Yep. Mau and I just got through with one of these arguments.
heylittlejellyfish asked: Hi! Can you suggest to me words that are related to books and/or reading? Thanks! :D
the fear of running out of reading materials
the characteristic, faint, musty smell of old books
tsundoku 積ん読 (つんどく) (n. Japanese)
the act of leaving a book unread after buying it, typically piled up together with other such unread books
vāde mēcum (n. Latin)
favorite book carried everywhere; a handbook of useful information kept at one’s side lit. “go with me”
dhvani (n. Sanskrit)
lit. ‘sound’ or ‘echo’; the feature of a poem/line of having a hidden meaning that strikes you in the second or further readings, but not the first
Friend of mine got these in the mail today. I now have skull envy.
Source: Jason Wenzel’s Facebook page
sorry! your password must contain at least seventeen roman numerals and the entire script of shrek the third
So, you loved Divergent and read tons of other post-apocalyptic and/or dystopian YA and now you are looking for something different? How about picking a book based on your favorite faction from the Divergent series?
We’ve selected books we think members of Dauntless, Candor, Erudite, Amity, and Abnegation would like and included a mix of realistic, historical, sci-fi, and fantasy so every reader could discover a new book they’ll enjoy!
If you’re excited about the Divergent movie release, be sure and come to our party on Thursday, March 20th! You’ll be sorted into your faction, play games, make crafts, have a chance to win movie passes, and of course get a Dauntless chocolate cupcake.
Okay, so the only ones on this list I’ve already read are all in the Dauntless suggestions… And I liked them A LOT. I pretty much figured I’d be an Amity, but it turns out my reading taste is as Dauntless as my fashion tastes? What is going on here? lol
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Snuggly yawny sleepy kitties.
Kittens. I love baby cats. So fuzzy and just look at that.
depression comix #92
I caught myself doing this the other day and it relates more to social anxiety than depression. If I make eye contact, then I have to engage in greetings and conversation, and I don’t know what to say half the time so it just becomes awkward. I often take back streets to get to a place just to avoid people. It’s not that I dislike the people, it’s the fear of doing something that will make me look worse in their eyes.
Trolling at its best
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