1. Abandon the idea that you are ever going to finish. Lose track of the 400...– John Steinbeck on “how to keep from going nuts” while writing.
Mother Gothel is yelling about incestuous scandals...
“What do you mean they’re not related? Don’t they have the same mother - that Brooke? Isn’t she Ridge’s sister or something?” “The baby aged backwards into a uterus, and now got reborn as that guy who’s dating Stephanie’s older sister, Pamela Anderson.” “Anyway, Thomas is going out with … whatever her name is. Hope. Lust....
Coffee Squiggle →
It’s like cloud-spotting. Except it’s in coffee.
People should watch X-Files. Then, they will...
scullymd: mulder-itsme: #Sexual Tension is NOT that your ship has not yet to hook up mid season 2 #It’s also not being all lovey dovey and OBVIOUSLY IMPLYING they are into each other for 2 whole seasons #Try 5 seasons of strict profesionalism #then a season and a half of foreplay #and then never actually getting to see the action BUT FEELING IT ALL THE WAY TILL THE LAST EPISODE...
Who ... what .... is it 2012 already? (a.k.a....
Who remembers fanfiction? I remember fanfiction. That shit was awesome. *sighs*
The Tangential: How 30 Rock Redeems Celebrities... →
thetangential: One of the first things that amazed me about “30 Rock” was that it was able to make Alec Baldwin cool again. Before he was on that show, people were thinking of him as the dude who got caught calling his 11-year-old daughter a “thoughtless little pig.”
This is important, and shame-worthy, but validates...
I had not seen X-Men Origins: Wolverine until I watched it with Current Interest on Saturday night. HOWEVER …. I am forever thankful that I saw X-Men: First Class before I saw the fan-service, canon-splitting, Holy-Hannah-What-The-Fuck-Were-You-On BUNGHONEY that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Bonus points to me for showing my disdain by falling asleep before it finished. … Although...
[Here the heavy heart, there non omnis moriar— just three little words, like a...– Wisława Szymborska, from “Autotomy”, translated by S. Barańczak and C. Cavanagh, in Poems New and Collected The poet Wisława Szymborska died on the 1st February 2012 at the age of 88. (via the-final-sentence)