"A curtain of stars, miles of them, are scattered, glowing, across the sky and their multitude humbles me, which I have a hard time tolerating. She shrugs and nods after I say something about forms of anxiety. It’s as if her mind is having a hard time communicating with her mouth, as if she is searching for a rational analysis of who I am, which is, of course, an impossibility: there… is… no… key."

Bret Easton Ellis

(from American Psycho. Bret Easton Ellis’ controversial classic was banned in Canada in 1991 following its publication, and was described as being, “pure trash, as scummy and mean as anything depicts…”)

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coolpng:

my dad has a folder on his computer named Cool Dad and it’s just pictures of himself

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danimstph:

when people barge into my room without asking…

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goblin-sorcerer:

Jesus Camp is a very fun documentary to watch with friends but if you watch it alone you just get scared and angry.

jaclcfrost:

[finds the most sarcastic asshole in the series] my love

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"Everyone has a time machine. Everyone is a time machine. It’s just that most people’s machines are broken. The strangest and hardest kind of time travel is the unaided kind. People get stuck, people get looped. People get trapped. But we are all time machines. We are perfectly engineered time machines, technologically equipped to allow the inside user, the traveler riding inside each of us, to experience time travel, and loss, and understanding. We are universal time machines manufactured to the most exacting specifications possible. Every single one of us."
Charles Yu, How to Live Safely in a Fictional Universe (via teenager90s)

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julesername:


what kind of show is this

nishlo:

but the real question is has nemo found himself

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remember swine flu reblog if ur a tru 2009 kid

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