(via withabang)

(via withabang)

“When you love someone that much and that person is away from you, sometimes it literally feels like you can’t breathe, as if your body is aching for air. And then that person walks into the room, and all that ache inside of you, all that longing, dissolves and you feel yourself breathe again. But it’s as if he takes the same breath with you. You’re both one.”

Diane Les Becquets (via justlia)(via pieceofmymind)(via pretty-bird)
“…in real life I always seem to have a hard time winding up a conversation or asking somebody to leave, and sometimes the moment becomes so delicate and fraught with social complexity that I’ll get overwhelmed trying to sort out all the different possible ways of saying it and all the different implications of each option and will just sort of blank out and do it totally straight — ‘I want to terminate the conversation and not have you be in my apartment anymore’ — which evidently makes me look either as if I’m very rude and abrupt or as if I’m semi-autistic and have no sense of how to wind up a conversation gracefully…I’ve actually lost friends this way.”

David Foster Wallace (via silentsigh) (via fauxbois) (via catastrophe23)
unicornology:(via merricat)
old school!

unicornology:(via merricat)

old school!