This went on for a bit and then I told this guy I was impressed with his thoughtful responses and he said something to the effect of “I mean, I could have just sent you a dick pic,” which made me even more impressed.

This one really strikes me as a missed opportunity.

slaughterhouse90210:

“You would think she was on the stage. Of course, in her head she’s always on the stage. She is her own theater.”
—Kate Atkinson, Life After Life

…this guy is ONTO ME.

I think this is going to be fun…

quirkbooks:

Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus: A picture book to movie adaptation that absolutely need to happen. Via BookRiot.

housingworksbookstore:

Come to our very chill, very fun, very popular I Like Your Glasses: Literary Speed Dating with coverspy next week! Ladies are sold out, but we have a handful of gents tickets still available. Get yours now! WORST thing that could POSSIBLY happen is you walk out with some great book recommendations. BEST thing is that you find TRUE LOVE. Seems like a win-win to me. Tickets here!

Best-named speed dating in the world.

underthesamesofa:

by ilona joy

I thought this was luckypaperstars at first. Because of course she’d be floating.

(via yahighway)

Steps:
diamondanddiamond tweeted this, via littlegoldsher.
I tried to embed it in an email and realized it was an mp4 and not a gif.
I turned it into a gif.
I thought “I am going to want to embed this in an email again someday, so I should post this gif online somewhere, so that I can add it to my bookmark folder o’ gifs.”
Here we are.
I don’t know how to credit gifs on Tumblr ever.

Steps:

  1. diamondanddiamond tweeted this, via littlegoldsher.
  2. I tried to embed it in an email and realized it was an mp4 and not a gif.
  3. I turned it into a gif.
  4. I thought “I am going to want to embed this in an email again someday, so I should post this gif online somewhere, so that I can add it to my bookmark folder o’ gifs.”
  5. Here we are.
  6. I don’t know how to credit gifs on Tumblr ever.

littlebrown:

Editor joy! Little, Brown editor Allie Sommer holds up one of the first finished copies of California by italicsmine

I love love love this cover, and I can’t quite explain why.