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blogtastic: Sun City Asian Bistro and Café Category: Asian TWO STARS I called Sam and asked him if he wanted to come to dinner but he said he had softball practice and I said that was a damned shame and hung up. When I got to Sun City Bea and Rob were at were at the bar, behind tattooed women and men with guitars. They were sitting in the shade and their beers were half empty. We drank beer and...
textsfromlastnight: (917): level of my singleness - just ate a whole pizza topless in bed.
Snape reading Shakespeare cuddlefishing: Oh,...
bestofwikipedia: Limerence is a term coined c. 1977 by the psychologist Dorothy Tennov, a neologism used to describe an involuntary state of mind which seems to result from a romantic attraction for another person combined with an overwhelming, obsessive need to have one’s feelings reciprocated. The concept grew out of Tennov’s mid-1960s work, when she interviewed over 500 people on the topic of...
1. why note merely the despaired of occasion of wordshed is it not better...– Fuck you, Samuel Beckett… GOD. Too too good. Samuel Beckett, Cascando (via grammatolatry)
You don’t have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body.– CS LEWIS (via -neglect)
I just need some sex and some stimulating...
et-tu-dionysus: whorcrux: is that too much to ask for? GPOY.
“So,” my Opa always says at the end of a thought before the new one is formed. It’s a Langendyk verbal tic, for all I know a Dutch-English verbal tic in general, and it is prevalent in my mother’s side of the family. I visited them last summer for my cousin’s wedding, and it felt like putting on a well-worn cotton sweater, to hear “so” again after the...
I want you and you are not here. I pause in this garden, breathing the colour...– Carol Ann Duffy, Miles Away (via holdonmagnolia)
We were in the dumbest seasonal love. We were laughing merlot up, throwing...– I want that. Derrick Brown “Japanese Paper (3.)” (via littlebluepenguin)
Love does not consist of gazing at each other, but in looking outward together...– Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (via kari-shma)
You are part of my existence, part of myself. You have been in every line I have...– Great Expectations, Charles Dickens (via fuckyeahliteraryquotes)
It’s so weird to be young,” Alex said. “I realize that now. I look back on when...– The Vast Fields of Ordinary, Nick Burd. (via likechildreninafairytale)
Learning to love differently is hard, love with the hands wide open, love with...– Marge Piercy, To Have Without Holding (via holdonmagnolia)
There is nothing for me to learn from winning. It is losing that has yielded...– Derrick Brown, “Victory Explosions” (via prairiewanders)
You know, you can’t simultaneously fire teachers and tomahawk missiles.– Jon Stewart (via notentirely)