"I like to enter a room with urgency and declare with concern: “I came as soon as I felt like it!”"

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yeahboygetit:

The guy I’m dating was not pleased at all to learn about this kind of stuff I’ve done. I appreciate everyone who has supported me, but I need to pick a relationship over being slutty online!

#FuckThat. #SlutForLife #FindAnEquallySluttyBoyfriend

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I need a pair like that

I need a pair like that

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thecommonmag:


I’ll be honest: when The Common asked me to review Ros Barber’s new book, The Marlowe Papers, I was leery. Novels-in-verse aren’t really my thing. Reading the back cover blurbs, I became even more skeptical: a novel in iambic pentameter (rhymed and blank verse) from the point of view of the English poet, playwright, Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593), whom conspiracy theorists claim was the real author of Shakespeare’s plays? The book claims Marlowe’s death, in a bar-fight before the Church of England could charge him with heresy, was staged to let him escape England. And while in hiding, he ghost-wrote all of Shakespeare’s plays.
 What the hell? I expected an overwrought, creepy fan-fiction piece in archaic diction and clumsy meter. After reading a few pages, I realized I owed Ms Barber an apology. This is a damn fine book.

Read more of James Dickson’s review of The Marlowe Papers by Ros Barber.

I could take a look at this!

thecommonmag:

I’ll be honest: when The Common asked me to review Ros Barber’s new book, The Marlowe Papers, I was leery. Novels-in-verse aren’t really my thing. Reading the back cover blurbs, I became even more skeptical: a novel in iambic pentameter (rhymed and blank verse) from the point of view of the English poet, playwright, Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593), whom conspiracy theorists claim was the real author of Shakespeare’s plays? The book claims Marlowe’s death, in a bar-fight before the Church of England could charge him with heresy, was staged to let him escape England. And while in hiding, he ghost-wrote all of Shakespeare’s plays.

 What the hell? I expected an overwrought, creepy fan-fiction piece in archaic diction and clumsy meter. After reading a few pages, I realized I owed Ms Barber an apology. This is a damn fine book.

Read more of James Dickson’s review of The Marlowe Papers by Ros Barber.

I could take a look at this!

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Straight pussy lovin bro.

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Story of my life

Story of my life

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This I do NOT miss.At all.

This I do NOT miss.

At all.

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I think I like this

I think I like this

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mapsontheweb:

Most Popular US Attractions - State by State

This is a worthy bucket list!

mapsontheweb:

Most Popular US Attractions - State by State

This is a worthy bucket list!

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When bros wear pink socks playing sports

When bros wear pink socks playing sports

unimpressedcats:

King of the jungle

unimpressedcats:

King of the jungle

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comicblah:

Tommy Lee Edwards

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deafgeek:

winteriscomingbitch:

Because Life of Brian is always relevant.

Life of Brian + Game of Thrones? This is relevant to *ALL* of my interests.

I now want to watch this throne game

deafgeek:

winteriscomingbitch:

Because Life of Brian is always relevant.

Life of Brian + Game of Thrones? This is relevant to *ALL* of my interests.

I now want to watch this throne game

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2076:


iraffiruse:

Long exposure, 3 traffic lights in the fog.

Wow

2076:

iraffiruse:

Long exposure, 3 traffic lights in the fog.

Wow

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