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February 25 2017

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Najlepsze chwile podczas czytania to te, gdy trafiasz na coś - myśl, uczucie, punkt widzenia - o czym myślałeś, że jest wyjątkowe, szczególne tobie i tylko tobie znane. I oto jest, opisane przez kogoś innego, osobę, której nigdy nie poznałeś, być może kogoś, kto od dawna nie żyje. To jest tak, jakby nagle wyłoniła się czyjaś dłoń i pochwyciła twoją.
— Alan Bennett
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June 15 2015

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April 23 2015

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Soul Sucking Jerk From Downstairs by Godmachine

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[untitled] series 1 no. 1 by [sxn7]

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April 10 2015

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17 Problems Only Book Lovers Will Understand

1. When someone asks you what your favorite book is and expects you to pick just one.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

2. When someone interrupts your reading.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

Because, really, a book is basically a Do Not Disturb sign.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

3. When the movie version of a book gets everything wrong.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

4. And completely ruins your mental images of characters.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

5. When someone you like tells you they don’t like to read.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

6. When you forget to eat or sleep because a book is so good.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

7. When your favorite character dies.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

And you pretend they’re still alive but it’s just not the same.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

8. When a book you love gets a harsh review.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

9. When an author stops writing mid-series.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

10. When someone spoils the ending of a book.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

Or worse, the ending of an entire series.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

11. When you walk into a bookstore.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

12. When you lend someone a book and get it back in terrible condition.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

13. Or never get it back at all.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

14. When you finish a book and have to wait a year for the sequel.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

15. When a book makes you cry hysterically in public and everyone thinks you’re crazy.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

16. When no one gets your obscure literary reference.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

17. When someone says you read too much.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

Because you know there’s no such thing as too many books.

17 problems only book lovers will understand

March 17 2015

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Mine!
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February 24 2015

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February 03 2015

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“There are days that must happen to you.”
— Walt Whitman
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February 02 2015

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January 19 2015

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Andrew Belle - Many lives

I’m just getting over this
My fingers are arguing over which
One of them gets to climb down your wrist
Introduce themselves to yours first
I try to make sense of this
Cause my lips are starting to make a list
Of all of the things that they seem to have missed
Before the day that they met yours

Oh but, how many lives have we
How many lives have we
How many lives have we led

You’re just getting over him
Your eyes are shining
But oh so dim
I heard he tore you apart limb from limb
You promise it wasn’t the worst

And I hope there’s enough for you
Cause my love is bleeding and slightly bruised
You be the page and then I’ll be the glue
Come here, I’ll show you it hurts

Forget all the times that you sat felt sorry for yourself
Cause that’s done
I hope that you’re falling for me and not just for my wealth
Cause there’s none
My heart’s speeding up so I think that we should take it slow
Oh no, I
Think we should try to see just how far this thing can go
Oh, oh

I’m just getting over her
It’s funny cause I thought I was so sure
You be the patient and I’ll be the cure
Ain’t that just the way that it goes

Oh but, how many lives have we
How many lives have we
How many lives have we led

January 18 2015

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January 15 2015

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Jeżeli zobaczy to ktoś, kto to pisał. ZIOM!!!! Jesteś moim Bogiem :D

January 09 2015

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Don't wake me up, I'm winning wars inside my head
And maybe I'm weak but not beneath the covers of this bed
Asleep, I'm undefeated in this world of mine
So let me stay inside this dream and keep me from the light

I've built this place behind my eyes you'll never see
And you can move my body but please keep my mind asleep
Beyond the galaxies where there's no space or time
I will transform, I am reborn to rule over the skies

I, I feel it in my bones
Escape, the world I know
It's all in my control
I, I just wanna stay this way
Blood pumping in my veins
I feel it, I feel it

Behind the darkness there's a sea of neon light
And maybe you think I'm sinking, but you just can't get inside
Don't try to save me when my mind is finally free
Cause I'd rather run my own world than face your reality

It's not enough for me to paint with black and white
Inside my head there are shades of red unknown to waking life
You think you've traveled far? You've never seen the stars
Cause the only the way is if I say you can follow me that far

I, I feel it in my bones
Escape, the world I know
It's all in my control
I, I just wanna stay this way
Blood pumping in my veins
I feel it, I feel it

deadmau5 - Seeya (ft. Colleen D'Agostino)

January 06 2015

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Kabaret Słuchajcie - Zajebista piosenka

December 31 2014

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Waltz Around Saturn with this video showing highlights from Cassini's exploration of the giant planet, its magnificent rings, and fascinating family of moons.
(WARNING: this video may not be suitable for people with photosensitive epilepsy)
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December 15 2014

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Gotowanie krewetek w 3 sekundy
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December 14 2014

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The last panel. I cannot stop laughing

December 05 2014

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Non-Platonic Relationships

David Policar

A friend of mine and I were talking about platonic vs. non-platonic relationships, and I got to thinking about a "Platonic relationships" as the ideal relationship of which any actual relationship is just a shadow on the cave wall... which got me wondering about "non-Platonic relationships" like the following:

  • A Socratic relationship, in which you ask a lot of really difficult questions of the other person until they get annoyed and want to poison you. (I have a lot of those.)
  • A Hegelian relationship, in which the two parties disagree about everything but eventually achieve a synthesis. (Come to think of it, I have a lot of those, too.)
  • An Aristotalean relationship, characterized by an extreme interest in what category of relationship this is.
  • A Cartesian relationship, characterized by doubts about whether there's really a relationship going on.
    A more extreme version of this is the Berkeleyan relationship, characterized by an adamant insistence that there is no relationship going on at all. Both of these can in time evolve into a Wittgensteinian relationship, in which the participants acknowledge that whether there's a "real relationship" is an ill-defined question that depends more on the structure of their language than on the reality of the relationship.
  • An Aquinian relationship, that acknowledges that an exploration of the nature of the relationship is likely to strengthen rather than weaken it.
  • A Hobbesian relationship -- solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short. (Sorry, I couldn't resist.)
  • A Kantian relationship, in which you can morally do anything that it's OK for everyone else in the relationship to do.
  • A Rousseaian relationship, characterized by the natural behavior of man in the wild, away from civilization.
  • A Nietzchian relationship, where both parties focus primarily on the will to power.
  • A Randian relationship, in which both parties act exclusively in their own self-interest.

Some additional entries suggested by Frank Krausz:

  • A Heraclitean relationship, which you may as well not categorize since it's not only different from all other relationships, it isn't the same from one moment to the next. (You might think you've been in one just like that, but you're wrong.)
  • A Stoic relationship, which is also unique, but anyway it's no better nor worse than any other.
  • An Epicurean relationship, which theoretically isn't very different from a Stoic one, but sounds like a lot more fun.
  • A Humean relationship, in which what you see is what you get.
  • A Hillelistic relationship, which is platonic (in the vulgar sense) because nobody will do anything to anybody that they don't want done back to themselves.
  • A Christian relationship, which soon degenerates into a platonic relationship because both parties are doing what they do want done back to themselves, instead of what the other party wants done to them.
  • A Marxist relationship, where each party gives according to -- I'll stop right there, it's too obvious. Clearly *that* one is doesn't become platonic. Let's hear it for Materialism.
— David Policar
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