Es, pues, la vida un dolor en que se empieza el de la muerte, que dura mientras dura ella. Considéralo como el plazo que ponen al jornalero, que no tiene descanso desde que empieza, si no es cuando acaba. A la par empiezas a nacer y a morir, y no es en tu mano detener las horas; y si fueras cuerdo, no lo habías de desear; y si fueras bueno no lo habías de temer.

—Quevedo. (via gordillonatalia)

saddestblogger:

this is probably the only sex post i will ever reblog, because for some reason i feel like it’s more than just sex. i don’t know if it’s how they’re actually looking at one another or the way they can’t get close enough. he’s actually looking at her like a person and not just a sex object.
but then again, it could be all in my head. i mean, this is how i would want it to be. but that’s just me.

saddestblogger:

this is probably the only sex post i will ever reblog, because for some reason i feel like it’s more than just sex. i don’t know if it’s how they’re actually looking at one another or the way they can’t get close enough. he’s actually looking at her like a person and not just a sex object.

but then again, it could be all in my head. i mean, this is how i would want it to be. but that’s just me.

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mightyflower:

to quote hamlet act III scene iii line 92, “no”

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dogshame:

i sat on my brother and broke him

aw :(

dogshame:

i sat on my brother and broke him

aw :(

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mvmarcz:

congragulation:

just precisely how bad was 1500s jerusalem at making maps, you ask? well,

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nailed it

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— Los gatos no tenemos nombre.
— ¿No? —dudó Coraline.
— No —corroboró el gato—. Ustedes, las personas, tienen nombres porque no saben quiénes son. Nosotros sabemos quiénes somos, por eso no necesitamos nombres.

Coraline. (via on-themend)

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undftdaniel:


redj0rdan:

iced-leaf-juice:

wv-pm:

technoskittles:

coffeekitteh:

saidididntwantone:

Cutting off hair in ancient Asia (Japan, china, Korea & possibly some other Asian cultures) symbolizes being banished or rejected from their home. In the more modern age that is now, cutting long hair into a short cut means to forget the past, leaving the old and starting anew.









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I WASN’T READY LMFAO

undftdaniel:

redj0rdan:

iced-leaf-juice:

wv-pm:

technoskittles:

coffeekitteh:

saidididntwantone:

Cutting off hair in ancient Asia (Japan, china, Korea & possibly some other Asian cultures) symbolizes being banished or rejected from their home. In the more modern age that is now, cutting long hair into a short cut means to forget the past, leaving the old and starting anew.

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I WASN’T READY LMFAO

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