The Craving for...

Just whatever happens to float my goat

Has it ever struck you that life is all memory, except for the one present moment that goes by you so quick you hardly catch it going?

The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore by Tennessee Williams (via themilkywhiteway)

(Source: catharinethegreat, via alishenciya)

Well, not all of us are in the same weight class so it is hard to say between Hemsworth and Evans. I think they’re pretty evenly matched. I think it would go to the ground. Then I think it’s me, Ruffalo, and Renner in a quote-unquote three-way in which I lay waste to them with sleeper holds but then we cuddle. And then it is Hiddleston versus Johansson if I am not mistaken. That probably just winds up in dinner at a five-star restaurant somewhere.

—Robert Downey Jr. on who would win a battle among the Avengers (via marvelassembles)

(Source: mrscatalano, via dragonqeen1010)

pinkgills:

the dude who pulls out a cigarette in front of a girl with lung cancer and then acts like sir dickweed mcfucklamp when she doesn’t understand the worst metaphor on earth seems to be tumblr’s newest squeeze

(via ohberyn)

sparkcas:

all i can imagine is all of them doing the grudge walk and assembling like a damn transformer at the end of a dark hallway in the middle of the night when i went to go get a glass of water

sparkcas:

all i can imagine is all of them doing the grudge walk and assembling like a damn transformer at the end of a dark hallway in the middle of the night when i went to go get a glass of water

(Source: missjraffe, via stability)

Poet-Themed Questions

  • Dante: Where would you go for an epic adventure?
  • William Shakespeare: Favorite thing about language or writing?
  • Robert Burns: What part of your home are you most proud of?
  • William Blake: Are you religious? Spiritual? Atheist? Agnostic?
  • Alfred Tennyson: Who is your hero?
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning: What would your dream love be like?
  • John Keats: What inspires you?
  • Edgar Allan Poe: What do you have nightmares about?
  • Walt Whitman: Where is your favorite place to be outdoors?
  • Dorothy Parker: Favorite way to jazz things up?
  • Robert Frost: How do you comfort yourself when you're down?
  • Sylvia Plath: What do you hope to achieve in your lifetime?