And when she hugs me goodbye, she smells like fresh air.– Wendy Mass, Every Soul a Star (thanks, hopeless-velociraptor)
I am a word in a foreign language.– “Disembarking at Quebec” by Margaret Atwood (via the-final-sentence)
Of chewing gum, apparently.
privatedinosaurs: The chewing gum ban has been lifted in Singapore. Rejoice, says no one actually living in Singapore. No one here is even talking about the lifting of the ban, because it’s almost inconsequential. I find it entirely hilarious that international reports claim that Singapore has been ‘living in fear’ because of the chewing gum ban. And then I find it doubly so when I remember...
My own heart stopped as she turned and walked away up the empty road.– The Greeen Man by Jeanette Winterson, in The World and Other Places (via the-final-sentence)
I am a writer, and I will finish the shit that I started.– The Writer’s Prayer, by Chuck Wendig (via writingquotes)
Arthur: Are you saying I'm fat?
Merlin: No, it's just the belt is one hole shy of perfection.