I'm no fool. I'm just upside down.

I'm Sarah, 19yrs old living in the Midwest. I love video games and Japan amongst other things. Welcome to my blog. o (◡‿◡✿)

orenjii:

NeoGals VOL. 20, September 2014 Part 1

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I’d rather have a life of ‘OH WELLS’ than a life of ‘WHAT IFS.’

lokis-booty:

Romantic things to say to your partner.

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papayadog:

scandalous

 i will reblog this as many times as it takes me to stop finding this funny

i’ve spent enough time on kitten cams to wonder why at least one of ‘em doesn’t look like Maksim (because that does happen)

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I’ve written before about By Heart, a series at The Atlantic in which authors write short pieces about their favorite passages in literature. This week, our own Edan Lepucki — whose new novel you may have heard about thanks to Stephen Colbertwrites about the metaphors in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. (FYI, Margaret Atwood wrote a Year in Reading entry for The Millions.)

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In my favorite passage from The Handmaid’s Tale, figurative language reminds us that Offred’s flesh is and isn’t flesh, and that although her body is controlled by the state, it’s far from a defined, closed system. This brief unhinging of meaning is an act of defiance. And in a world where all you’re allowed is your female body, it also may be a relief.

acezev:

this is it. this is the greatest thing i will contribute to this fandom.

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