queenofthetearlingtrilogy:

Armor or fashion? 


anexpansionlikegold
godbait:

Little tiny Groot ♡

When you have a large collection of books:

1: Get ready for the most popular question: "Will you even read them all?"
2: I hope you like book buying bans, because you will make them, then promptly break them multiple times a year...okay, maybe multiple times a month.
3: If you dig through your shelves, you'll probably encounter a book you had no idea you owned.
4: Book cataloguing is probably the best thing ever. Before you order those books online, make sure you don't already own them!
5: A favourite phrase: "I own that book, but it's still on my tbr list."
6: And, "Welcome to my library!"
7: One last one, "Oh, I'm sorry, you said you had a lot of books...yeah, wait until you see my collection."
8: Hm, how to make more room.
9: More options for creative book pictures are at your finger tips.
10: The struggle of finding something to read in a room full of books is real.
11: It's scary how good you're getting at finding ways to get into your room with your new books without being spotted.
12: It's even scarier how you're becoming an expert with justifying your huge book purchases.
13: Ah, nothing like the smell of hundreds/thousands of books in the morning.
14: Three words that will terrify any book collector: house fire, mold.
15: Those books will be read one day, and if not, you'll pass them on to your kids!
16: Who needs wall space, anyway?
17: Make sure you take some Advil or Tylenol before you organize those shelves.
18: Admit it, you love hearing a new friend's gasp of surprise when they see your collection.
19: You know you already own a book that's suddenly popular...now, if only you could find it...
20: For every five books you read, you'll probably by twice as many new books.
21: Book borrowers beware: We might have a lot of books, but we know when you still haven't returned the one you borrowed.

redundantz:

easied:

if trees could talk i’d probably get emotionally attached to them

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iguanal:

i hate songs that are like 75% bad but the chorus is so good that you suffer through the whole song just to hear one part like three times

chocolatemew:

i-effed-it-all-up:

songs by florence and the machine make me feel like i need to run barefoot through a misty forest wearing a flower crown

and reveal my true demon form as i burn the forest and everything in it down