A Writer with Issues But not A Care in the World

A 90's Child, Artist, Writer, Philanthropist, Fangirling on occasion, Foul-mouthed, and Vivd Dreamer. www.soundcloud.com/emamissouri

Breakfast at morrisons, slowly becoming an habitual habit #timelapse

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stormbornvalkyrie:

"Jalan Atthirari Anni." Moon of My Life

"Shekh Ma Shieraki Anni." My Sun and Stars

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jadenienna:

How Do You Wear Your Poppy ?

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williamsjem:

Get to know me meme: [3/5] favourite movies ✦ The Hunger Games Series

"You really want to know how to stay alive? You get people to like you. Oh, not what you were expecting? Well, when you’re in the middle of the games, and you’re starving or freezing, some water, a knife or even some matches can mean the difference between life and death. And those things only come from sponsors, and to get sponsors, you have to make people like you. And right now, sweetheart, you’re not off to a real good start."

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allons-ywibblywobbly:

This picture is what I needed today :))

allons-ywibblywobbly:

This picture is what I needed today :))

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enigmaticrose:

We’re funny, okay?

THIS IS EXCELLENT except I have to disagree with one point: Jane Austen wouldn’t be hella annoying on social media - she’d just be trolling all the time.

Hemingway would also have some major MRA backers probably. He wouldn’t be one (he’d just be a regular misogynistic bastard) but his followers would be harassing anyone who called it out.

Faulkner has no use for twitter and his blog posts are interminable.

Robert Frost’s Instagram tho.

And Poe and Lovecraft trying to outdo each other with Two-Sentence Horror Stories.

And Elizabeth Bishop, Emily Dickinson, and Sylvia Plath deliberately trolling MRAs.

And Polidori would tag “@DevilEnglishman” in every. Single. Post, trying to start a twitter war in the hopes of gaining followers.

e.e. cummings would get so pissed at everyone writing Tumblr tags lower-case that he would file an unsuccessful cease-and-desist order on the grounds of stylistic plagiarism, then would write a series of brilliantly self-deprecating poems about the experience.

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allons-ywibblywobbly:

how long are you going to stay with me? f o r e v e r
I don’t like The Doctor falling in love with his companions. Except when he fell in love with Rose :D

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Oh Benny.. [x]

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New #tattoo has begun! #ink #instamood #instadaily #Buddha grey scaling and nearly all the outline done in 2 hours hopefully only another 3 hours to go on this part, then gradually building into a full arm sleeve :D  #tattoos
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holahydra:

I feel like this represents tumblr since the 1st of September

THE TIME HAS COME TO BRING THIS BACK

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cumberbum:

The Gospel According to Benedict

Poised to make Alan Turing his own, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to sexual politics and bullying. And he’ll take on all comers.

Photography by Samuel Bradley | Shot on location at the Barbican Conservatory, London.

The hottest ticket in London next summer is not One Direction, Miley Cyrus, or Beyoncé. It is Benedict Cumberbatch playing Hamlet at the Barbican theater. Some 100,000 tickets for the 12-week run went on sale a few days before I was due to meet Cumberbatch — coincidentally at the Barbican — and sold out in minutes. Even by the robust standards of London theater (more than 22 million people attended shows in the 2012–2013 season), that’s some record.

For Cumberbatch, taking on theater’s most ambitious role — “a hoop through which every eminent actor must jump,” as the essayist Max Beerbohm once put it — may be a rite of passage, but it’s also a test of whether popular culture can open the gates to high culture. Can the pop idol Sherlock attract his screaming fans to the Bard? “I hope it sort of goes into the places that television sometimes can,” Cumberbatch says, “to draw people to see me live who haven’t seen Shakespeare before. We want the people who’ve never been in a theater, but we’re not into social engineering, so we can’t say to another cross-section of society, ‘Oh, sorry — you’ve got a library card. Fuck off.’ ”

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