1. The fact that I
    am writing to you
    in English
    already falsifies what I
    wanted to tell you.
    My subject:
    how to explain to you
    that I don’t belong to English
    though I belong nowhere else,
    if not here
    in English.
    Gustavo Perez Firmat (via creatureofconsequence)
    Reblogged from: creatureofconsequence
  2. Reblogged from: insanity-and-vanity
  3. Reblogged from: weirder-fishes
  4. amazign:

    tateloveschu:

    it is necessary for children to be raised with dogs

    ok but thats babys jeans are an abomination

    Reblogged from: occupiedmuslim
  5. aktx:

    tarntino:

    me: *sees a white boy* *locks my car doors*

    white boy: *knocks on window* what would you be doing if I was in there with you ;)

    Reblogged from: straightwhiteboystexting
  6. nbcsnl:

    That second GIF is everything.

    Reblogged from: nbcsnl
  7. newyorker:

Part One of an exchange between the Israeli-Palestinian writer Sayed Kashua and his friend the Jewish-Israeli writer and filmmaker Etgar Keret:

“I’m so afraid to stay here; what’s here for me if I can’t write? And what will I do without Hebrew, the only language I can write in? At first, I thought I’d learn a new language, that I’d drop Hebrew for English, and, believe it or not, the first book I bought here was yours. It hurts so much to realize that, in my search for new language, I don’t even consider Arabic, my mother tongue, a worthy option.”

El Uja, Palestine; May, 2009. Photograph by Paolo Pellegrin / Magnum

    newyorker:

    Part One of an exchange between the Israeli-Palestinian writer Sayed Kashua and his friend the Jewish-Israeli writer and filmmaker Etgar Keret:

    “I’m so afraid to stay here; what’s here for me if I can’t write? And what will I do without Hebrew, the only language I can write in? At first, I thought I’d learn a new language, that I’d drop Hebrew for English, and, believe it or not, the first book I bought here was yours. It hurts so much to realize that, in my search for new language, I don’t even consider Arabic, my mother tongue, a worthy option.”

    El Uja, Palestine; May, 2009. Photograph by Paolo Pellegrin / Magnum

    Reblogged from: newyorker
  8. impossiblycastiel:

Steal Her Look: Dancing Emoji
Marchesa silk gazar gown ($6,950)
Casadei pumps ($1,300)

    impossiblycastiel:

    Steal Her Look: Dancing Emoji


    Marchesa silk gazar gown ($6,950)

    Casadei pumps ($1,300)

    Reblogged from: impossiblycastiel
  9. Do I have some fantasy that this stuff will be important after I die? Do I think that scholars will be thrilled that I left such a disorganized treasure trove of creative evidence of me? Will the archives be fought over by college libraries? What will probably happen is my brother will come out with my mother and look in the boxes. My mother will hold up a VHS or a cassette and say to my brother, ‘Do I have a machine that plays these?’ My brother will shake his head no and they will throw it all away.
    Marc Maron, Attempting Normal (via emergentpattern)
    Reblogged from: emergentpattern
  10. hodgman:

These are some deep, deep cuts. 

    hodgman:

    These are some deep, deep cuts. 

    Reblogged from: hodgman
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