1. "My heart trembles like a poor leaf.
    The planets whirl in my dreams.
    The stars press against my window.
    I rotate in my sleep.
    My bed is a warm planet."
    P.S. 153, Fifth Grade
  2. Pat feels he’s a really happy man.


  3. "Ilana, I can’t inflict upon a dog the crazy life of a dentist!"

    Broad City, is, my, life.

  4. (Source: dukeofanxiety)

  5. (Source: coldbloodsteel)


  6. The thing that all writing about England, Victorian or modern, seems to have in common, is that everyone is always bringing everyone else cups of tea completely unbidden.  Do I have to move to England to have people just randomly provide me with tea? 


  7. I felt tired for the first time, and I thought of us lying down on some grassy patch of SeaWorld together, me on my back and she on her side with her arm draped against me, her head on my shoulder, facing me. Not doing anything—just lying there together beneath the sky, the night here so well lit that it drowns out the stars. And maybe I could feel her breathe against my neck, and maybe we could just stay there until morning and then the people would walk past as they came into the park, and they would see us and think that we were tourists, too, and we could just disappear into them.


  8. "Some people think that a place can save them. Like if they could just be somewhere else, their lives would be totally different. They could finally be the people they always wanted to be. But to me, a place is just a place. If you really want things to change, you can make them change no matter where you are."
    — (via daniyell)

    (Source: larmoyante, via daniyell)


  9. Today I feel like I know what I am going to do next

    I hope that feeling doesn’t disappear tomorrow.


  10. "If you want to know the God’s honest truth, part of my “eh” [about pushing for a sixth season of Community] was coming from the unsettling thought of your passion for campaigns being once again exploited by this rather unfair, somewhat backward system, one that now treats you like it’s your responsibility to keep a show alive, like a corporation is doing you a favor by feeding you low grade opiate through a regulated tube. Like you owe them an apology when they can’t measure or monetize you to their satisfaction. You deserve better. I love you guys, and at its best, Community is me saying that over and over again[.]"
    — True say, D. Harmon.