Jonathan Tropper, This Is Where I Leave You
and old quote I will always love. i got comfortable, fairly quickly. then someone better than any of the others walked into my life. life.. you is funny. we will play this all by ear.
Of all the knowledge that was crammed into my head in college, one of the most important lessons I got was from a young professor in my major who really impressed upon us that when you start out, you are on the bottom of the totem pole and it’s going to be hard. You have to be willing to work harder and longer than everyone around you. Nobody’s going to hand you anything. Having a diploma doesn’t mean you earned anything in the real world yet. Don’t pass up any opportunities and don’t be afraid to share your ideas.
Well, you seem to have already figured that out. Don’t forget it, and I’m sure you’ll go far.” —(via getyourrunningshoeson)
The ones who become attractive naturally, over time and are dope in the sack because they’re generous with the giving of head and haven’t yet realized that they’re not fat, ugly, bacne freaks anymore.
And the ones who go out of their way to make themselves hot and work hard at it and then once they finally achieve an acceptable level of hotness they turn into giant cunts and develop a Gene Simmons’ sized ego.
I still can’t decide which one the newly sexy Neville Longbottom is.
Under a Read More for length, dialogue from David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest.
Descriptions of character movement - to indicate either the speaker or their attitude - when and where deemed necessary.
[Trigger warning: references to depression, disassociation, alcohol and domestic abuse, death.]
“I’m right here for you anytime of day or night, Mario, as you are for me, as I am for Hal and we all are for each other. Right here.”
“I am right here with my attention completely focused on you.”
“How can you tell if someone’s sad?”