Okay I just finished season 1 of Queer As Folk. What are these droplets in my eyes?
If you don’t think Queer as Folk is great, you’re wrong.
u golden brown discs
of brakfast joy
u are the turntable
2 start my day right
u give me pancak power
2 survive the week
monday thru sunday
pancaks make fun days
and it’s always fun to say:
more pancaks pls.
no no no NO no no NONONONONononononONONKONONOONONNONONONONONONONONONONNONONONONONONONONONONONONONONONONONONONON
I’m about to spend money I don’t have on Dion’s book because his writing is so fabulous.
I have a feeling I’m going to be laughing through tears.
I love this guy. Support his book!
Sara said there are bears in her new neighborhood, and I think that’s a pretty inconsiderate thing for those bears to do, but when confronted with the forces of nature where do we turn? Most of us would call the police on the bear, as if the police arrest bears. Others would hide underneath a car. No matter what, we all tend to run to technology. Our generation has found new ways of making connections, and as the older generation occasionally takes breaks from destroying the world both economically and environmentally to tell us that we’ve lost our sense of wander to our smartphones and Google, we’re growing up in an amazing era of people bridging themselves together through technology.
These essays are about that. They’re about those shifty bears in Sara’s new neighborhood. They’re about wading through the technobabble of social media in an attempt to understand each other. They’re about your friends dying and how you wish you hadn’t relied on Facebook to keep up with them rather than actually going to visit them. They’re about OK Cupid profiles and broken vending machines. They’re about extended letters of admiration to the dearly departed Steve Jobs, and they’re about when your idols jump off the roof of their parents’ house.
Asleep at the Controls is funny, charming, smart, occasionally very silly, and occasionally very sad. It is thoughtful and personal, full of bite-sized introspection and generational relevance.
You can buy it right now this very second at Amazon. It’s a Kindle book, but you don’t need a Kindle to read it. All you need is any device with the Kindle app, and it’s available for free for laptops, tablets, and smart phones. It’s a great tool to organize your literary collection and get books instantly, so if you don’t already have it, you should certainly pick it up.
Reblog and grab a copy. I hope it’ll make you feel something.
When I read about Ned my heart sank. As soon as I get enough money I will buy this, I promise.
1. The best way to know when your asparagus is done is when you’re bored and don’t want to wait to eat it.
2. Breast cancer is a made of suck disease that attacks one of my very favourite organs of ladies.
3. Albert Einstien was a Physicist. Not a quotation…
My fingertips go numb and apparently according to google I could have carpal tunnel or heart failure.
boys meowing soulfully
it took me 3 seconds to reblog this
one of my favorite things from the internet
I wanna do this for choir now…
Shit, I cried so much in my acting classes at Tals. Mrs. Mack just knows how to hit you right in the feelings.