And the hunt for the perfect font/size commences.
What can we learn from the outrage at Abercrombie...
That consumers can choose to purchase clothing wherever they want and neither of the two corporations have an obligation to provide attire for everyone. It’s basic economics. Mike Jeffries just decided to vocalize it in a douchey way, that’s all.
The truth will set you free. But not until it is finished with you.– Infinite Jest, David Foster Wallace
It’s important for the next generation of introspective little girls to...– Enough Feisty Princesses: Disney Needs an Introverted Heroine | The Atlantic
7 Saucy Ways To Flirt From Uncovered J.D. Salinger... →
Here’s what it might be like to be J.D.’s favorite fangirl as seen in new letters attained by The Morgan Library.
Why is this so catchy & precious & morbid →
Anonymous asked: what is it that you want to do (career-wise)?
Some of my anxieties might be solved by a better awareness of what’s...– Lena Dunham, Rolling Stone (February 2013)
Sunrise - Norah Jones
During my self-stalking I uncovered this and...
“Daydream delusion, Limousine eyelash Oh baby with your pretty face Drop a tear in my wineglass Look at those big eyes See what you mean to me Sweet-cakes and milkshakes I’m a delusion angel I’m a fantasy parade I want you to know what i think Don’t want you to guess anymore You have no idea where I came from We have no idea where we’re going Lodged in life Like branches in a river Flowing...
The Corniest and Sappiest and Saddest and...
“In an effort to get people to look into each others’ eyes more, the government has decided to allot each person exactly one hundred and sixty-seven words per day. When the phone rings, I put it to my ear without saying hello. In the restaurant, I point at chicken noodle soup. I am adjusting well to the new way. Late at night, I call my long-distance lover and proudly say: I only used fifty-nine...
Top 5 Regrets of the Dying →
Something to chew on as you go about your daily business.
Kinda strange writing down my preference tonight on paper. Letting my second choice go was hard but the choice was pretty clear. WE’LL SEE WHAT LETTERS AWAIT ME TOMORROW!
Goal in life: present a TED talk
to solve your first world problems →
IN THE NAME OF... →
"New York's Red Light District in Photos" - There... →
PSA: I just typed the word “falsity” for my study guide in Cambria, size 11. If there is such a thing as a typography orgasm, I just experienced it. Umph.
Perhaps not so corrupt after all, eh? →
This close to spitting in my textbook and telling Descartes and Huemer to go and shove their epistemological skeptic theories up their butts, but oh wait, there’s no possible way of proving that their buttholes even exist in reality, or if there is such a thing as reality for that matter! *seethe*
Helping Hands Also Expose a New York Divide →
An interesting article on how amidst destruction and rebuilding, it’s not always the inspirational snapshot of a bonded community that results but rather some awkward and clumsy struggles to climb over a dividing wall higher and less resilient than perhaps we’d like to admit.
No Shave November More like No Sleep November -_- Thanksgiving Break is just dangling in front of my face as I wade through the mess of one last midterm and paper (that’s due the day of break…way to push us until the last second Noell). BRING IT
Proximity - being geographically close to one another is the single most...– Psychology lecture notes Heehaw
512 Paths to the White House - a little scary to... →
If I pass this Philosophy midterm,
I will buy myself pastries upon desserts upon goodies upon sandwiches upon other really great-tasting things that will make me feel not-so-great in the end but that is irrelevant because there is little hope, my friends, there is little hope.