The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.– Ernest Hemingway (via thatkindofwoman)
the-absolute-funniest-posts: non-english speaker: I am awfully sorry at the terrible state of my English abilities, as for the English language is not my mother tounge. I hope you forgive me for every foolish mistake I make. me with english as my first language: lol it okei Follow this blog, you will love it on your dashboard As a teacher to many ESL kids, I can attest to this. However, there...
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In honor of Remy, my 1939 Remington
containedexplosion: Waiting For October From...
Normal people flirting: hey youre cute we should go out sometime (;
Me trying to flirt: so do you like breadsticks
istealpens says: In all fairness, breadsticks are a deal-breaker.
Famous Novelists on Symbolism in Their Work and...
mentalflossr: It was 1963, and 16-year-old Bruce McAllister was sick of symbol-hunting in English class. Rather than quarrel with his teacher, he went straight to the source: McAllister mailed a crude, four-question survey to 150 novelists, asking if they intentionally planted symbolism in their work. Seventy-five authors responded. Here’s what they had to say.
I like flaws and feel more comfortable around people who have them. I myself am...– Augusten Burroughs (via arpeggia)