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Hi, my name is Kayla. I'm a college student who's trying to write on the side. To follow my progress (or lack thereof) follow me here or at insertintelligencehere.blogspot.com (or BOTH). I also like parentheses.

December 25, 2012 1:12 am
a forever lazy xmas #snuglife

a forever lazy xmas #snuglife

December 24, 2012 6:36 pm
Merry Christmas from the hottest of messes. We love you!

Merry Christmas from the hottest of messes. We love you!

December 22, 2012 11:23 pm
home sweet home!

home sweet home!

December 20, 2012 6:12 pm
and so it begins @justgatz @mikolorenzo  (at Rickhouse)

and so it begins @justgatz @mikolorenzo (at Rickhouse)

December 17, 2012 10:07 am
"If Britney can make it through 2007, you can make it through thesis."

"If Britney can make it through 2007, you can make it through thesis."

August 10, 2012 11:29 pm

criterioncorner:

The Royal Tenenbaums in Print

“What characters? This is a bunch of little kids dressed up in animal costumes.” 

family is a many-splendored thing… well, it’s definitely *a* thing, anyhow.

in honor of The Royal Tenenbaums’ impending blu-ray release, the folks over at Criterion assembled a gallery of the books and magazine covers that appear in the film. 

this will forever be one of my favorite movies

(Source: truthandmovies, via audreyhepburncomplex)

July 28, 2012 12:03 pm

lornasp:

I’ve uploaded Benedict opening the BBC coverage of the Olympic Games 2012 to You Tube. PS the silence at the start is part of the show.

(via timetravellingtimelord)

July 26, 2012 6:37 pm 11:52 am July 24, 2012 3:31 pm
thecomposites:

Professor Moriarty, “The Final Problem,” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
My nerves are fairly proof, Watson, but I must confess to a start when I saw the very man who had been so much in my thoughts standing there on my threshold. His appearance was quite familiar to me. He is extremely tall and thin, his forehead domes out in a white curve, and his two eyes are deeply sunken in his head. He is clean-shaven, pale, and ascetic-looking, retaining something of the professor in his features. His shoulders are rounded from much study, and his face protrudes forward and is forever slowly oscillating from side to side in a curiously reptilian fashion. He peered at me with great curiosity in his puckered eyes. (Suggested by thefootlefolly)

THIS IS SO COOL

thecomposites:

Professor Moriarty, “The Final Problem,” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

My nerves are fairly proof, Watson, but I must confess to a start when I saw the very man who had been so much in my thoughts standing there on my threshold. His appearance was quite familiar to me. He is extremely tall and thin, his forehead domes out in a white curve, and his two eyes are deeply sunken in his head. He is clean-shaven, pale, and ascetic-looking, retaining something of the professor in his features. His shoulders are rounded from much study, and his face protrudes forward and is forever slowly oscillating from side to side in a curiously reptilian fashion. He peered at me with great curiosity in his puckered eyes. (Suggested by thefootlefolly)

THIS IS SO COOL