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This is really adorable and makes me wonder if Death ever wishes they could send something in return. 

And now I’m wondering what Life thinks of all the zombies they keep getting…

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I should not take allergy medicine, judging by the fact that I’m now 90% sure I’m sitting on the wall

"I feel like death"

should not be a phrase, because I’m pretty sure death doesn’t feel like anything. (Or if you’ve read Sandman, feeling like death probably means feeling kinda chipper.)

"I feel like I wish I was dead so I didn’t feel so exhausted from lack of sleep this weekend and then exceptionally bad sleep last night when I went to bed at 10"

is probably more accurate to my current state. 

But I guess that’s a little wordy…

portraits-of-america:

     “I used to dream of big moments and interesting stories, but now I just want a nice life: to cook nice meals, walk around with my boyfriend, draw pictures that people like…and then I’ll die, and no one will know who I was, but whatever! I won’t care, because I had a happy life! I enjoyed every little thing, and that was it—that’s all I really want.”

Providence, RI

Anonymous asked:
silly question, but is there a word in any given language that stands for "a lover of forest" not nature, just forest.. ? sorry for bothering and good day <3

word-stuck:

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Nemophily is the fondness for forest scenery. It is the love of the woods. (Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by C. & G. Merriam Co.) A nemophilist is someone who loves the forest and its beauty and solitude, and referred to as a “haunter of the woods”.

Also, there’s the word waldeinsamkeit, or a “woodland solitude”. This German word indicates the feeling of being alone in the woods ― described as something wonderful, poetic, peaceful, calm, relaxed, and at one with nature.

damedonger:

accomplishment: making a cat sound at a cat and the cat makes a cat sound back

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"I divide all readers into two classes; those who read to remember and those who read to forget."
~ William Lyon Phelps (via abookblog)

d0ppe:

this is one of my fav photos on tumblr tbh omg

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