I do this sort of stuff because it’s fun, and because “happiness is a byproduct...– Momus, “The case against—and for—twitter,” Click Opera, 10 Apr 2009 (via orallymupright)
A METROSEXUAL IS “The darkest period in recent history when it comes to men’s...– Lawrence Schlossman (via pleatsareforlovers)
"Performance Reviews: A Guide for the Borderline...
Weeks One-Three: Receive notifications of impending review Ignore email and hope it will go away Week Four: Receive reminder of imminent deadline Skim instructions and open review form Stare blankly at form for ten minutes Feel the weight of all your co-workers surrounding you Swallow down wave of nausea and panic Close review form Week Four (Friday deadline): Inform employer you will...
vivatregina: I have to admit that I have a hard time dealing with difficult things. If I know that something I feel has the potential to cause friction, I’d rather shut it down and keep it to myself. If I feel frustrated about something but don’t feel like I can let it out, I have this tendency to express it in other ways—by being difficult, by being moody, by being mean, and in ways that might...
You can do anything you want in Singapore. Just don’t get caught.– according to a Singaporean we met (via lenachen)
You know that feeling when you’re reading a... →
thevirtualhermit: You know that feeling when you’re reading a particularly good book and your heart is in your throat or your stomach, or some place else it’s not supposed to be and it’s beating so fast and doing strange flips like an acrobat that you feel as if you were running a race even though you’re just sitting there on the sofa or the park bench or at the table in the library or lying on...
If Famous Writers had Written Twilight →
astrophysicists: suzywire: Haruki Murakami: Bella has sex with Edward, who is half a ghost. Jacob is a talking cat. Most of the prose is given over to descriptions of Bella making pasta. Virginia Woolf: The novel takes place over the course of twenty four hours, during which Bella is painting a portrait of Edward and reflecting on how her femininity circumscribes her role within 20th...