cold coffee and contradictions

the bizzare ramblings of an over active mind


"Why do you want this job?"

Because under capitalism I am forced to sell my labor in order to subsist.

(via fuckyeahfeminists)

Hands can tell you the real truth about someone. The way they rise or fall, so often unconscious of their sadness or grace, can signal final defeat or love that hides behind a straight face or cynical smile.

Jonathan Carroll (via browndresswithwhitedots)

(via mytopophilia)

Once we begin to celebrate what our body does rather than obsessing on how it looks, we start to appreciate our body as an instrument rather than an ornament.

Your eyebrows are sisters, not twins.

—The most comforting beauty advice I’ve ever been given. (via cinniie)

Mine are actually conjoined twins though

(via lotsalipstick)

All those who do not books return
Are thieves, not borrowers, and earn
The punishment Justice demands;
Their sacrificial loss of hands.
May God, therefore, as witness see
That it be done unswervingly.

Book curse written in a library catalogue in 1049 by the abbot of the Abbey of Lobbes in Germany. (via oneiriad)

Damn. Abbots are scary…

(via onwardstothelibrary)

Apparently book curses were a thing!

(via palegirlinthecity)

(via nettlefae)

breathe, this is love without love.