Bizarre = Offset

I like old books more than the new ones.

Days Passed in Calculating Time Which Was Inexistent

My wall clock broke down and I am now checking time on my PC or phone. But the thing is that nothing beats wall clock in keeping me busy planning my day and tasks I must pursue. It’s not that the day is shorter or so, but there is such recklessness as the data—time passed/left—is not readily available and the approach has to be begin doing a thing and do it until you feel tired; fall asleep and wake up whenever and I cannot even tell myself that I have slept enough basing upon the hours… it’s so much in my hands now that I feel i had been rushing to nowhere! This control from over the “routine” imagined has been removed.

I don’t even know whether I should put a new battery in the clock… do I need it even? And how could I let it control me?

“That empathy you claim is a lie, because all you are is society’s morality police whose duty is to erase my obscenity from the surface of the earth, so that the bourgeoisie won’t feel sick. I’m not like you. I am a nymphomaniac, and I love myself for being one, but above all, I love my cunt and my filthy, dirty lust.”

– Joe (Nymphomaniac Vol. II)

“For every hundred crimes committed in the name of love,only one is committed in the name of sex.”

Nymphomaniac vol. I (via deyush)

… Letting It Out

I love the sound of your voice. I am not asking for much, just for you to be here, in front of me. You may not want to talk to me or want to be alone maybe… that is okay with me though, I wouldn’t bother you. I just am wishing for you to be here. But I guess this time you are the friend who needs to be alone… like I have always wanted to.

I just wish that I could feel you close to me.

I should wait.

How do you smell? »

“The smoking gun would be electrons being transferred,” says Luca. But this is a very difficult task to prove and scientists studying smells are quite niche. “The field of smell is very peculiar, it’s intellectually interesting but medically irrelevant. There are no interesting diseases of smell, and it’s a very small field,” he says.

“Hope is the only thing stronger than fear.”

– Suzanne Collins