[Pick up the nearest book to you. Turn to page 45. The first sentence describes your sex life in 2012.]
“But it was too close.” - Gate of Darkness, Circle of Light, by Tanya Huff.
“Cordelier members were likewise surprised by the new fury in his performances and told him so.”
The Giant of the French Revolution, Danton: A life David Lawday
I blush, citizens.
“Of special interest to the beginning of the women’s movement was the growing interest in female education, leading to the founding of hundreds of female academies and seminaries during the antebellum period and a significant rise in female literacy.” —Seneca Falls and the Origins of the Women’s Rights Movement by Sally G. McMillen
I’ve been sitting here trying to think of something witty to say but honestly I’m just speechless and having one of those “this is so my life” moments
“here are some common forms of salt.” (Deborah Madison, Vegetarian Cooking For Everyone)
“According to his biographers, Aleister Crowley, who has been called the most perverted man of all time and who did everything that could be done with his worshipers, both men and women, chose only the ugliest partners of either sex.” (Umberto Eco, Foucault’s Pendulum.)
“Look! A kitty door!” Jake pointed.
A special TSS segment by the kernel to handle “Double fault” exceptions (see “Exceptions” in Chapter 4).
“It is inevitable that your programs will not always work properly immediately.”
…yeah, since I started estrogen, that has certainly been the case. >_>
Women were wise to reject a false Sisterhood based on shallow notions of bonding.
Lol, I can’t even.
“Well, Percy, how did you sleep?”
“Modern phytotherapy has successfully confirmed the medicinal uses of the tea for hay fever and sinus infections as well.” Witchcraft Medicine.
"There is nothing so absurd, as I view it, than that conventional association of the homely and the wholesome which seems to pervade the psychology of the multitude." The Vault - H.P. Lovecraft.