checked this out at work today?
That night the man dreamed of his youth, when he was young and not so old as he was now. He sailed the shores of Africa and watched the lions playing on the shore at dusk. He loved the lions. Not the Lions of Detroit, but the lions of Africa, which were stronger and handsomer but could not play football worth a damn.
This is probably my favorite section from The Old Man and the Sea chapter of The Five Minute Illiad (via thatwouldbedisconcerting)
dammit Kelsey I just realized an Enemy ran off with my copy of this, the copy we passed around for yeaaaaaaars. the $400 she took I could come to terms with, but this is too much
i watched flowers in the attic for the first time and now i’m upset what the hell kill all bad moms :(
have you read it though? all the actual bad stuff got cut out of the movie
there was a dude on the bus who looked like walter white reading my work’s copy of woman hollering creek
I’m so mad that Lucas’s high school performance of Willy Wonka decided that it’s inappropriate for Mike Teevee to talk about guns but totally cool to sing that part in the Oompa Loompa song where the problem is that Augustus Gloop is fat
film charlie bucket is such a fuckin little shit, least favorite poor kid in media history
I’m not ready to pull a book from my old work so I borrow it through interlibrary loan and have it delivered to my new work, even though I can only keep it for six or nine weeks as opposed to infinite weeks and even though I know my old supervisor saw my name on this MeL slip.
have any of you read Gisele Pineau? I like this book a lot and I can read it fast because it is for children
Here is a goat saying I found in Gisèle Pineau’s Un Papillon dans la cité:
Je me sentais tout misérable comme un jeune cabri condamné au colombo qui voit briller la lame du boucher.
I really liked Sex and the Single Girl though