@13 hours ago with 347551 notes
The human body is fascinating
I keep telling people this shit in real life and they don’t believe me.
I’ve seen it from multiple sources, and this just adds another (albeit usually unreliable) source.
This is actually legit, guys. This is how your eyes move when you’re thinking about something. It’s actually a good way to tell if someone is lying or not, because they’ll look to their left (your right, durr) when they’re constructing false memories, and to their right when they’re actually remembering them.
HOLY CRAP. SAVING THIS FOR FUTURE REF.
What I always wondered was whether its from the actual person’s perspective or the person being talked to’s perspective.
(Source: ssscuttlebuttt, via cut-out-the-bad)
"Did you ever feel, as though you had something inside you that was only waiting for you to give it a chance to come out? Some sort of extra power that you aren’t using - you know, like all the water that goes down the falls instead of through the turbines?"
Aldous Huxley, Brave New World
@14 hours ago with 2 notes
#aldous huxley #brave new world
Some old writings should never be re-read.
@16 hours ago
@16 hours ago with 147312 notes
Best thing about Colbert is that when he nails it, he nails it.
I feel like Colbert is one of the best examples of religious you can ever get. He’s Catholic. He’s one of 11 kids. He teaches SUNDAY SCHOOL. And it never comes off like he’s judging you because you don’t follow his exact path.
I’m an atheist, and I feel like Colbert gets me in a lot of ways. It means a lot.
Love Stephen Colbert.
One of my always-reblogs.
(Source: noblette, via bostontonashville)