Le ciel tumultueux

Maturity is a bitter disappointment for which no remedy exists, unless laughter can be said to remedy anything

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Boy:
We should really keep in touch more often, I mean it. Not just when someone from hs does something embarrassing.
Boy:
(except I'm not going to ever contact you on my own so jk nevermind)

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My favorite place to read is in a dark bar mid-day. Although I can read almost anywhere, we’re each allowed our preferences and mine is so.
Juan Vidal, cultural critic and 1/3 of Rhema Soul, “A Shot And A Book: How To Read In Bars” (via NPR)

(Source: nationalbook)

Filed under reading drinking

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And it’s Monday. Back to work all over again.

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Nice weekend though. It was super productive but I saw a movie and played N64 and read some stuff and got free sorbet and all that jazz.

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One of my undergrad profs occasionally posts links on Facebook for his ‘museum and library science’ people and tags all of his former students pursuing those dreams and isn’t that just the most adorable thing? He loves us. He gets us.

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Filed under I need to get more gifs

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latefees:

mylifeinthelibrary:

mylifeinthelibrary:

If you’re a teen looking for a good book to make you laugh, check out this novel. Our hottest read is Swim the Fly by Don Calame. This book has everything: grandpas hitting on widows at funerals, crossdressing, blackmail, bugs flying up your nose, and a fifteen-year-old pooping his pants.
(This is how I feel when describing this book. It’s quite fun. I highly recommend the audio, if only for the scene with the bug going up his nose. No way that’s as good on paper.)

I was going through my tag to prepare for a few booktalks I need to give tomorrow and now I’m tempted to do them all in Stefon’s style.

Do it

silencewhippersnapper please do all future booktalks as Stefon

latefees:

mylifeinthelibrary:

mylifeinthelibrary:

If you’re a teen looking for a good book to make you laugh, check out this novel. Our hottest read is Swim the Fly by Don Calame. This book has everything: grandpas hitting on widows at funerals, crossdressing, blackmail, bugs flying up your nose, and a fifteen-year-old pooping his pants.

(This is how I feel when describing this book. It’s quite fun. I highly recommend the audio, if only for the scene with the bug going up his nose. No way that’s as good on paper.)

I was going through my tag to prepare for a few booktalks I need to give tomorrow and now I’m tempted to do them all in Stefon’s style.

Do it

silencewhippersnapper please do all future booktalks as Stefon