But if a woman is partial to a man, and does not endeavour to conseal it, he...– Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice See! Jane Austen gets it!
First Time Austen
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a woman in possession of good literary sense must be a lover of the works of Jane Austen. Me? I’ve never actually read any Jane Austen (I apologize to any of the teachers I’ve had who may have assigned it for class). But as the years progress that first sentence starts to feel truer and truer, and I start to feel a bit more like an...
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I loved Uncle Barry. He was my favorite human in the world. (incidentally,...– Flash (If I Wrote Flash)
Jenn (from other room): What?!
Me: These Avengers cocktails on Tumblr. I don't think people are thinking about how these ingredients go together.
Jenn: I thought there was a giant bug or something. I'm so glad you're just grossed out by something on the internet.
ali: and this is the part where they drink a lot, as all good Vikings do.
Rebecca: do they also pillage? hopefully they don't rape.
ali: no, these are good Vikings. although they do go offscreen for a while, so there might have been pillaging.
Rebecca: i'm sure they just have vigorous Viking sex with consenting partners.
ALL OF THE BOOKS
me: OK time for work.
ali: have fun storming the castle!
ali: and selling the books.
me: yes, i will sell the books.
ali: you should not come home until you have sold ALL OF THE BOOKS.
A Nerdy Girl Talking about Geeky Things: On the... →
geekyjessica: As women, we need to stop looking at other women and assuming they are dressing a certain way for male attention. Every time I go out and there is a woman there dressed in a tight dress, or whatever, shaming starts immediately. Not always to her face. But it’s there. There seem to be people who…
katniss is her spirit animal
me: that bag that's hanging in the kitchen --
ali: are there apples in it? i want to shoot an arrow into it and then everything will tumble out and BLOW UP ALL THE SUPPLIES.
You know who my gods are, who I believe in fervently? Herman Melville, Emily...– Maurice Sendak on religion and faith. [complete interviews here] (via nprfreshair)