I’m just sitting here thinking about the Secret History and how Richard thought that Henry and the others were the cool kids at school but in reality they were the dorky little hipsters sitting in a corner trying to translate Greek and make various failed attempts at orgies (until, you know, when it actually worked).
avoidant: boy likes girl, girl doesn’t like anything
aromantic “it’s complicated” jamz
01// the frug rilo kiley
02// kiss me only with your eyes - future bible heroes
03// don’t wannabe / liked by you- julie doiron
04// goodbye- best coast
05// I cant make me- butterfly boucher
06// caring is creepy- the shins
07// it all feels the same- tennis
08// meaningless -the magnetic fields
09// liztomania- phoenix
10// dreaming without you- bleached
11// romance is boring- los campesinos!
12// all she cares about is mariachi- the magnetic fields
so i just downloaded microsoft office using my school email account (i had to do it through the links i found on my university website because the microsoft site wasn’t letting me do it?) (i also had to activate my school email adress ha) and IT CAN AUTOMATICALLY FORMAT YOUR CITATIONS ACCORDING TO OFFICIAL STYLE GUIDELINES
I WISH I’D HAD THIS YEARS AGO
OH MY GOD
this was in Word 2007 all along
i cant believe nobody told me
I HAD THE OPTION ALL ALONG
(if anybody needs me, i’ll be crying in the corner)
WHY DIDN’T I KNOW THIS WHEN I WAS IN COLLEGE?!?!?
all those hours…all the headaches…*cries quietly in corner*…
#this comic went places
No sugardaddies. No sugar mamas. No sugarbabies. Full socialism in romantic relationships. There are only sugarcomrades.
It deeply upsets me when people do not find Hamlet hilarious.
i want someone who’s never seen b99 to explain this screencap
is this live action cowboy bebop
Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell
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