Anonymous asked: This is not a question. I miss you! DLF = ]
Aw :) I have no idea when you sent this, but I just got it hahaha. I miss you too! I know, not having Facebook sometimes makes communication difficult…but text me!
Anonymous asked: if death is only when you are not and you are when death is not, then why do people live like death stalks them with scyth in hand.
Hm. That’s actually a very good question, I like it…I think people act as though death is upon them because they have no passion left for life. The things they wanted in life have somehow disappeared or they’ve let go of their dreams and desires and then they choose to surround themselves in places of fear. After a while, this fear begins to melt into them and they’re consumed by negativity in all kinds of forms (hate, jealousy, depression). The things that make people alive are meant to continue burning and a lot of people let that fire go out…and when life begins to diminish, death becomes grander. Don’t you think?
…Don’t you hate it when people claim to be your friend, say things that make you upset, don’t take you seriously, then when you get really really upset, they start to act nice but then only show you that they just want you for sex? I really can’t tolerate this anymore. This really makes me depressed.
Shakespeare plays and sonnets performed using 400-year-old Original Pronunciation.
This video demonstrates why historically informed performance can be so illuminating. Puns and lewd jokes, hidden in RP, leap out when performed in certain versions of OP. Rhymes that don’t work in RP, do in OP: love vs. prove, speak vs. break, etc. The ca. 1600 OP is so rich sounding; I would love to hear a production using it!
Second tattoo, done by Nate at Screaming Needle in Allendale, MI!
For my favorite Mark Twain quote, “Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody”
Anonymous asked: Why are u still awake??
God if I know.