PHHHOTO, THE ANIMATED, SOCIAL PHOTO BOOTH

this is pretty much going to be my new twitter and instagram. follow me @chasingxii to basically see spastic gifs of my dog, me and food. next weekend will be filled with outsideland gifs!

PHHHOTO, THE ANIMATED, SOCIAL PHOTO BOOTH

this is pretty much going to be my new twitter and instagram. follow me @chasingxii to basically see spastic gifs of my dog, me and food. next weekend will be filled with outsideland gifs!

fishingboatproceeds:

fashion-by-the-book:

Zombicorn by John Green
Find it here
“I came to the conclusion a while ago that there is nothing romantic or supernatural about loving someone: Love is the privilege of being responsible for another. It was, for a time, what kept me going: Each morning, for a little while, I got to feel the weight of the yoke on my back as I pulled the ancient cart of my species.” 

Sometimes I forget I wrote a (bad! intentionally bad! and written for charity!) novella in which corn monoculture leads to the zombie apocalypse. But then y’all remind me. 

lovely quote tho

fishingboatproceeds:

fashion-by-the-book:

Zombicorn by John Green

Find it here

“I came to the conclusion a while ago that there is nothing romantic or supernatural about loving someone: Love is the privilege of being responsible for another. It was, for a time, what kept me going: Each morning, for a little while, I got to feel the weight of the yoke on my back as I pulled the ancient cart of my species.”

Sometimes I forget I wrote a (bad! intentionally bad! and written for charity!) novella in which corn monoculture leads to the zombie apocalypse. But then y’all remind me. 

lovely quote tho

pvbertyblues:

“My sister’s boyfriend, Fox, on his last day of high school. The sun was setting, and he and his friends were all playing around. I caught him in a moment of reflection.” By Petra Collins

i had a neighbor named fox. he had cat scratches along his arm and he would come over to my backyard to pick yellow flowers. we’d put them in coke cans and give them to our moms.

pvbertyblues:

My sister’s boyfriend, Fox, on his last day of high school. The sun was setting, and he and his friends were all playing around. I caught him in a moment of reflection.” By Petra Collins

i had a neighbor named fox. he had cat scratches along his arm and he would come over to my backyard to pick yellow flowers. we’d put them in coke cans and give them to our moms.

I am always amazed by people who know something is wrong but still insist on ignoring it, as if that will somehow make it go away. They spare themselves the confrontation, but end up boiling in resentment anyway.

David Levithan, Every Day (via quotes-shape-us)

i hated the premise of this book. i hated the main character and his selfish motives. i hated the one sided intense longing that developed.

but i loved the philosophy behind each sentence, and the truth behind all the agony of going through what the main character has gone through.

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

As Americans, we have this naïve assumption that people all over the world are struggling and way behind us. They’re not. Sweden and South Korea have more advanced high speed internet networks. Japan has the most advanced trains and transportation systems. Norwegians make more money. The biggest and most advanced plane in the world is flown out of Singapore. The tallest buildings in the world are now in Dubai and Shanghai. Meanwhile, the US has the highest incarceration rate in the world.

phemiec:

I’m so impressed by girls who can put together a really cute outfit and do their hair and makeup really nice every single day like if I manage to shower and eat breakfast it’s a damn victory

(via marvellra)

dailybenhowardblog:

"It’s that whole influence thing. I think subconsciously you’re always influenced by it. I don’t know if it’s had direct input on my music. We’ve banned tree references for the next record and stuff like that, I’m not allowed to talk about ‘hippy stuff’ anymore and being in the countryside and in the sea. But I think it gives you a better outlook; a lot of my friends back home think about loads of stuff which most people don’t think about. We’re always in the same mindset and always have pretty interesting chats. There’s a ton of space down there, not with loads going on but you’re always surrounded by good people." - Ben Howard


Banned tree references, so now its littered with water references.

dailybenhowardblog:

"It’s that whole influence thing. I think subconsciously you’re always influenced by it. I don’t know if it’s had direct input on my music. We’ve banned tree references for the next record and stuff like that, I’m not allowed to talk about ‘hippy stuff’ anymore and being in the countryside and in the sea. But I think it gives you a better outlook; a lot of my friends back home think about loads of stuff which most people don’t think about. We’re always in the same mindset and always have pretty interesting chats. There’s a ton of space down there, not with loads going on but you’re always surrounded by good people." - Ben Howard

Banned tree references, so now its littered with water references.

(via marvellra)