Still

kingcheddarxvii:

This is classic internet right here. Never forget this

hermonthis:

Cybersix (1999)

hermonthis:

Cybersix (1999)

Don’t change so that people will like you. Be the real you and the right people will love you. Don’t stoop to be a counterfeit.
Unknown (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

kobetyrant:

me when I got money: ha! broke ass bitch how the dollar menu taste? I wouldn’t know because it’s Big Macs only around here hoe!!!!

me when I’m broke: capitalism is inhumane and must be put to an end.

Y.Uno and T.Ogura - Counter Blow
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I want to learn you.
I want to learn with you.
I want to learn from you
(via jmsoprano)
If you know what you are going to write when you’re writing a poem, it’s going to be average. Creating a poem is a continual process of re-creating your ignorance, in the sense of not knowing what’s coming next. A lot of poets historically have described a kind of trance. It’s not like a Vedic trance where your eyes cross, and you float. It’s a process not of knowing, but of unknowing, of learning again. The next word or phrase that’s written has to feel as if it’s being written for the first time, that you are discovering the meaning of the word as you put it down.
Derek Walcott, as cited in Advice to Writers by Jon Winokur (via ethiopienne)
ohyeselifresh:

Can i get an amen?

ohyeselifresh:

Can i get an amen?