Faith, here's an equivocator

It's Hannah and they.
Married to the Sea.
My URL is dedicated to Jack Chick, who doesn't know what's cool.
Currently reading/watching/listening to: the complete works of Shakespeare
Other recurring themes/previous obsessions: The Silmarillion, the French Revolution.

Ici on s'honore du titre de citoyen.

Ask me anything

officialmaureenjohnson:

"average bisexual sleeps with 30 people per year" factoid actualy just statistical error.  average bisexual sleeps with maybe 1 to 3 people per year.  Georg Lord Byron, who self-exiles from puritannical england & sleeps with 10,000 each day, is an outlier adn should not have been counted

galactic-kat:

wasarahbi:

emes:

leeantsypantsy:

all-aboutqoqo:

“We dressed up as the book Madeline, with six people dressed up as her and me as Ms. Clavel, their teacher. One of the Madelines, however, was the truly special one…the one with the beard, that is. Our experience was hysterical—I’d walk all the girls (and one guy) down the street in two straight lines. Guys would be walking the other way, whistling or hollering at all the pretty ladies. Then, as they got to the back of the line, they’d see my friend Brennan, then they’d see me, and I could tell that they were suddenly wondering if ALL the Madelines were men.”

the last sentence

lmao what

There will never be a time when I don’t reblog this because it is my fave.

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One outraged speaker in a property dispute [recounted in Xenophon’s Memorabilia] felt moved to come up with an alarming infinitive to describe the economic effect of homosexual liaisons. Katapepaiderastēkenai means ‘to have wasted an estate in affairs with boys.’

James Davidson, Courtesans & Fishcakes: The Consuming Passions of Ancient Athens, p. 195 (via pinchofnutmeg)

salparadisewasright:

he was a polar bearshe was a penguincould I make it any more obvious

salparadisewasright:

he was a polar bear
she was a penguin
could I make it any more obvious

(Source: renovador)

georgetakei:

I’d get this table, but all the good ones argon. http://ift.tt/1xcGT5p

Here’s another thing. Strictly speaking I’ve been working on this for years, except it started its life as a general travel-themed mix called “God Gave Me Travelling Shoes” (and with a completely different cover), and somehow turned into… this.

All photos are stills from the 1959 German documentary Die Pamir; the title is from one of the less-frequently quoted lines of Sea Fever by John Masefield.

Part I on 8tracks

Song to a Seagull - Joni Mitchell | The Water - Feist | Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd | The North Star Grassman and the Ravens - Sandy Denny | Farewell to Nova Scotia - Bonnie Dobson | Ei oh - Hannes Wader | My Johnny Was a Shoemaker - Steeleye Span | South Australia - Tallymoore | De noorsche Vullrigger - Kwart | Hog-Eye Man - Martin Carthy & Family | The Trawlin Trade - Malinky | Sally Brown - Teddy Thompson | Folk Medley - Master and Commander ost

Part II on 8tracks

De untofredene Seemann - Hannes Wader | Rolling Sea - Eliza Carthy | Sloop John B - The Beach Boys | Haul on the Bowline - Bob Neuwirth | Spanish Ladies - Jerry Bryant & Starboard Mess | Rolling Home - Hannes Wader | Leave Her, Johnny, Leave Her - Stan Rogers | When I Was a Fair Maid - Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill | Standing on the Shore - Anne Briggs | Rows of Angels - Eliza Carthy | The Sea Captain - Sandy Denny | The Dawntreader - Joni Mitchell | The Brean Lament - June Tabor

For some reason 8tracks is claiming that Part II is only 5 minutes long - it said 15 minutes when it was published, so it has become shorter in the at least 20 minutes that I’ve been listening to it to make sure it isn’t broken.

runecestershire:

aphilologicalbatman:

teaforlupin:

soyeahso:

pictures-to-prove-it:

miz-joely:

doctor-molly-hooper-holmes:

strawberrypatty:

ausmetallen:

queerlullaby:

ausmetallen:

mxtchstick:

Johnny is a joker

IC: Erik is a shark. Max is a nickname for. Magneto is awesome.

OOC: Is Brynn a girl’s name

Is Ceb a good company to work for

I’ve found my dream career.

Clare is a fat girl’s name.

Frell you, John Hughes… You ruined my life.

Danielle is a beautiful name. :D

Joelle is a girl name (I kinda knew that already lol)

Kate is a werejaguar.

…goddamn it all.

April is the cruelest month.

Damned straight. Thank you T.S. Elliott

'Variety is a spice of life'

FRELL YOU GOOGLE even you can’t spell my name right

I got “[APB] is alive.” Um. I should hope so?

"Runescape what is a bot"
So I put it in quotes and got “what is a rune stone” because google is a butt and doesn’t obey word order.

And when I did my Christian name instead of the nom de internet I got some stupid song lyrics, and then “is a nub”. Google knows nothing.

"Hannah is a palindrome."

You don’t say, Google.

(Source: insomniatasteslikecottoncandy)

mayonose:

Ladies and gents, Julie d’Aubigny~

On a Rosh Hashanah which fell on Shabbos - R’ Levi Yitzchak of Berditchiv rose and said:

"Lord of the Universe, today You judge each person for the coming year, and grant him life or condemn him to death. But, on this Rosh Hashanah You are forced by Your own Torah to grant a good and healthy life to all Your people in coming year. After all, on Shabbos You have decreed in Your Holy Torah that it is prohibited to write. How then can You fulfil ‘On Rosh Hashanah it is written down’? There is no way for You to inscribe anyone in the Book of Death, because writing is forbidden. On the other hand, You may certainly inscribe us all in the Book of Life, because when there is pikuach nefesh (danger to life) the prohibition on writing does not apply."

x (via lo-yichbe-balaila-nera)

I have said it before and I’ll say it again: my people invented rules-lawyering.

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