shane talking about my life
*cough* dividedbytwo *cough* hahahaha
Hahaha fuck you Kwyn
- In 2009, a man married a video game character
- In 2007, a woman married the Eiffel Tower
- In 2008, a man married a life-sized doll
- Also in 2009, a woman married a roller coaster
- And in 2005, a woman married a dolphin
please explain to me why people still say that gays shouldnt be able to be married to preserve the sanctity of marraige
your face melted my face off. you proud of yourself, naya???
COMING OUT SCENES: Carmen; The L Word
I know books are supposed to be cherished.
No cracking the spine, no dog-earring the pages. No dropping Bloomability in your grandma’s pool.
No throwing them at your social worker. No ripping out the page that Allie dies, no blacking out the lines that hurt too much. No stabbing The Great Gatsby with a ballpoint pen in the middle of English class until Ms. Grimes sends you to the office.
No putting stickers on the parts of the cover that you don’t like. No highlighting everything that Johnny says like a Red Letter Outsiders. No writing die die die in the margins during the battle scene.
My books look like they’ve been shoved in back pockets and kicked against hospital walls. Maybe not cherished, maybe loved. I hope they don’t mind being dragged through my disorganized angry life.
But that’s what makes books so unique and beautiful. That’s why I adore used books: you get a sense of what someone else from a different year or decade was feeling as they read the book. It’s beautiful, it transcends time and sends you back! I love dog eared pages and highlighted passages and broken spines and scribbles in the margins or on the inside covers. It makes everything so much more enjoyable.
Someone I know will enjoy this.
If you think abortions ok, remember what Horton says.
Awkward. Dr. Seuss and his wife were really liberal and pro-choice. They’ve even threatened to sue pro-life organizations for using this quote the wrong way (the way you’re doing it actually). I guess you didn’t already know that Horton Hears a Who is about the American occupation of Japan post-WWII. He even dedicated it to his dear Japanese friend.
Mrs. Geisel (Mrs. Seuss) continued donating to Planned Parenthood and advocating for reproductive health and rights after her husband died.