Chubby

Sep 22

breakdancin:

The Music of Eleanor and Park - {Listen}

The music described in Eleanor and Park, from beginning to end. 
"I just want to break that song into pieces and love them all to death" -Eleanor 

Thank you, Rainbow Rowell for this beautiful book.

"I’d felt so many things since our journey began— joy, fear, hope, horror —but until now, I’d never once felt alone."

- Ransom Riggs, Hollow City (via wordsnquotes)

(Source: wordsnquotes, via wordsnquotes)

Sep 22

"But you can’t feel bad every second, I wanted to tell her. Laughing doesn’t make bad things worse any more than crying makes them better. It doesn’t mean you don’t care, or that you’ve forgotten. It just means you’re human."

- Ransom Riggs, Hollow City (via quoted-books)

Sep 22

"Strange, I thought, how you can be living your dreams and your nightmares at the very same time."

- Ransom Riggs, Hollow City (via observando)

Sep 22
Sep 21

Chris Evans is excited about Dunkin Donuts (x)

(Source: tyesheridann)

"She’d offer me with a smile, like she’d brought it just for me."

- The Beginning of Everything (via naengkanto)

Sep 21
lazychubster:

“We have all been fooled into believing in people who are entirely imaginary — made-up prisoners in a hypothetical panopticon. But the point isn’t whether or not you believe in imaginary people; it’s whether or not you want to.”
Sep 21

lazychubster:

“We have all been fooled into believing in people who are entirely imaginary — made-up prisoners in a hypothetical panopticon. But the point isn’t whether or not you believe in imaginary people; it’s whether or not you want to.”

"I still think that everyone’s life, no matter how unremarkable, has a singular tragic encounter after which everything that really matters will happen. That moment is the catalyst—the first step in the equation. But knowing the first step will get you nowhere—it’s what comes after that determines the result."

- The Beginning of Everything (via thatjadedjade)

Sep 21

"I wondered what things became when you no longer needed them, and I wondered what the future would hold once we’d gotten past our personal tradgedies and priven them ultimately survibable"

- Ezra Faulkner ( The beginning of Everything)

(Source: sheiibang)

Sep 21