A scrupulous writer, in every sentence that he writes, will ask himself at least...– George Orwell, Politics and the English Language (via pavorst)
Here's me staring goofily at my dashboard, trying...
I know that if they do, they won’t open again for the night. And I’m not done yet.
You see things, and you say why? But i dream things that never were, and say why...– George Bernard Shaw (via quote-book)
ImpishIdea: Breaking Dawn, Part 1: A Movie Review →
Twilight, Breaking Dawn is a putrid festering piece of shit. You know those gas station bathrooms that are cleaned once a month, and this one hasn’t been in two months, and at least five or six people have had explosive diarrhea in and around and on the toilet? Yeah. Picture yourself locked inside that bathroom stall for 117 minutes with horrible music playing, and you have just recreated the...
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sumney: collectivecrack: White American males constitute only 33% of the population. Yet, they occupy approximately: 80% of tenured positions in higher education 80% of the House of Representatives 80-85% of the U.S. Senate 92%of Forbes 400 executive CEO-level positions 90% of athletic team owners 97.7% of U.S. presidents Well that’s obviously because white men are the hardest working...
The Deification of Severus Snape, by Glovebox →
While deification as such may be a vast overstatement, the point stands that the fandom has become utterly and blindly obsessed over the years with a man by the name of Severus Snape. If I had a dollar for every Snape and Lily reference on the internet, I would be a very rich woman. But how many people actually look back on the first six and three-quarters books and go wow, if I had Snape for...
Your dash lacks some birds with arms
panasonicyouth: belgianbollocks: halfdeadbears: teizoku: It certainly does. well let me rectify that problem Oh, crap, I didn’t know. And lack them it did. Until now. Thank you.
I hate writing, I love having written.– Dorothy Parker (via pavorst)
There is something delicious about writing the first words of a story. You never...– Beatrix Potter (via pavorst)
I write.: Metaphors from high school English... →
pavorst: Metaphors from high school English essays: 1. Her face was a perfect oval, like a circle that had it’s two sides gently compressed by a thigh master. 2. He spoke with the wisdom that can only come from experience, like a guy who went blind because he looked at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes with a pinhole in it and now goes around the country speaking at high schools...
slushpilehell: My dream agent is Andrew Wylie, but it seems that he only handles big name authors, so I’m querying you. This is eerily similar to the way my wife accepted my marriage proposal.
pavorst: I will be very quiet, very kind. I will not make you flinch, I will not make you cry. You are a person sown, stitched with metal bones. You are so fragile, delicate. You are my everything, I am your very own.