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Hi I'm Sara. I like British panel shows, Gilmore Girls, 30 Rock, Doctor Who, the Good Wife, Parenthood, Downton Abbey, and anything Aaron Sorkin. I'm currently obsessed with Girls, My Mad Fat Diary, Borgen, Supersizers, The Mindy Project, and Nashville. I also love food (eating it, not making it), learning to play the guitar, and nerdy science things. I reblog a smattering of those things and also random shit. Welcome.

explore-blog:

19 emotions for which English has no words, in an infographic by design studen Pei-Ying Lin.
Among the most beautiful is toska.
English, meanwhile, has plenty of unusual words of its own.

explore-blog:

19 emotions for which English has no words, in an infographic by design studen Pei-Ying Lin.

Among the most beautiful is toska.

English, meanwhile, has plenty of unusual words of its own.

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"I am not saying it’s bad to be fashionable. Dressing stylishly is a skill; it’s just an intimidating one, like being able to pull a truck with your earlobe."
— 1 year ago with 16 notes
#victoria coren  #fashion  #quote 

valentoms:

i made more historical (political) figure valentines

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— 1 year ago with 164891 notes
#bad jokes  #valentine's day 
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Plath was an addict of experience, and she could not bear the fact that young women like her were denied something so life-enhancing. In the same letter she goes on to write of her deep envy of males, anger she describes as ‘insidious, malignant, latent.’

Sex — or rather the constraints and repressions surrounding it — played a central role in Plath’s creative and psychological development. She realized, as she wrote in her journal in the autumn of 1950, she was too well brought up to disregard tradition, yet she hated boys who could express themselves sexually while she had no choice but to ‘drag’ herself from one date to the next in ‘soggy desire.’ The system, she added, disgusted her.

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previously unexplored side of Sylvia Plath, who took her own life 50 years ago this month. (via explore-blog)

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— 1 year ago with 283 notes
#sylvia plath  #sex  #book things 
"You should bring something into the world that wasn’t in the world before. It doesn’t matter what that is. It doesn’t matter if it’s a table or a film or gardening — everyone should create. You should do something, then sit back and say, ‘I did that.’"

Comedian Ricky Gervais adds to our archive of sage advice with a nod to the value of finding your purpose in this Esquire interview

( Quipsologies)

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— 1 year ago with 526 notes
#quotes  #ricky gervais  #creating