look gothic

Move on, leave, run away, escape this place… but don’t forget about me, about us, about this town. Always remember where you come from so you can appreciate how far you’ve come.
—  c.j.n.
cause its my problem if i wanna pack up and run away
its my business if i feel the need to smoke and drink and sway
its my problem, its my problem if i feel the need to hide
and its my problem if i have no friends and feel i want to die
—  Marina And The Diamonds

2015 Classics Challenge: Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen (Classic #1)

WHEN I Discovered This Classic
I’m not sure when or how I first heard about Jane Austen. It feels like she’s one of those authors that I’ve always known. I didn’t know much about Northanger Abbey before I read it, but it kept cropping up while I was looking up Gothic literature, after enjoying Jane Eyre. Appropriately, I visited the British Museum’s exhibition on Gothic literature earlier this month, which is where I discovered the ‘Northanger Horrids’ – the Gothic novels that Catherine and Isabella discuss while talking about their love of reading.

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my future partner is probably texting their bae right now about how they’re gonna be together forever. sike, see you in ten years bitch

me: *gives an answer*

teacher: class, do you agree or disagree?

you: well I disagree beca-

me:

"why do you always wear black"
cause i’m ready for ur funeral bitch

I edit the look of my blog whenever you edit my feelings.