Mr. Bates, how’s your Mother?

I could be loathsome.

mohanberg:

Feed your mind by DorottyaS
As awesome as this photograph is…I wonder how many pages had to be mutilated to coat that apple :p lol 
Hail to knowledge! 

mohanberg:

Feed your mind by DorottyaS

As awesome as this photograph is…I wonder how many pages had to be mutilated to coat that apple :p lol 

Hail to knowledge! 

mybook-haven:

when someone asks me if they can borrow my book

mybook-haven:

when someone asks me if they can borrow my book

(via misanthropic-asian)

lightspeedsound:

jensencockles:

agent-355:

nolivingman:

piratesswoop:

thedistortedone:

relativemorals:

YES. I’m tired of all of you pretentious assholes saying that I’m not “really reading” because I use a kindle.

Yes, you are reading.You are just reading a “lesser” form of book. Reading isn’t just reading the words on a page/screen, it’s smelling the book, new or old, it’s wearing the books spine out after rereading it for the X’th time, it’s leaving crease marks on a page you flipped too fast because you were that eager to get to the next page, and most of all, it’s losing yourself in a book to the point where the world around you no longer exists. And I, for one, cannot lose myself in an electronic screen. The words of a real book take on a depth that cannot ever be recreated on anything electronic. So you may be reading a book, but you will never truly experience a book unless you read it in a printed medium.

lol this pretentious bullshit. “The words of a real book take on a depth that cannot ever be recreated on anything electronic.” i mean really. anyway, the words of your reblog have no depth or meaning to me since i’m reading them in electronic form, but u tried it

lightspeedsound:

jensencockles:

agent-355:

nolivingman:

piratesswoop:

thedistortedone:

relativemorals:

YES. I’m tired of all of you pretentious assholes saying that I’m not “really reading” because I use a kindle.

Yes, you are reading.You are just reading a “lesser” form of book. Reading isn’t just reading the words on a page/screen, it’s smelling the book, new or old, it’s wearing the books spine out after rereading it for the X’th time, it’s leaving crease marks on a page you flipped too fast because you were that eager to get to the next page, and most of all, it’s losing yourself in a book to the point where the world around you no longer exists. And I, for one, cannot lose myself in an electronic screen. The words of a real book take on a depth that cannot ever be recreated on anything electronic. So you may be reading a book, but you will never truly experience a book unless you read it in a printed medium.

lol this pretentious bullshit. “The words of a real book take on a depth that cannot ever be recreated on anything electronic.” i mean really. anyway, the words of your reblog have no depth or meaning to me since i’m reading them in electronic form, but u tried it

image

(via little-creep-stalker)

fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Anna B. Sheppard for Angelina Jolie in Maleficent (2014)

From the Hollywood Reporter

(via grimbarkers)

wandrlust:

First Edition of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr. Fox, 1970
qoax:

todo me lleva a ticomo si todo lo que existearomas, luz, metales,fueran pequeños barcos que naveganhacia las islas tuyas que me aguardan
-Pablo Neruda, Si tu me olvidas

qoax:

todo me lleva a ti
como si todo lo que existe
aromas, luz, metales,
fueran pequeños barcos que navegan
hacia las islas tuyas que me aguardan

-Pablo Neruda, Si tu me olvidas

(Fonte: aformofhealing, via mnemosyne666)

awmailk:

mr-trombas:

The poor thing

THIS MAKES ME SAD

awmailk:

mr-trombas:

The poor thing

THIS MAKES ME SAD

(Fonte: tastefullyoffensive, via darkblueviolent)

“Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.”

—   Mark Twain (via observando)

“Books are the perfect entertainment: no commercials, no batteries, hours of enjoyment for each dollar spent. What I wonder is why everybody doesn’t carry a book around for those inevitable dead spots in life.”

—    Stephen King (via vintagegal)

(Fonte: goodreads.com, via heliochronometer)