Is anyone else completely terrified by the concept that you could, someday, meet someone who actually genuinely wants to spend the rest of their life in love with you?
Usually, I am terrified that this will never happen. But terrified would be a bit over the top. Just… a bit sad.
I am actually considering this right now. I don’t think I’ve ever done that. Fascinating. Almost makes me feel normal just thinking about that. I guess that is one of the many things normal people think about. And I don’t.
Inspirational people: Dylan Moran
Dylan Moran’s universal life wisdom.
“It was sort of decided in the 20th century that religion is formalised panic about death.”
i genuinely dont understand how two people magically like each other at the same time.
The only language I know.
So what does ‘brutally bludgeoning you” with a parasol mean?
We’re never getting back together.
This is an awful lot of rules and moves to remember. We could do something bizarre and actually, um… TALK?
Is it weird that I imagine Ralph Fiennes doing all that. Damn, Ralph Fiennes seems to be really good at glove flirtation in my head. Just that he also pulls the according face, too.
“Follow me” D:
Did I ever mention I have a VERY vivid imagination???
Noooo, Ralph, don’t turn the gloves inside out!!! You’re breaking my heart. D: D: D:
Don’t you dare fanning yourself like that!!!
Hahaha, now I see him folding the gloves up. God…
Ralph Fiennes with a parasol… Is that supposed to be kinky?
I love “Speak to me”.
The parasol looks pink in my head. With… white lace.
Oh God, the handkerchief! That’s… totally… “I desire acquaintance”. :O I should make my head stop…
In the movies, you typically see two different kinds of people: those who are linear, scientific, logical, sometimes ‘nerdy’- and those who are creative, unique, passionate.
What happens if you’re both of those people?
I just get the feeling sometimes that I don’t fit into either category. Not that there should be categories, I’m not a believer in those, but I confuse myself sometimes. A large part of me sits around being like “HOLY SHIT I FUCKING LOVE CHEMISTRY” and reading scientific journals with no shame and being really excited to become a doctor. But the other half of me always just adores good art and music and traveling and being present in the world, and writing poetry, and not giving a fuck about whether I got a 90 on my biology exam, the kind of stuff I feel like I couldn’t live without, but how can I continue doing that if my entire life starts to revolve around labs and research and neuroscience degrees? What will I do?
I just hope I can find a happy medium.
I know what you mean. I primarily consider myself a very emotional and passionate person, but then there are moments where I think, “Wait, I’m also very pissed off about illogical things”. You know, many people tell me that things I say don’t make sense or that I change topics too much, but when it comes to something that is socially accepted but completely illogical, they close their eyes. Unfair.
I don’t think you have to choose, but take the best from both. I could never be 100% adjusted and integrated, because this will never happen. Neither can I just do things and love what I do.
Neuroscience is great.