After a week home sick, I spent a chunk of the evening unfucking things around the house. Paying bills, cleaning up the kitchen, throwing out old food, putting away laundry, prepping breakfast/lunch/workout & office clothes for tomorrow. Sometimes the day-to-day fight against household entropy seems exceedingly daunting.
this isn’t even a problem
This is how I envision hogwarts homework being done
We made a book! It looks like One-Eyed Jack is available a little early from Amazon (and possibly from your local independent bookstore—check there first, they love to order things for you!) both as Kindle and trade paperback.
(Barnes and Noble should be in the game soon, I am assured.)
Now, off to sign at Fantask in Copenhagen with that boy I like in an hour and a half! Eeeeeeee!
Okay, I’ve just finished this, and I’m dying to know who some of the spies were. I may not be literate enough in spy literature to recognize them. I have suspicions about The Widow and The Assassin, but I’m clueless on the others. Anyone else have any ideas?
Life is made of fear. Some people eat fear soup three times a day. Some people eat fear soup all the meals there are. I eat it sometimes. When they bring me fear soup to eat, I try not to eat it, I try to send it back. But sometimes I’m too afraid to and have to eat it anyway.
— Martin Amis (via misswallflower)
i hope this woman lives forever
I love this women
I’m sorry I’m not sorry.
ja ja ja ja ja
a spanish person laughing or a german person during sex???
Finnish person struggling to remember what they were about to say next
polish person trying to get themself noticed
portuguese person trying to hush other people
Chinese person trying to do calculations
swedish person wanting to get out of a conversationLanguage is beautiful
Margaery Tyrell + tumblr text posts
Whenever people point to Mary Shelley and say “a woman invented sci-fi you know” I just think “well, I mean, technically a woman invented the whole concept of authoring books as far as we can tell but hey who’s keeping track”
You guys might recognize some of the thumbnails and a preview from a post awhile back… here’s the finished piece! :D
Done for the charity artbook Memorieal which recently gave us the go-ahead to upload the illustrations we did earlier this year. As a kid I had a flying/gliding bear species based off this stuffed animal (I named them “Pinky Bears” since I was an original precious snowflake). They were the mortal enemies of eagles, and they primarily ate fish — which they stored underground in burrows. Since that’s what bears do.
Is this one about to grab one or shake its fin? WE MAY NEVER KNOW.
Two-part panorama of Escondido, California, circa 1880