1. food52:

    The lightest, fluffiest, tallest bread you’ll ever make.

    Read more: How to Make Japanese Milk Bread at Home on Food52

    (via brown-skin-royalty)


  2. Anonymous said: Where do you work, if you don't mind me asking?

    Proofreader who also fills in as a secretary sometimes. It’s not my passion, to say the least.


  3. I was doing my hair Sunday when I decided to watch the On The Run special I saved. I couldn’t even finish my bantu knots bc I had just been scalped. Good lordt.


  4. Thank God I DVR’d the On The Run HBO special last night while I watched Koh-Lanta (the French Survivor) with Adrien. Hopefully, I won’t fall asleep watching it like I do every time I try watching television past 9PM. Adrien always has to carry me to bed these days. This is what waking up at 6AM to get ready for work does to me :(

  5. coack:

    David Bowie, 1980.

    (Source: davidbowiedating, via hungryteen)


  7. Montréal is truly 3rd world. Us gals were chatting at work and they told me that MAC lipsticks are like 26.99 here or something absurd like that.

  8. carmelinaxox:

    this is how gay people communicate 

    (Source: drinkdatkoolaid, via silaszakaria)

  9. zzz-d:






    Wow. The game has changed.

    I wasn’t ready


    (Source: mualien)


  10. I miss too many people and too many places flung across this earth that I feel almost incapable of reaching out anymore.


  11. I feel like people who I actually like on this website should never be allowed to delete.


  12. I wanna know if my health insurance at work means 12 consecutive months or a calendar year when they say that I have up to $2000 of dental coverage. I am too lazy to find out (i.e. read) but I wanna get my wisdom teeth pulled before they give me any trouble.

  13. sapphiretemplo:


    (Source: champagnepuppies, via coconutoil-stan)


  14. music-for-the-modern:

    Drinking In L.A. — Bran Van 3000


  15. "If you know what you are going to write when you’re writing a poem, it’s going to be average. Creating a poem is a continual process of re-creating your ignorance, in the sense of not knowing what’s coming next. A lot of poets historically have described a kind of trance. It’s not like a Vedic trance where your eyes cross, and you float. It’s a process not of knowing, but of unknowing, of learning again. The next word or phrase that’s written has to feel as if it’s being written for the first time, that you are discovering the meaning of the word as you put it down."
    — Derek Walcott, as cited in Advice to Writers by Jon Winokur (via ethiopienne)

    (Source: litverve, via ethiopienne)