(1) Beinaheleidenschaftsgegenstand: The thing that is almost the thing you want, but not quite.
(2) Lebenslanger Schicksalsschatz: It is not something that develops over time. It’s something that happens instantaneously. It courses through you like water of a river after a storm, filling you and emptying you all at once. You feel it throughout your body, in your hands, in your heart, in your stomach, in your skin.
when I was in 11th grade I had to take a bullshit class called ‘Communication Studies’ which was just the class you take if you flunk your first year of foreign language because they don’t want to risk you flunking again and having to stay another year
The teacher never taught so I did was play magic the gathering with someone else in the class
I only failed the spanish class in the first place cause my teacher’s sister had died of cancer at the start of the year and she just spent like 80% of each class crying and the district didn’t let her take time off to get well.
Two stories on two days? What is this, the apocalipse????
Calm down everyone. Actually this was supposed to be done A MONTH AGO.
If you made the count, you know what it means, if not I’ll tell you: THIS IS THE 6TH PROMPT FOR @starcoweek2. YES I’M A MONTH LATE.
I was almost giving up, but then… I hate to start things and never finish them, I already got to many stuff I did that *looks at the pile of fanfictions and brush aside*
Day 6 was “Song Inspired”, I got a bit of trouble to find a song to this because most of my stories are written with songs so I had way too many ideas and no idea on how to start them… That was until Lyoko decided to add a new song to the playlist in which bring me up back to the past of my childhood and the clip helped me to figured out what I wanted to do.
Ba ba da da Take a look at my
girlfriend She’s the only one I
got (ba ba da da) Not much of a
girlfriend I never seem to get a
lot (ba ba da da, ba ba da da)
Marco called his mother to tell the
news, unable to wait more. Star was setting the genre for their movie night.
Every tuesday, popcorn, couch, blankets, chocolate and soda to watch at least
one movie together. Neither of them knew how they started this habit, but it
was set and no one would change that.
As his mother picked-up Marco was
rambling happily to them and Star laughed from the living room because of his
“Marco, calm down, is there a problem? Do we need to go back?”
“No!” He laughed. He didn’t want
them to get out their little vacation just because he couldn’t control his
happiness, “Sorry, I got carried away”
Vietnamese nail salons
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartments
Smoking weed in empty parking lots
70’s Rock n’ roll
Teenagers in bong shops
Hells angels at the burger joint
Pick up trucks
The writer Umberto Eco belongs to that small class of scholars who are encyclopedic, insightful, and non-dull. He is the owner of a large personal library (containing thirty thousand books), and separates visitors into two categories: those who react with “Wow! Signore professore dottore Eco, what a library you have! How many of these books have you read?” and the others — a very small minority — who get the point that a private library is not an ego-boosting appendage but a research tool. Read books are far less valuable than unread ones. The library should contain as much of what you do not know as your financial means, mortgage rates, and the currently tight real-estate market allows you to put there. You will accumulate more knowledge and more books as you grow older, and the growing number of unread books on the shelves will look at you menacingly. Indeed, the more you know, the larger the rows of unread books. Let us call this collection of unread books an antilibrary.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb - The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable