We don’t talk about Professor Binns enough. He just woke up one day and forgot to take his body with him and then was just like “fuck it, I’ve got a class to teach.”
“You miss 100 percent of all the shots you never take.” – Wayne Gretzky
does anyone else feel sort of lost after reading a really good book? like, you’ve spent hours in another world, you got to know those characters, while you were reading, these characters’ stories were more important than your own little story… and then it’s suddenly over and reality seems dull now, compared to what you’ve just been through.
The evening’s the best part of the day. You’ve done your day’s work. Now you can put your feet up and enjoy it.
"Remember that at any given moment there are a thousand things you can love." — David Levithan, The Realm of Possibility (Photo by Geneviève Bjargardóttir)
things i haven’t learned in high school
- how to pay bills
- how to buy a house
- how to buy a car
- how to apply for loans for college
but thank jesus i can graph a polynomial function
Posts like this annoy me. I never learned any of that bullet-pointed stuff in school either. What I learned were skills that allowed me to figure it out on my own without someone needing to hold my hand, and the confidence in my own abilities at being able to achieve what I wanted to.
But where I do need my hand held? When being taught how to graph a polynomial function.