Just an idea.
I realized I’ve been a pampered child in the terms of companionship. I’ve always had a brother to tease, to protect, to love, to hate. And even if my bro and I weren’t on good terms for the day, I’d always just go hang out with my dog. Existing in silence. That’s what I’ve always loved about these two. So today, summer, drinking beer on the porch. Bowl of...
The Book Surgeon.
deadsunsanddyingstars: Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer carves one page at a time.
junkyard-bodhisattva: I love how straight English men call each other “Darling.” I’d love to work that into my daily conversations, but American men are so goddamn homophobic. Even the so-called “liberal” ones. I hate how men relate — or don’t relate — to each other.
"That's what she said" dates to the 18th Century →
only they said- “said the actress to the bishop” “This phrase derives from the fact that, during early English theater, actresses were poorly paid and often used prostitution to supplement their income. Because of these “loose morals”, clergymen spent a lot of time with these actresses… trying to get them to turn from their sinful ways. Thus, it was a common occurrence for actresses to...