My personal blog. Nothing special. I will reblog some stuff and occasionally write about my life. If you like it then enjoy.




I was chatting with a donor before I drew his blood, and he was a dentist. when I actually drew him, there was just a little squirt of blood and it surprised him

I looked him in they eye and told him “you’re bleeding because you don’t floss”

and he went dead silent

had the opportunity and fucking seized it



have you ever just

stopped whatever you were doing

to look at an english word and

“you look like a fake word”



The second thought of the day was triggered by a conjunction between Game of Thrones and the Exsultet, a/k/a Praeconium Paschale. In the Game of Thrones, the Red Priestess often repeats a mantra of her religion:
“For the night is dark and full of terrors.”

Then, on Saturday evening, came a rejoinder:
“The night shall be as bright as day,
dazzling is the night for me, and full of gladness.”
Et nox sicut dies illuminábitur:
et nox illuminátio mea in delíciis meis.

which illustrates nicely the difference between the faux-medieval and the real thing.

Michael Flynn, “Game of Thrones (via akeenerheart)

Let children read whatever they want and then talk about it with them. If parents and kids can talk together, we won’t have as much censorship because we won’t have as much fear.

Judy Blume (via thelifeguardlibrarian)

I’ve been MIA for banned books week unfortunately so here we go.

(via heartlessmuffineater)


Wow uhm, I think I have at least ten Sansa-related requests right now, so I hope you guys don’t mind I did these together. Two for this week — I think I’m finally getting the hang of this… *fist pump* Sophie Turner is so pretty! ;___;





isn’t it weird that we pay money to see other human beings?

Are you talking about prostitution, the movies, or airplane tickets?



You know, when I think about it: it doesn’t seem weird at all.

So many people, on seeing sexual objectification of women, complain that it is sexual objectification, and that it’s never done to men.

The answer, of course, is to equal it out by not objectifying anyone. Yet here it is, the balancing out of a bad thing on one side by adding a bad thing to the other. And all the comments I’ve just written over are rejoicing. I decry objectification of women, and I decry it of men. 

(Source: fweecarter)