We were talking about Shakespeare in English class and the tradition of throwing tomatoes when the actors are bad. Well it turns out, back then people thought tomatoes were poisonous, and so people would aim at the actors mouth and try to kILL THEM WHEN THEY WERE BAD AT ACTING OMG
is anyONE ELSE JUST SO EXCITED FOR PUMPKINS AND HOT CHOCOLATE AND HaLLOwEEEEN AND SPOOKY MOVIES AND FAIRS AND KNEE SOCKS AND PUMPKIN LATTES AND BIG BLANKETS AND COZY CUDDLY SWEATERS AND PRETTY LEAVES AND i just started crYING
And I, too, felt ready to start life all over again. It was as if that great rush of anger had washed me clean, emptied me of hope, and, gazing up at the dark sky spangled with its signs and stars, for the first time, the first, I laid my heart open to the benign indifference of the universe.
What makes you think you will not find that person?@Anonymous
It’s not that I think I’m unloveable exactly. I just think I’m quite a challenge. I think I’m too big of a being to grasp. Most of the things I feel come true, and I just don’t think this life is for me to be loved by someone the way we all wish. I think I’ll have a lot of almosts, and I’ll help change the world and there will be a lot of love in my life… But I just can’t see someone falling in love with me to the point where they want to marry me. I’m either idolized or misunderstood, it seems. Which neither are going to be loved, just looked at with curiosity.
what kind of blogs do you follow@Anonymous
I follow a wide range of blogs to make sure my own blog content is as inconsistent and annoying as possible
I am a shadow’s shade, a lunatic, perhaps,
Of two dark moons.
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Proletariat: You will enter through the servants quarters, the “Poor Door”. You may be searched upon entrance.
Bourgeoisie: You will enter through the front door as party guests. You must however pay for your own drinks.
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This looks like fun.
the only thing I think that can possibly make me feel better right now is beauty: I need golden light and large bodies of water and trees and humidity and in the evenings, I want to watch it all sparkle over the quiet and smile and think, “right now, this is beautiful and this is okay because it is bigger than me, than my tiny little fragile heart. there is no one I want to see, nothing I want to do. I just want to be gone and searching.