It is never too late to turn on the light. Your ability to break an unhealthy habit or turn off an old tape doesn’t depend on how long it has been running; a shift in perspective doesn’t depend on how long you’ve held on to the old view.
When you flip the switch in that attic, it doesn’t matter whether its been dark for ten minutes, ten years or ten decades.
The light still illuminates the room and banishes the murkiness, letting you see the things you couldn’t see before.
Its never too late to take a moment to look."
No Diggity (Blackstreet cover) -Chet Faker
So smooth. Unffffffffffff.
‘STACEY’S MOM HAS GOT IT GOIN’ ON
SHE’S ALL I WANT AND I’VE WAITED FOR SO LONG
STACY CAN’T YOU SEE YOU’RE JUST NOT THE GIRL FOR ME
I KNOW IT MIGHT BE WRONG BUT I’M IN LOVE WITH STACE-‘
”you have already seen that band so you don’t need to go to their concert again” no u don’t understand
it’s a metaphor, you see; you put the textbook in front of you, but you don’t give it the power to actually teach you anything
My dog got excited when I got home from work and ran around me while peeing
The Results of the Scottish Independence Referendum
Brand New | Magazine
Girl come to me
The only broken hearted loser you’ll ever need
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
Sheen Estevez, Ace Attorney
This is a great, unique little tool I found by browsing for writing resources. It’s name speaks for itself: it’s a synonym finder.
The site is clean cut, has soothing colors, and to-the point results for any word you look up.
For example, when I look up the word “romance,” I get this:
Synonyms: romance, romanticism
Definition: an exciting and mysterious quality (as of a heroic time or adventure)
Definition: an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone
Usage: the quality of mercy is not strained—Shakespeare”
I had no idea what a “hypernym” is. Apparently it’s a word with a more general meaning that a more specific word fall under. Like, color is a hypernym for green.
On the right corner there’s a button to make graphs! So you can trace each synonym from it’s root word, and see how far the other synonyms connect in comparison to others.
I really like it, so I’m going to definitely bookmark it on my writing tools list.