Scribble the Kat

cyberfricking:

breaking news!!! breaking lamps. breaking everything. i’m so fucking clumsy

How do u feel about oceans ?
Anonymous

Necessary, interesting, and scary as hell.

R u aware that u, my dearest, are a huge nerd
Anonymous

well

Have you ever met Amy Hempel on campus? She is my favorite, favorite, FAVORITE writer. And I read that she works there.
Anonymous

benningtonstudents:

Ooooooohyeah yes yes Lady Hempel often comes and teaches/speaks during the MFA program periods.  She isn’t a faculty member for undergrads, but she is BFFs with our spring term faculty member, Doug Bauer (check out his book: http://www.uiowapress.org/books/2013-fall/what-happens-next.htm).  I read her book, Reasons to Live, in his Masters of Style lit class, and damn.  Mama knows how to write.  It’s possible to work for the MFA program over FWT, in which case, you could potentially meet her!

Keep on readin,

Parke ‘15

veralynn23:

Mike Stilkey

Some thoughts on the fear of the number 666…

Thunderstorms or sunny days??
Anonymous

I really enjoy thunderstorms. The sound, the air. I don’t know if I should enjoy them — I mean, I’m sure more accidents happen during a thunderstorm than during a sunny day. And I’m sure I’d be tired of thunderstorms if I had them every day. 

But I’ll go with that anyway.

homleschapel:

summer is real cute until every fuckin type of insect comes out of the 8th circle of hell

So for Reviewsday Tuesday, here is my suggestion: “Reasons to Live” by Amy Hempel. A short story collection, this is beautiful and intriguing writing. For those somewhat confused about life and the strange characters surrounding us. 
If you do pick it up and want a taste of Amy hempel’s writing, I suggest reading the story, “The Cemetery Where Al Jolson is Buried.” 
PS I know it is Wednesday and I’m a bit late…

So for Reviewsday Tuesday, here is my suggestion: “Reasons to Live” by Amy Hempel. A short story collection, this is beautiful and intriguing writing. For those somewhat confused about life and the strange characters surrounding us.
If you do pick it up and want a taste of Amy hempel’s writing, I suggest reading the story, “The Cemetery Where Al Jolson is Buried.”
PS I know it is Wednesday and I’m a bit late…

omgrunlol:

powerlesbian:

today i learned domesticated talking birds that escape are teaching wild talking birds expletives that sometimes become that flock’s group call

can you imagine being out on a nature walk and randomly hearing a group of birds screaming HEY ASSHOLE

oh my god

laptopped:

"you’re all posers" i say to the models. they are very good at their job

thranduart:

punkrockluna:

i always love this part because it means that maleficent had to be like “haha ok i’m gonna cover her with my cape and when they go WHERE IS SHE i’ll be like BOOM TADA”

BOOM TADA

thranduart:

punkrockluna:

i always love this part because it means that maleficent had to be like “haha ok i’m gonna cover her with my cape and when they go WHERE IS SHE i’ll be like BOOM TADA”

BOOM TADA

Emma Tobias on YouTube sings…



Prague Astronomical Clock

They blinded the guy who designed and built it so he’d never be able to build another one. It is the oldest working astronomical clock in the world.

Prague Astronomical Clock

They blinded the guy who designed and built it so he’d never be able to build another one. It is the oldest working astronomical clock in the world.

threadsinthistapestry:

On my way to Tim Burton’s house

threadsinthistapestry:

On my way to Tim Burton’s house