every step we take goes backwards, don’t know what we’re headed for
breakfast with gregory
you left your winter clothes and your teeth marks in my skin
‘oh we so canoodled this summer. like all summer long’-lu on our summer time spent together
you dun ruffle mah angryyy bones
he’s been too slick for me to catch him bare handed, yogi bear handed that is. har har har
photo shoot with matt maher today. lots of new photos from the past few days coming soon!
tonight was soo ridiculous! :)
The Forecast show with God Tiny, Two States and Erin Maine!
coff, waffles, and scooby doo. such a good morning. forecast show later!
can’t believe how strange it is to be anything at all
tryin’ to find some piece of mind
why is a raven like a writing desk?
Enquiries have been so often addressed to me, as to whether any answer to the Hatter’s Riddle can be imagined, that I may as well put on record here what seems to me to be a fairly appropriate answer, viz: “Because it can produce a few notes, though they are very flat; and it is nevar put with the wrong end in front!” This, however, is merely an afterthought; the Riddle as originally...
it is a price tag!
10/6 The card or label on the Hatter’s hat reads “In this style 10/6”. “10/6” means ten shillings and six pence (or half a guinea), the price of the hat in pre-decimalised British money and acts as a visual indication of the hatter’s trade. (There were 20 shillings to the pound, 12 pence to a shilling … thus 10/6 = 126 pence.) With inflation analysis...
“Mad as a hatter” Although the name ‘Mad Hatter’ was undoubtedly inspired by the phrase “as mad as a hatter,” there is some uncertainty as to the origins of this phrase. As mercury was used in the process of curing felt used in some hats, it was impossible for hatters to avoid inhaling the mercury fumes given off during the hat making process. Hatters and mill...
the march hare wears a straw hat because in victorian times that was a common way to depict madness
if you like alice in wonderland, you'll like this
so I was reading Through The Looking Glass and in that story Alice meets the kings two messengers, Haigha and Hatta who are actually The March Hare and The Mad Hatter. So I looked up Haigha (pronounced Hare, by the way) and the explination came up with the name of John Heywood who was a famous proverbist/poet/writer in the 1500’s and he wrote the proverb “Mad as a march hare”...
In your heart there’s a spark that just screams, For a lover to bring a...– neutral milk hotel
Goldaline, my dear, We will fold and freeze together Far away from here.– neutral milk hotel
Know all your enemies. We know who our enemies are.– neutral milk hotel
Moving your mouth to pull out All your miracles aimed for me.– neutral milk hotel
I will be with you when you lose your breath, Chasing the only meaningful...– neutral milk hotel
you’re drunk on your awe– neutral milk hotel
really? even when i’m brutally honest.
‘he’s 19 ..he’s an eff up …he’s a druggie. …. i’ll introduce you.’
Now your eyes ain’t moving now They just lay there in their clouds– neutral milk hotel
We will take off our clothes And they’ll be placing fingers through the...– neutral milk hotel
My mother refuses to listen to me.
nikodemus: I’ve never felt lonelier or more unwanted. HEY, i’ll listen
dirty jokes at pool halls