getting there, eventually: roachpatrol: Has anyone... →
roachpatrol: Has anyone made a videogame where you’re a princess locked at the top of a tower and have to fight your way down to ground level? Because dang. Like, think about it: you’re given this nice little room and no objectives at all and when you open the door the guard says ‘stay in there’ so you wait and nothing happens and you open the door again and try and walk out and the guard...
Don’t feel guilty if you don’t know what you want to do with your life. The most...– Kurt Vonnegut (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
doctorwho: 8-bit version of ‘Doomsday’ ...
My Doctor Who moment
bookwormstache: So today I was sitting in English class and i swear to god I heard the tardis the tardis I got up and asked to go to the bathroom and tried to follow the sound I followed it to the class two doors down did not knock and walked in They were watching Doctor who and one guy at the back yelled “See Miss! I told you if you didn’t lower it down it would summon the nerds”
babyeridan: my english teacher in 9th grade used to put prompts up for daily 5 minute writing warmups and one day the prompt was just the word “hippo” and i wrote a page long story in 5 minutes about an underground russian mafia that distributed hippo feces because they discovered that it had euphoric properties similar to marijuana it was like the new opium and rich people paid big money for it...
maddishly: You look like an electrical storm waiting to happen. There is thunder in the way you crack your bones; you only smile when it rains, and I’ve finally figured out why. It’s because there is lightning in you and you’re bursting at the joints to let it out.
My heart wants roots. My mind wants wings. I cannot bear their bickerings.– E. Y. Harburg (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
If you’re an introvert, find your flow by using your gifts. You have the...– Quiet: the power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking // Susan Cain
Buy a book, a book that I’ve never heard of, never read. Look at the cover, read the back, flip through the pages. Bring it home. Grab a highlighter, and begin to read the book. Every time there is a sentence, a word, a phrase that I can relate to, I will highlight it. Then, once I am done the book, I will be able to flip through it and see exactly how I was feeling each day that I was reading....