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About: In which I thought I knew everything, and realize I know nothing.
- Valar Morghulis.
- Yes, all men must die, but we are not men.

(Source: cyberqueer, via kateordie)

Heard this on the radio today (surprising, I know) and I am in love with it. 

I’m going to Portland today. 

There Are No True Knights

This. Is an awesome article thing. Read it. You’ll regret it if you don’t.

rikkipedia5:

I am so excited to live with this furry companion. Even though when I picked him up this morning, he climbed onto my back and drooled on me.

I was all, “OMG THAT LOOKS JUST LIKE THURSDAY. WAIT, I HAD THAT SHOWER CURTAIN WTF” and then I realized who this was from. =PI miss that stupid butt…  

rikkipedia5:

I am so excited to live with this furry companion. Even though when I picked him up this morning, he climbed onto my back and drooled on me.

I was all, “OMG THAT LOOKS JUST LIKE THURSDAY. WAIT, I HAD THAT SHOWER CURTAIN WTF” and then I realized who this was from. =P

I miss that stupid butt…  

kateordie:

I know it’s silly to have idols, maybe, but I like the one I’ve picked. Amanda Palmer is flawed, narcissistic, a bit whacked, deeply emotionally unsettled and crass. She’s usually naked and makes a lot of mistakes. I love her.
When things fall apart for me, like they currently are, I have faith in what she does. She’s uncompromising and lives according only to her own schedule and pretty much exudes talent. People hate her voice, people find her abrasive, but there is nothing that makes me feel like when she plays. I love how real she is, how drunk and sloppy and charismatic and self-obsessed and beautiful and full of love.
If someone wonderful and passionate and deeply macabre can love her completely, without asking her to change, accepting that she’s possibly the most high-maintenance woman in the punk cabaret circus, then maybe there’s hope for me yet.

Powerful words. 

kateordie:

I know it’s silly to have idols, maybe, but I like the one I’ve picked. Amanda Palmer is flawed, narcissistic, a bit whacked, deeply emotionally unsettled and crass. She’s usually naked and makes a lot of mistakes. I love her.

When things fall apart for me, like they currently are, I have faith in what she does. She’s uncompromising and lives according only to her own schedule and pretty much exudes talent. People hate her voice, people find her abrasive, but there is nothing that makes me feel like when she plays. I love how real she is, how drunk and sloppy and charismatic and self-obsessed and beautiful and full of love.

If someone wonderful and passionate and deeply macabre can love her completely, without asking her to change, accepting that she’s possibly the most high-maintenance woman in the punk cabaret circus, then maybe there’s hope for me yet.

Powerful words. 

(Source: sixtytwoseconds)

budgerigorous asked: RACHEL SIM, it's claire (goldstein), HEY

CLAIRE! =] I am so glad you found me so that I could then find you! <3 I hope life is being amazing for you right now!

This is pretty darn cool, and more places should do stuff like this. And you should notice it&#8217;s a CANADIAN school! XD
Here&#8217;s where I found it (so as to do my due diligence):
http://www.reddit.com/r/TwoXChromosomes/comments/v2ssb/i_am_so_proud_of_my_university/

This is pretty darn cool, and more places should do stuff like this. And you should notice it’s a CANADIAN school! XD

Here’s where I found it (so as to do my due diligence):

http://www.reddit.com/r/TwoXChromosomes/comments/v2ssb/i_am_so_proud_of_my_university/

Things That Are Worth Your While (And Money)

Y’all should go check this out. This lady is pretty gosh darn awesome, and she’s trying to do some awesome things. I highly recommend you at least go watch some of her other videos, they’re just great! 

corgiaddict:

Hi, my name is Cookie. Submitted by Toto Nguyen

Corgis are gettin&#8217; me through the days. =]

corgiaddict:

Hi, my name is Cookie. Submitted by Toto Nguyen

Corgis are gettin’ me through the days. =]

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