ALEXISTENTIALISM

Satirist & Politician: Not sure which one is first.

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“Everyone, at some point in their lives, wakes up in the middle of the night with the feeling that they are all alone in the world, and that nobody loves them now and that nobody will ever love them, and that they will never have a decent night’s sleep again and will spend their lives wandering blearily around a loveless landscape, hoping desperately that their circumstances will improve, but suspecting, in their heart of hearts, that they will remain unloved forever.”

—   Lemony Snicket (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

“They say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time.”

—   Banksy (via asteriad)

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the-art-student-in-221c:

colorfulrussianfireworks:

tin-pan-ali:

yungnaota:

bruh

Please watch this video it’s so important.

im laughing so hard im gonna pass out

T HIS IS REALLY IMPOR TANT HOLY S HIT 

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fastcompany:

A Clever Hack Makes Any Receipt Printer Spit Out The U.S. Constitution

In terms of style and grammar, “Obama met Putin on Tuesday” is understood by everyone, with no loss of meaning despite the fact that an American writer might leave the preposition out. “Obama met Putin Tuesday” is potentially jarring for a significant part of the audience, I feel, and might make those readers less likely to continue with the story.

There are other tricks, like writing “two and a half miles” instead of 2.5 miles – the former is broader, not as formal and makes you dwell less on the fact that you might live in a metric jurisdiction, and you are more likely to plough on with reading rather than pull up and try and perform some mental arithmetic. The aim is to draw as many people as possible into the content and have them feel comfortable reading it right through.

I really do think if we work thoughtfully we can weed out a great deal of localised, exclusive language, without having to bleed the writing of all colour or get too wound up about whether it’s “realise” or “realize” in an individual piece.

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Which English? One that promotes understanding between countries and cultures - Warren Murray, TheGuardian.com 

This is a really interesting perspective on editing the grammar and style of an online news source that has readers from different English-speaking parts of the world. 

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ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

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“I am angry that I starved my brain and that I sat shivering in my bed at night instead of dancing or reading poetry or eating ice cream or kissing a boy or maybe a girl with gentle lips and strong hands.”

—   Laurie Halse Anderson, Wintergirls (via perfect)

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autumn-prose:

ratchet-jean:

chronicgigglefits:

askainleymaster:

so are people high while trying to learn about Christianity or

just a severed leg that hopped around  

was jesus cute

I like born in dinotopia.

autumn-prose:

ratchet-jean:

chronicgigglefits:

askainleymaster:

so are people high while trying to learn about Christianity or

just a severed leg that hopped around  

was jesus cute

I like born in dinotopia.

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