You don’t need praise, guidance, and reassurance from others every single second of every single day. Make your own decisions and try to be a little independent then may be people might respect you little bit more.
I fucking hate being sick, but love the things you get to do or get when sick. i.e. a day off, any food your little soul desires, kind people taking care of you, watching dvds, catching up on reading, not giving a fuck about anything, warm blankets, drinking lots of fluids, naps, naps, more naps, etc. etc. The only downside is the aforementioned sickness and today was no exception.
Book Nerd’s Worst Things in the World
1. Losing our spot in our book. 2. Moving our books. 3. Not having a book shelf. 4. New releases only available in hardcovers. 5. Lending out books that don’t get returned. 6. Airport book stores. 7. Having a conversation with a great guy/girl only to find out their favorite author is L. Ron Hubbard/Stephenie Meyer. 8. Bringing a book on a boat (+ windy day + sunny day + no sunglasses). I...
die young but as late as possible– chinese idiom
Most people are only interesting before you get to know them.– Xenocrates I find a large majority of the human population to be really boring and lifeless.
"Common sense is not so common." -Voltaire
If someone asks you politely to “shut up” or please stop and you decide to keep doing whatever you’re doing and then that someone manages to say, in a bit bitchier tone to, “SHUT THE FUCK UP” or “GTFO” it’s not because they’re pricks, it’s because you’re being an annoying fuck.
Of course there are exceptions such as the people who have invested both their...– I’ve always wanted to be a curator at the Lourve when I was little but I have since matured and reading this made me laugh at how true this is and how tangibly it kills my childhood dreams.
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