lizchester:

I was looking down at my computer when Alden said “Its a metaphor, Hazel Grace” and i

lizchester:

I was looking down at my computer when Alden said “Its a metaphor, Hazel Grace” and i











Reek? Tears ran down his cheeks. “I remember. I do.” His mouth opened and closed. “My name is Reek. It rhymes with leek.” In the dark he did not need a name, so it was easy to forget. Reek, Reek, my name is Reek. 
He had not been born with that name. In another life he had been someone else, but here and now, his name was Reek. He remembered.
↳A Dance with Dragons / A Song of Ice and Fire
Reek? Tears ran down his cheeks. “I remember. I do.” His mouth opened and closed. “My name is Reek. It rhymes with leek.” In the dark he did not need a name, so it was easy to forget. Reek, Reek, my name is Reek.
He had not been born with that name. In another life he had been someone else, but here and now, his name was Reek. He remembered.
A Dance with Dragons / A Song of Ice and Fire




philcoulson:

you’re in one.




Anonymous said:
your boyfriend is really attractive can i have him  

what no im not gonna call “DIBS” on him or something because he has free agency and can make his own decisions

i mean if you wanna go for it then by all means but fair warning i have a cute butt and i licked his armpit this morning and he still said he loved me so im pretty sure hes gonna be a little biased from the get go





is this testing whether i’m a replicant or a lesbian, mr. deckard?

is this testing whether i’m a replicant or a lesbian, mr. deckard?





I will always be with you.

I will always be with you.




cpieng:

On duty . i ‘d better practice more monochrome pic

cpieng:

On duty . i ‘d better practice more monochrome pic




greywind-s:

literature meme || {4/5} plays
→ Waiting for Godot (Samuel Beckett)

Waiting for Godot (/ˈɡɒdoʊ/ god-oh) is an absurdist play by Samuel Beckett, in which two characters, Vladimir and Estragon, wait endlessly and in vain for the arrival of someone named Godot. Godot’s absence, as well as numerous other aspects of the play, have led to many different interpretations since the play’s 1953 premiere. It was voted “the most significant English language play of the 20th century”. Waiting for Godot is Beckett’s translation of his own original French version, En attendant Godot, and is subtitled (in English only) “a tragicomedy in two acts”. The original French text was composed between 9 October 1948 and 29 January 1949. The première was on 5 January 1953 in the Théâtre de Babylone, Paris. The production was directed by Roger Blin, who also played the role of Pozzo.