hi im alex. these are the things i love: any situation that calls for staying up all night and watching films - music - books - movies - the radio dept. - taking showers at night with the lights out and windows open - dreaming - dreams - morning coffee - ferry rides - train rides - road trips - flatlands - mountains - windstorms - lightningstorms - the feminine shoulder - abandoned buildings - bridges - restricted areas - airports - flying - being in a plane and looking down on cloudworld - photography - lomography - people that are interesting, but not self-interested - old houses - playing wine glasses to the delight/annoyance of all in the room - hugging people - kising people - cool breeze - fresh cut grass - night walks - watching the stars - kids on swingsets - kids in general - not having kids - dogs - cats - all animals (except bees and snakes) - the first day of summer - memories - pizza
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I think one of the highest compliments you can give a person is that when you are talking to him, you are not thinking about the fact that you are talking to him. That is, your thoughts and words all exist on a single, engaged level. You are being yourself because you aren’t bothering to think about who you should be. It is like when you talk in a anime.
David Levithan, How They Met, And Other Anime (via 2ou)

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spacemen-3:

sometimes it’s really hard to think nice things about yourself.

(via nineteencigarettes)

In general, people are not drawn to perfection in others. People are drawn to shared interests, shared problems, and an individual’s life energy. Humans connect with humans. Hiding one’s humanity and trying to project an image of perfection makes a person vague, slippery, lifeless, and uninteresting.
— Robert Glover (via mirroir)

(Source: psych-quotes, via fuckyeahexistentialism)



Vondelpark, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1971
Willem Diepraam
farxng:

Café Lumière (2003), Hou Hsiao-Hien