I don’t know why Frank insisted on bringing me to this dinner party, I don’t even know what to talk about and everyone’s already having a conversation, it’d be awkward to butt in. A steakhouse? Really? I’m a pescetarian, Frank. We’ve known each other ten years. Nobody’s even bothered to comment on my coat or offered a tummy rub. Your friends are shit, Frank.
Maybe one of the only matching pink suits I’m a fan of (at Alexander Wang)
To the as-yet-unborn, to all the innocent wisps of undifferentiated nothingness: Watch out for life. I have caught life. I have come down with life. I was a wisp of undifferentiated nothingness, and then a little peephole opened quite suddenly. Light and sound poured in. Voices began to describe me and my surroundings. Nothing they said could be appealed. They said I was a boy named Rudolph Waltz, and that was that. They said the year was 1932, and that was that. They said I was in Midland City, Ohio, and that was that. They never shut up. Year after year they piled detail upon detail. They still do it. You know what they say now? They say the year is 1982, and that I am fifty years old. Blah blah blah.
— Kurt Vonnegut (Deadeye Dick, 1982)
(Source: thesaltwaternight, via loveyourchaos)
The road ends here, the village of Crovie in Aberdeenshire / Scotland (by MolloF).
walking in the city
(Source: kzsui, via darkfuse)
Lost in Translation (2004)
My God,” he gasped, “you’re fun to kiss.
— F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is The Night (via z-boys)
(Source: faithofthefaithless, via stockholm-syndromes)
Sunset from Walnut St.
I heard a really interesting conversation today at a cafe. Three 30-something-year-old men who were pronounced intellectuals were talking about how we, humans, have everything in the world at our fingertips with the Internet: every inch of history, practically every element of science - yet we sit and watch cat videos all day long. They admitted to it themselves.
We weren’t ready for the Internet.
** Fun fact: the word “Internet” is grammatically correct to be capitalize because it is considered a place.