I like seeing people who have, like, this big, open smile. It’s not so much that...– Stephan Jenkins (via yourmistake) I love the things he says and sings and writes so much. They just hit me there, you know?
Wet Hot German Summer
Hello, Internet! I leave tomorrow morning for a 7-week program called the German School. That means I won’t be posting anything until August (I know that L., who reads my blog in class, although maybe not anymore, will at least be sad about this fact). The main idea of this program is that, over the 7 weeks, you become fluent. So it’s just what I need before I start my German PhD...
I'm disappointed by the Pottermore announcement.
Maybe that’s my fault for really, really, really getting my hopes up that it would be an extensive online encyclopedia? I guess it seems like it will have encyclopedic elements…but it mostly just feels like a vehicle to sell eBooks. And, cool, a JK-sanctioned place to discuss and talk…but how many Potter message boards exist already? I’m going to try really hard to...
You know Lydia Bennett and Amy March would be Best Frenemies. You know it.
You shut your whore mouth, George Wickham.
Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you...
baitandswitch: Gustave Flaubert
This is such a stupid movie.– Kristen Stewart during the Eclipse commentary. (via trackthree) (via demova)
yes I said yes I will Yes.
Happy Bloomsday! Someday I’ll be able to get farther than the first 90 pages of Ulysses…
I'm watching Pushing Daisies for the first time.
Ned is the perfect combination of tall and neurotic. Lee Pace, le sigh.
All at once we were mady, clumsily, shamelessly, agonizingly in love with each...– Lolita (via iamcathobs)
Everything is dead while it lives.– Egon Schiele (via proustitute)
Use me, choose me.
I really, really like the new dashboard layout. It makes it easy for multiple blogs, which I have, even though one is essentially defunct because I’m lazy.
I’m not frightened. I’m not frightened of anything. The more I suffer, the more...– The Reader by Bernhard Schlink (via lifeofliterature)