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frogflesh:

I love this so much I reblog it every time I see it on my dash

frogflesh:

I love this so much I reblog it every time I see it on my dash

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cartel:

I am so tired of these things.

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predicted text poetry, part one

predicted text poetry, part one

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Everyone always says your home is wherever you are as long as you have people that love you, until they’re all far away and then they throw that philosophy out and make something else up.

mode-of-vogue:

ivour:

uncacti:

I love this. I bet so many people have their own message relating toIt

we all have that one person


I love this!

mode-of-vogue:

ivour:

uncacti:

I love this. I bet so many people have their own message relating to
It

we all have that one person

I love this!

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if you have secrets, tell someone. find someone, and learn to trust them, and then tell them your secrets because we have to carry so much in our lives and little secrets weigh too much to handle on our own.

i just want it all to not be how it is.

chriscodyyy:

Photos by Chris Cody - http://chriscodyyy.co

i’m noticing a trend in my recent photos

the more you know

the more you know

"The smarter the woman is, the more difficult it is for her to find the right man."

Oprah Winfrey (via mrsclarkkent, oldsimplynorule) (via thehampsteads) (via left-my-heart-in-paris) (via thelittleblogofquotes) (via shannyp3) (via meghhann) (via saidthekitty)

the smarter the human being the harder it is to find another single human being to spend the rest of their life with*

just wow

-anch0rs-:

i honestly have no idea who this guy is but he needs an award for this

-anch0rs-:

i honestly have no idea who this guy is but he needs an award for this

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officialhamlet:

kevinturnr:

kevinturnr:

officialhamlet:

i want realistic modern fantasy like

someone finding a dragon egg and livetweeting the process of trying to hatch it (with no prior knowledge on how a dragon egg should be hatched)

a guy selling an enchanted sword on craigslist

a tattoo artist who does…

I don’t think mystery has anything to do with comprehension. I simply think that fairytales and fantasy intrinsically take place in distant, far away places. That is what fantasy is. It’s a fantasy. Science fiction and fantasy often get combined into one idea, but science fiction tackles the struggles of humanity and never ceases to ask the questions that need to be asked.

One could argue Harry Potter does this quite well. But, even still the protagonist is taken away to a magical - literally magical - castle where everything is slightly altered to be more… mysterious.

Let’s see…A girl discovers a creature in her town, unsure of what it is. She goes home and spends an entire night googling to find as many answers as possible until she realizes he is a-wait never mind that’s twilight.

no, you’re thinking too small

anyone with half a brain and a pen can make a hidden world where everything is magical and mysterious sound good

what im talking about has way more potential than that; twilight was a victim of a subpar author

realism doesn’t have to be boring

it’s only boring if you make it boring

Honestly I think we’re discussing two different things at this point. Regardless, thanks for the conversation.