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Summary: You’re out with your boyfriend at a party, celebrating their latest win in an awards show. All the famous people are there and everyone’s drinking and having fun…Your abusive (Mentally and/or physically) ex turns up however - as they are part of a famous group also, but your boyfriend doesn’t like them due to how they treated you. Your ex tries hitting on you, but your boyfriend has other ideas.

Disclaimer: There are elements of abuse, mental and physical. There isn’t a lot, but they are still there. So just a warning. 

Jin: You were stood by the drink stand whilst Jin had gone to talk to a bunch of people who had congratulated him on his win with the boys. As you stood there, you were suddenly tapped on the shoulder and you turned around “(Y/N), it’s been a while.” said the familiar face. You knew you’d see your ex today, but you didn’t think he’d speak to you

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The lucky Quixote

The Bodleian Libraries have held an original edition (pictured above) of the first part of Cervantes’ masterful satire El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha since shortly after its publication in 1605.

It seems unlikely that Thomas Bodley, his librarian Thomas James, or book buyer John Bill could have known what treasure they had picked up, especially at a time when the library would have spent little time or resource on gathering vernacular literature

Furthermore, this copy seems to have been seldom read during its first years in Oxford - if not decades, maybe even centuries - and so the Bodleian Libraries’ copy [ Arch. B e.53] of this now-rare edition has remained in extremely good condition.

The King and Queen of Spain are shown a rare first edition of Don Quixote during a visit to the Bodleian Libraries in the summer of 2017.

Photograph by John Cairns.

  • Me: Time to study for that test tomorrow.
  • Brain: Or you could read that book that's been on your shelf for weeks.
  • Me: I can read that after I've studied.
  • Brain: No you can't.
  • Me: your right

I need more book suggestions. I saw beauty and the beast a few days ago and downloaded the sounds track the same day and I’m not ashamed

Sometimes we get sad about things and we don’t like to tell other people that we are sad about them. We like to keep it a secret. Or sometimes, we are sad but we really don’t know why we are sad, so we say we aren’t sad but we really are.
—  Mark Haddon, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Job opening: Time Traveler

Job opening:
Time traveler, must provide own temporal locomotive device.

Return to the Library of Alexandria an hour before the destruction began and secure every book, scroll, and other media.

Paradox prevention:
All items will be secured in forbidden and eldritch libraries to allow study but not interference with the flow of time.

Name it.

Before this post was made and after you have completed your task.

Why do you write in lowercase?

Why do you keep talking about love, about heartache?

I don’t want to hear about your sadness.

Tell me about the peach trees. About the cherry blossoms,

or the way you smiled at baby Groot.

(I know you did.)

Tell me your equivalent of eating yellow paint,

tell me how the cold made your feet curl.

Did you ask the barista for iced coffee?

I want to know if you laughed at Jimmy Fallon tonight.

Tell me about fairy lights, or leather boots,

or the way the bubbles looked against the incoming traffic.

I don’t want to know your misery anymore.


i don’t even know what makes you happy // bluestruckholly