Teen? You must see this blog!







I have been waiting three years for this tumblr post.

It’s like she’s getting younger.

You forgot one


OMG she is really getting younger I wonder when will she be a new born


when a good show slowly starts to become awful but you can’t stop watching because you’ve grown too attached to the characters



Does Canada even have a president or is it just whichever moose has the strongest antlers

“I’m not totally mad at you. I’m just sad. You’re all locked up in that little world of yours, and when I try knocking on the door, you just sort of look up for a second and go right back inside.” — Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood (via setfiresonbabies)


having 3 friends is a lot of work

““I had to find out,” he said.
“If I’d loved you,” she said, “I would have let you know before now.”
“You would?” he said.
“Yes,” she said. She faced him, looked up at him, her face quite red. “You would have known,” she said.
“How?” he said.
“You would have seen it,” she said. “Women aren’t very clever at hiding it.”
Newt looked closely at Catherine’s face now. To her consternation, she realized that what she said was true, that a woman couldn’t hide love.
Newt was seeing love now.
And he did what he had to do. He kissed her.” — "Long Walk to Forever" (a.k.a. "Hell to Get Along With") by Kurt Vonnegut (via allonzee)

10-01 / 6:59 / 9 notes / allonzee


- Long Walk to Forever, Kurt Vonnegut


"How did we get so far from home, Newt? said Catherine"

"One foot in front of the other, …through leaves, over bridges," said Newt

Long Walk to Forever Is one of my favorite short stories from Welcome to the Monkey House collection so I decided to create something for it. Every attempt at hand lettering resulted in disaster! (will post pics later), So I opted for digital. Overall I’m satisfied with the outcome!


"You know what happens next?" she said.
“Nope,” he said.
“We shake hands,” she said. “We shake hands and part friends,” she said. “That’s what happens next.”
“All right,” he said. “Remember me from time to time. Remember how much I loved you.”

10-01 / 6:57 / 29 notes / brianraley


from the short story “A Long Walk to Forever” by Kurt Vonnegut


when your chemistry teacher gives you a bad grade



everything personal