rivailleackerman:

There’s no one who can live their whole life being completely uncorrupted. [x]

flyfella:

leviathans-in-the-tardis:

me-myself-and-will:

carrot0nesie:

ladies and gentlemen, the american education system

My school apparently ran out of toilet paper a few weeks ago and my Spanish teacher was telling the girls to keep a roll in their purses and the guys to keep a roll in our backpacks. North American Education system.

this is basically any public school in the world tbh

bet the football teams have new equiptment though

flyfella:

leviathans-in-the-tardis:

me-myself-and-will:

carrot0nesie:

ladies and gentlemen, the american education system

My school apparently ran out of toilet paper a few weeks ago and my Spanish teacher was telling the girls to keep a roll in their purses and the guys to keep a roll in our backpacks. North American Education system.

this is basically any public school in the world tbh

bet the football teams have new equiptment though

Different Kinds of Readers.
  • The Devourer: Each book is a snack for this kind of reader--but it doesn't mean that s/he won't enjoy each book just as much.
  • The Lover: Books read by this kind of reader are read in hidden, stolen moments at the most unexpected times.
  • The Slow Dancer: Books are a treat that this kind of reader savors. Slow and steady wins this reader's race, as his/her eyes take in and taste each and every word.
  • The Addict: Books are a conquest to this kind of reader. S/he will buy more books than s/he can read, but s/he will ALWAYS have something to read.
  • The Classic: Books of the past are a gift to this reader. Prose in the style of early contemporary authors, or stories written long ago, are favorites for this reader.
  • The Die-Hard: Genres are a way of life for this reader. S/he finds a niche and sticks to it--veering from what s/he knows for short bursts of time.
  • The Advocate: This reader is a lover of books. S/he is not just a reader, but an advocate of reading--hoping that the future will contain more readers.
  • What kind of reader are you?
"Perhaps we’ll meet again when we’re better for each other."
— (via ninakathawa)

bebinn:

youngmarxist:

So if we have to show women what the baby looks like in their womb and tell them how the process works before allowing them to get an abortion, does that mean we should teach our soldiers about the culture of the lands we’re invading, and explain to them that the people we want them to kill have families and feel pain, just like Americans?

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aseaofquotes:

Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence

aseaofquotes:

Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence

siminiblocker:

A favorite musical, and soundtrack to many a late work night/ dramatic lip-sync. 
(Print.)

siminiblocker:

A favorite musical, and soundtrack to many a late work night/ dramatic lip-sync. 

(Print.)

He said, “I’ve always liked the name Jane.”

Blue’s eyes widened. “Ja — what? Oh! No, no. You can’t just go around naming people other things because you don’t like their real name.”

"I like Blue just fine," Gansey said. He didn’t believe she was really offended; her face didn’t look like it had at Nino’s when they’d first met, and her ears were turning pink. He thought, possibly, he was getting a little better at not offending her, although he couldn’t seem to stop teasing her. 

milkywaysted:

rawrrachey:

glassbottomairplane:

Cool ghost photography by surrealist photographer Cristopher McKenney.

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This is frightening i like it