the worst thing about speaking two languages is trying to use an expression from one language that fits perfectly into your conversation but the other person won’t get it
the writers’ strike of 2007-2008 haunts me to this day
Every conversation with my mother EVER.
Extremely personal piece. Doesn’t really need that much explanation.
*apologies if it turns up pixelated, just click the picture for a full res. view
Sam doesn’t get angry easily, but when he does -
Marie Le Conte is a French Moroccan and she’s written us a guest post about the odd things she’s become acclimatised to by living in the UK, and sort of started to love. Like Stockholm Syndrome, where the kidnapper is really crap cheddar cheese.
1. You used to be disgusted by most British food,…
Do you ever look up from reading a book and get disoriented because you’re actually in your bedroom or class or somewhere that isn’t the story?
All the time.
that terrifying moment when everything is happily resolved but the book still has 200 pages left
that terrifying moment when there’s too many things that need resolving but the book has only 20 pages left
IT’S JUST LIKE
my blog has become this weird mixture of fandoms, feminism, cats and really fucking stupid jokes that nobody outside this website would find remotely amusing
That awkward moment when you ran up the stairs and now you’re trying to hide your heavy breathing like it’s no big deal but you’re actually pretty winded and dear god you need to work out.