I have the head now of myself and am man enough for a woman; marriage is but a...– Mary Frith (aka Moll), from The Roaring Girl, by Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker (via wwnorton) Faaaaaaaaaavorite play. It’s got a hot mess of a b-plot, but Moll Frith is a 16th-Century cross-dressing sword-fighting badass motherfucking woman. And she makes some good dick jokes too.
The library cafe closes at 2 during the summer. I forgot this and went to get a fork for my lunch around 3. Oh well, and eating cold chicken and grilled vegetables with my fingers isn’t the worst thing. It’s dipping the stuff in zucchini hummus (THIS IS SO GOOD GO MAKE THIS) that gets tricky. Not that I’m not doing it. I’m scooping hummus mush onto things with my fingers,...
All these old pictures of people’s dads for fathers day remind me of when my mom and I were flipping through an old photo album once - I was maybe ten or twelve - and she had to swoop in and pull out an old picture of my dad because he was wearing shorts and sitting facing the camera and it was indecent. Thanks, 80s fashion. Happy fathers day.
I got the last piece of Spanish omelette at the coffee place this morning - the last bite was full of artichoke heart - and Tanner had a galette with apples and cherries inside. The coffee shop was full of babies and kids and there was a little apricot poodle chillin outside. Tanner was facing the window and kept seeing people run into people they knew, walking in opposite directions and stopping...
marissalg answered your question: Michael Ondaatje, “The Cinnamon Peeler” YUP Probably true. But I did get it from the resources they give us for the program. Also in the resources, the scene from Closer that ends thusly: Larry: What does it taste like? Anna: It tastes like you but sweeter. Larry: THAT’S the spirit. Thank you. Thank you for your honesty. Now fuck off and...
Michael Ondaatje, "The Cinnamon Peeler" →
Too hot for high schoolers?
word of the day: biofelicitous
means “friendly to life”
In CT helping my friends with their wedding... →
I’m heading up to CT to spend the day with two friends whose wedding I’m officiating at the end of the summer. We’re gonna talk some ceremony today, so I googled “wedding officiate ceremony script” or something and opened up a bunch of tabs on my laptop before I left. I was just looking at them on the subway, and I teared up. I mean, it got real dusty on that A...