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September 11th     5:05 pm

I feel like the fiction stuff I write that I actually like a lot and that comes naturally to me and allows my writing voice to shine through is very very contemporary and only appeals to a select group of people who will ‘get it’ so that’s why I keep most of those things in fragments and don’t end up completing them. Like the play I wrote last night which I actually really liked, I chickened out of bringing that to class and instead revised and more thoroughly developed one I already had with an “interesting” and more dramatic plot that I don’t particularly care for. I like my stuff that is still carefully crafted but focuses on realistic and clever dialogue and internal development like I don’t really care about the whole “keeping them on their toes” thing as much but that’s what people who read my work love?? I’m going to try to not worry about that anymore. It feels like kind of a loss of integrity and ingenuine like I’m so selling myself short by not cultivating a style that I actually like wow lol

September 11th     4:54 pm

lilgivenchyprincess:

pradolikefakeprada:

πŸ˜“

*sigh*

September 11th     4:49 pm

scrlett:

tell em yeezy said they can kiss my whole ass

scrlett:

tell em yeezy said they can kiss my whole ass

(via snortweed420)

September 11th     4:47 pm

indikos:

i found a really poppin black lipgloss for 2 dollars at the beauty supply a couple weeks ago
it smells super good and can be as sheer or opaque as i want
this is one of the most important things i own

indikos:

i found a really poppin black lipgloss for 2 dollars at the beauty supply a couple weeks ago

it smells super good and can be as sheer or opaque as i want

this is one of the most important things i own

(via 11nextelchirp)

September 11th     4:36 pm

“ Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, β€˜Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?’ Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others. ”

— Marianne Williamson (via a-femmefatalist)

(Source: charmaineolivia, via henat)

September 11th     4:35 pm

“ And where the words of women are crying to be heard, we must each of us recognize our responsibility to seek those words out, to read them and share them and examine them in their pertinence to our lives. That we not hide behind the mockeries of separation that have been imposed upon us and which so often we accept as our own: for instance, β€œI can’t possibly teach black women’s writingsβ€”their experience is so different from mine.” Yet how many years have you spent teaching Plato and Shakespeare and Proust? Or another: β€œShe’s a white woman, and what could she possibly have to say to me?” Or, β€œShe’s a lesbian, what would my husband say, or my chairman?” Or again, β€œThis woman writes of her sons and I have no children.” And all the other ways of which we rob ourselves and each other. ”

— Audre Lorde at the 1977 Modern Language Association panel on Lesbians and Literature (via brachycephalic)

(Source: queerbetweenthelines, via brachycephalic)

September 11th     3:53 pm

September 11th     3:34 pm

soft—reset I know isn’t that absolutely repulsive PLAIN pasta literally that’s like eating solidified flour in my eyes

September 11th     3:32 pm

Part 1: kill me this has been the longest most stressful day of my life but part 2: here’s a pic of how good my makeup looked this morning

September 11th     8:36 am


Debbie Harry, 1978.
From the book Chris Stein / Negative: Me, Blondie, and the Advent of Punk. (x)

Debbie Harry, 1978.

From the bookΒ Chris Stein / Negative: Me, Blondie, and the Advent of Punk. (x)

(Source: debbieharryfanpage, via yanada)

September 11th     8:23 am

metalikosi:

αƒ˜αƒ‘αƒ”αƒ—αƒ˜ Ⴠოგოა, αƒ°αƒαƒ αƒ£αƒ™αƒ˜ მურაკამბ αƒ›αƒ‘αƒ’αƒαƒ•αƒ‘αƒ˜ αƒ—αƒ”αƒ›αƒαƒ’αƒ˜αƒ™αƒ˜αƒ‘ αƒ αƒαƒ›αƒαƒœαƒ˜ რომ დაეწერა, Vintage-αƒ˜αƒ‘ უდაო გარე ყდა αƒ˜αƒ₯αƒœαƒ”αƒ‘αƒαƒ“αƒ ;3

metalikosi:

αƒ˜αƒ‘αƒ”αƒ—αƒ˜ Ⴠოგოა, αƒ°αƒαƒ αƒ£αƒ™αƒ˜ მურაკამბ αƒ›αƒ‘αƒ’αƒαƒ•αƒ‘αƒ˜ αƒ—αƒ”αƒ›αƒαƒ’αƒ˜αƒ™αƒ˜αƒ‘ αƒ αƒαƒ›αƒαƒœαƒ˜ რომ დაეწერა,Β Vintage-αƒ˜αƒ‘ უდაო გარე ყდა αƒ˜αƒ₯αƒœαƒ”αƒ‘αƒαƒ“αƒ ;3

(Source: superbestiario, via thesappiest)

September 11th     8:21 am

toxicwinner:

abbyjean:

Charts from OKCupid, showing how straight women and men rate each other based on ages. For women, the men they find most attractive are roughly their own age. For men, the women they find most attractive are roughly the same age - 20 to 23 - regardless of the age of the man. (538)

kill them

September 11th     12:58 am

I feel like everyone should be impressed with anything I produce honestly if ur not I don’t want u in my life

September 11th     12:57 am

(Source: love-portlandia, via agavessyrup)

September 11th     12:41 am

It’s strange how my process has been with writing plays I just start the diologue and go whervee it leads me and the places are uhh?? Like how did I get here

s.t.