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Jan 27


clearmind:

End of a Year (Self Defense Family) - Composite Character

To best understand the material:

work part time,

make less than $20,000 a year,

grow your hair out,

live under constant threat of eviction,

wait until your bills arrive in pink envelopes before paying them,

have a pregnancy scare,

have highly personal and easily misunderstood goals,

maintain a healthy body weight,

always have a scheme or a poorly thought out plan,

wake after nine but before noon,

have roommates regardless of your age,

be a success sexually but remember your failures,

understand the world wasn’t made for you,

understand your parents are just people and be nice unless they unmarry,

understand sexual partners know you better than your friends and treat them warmly,

have definite opinions but understand the world does not care,

judge people on how they will feature in D&D campaign,

love animals,

do not treat retarded people like lepers,

really don’t treat lepers like lepers,

be kind to people,

listen to Renee and Angela,

do not be afraid of other people’s opinions,

understand art has a context and don’t dismiss things outright,

don’t resent people with money,

don’t be married,

do not have children,

avoid hard drugs, they make you talk too loud and that’s annoying,

understand people have the right to be tasteless,

approach doors with confidence and not fear,

attach yourself to people who are funny, distance yourself from uptight squares,

embrace the media,

try new things.


back.

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Aug 28

Jul 19
adventuresofsnake:

"i don’t care if it’s your school fight song, i’m not singing it. you don’t even play sports here."

adventuresofsnake:

"i don’t care if it’s your school fight song, i’m not singing it. you don’t even play sports here."


Jun 1

May 18

May 16

Hindered by sober restlessness. Submitting to the amber crutch. The theme in my aching prose. Fantasizing the sight of Manhattan; that pour of a bitter red being that escapes a thin frame. The rebirth of mutual love. The slipping on gloves to lay tenderly. 


"I’m dying." 
- “Is it blissful?” 
"It’s like a dream." 
- “I want to dream.”


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