Pirate Ships and Magic Castles

i want to go on an adventure.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… but not quite. So far, I’ve gotten as far as looking like a limp, stressed Christmas tree, but once I get some sleep, party some tomorrow, and have a movie marathon, I think I’ll be just fine.
Going to curl up and get cozy with my Physics lab now. Happy Night-Before-The-Night-Before-The-Night-Before Christmas.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… but not quite. So far, I’ve gotten as far as looking like a limp, stressed Christmas tree, but once I get some sleep, party some tomorrow, and have a movie marathon, I think I’ll be just fine.

Going to curl up and get cozy with my Physics lab now. Happy Night-Before-The-Night-Before-The-Night-Before Christmas.

(Source: burtontim, via fuckyeahtimburton)

Hang on, travelling woman. Don’t sacrifice your plan ‘cause it will come back to you.

@icbtjh: an Essay about Capitalization

Remember that conversation that we had on the morning bus ride to school on December 5, and I told you that I wrote about it, and you guessed that it was about the future, and I was like, “No”?

Well, here it is:

in The words of Margo Roth Spiegelman, “The rules of capitalization are so unfair to words in the middle”. capitalization has Been Around for many, Many years. it Is Very Often used in Societies today. Although Most people Insist on Following the laws of Capitalization, There Are individuals Who Express their discontent With these Laws All Over the world. Though There Is An abundant number Of Languages in The World today, The Members of movements to Stop Unjust capitalization Have All come To an understanding. 

let Us Help stop unjust capitalization Today.

I decided to end it there because I realized that I should be working on my actual homework.

Writing this on my diploma would probably not get me the mark I want, so I’ll leave it up to you to mark. I think it’s very good to use in the rally against unjust capitalization… If there ever is one.

bythegods:

Doppelgänger

Doppelgängers originate in German folklore and are ghostly duplicates of oneself. The name translates to “double walker,” and they are evil spirits that choose victims at random and are generally thought of as harbingers of bad luck.

Though they have no shadow or reflection, Doppelgängers look exactly like their victim. Here are some steps for spotting a Doppelgänger: if you’re watching yourself talk to your buddy Jim and you aren’t using a mirror, you’ve got yourself a Doppelgänger. If you are whispering murderous nothings into your own ear, you’ve got yourself a Doppelgänger. If your family is confused as to why there are two of you burying your freshly slain buddy, Jim, in your petunia patch, you’ve got yourself a Doppelgänger, as well as some ruined petunias. 

Doppelgängers can be seen by those they are Doppelganging, (not a real term) or those whom the Doppelgangee (again, made-up) cares for. A Doppelgänger seen by the victim’s family and friends brings merely confusion, while one seen by the victim brings omens of death and misfortune. A person whose Doppelgänger has been seen is believed to be not long for this world.