many lives & secret sorrows

miel-lapin:

Girls don’t like boys, girls like carbs and money.

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He never had a secret relationship such as we were having. Our drives home, our foolish jokes, kidding on the set, all the behavior of kids in love - he’d never known. Nor had I. (…) Just his looking at me made me tremble. When he took my hand in his, the feeling caught me in the pit of my stomach - his hand was warm, protecting, and full of love.  - Lauren Bacall

He never had a secret relationship such as we were having. Our drives home, our foolish jokes, kidding on the set, all the behavior of kids in love - he’d never known. Nor had I. (…) Just his looking at me made me tremble. When he took my hand in his, the feeling caught me in the pit of my stomach - his hand was warm, protecting, and full of love.  - Lauren Bacall

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And it isn’t that I’m so unhappy I don’t want to live anymore. That’s not what it feels like. It feels more like I’m tired and bored and the party’s gone on too long and I want to go home. I feel flat and there doesn’t seem to be anything to look forward to, so I’d rather call it a day.
Nick Hornby, About a Boy  (via spoookyghosts)

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gutter-whores:

i need some physical affection and 3 bottles of vodka 

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fuckyeahjamiemoriarty:

[2/4] HAIRSTYLES // jamie moriarty meme

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Instead of ‘complaining’ I prefer to say I’m ‘stating my counterfactual preferences’.
Metaphysics professor (via philosophyprofessorquotes)

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The episode was really supposed to be how everyone handles grief differently. But it’s also about Alicia dealing with the ambiguity of death. The inability to access the deceased and his thinking. It’s a little bit of a detective story, but about the mystery of a loved one’s last moments and their frame of mind. When someone you love dies, you want to stand where they stood, and see what they saw. In the absence of facts, you have to create your conclusion — which is what Alicia does.

@goodwifewriters

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