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Crumbs?

History indicates: Whatever movies, books, tv, people, food,and games I happen to like. Things that I think are goofy, cute, pretty. Kpop. And vain posts no one wants to read.
[History doesn’t see us. It doesn’t see us at all.]
From this we should draw one ounce of relief.
Naomi Shihab Nye, from “Bees see your face as a strange flower” (via sharingpoetry)

(via the-final-sentence)

2 years ago
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[We really are at the beginning of it all. The trick, of course, is to make sure we never find the end.] And that almost certainly, will require a good deal more than luck breaks.
Bill Bryson, from A Short History of Nearly Everything (thanks, toothpickcharlie)

(Source: the-final-sentence)

2 years ago
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chrissiegee:

milwhore:

Chrissie, omg look.

O.O I need this in my life. 

It’s bigger on the inside. Several universes bigger in fact.

chrissiegee:

milwhore:

Chrissie, omg look.

O.O I need this in my life. 

It’s bigger on the inside. Several universes bigger in fact.

(Source: stareena)

2 years ago
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The Ladies of Game of Thrones Part 1 / [x]

(via chrissiegee)

2 years ago
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chrissiegee:

yeahwriters:

I remember this book blowing my mind when I was a kid, but not much else about it. ‘Cept that diagram in the beginning about getting from Point A to Point B.

This summer I am going to buy all these books and read them. I haven’t read them in so long and I love them so much. 

I always try to explain this version of time-travel when I’m talking to people about that sort of thing, and they’re always, “dafuq?”
It totally makes sense.

chrissiegee:

yeahwriters:

I remember this book blowing my mind when I was a kid, but not much else about it. ‘Cept that diagram in the beginning about getting from Point A to Point B.

This summer I am going to buy all these books and read them. I haven’t read them in so long and I love them so much. 

I always try to explain this version of time-travel when I’m talking to people about that sort of thing, and they’re always, “dafuq?”

It totally makes sense.

(Source: libraryland)

2 years ago
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