Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man.
I’m lonely. And I’m lonely in some horribly deep way and for a flash of an...– Augusten Burroughs, Dry (via larmoyante)
queefjerkey: my hidden talent is letting all of my homework and other obligations pile up until the very last minute so i can crack under the pressure and have a mental breakdown
A haiku about getting out of bed
wistfuleyes: no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no
I myself am made up entirely of flaws, stitched together with good intentions.– Augusten Burroughs (via floralnymph)
is a good idea in theory— wait, a few hundred (thousand?) teenagers running around Universal Studios at night, nevermind. But as perceived by said teenagers, it’s a good idea. Then, exhaustion strikes and it gets really hellish, really fast. If you’re one of the smart ones like myself, you’ve come prepared with pot brownies in your bra. (side note: my girls and I slaved...
My mother was taking my clothes out of the laundry for me..
Mom: And your bra still smells like pot
Me: I don't know mom, maybe I just secrete that scent permanently.
Anonymous asked: did you read all books by Nicole Krauss? which one do you like best?
I just finished Man Walks Into a Room by Nicole Krauss, and I really loved it (specifically for its revelations on the human condition.) The protagonist loses all of his memories past the age of 12, essentially his entire adult life. It grants him a freedom of sorts, a rebirth in the form of a blank slate. Concurrently, a scientist is delving into the human psyche, trying to find a way to transfer...