The writer’s job is to get the main character up a tree, and then once they are up there, throw rocks at them.
Vladimir Nabokov (via elucipher)

(via yeahwriters)

dajo42:

hello welcome to compulsory education. here we will teach you things like how to measure the sides of triangles. wait what? you want to know how to live and do important things like taxes? no sorry thats not on the curriculum we have to look at these triangles for five years

(via gxesio)

delilahsdawson:

GPOY.

The tall blonde lets out a cry of despairSays, “Would have cut it myself if I knew men could climb hair.”

delilahsdawson:

GPOY.

The tall blonde lets out a cry of despair
Says, “Would have cut it myself if I knew men could climb hair.”

(via brontebds13)

This mug will count sheep so you don’t have to.

This mug will count sheep so you don’t have to.

Monsters are tragic beings. They are born too tall, too strong, too heavy. They are not evil by choice. That is their tragedy. They do not attack people because they want to, but because of their size and strength, mankind has no other choice but to defend himself. After several stories such as this, people end up having a kind of affection for the monsters. They end up caring about them.

Ishiro Honda (via ironiconion)

This quote is so rarely printed in its entirety. Fantastic.

(via astoundingbeyondbelief)

(via mari-the-mole)

unwrapping:

Find All Your Tumblr Tags: I stumbled on a chronological list of all my tags in the Tumblr dashboard source code. Where did this handy list come from? Last month, Tumblr shifted from separate posting forms to inline dashboard posting. Tumblr also moved my list of 163 tags to the dashboard’s HTML, so I’m prompted with my previous tags as I type. To see your tags, view your dashboard source, then run a find (Ctrl-F on Windows or Command-F on Mac) for Tumblr.USER_TAGS in the source code.
Learn how to view HTML source in… Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.
Update: If you have thousands upon thousands of tags, this tip may not show all of your tags.

unwrapping:

Find All Your Tumblr Tags: 
I stumbled on a chronological list of all my tags in the Tumblr dashboard source code. Where did this handy list come from? Last month, Tumblr shifted from separate posting forms to inline dashboard posting. Tumblr also moved my list of 163 tags to the dashboard’s HTML, so I’m prompted with my previous tags as I type. To see your tags, view your dashboard source, then run a find (Ctrl-F on Windows or Command-F on Mac) for Tumblr.USER_TAGS in the source code.

Learn how to view HTML source in… Google Chrome, Apple SafariMozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.

Update: If you have thousands upon thousands of tags, this tip may not show all of your tags.

"Words fail me," she said—but, like most people who say that, she somehow managed to continue.
Annie on my Mind, Nancy Garden

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Pretty soon I’ll be getting on my first plane
I’ll see the veins of my city like they do in space
Lorde, “Tennis Court”
Get down,” he whispered.

“I’m way ahead of you,” Jamie said from the floor
Sarah Rees Brennan, The Demon’s Lexicon (via the-secrets-behind-the-covers)
"But this wasn't your fault! This was a miscarriage of justice! Justice has totally missed the carriage!"


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