Tips for aspiring writers: don’t be afraid of writing rubbish. It’s very easy to become hypnotised by an empty page or screen. It’s tempting to abandon a half-finished work because you can’t make it perfect. I hereby give you permission to write things that aren’t perfect, make mistakes, try things that don’t work, experiment with styles you’re not used to and generally throw words around. You’ll learn much faster that way.
— Frances Hardinge, interviewed by Armadillo Magazine (via thekitschies
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Cam we just have an arc for the Teds
Where they all watch Zac Effron movies and begin to suffer comedic existential crises and melt downs based on which movie effected them the most.
Almost over with my shift
If you are shitty to people in the service industry
I hope a giant eagle swoops down and snatches your first born child.