Everyone has some sort of colorful word for their exes.
That douchebag, that psycho, that bitch, that total fucking asshole.
We’ve all had those relationships.
The compulsive liars, the emotionally stunted, the total fucking assholes.
But how do you explain that you just get bored?
Or that he got coffee with an old flame and you just didn’t feel anything for him anymore?
Or that he texted you one too many times that day and you decided you were done with him?
That your affections turn off faster than your kitchen faucet and you think there might be something seriously wrong with you especially when you describe every ex as
“a perfectly nice guy?”
That your most interesting relationships were with men who were cheating on their girlfriends at the time?
(One’s an example, two is a coincidence, three is a fucking trend)
Do you think that maybe you just can’t feel anything for anyone unless they’re are simultaneously perfect and deeply fucked up?
How is that working out for you?
So wear those evil ex names proudly, because they’re what you’re gonna get.
That slut, that psycho, that bitch, that total fucking asshole.
It’s alright, though. The one thing you’ve got going for you -
You are never fucking boring.
Considering my usual feelings on things like the Academy Awards and the Grammys, I’m a tiny bit conflicted on this, but it’s about DAMN TIME. Go to that ceremony and show yourselves off, you guys fucking deserve it.
Julius Caesar, I.ii
Nelson Mandela died today at 95 years old.
These were the words that he marked in his copy of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare while he was imprisoned for decades at Robben Island.
Source image: Laurence Barnes
– Raymond Chandler, The Raymond Chandler Papers: Selected Letters and Nonfiction 1909-1959 (via liquidnight)
– Nelson Mandela has died, South African President Jacob Zuma announces. (via frantzfandom)
im so amazed that people lived in north america before central heating was invented
its hella hella cold like, left to my own devices i would definitely have perished long ago
The National - “Sugar Wife”
So a few days ago, purely by chance (I swear), I stumbled upon this diamond in the rough, which somehow unearthed itself from being buried deep within the video archives of Brassland’s YouTube channel.
I still haven’t properly sorted out all my feelings about this but here.