There was thunder and lightning
It was awfully exciting
But your words are so frightening
And my fists are now tightening

And better better make me better better
Make me unnatural
And sweeter sweeter
make me sweeter sweeter
Make me unusual

3 hours ago — 3 notes | music, Azedia,

Женщины меня любят и приходят иногда из деревни по нескольку человек.

(если жизнь не показала вам видео на которое я вам намекаю этим всем, просто кликните и поймите)


The Secret History - Donna Tartt

“Does such a thing as ‘the fatal flaw,’ that showy dark crack running down the middle of a life, exist outside literature? I used to think it didn’t. Now I think it does. And I think that mine is this: a morbid longing for the picturesque at all costs.” 

Ben Whishaw as Richard Papen
Zane Holtz as Henry Winter
Michael Pitt as Bunny Corcoran
Mia Wasikowska as Camilla Macaulay
August Diehl as Charles Macaulay
Gabriel Mann as Francis Abernathy

i though i’ve seen all the most ridiculous fancasts but then mikkelsen as julian morrow appeared


Spring cleaning in the Great Hall, Louvre Museum, Paris. Pierre Jahan, 1947

Wall Street, New York City. Photographed by Leonard Freed. (1956)

"Who’s Ogden Nash? "
"The best-selling poet in the country."
"Perhaps you’ve heard this one."

bluesbell asked: oh nooo, you should sleep. sleep is good. anyway, distraction: i'm rewatching True Detective and it occurred to me that if Rust Cohle had been on the Bunny Corcoran case, Richard would have narrated that story from jail. also now i'm imagining him cracking Henry like a coconut and it's scary.

i caaaan’t find tiiimeee for thaaat :(

he’d decipher Henry in a blink of an eye at least because Rust always expects the worst from people, and then again because he’s brilliant.

He’d also probably be absolutely ruthless about it, because, all emotional context aside, Henry - to begin with - is a pretentious little privileged shit with ~ideas. Rust would probably stomp on his glasses. And then on his face.

*pats Henry’s shoulder absently*

1 day ago — 1 notes | bluesbell, ask,