

Hairdresser: do you like it?
Me: yes thank you

*goes home and cries*

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cuprikorn:

shooting for Vista Alegre by .redredred on Flickr.

everyone is an overachiever i’ll never measure up to them but it’s ok; i shall concentrate on being the very best version of myself. therein lies the meaning of life

cuprikorn:

shooting for Vista Alegre by .redredred on Flickr.

everyone is an overachiever i’ll never measure up to them but it’s ok; i shall concentrate on being the very best version of myself. therein lies the meaning of life

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allthingseurope:

Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg (by A-PA)

need.to.go.

allthingseurope:

Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg (by A-PA)

need.to.go.

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We should not feel obliged to conceptualise the unthinkable with unsatisfactory linguistic tools. The day we can disagree or even hate Hillary Clinton in a language which is not gender-biased is the day where we have transcended the real glass ceiling of equal respect among women and men.
Elvin Lim, Gendered Metaphors of Women in Power: the Case of Hillary Clinton as Madonna, Unruly Woman, Bitch and Witch.
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brorsdiary:

LUND 14

when you look back everything is tinged with nostalgia.
that being said;
/I think my feelings of culture shock stemmed from Sweden’s ethnic homogeneity. Growing up in the US, especially in California, exposed me to diversity and taught me to not just tolerate but accept others and embrace the differences that make our country so great yet so complicated. Not seeing that diversity was just strange and disconcerting. I don’t think I’ve ever appreciated growing up in a melting pot until my semester abroad. 
THIS. just swap US/Cali with Singapore thanks

brorsdiary:

LUND 14

when you look back everything is tinged with nostalgia.

that being said;

/I think my feelings of culture shock stemmed from Sweden’s ethnic homogeneity. Growing up in the US, especially in California, exposed me to diversity and taught me to not just tolerate but accept others and embrace the differences that make our country so great yet so complicated. Not seeing that diversity was just strange and disconcerting. I don’t think I’ve ever appreciated growing up in a melting pot until my semester abroad. 

THIS. just swap US/Cali with Singapore thanks

because the new camera has gifted me with photo taking skills i never knew i had 

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When Haley Joel Osment thought about Dakota Fanning’s father he saw a normal-looking man sitting on the edge of a bed in the morning, standing in an office with a neutral facial expression, walking to his apartment at night, walking into his bedroom, quietly closing the door, screaming in agony, brushing his teeth, sleeping.
Richard Yates, Tao Lin
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The one thing I can say for certain about Leaving the Atocha Station is that reading it was unlike any other novel-reading experience I’ve had for a long time.
Maureen Corrigan tackles Leaving The Atocha Station. (via nprfreshair)

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It is exquisitely trivial, a delicate bubble of fancy, and it has its philosophy…that we should treat all the trivial things of life seriously, and all the serious things of life with sincere and studied triviality.
Oscar Wilde, on The Importance of Being Earnest
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whimseeker:

VIVA COLOMBIA!!! \o/

when i score a goal i’m gna initiate this celebration ALL MY TEAM MATES PLS TAKE NOTE HAHAHAHA

whimseeker:

VIVA COLOMBIA!!! \o/

when i score a goal i’m gna initiate this celebration ALL MY TEAM MATES PLS TAKE NOTE HAHAHAHA

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