do you ever just think about a cannonically queer tony stark and mourn the wasted potential
steve mccalls cott rogerssteve rogers
(I just smile and say ‘compared to what?)
i have been reading comics for four hours and nothing has fueled a guilt ridden existential crisis faster than remembering that finals are in one month exactly after
i ain’t even mad
In two days I finished Catcher in the Rye; it was better than the Bell Jar but it wasn’t amazing. I don’t know why these books are considered classics. Maybe it’s beyond the scope of my intelligence.
it might be a classic but that doesn’t influence you opinion on it i feel ? like either the content appeals to you or it doesn’t. a work is considered a classic if it is structurally or thematically significant for its time and although i believe its important to read if you are studying literature for its value in a chronologically historical context, this does not indicate that its themes will remain relevant to either you or the times we live in. the notion that you will 100% enjoy a book just because its considered a classic is why a lot of people are discouraged from reading i feel.
I think the idea is to try to learn and grow different parts of yourself. Liev Schreiber once told me that emotions are like muscles. If you keep using one over and over again, then it’s going to grow bigger than the other ones.