This blog had a theme...somewhere...
But then it became a collection of things I found amusing- humour, art, music., randomness.
So my blog became a reflection my interests.
And I hope my interests make you smile when you check your dashboard!
^^

 

Anecdotes

Don’t tell me little anecdotes; you and I both know you’ll always draw the same conclusions. No matter what the story, where it starts, who it involves - the moral you draw from it is always the same.

And I do not.

I come to a different conclusion each time; a distinct lesson with each tale, each new places, each individual protagonists. All building up.

I’m afraid you see, that you’ll find out I’m having my own thoughts - sometimes like yours, other times so significantly disparate. Then you’ll tell me I’m wrong and I’ll know for certain you are wrong. I’ll know for sure I cannot trust your words, your judgements, you.

So please, for both our sakes, don’t tell me little anecdotes because I don’t want to draw that final conclusion.

Danneel really liked Justice and she picked Jay because that’s - people call me Jay. Whenever, I don’t know, it’s kinda a nickname; like whenever I go to you know Starbucks or something they go “Can I get your name” I just say “J” and its always J.A.Y. written on the cup so we just decided to use that. And we call her JJ. Her name is JJ. [x]

(Source: mydearbrotherholmes)

awesomephilia:

Ten
Twenty
Thirty
Forty
Fifty
Sixty
Sixtyten

What?

Four twenties

France, stop it

Four twenties and ten

France you’re drunk

bloodredorion:

The You in Me
Cells of a sibling, child, or possibly even a long-forgotten lover may persist in our bodies for decades, yet little is known about the role such genetic interlopers play. Research into the phenomenon has revealed tantalizing links to autoimmune diseases and changes in the brain, at the same time raising complicated questions of identity.
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bloodredorion:

The You in Me

Cells of a sibling, child, or possibly even a long-forgotten lover may persist in our bodies for decades, yet little is known about the role such genetic interlopers play. Research into the phenomenon has revealed tantalizing links to autoimmune diseases and changes in the brain, at the same time raising complicated questions of identity.

(Read More)

sandandglass:

Jessica Williams proposes applying New York’s Stop and Frisk policy to Wall Street bankers. 

My alone feels so good, I’ll only have you if you’re sweeter than my solitude.

Warsan Shire (via hrsvt)