dannyqhantom:

Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich 
dannyqhantom:

Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich 
dannyqhantom:

Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich 
dannyqhantom:

Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich 
dannyqhantom:

Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich 

dannyqhantom:

Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich 

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“Without any apparent regard to the suchness of her environment, she sat down. She brought her knees together very firmly, as if to make herself a smaller, more compact unit. Then she placed her hands, vertically, over her eyes and pressed the heels hard, as though to paralyze the optic nerve and drown all images into a voidlike black. Her extended fingers, though trembling, or because they were trembling, looked oddly graceful and pretty. She held that tense, almost fetal position for a suspensory moment—then broke down. She cried for fully five minutes. She cried without trying to suppress any of the noisier manifestations of grief and confusion, with all the convulsive throat sounds that a hysterical child makes when the breath is trying to get up through a partly closed epiglottis. And yet, when finally she stopped, she merely stopped, without the painful, knifelike intakes of breath that usually follow a violent outburst-inburst. When she stopped, it was as though some momentous change of polarity had taken place inside her mind, one that had an immediate, pacifying effect on her body.”
Franny and Zooey, J.D. Salinger

Eli: I wish you’d’ve done this for me when I was a kid.

Richie: But you didn’t have a drug problem then.

Eli: Yeah, but it still would’ve meant a lot to me.

The Royal Tenenbaums

Dorota Sroka - Untitled, 2010

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“And then but no matter what I do it gets worse and worse, it’s there more and more, this filter drops down, and the feeling makes the fear of the feeling way worse, and after a couple weeks it’s there all the time, the feeling, and I’m totally inside it, I’m in it and everything has to pass through it to get in, and I don’t want to smoke any Bob, and I don’t want to work, or go out, or read, or watch TP, or go out, or stay in, or either do anything or not do anything, I don’t want anything except for the feeling to go away. But it doesn’t. Part of the feeling is being like willing to do anything to make it go away. Understand that. Anything. Do you understand? It’s not wanting to hurt myself it’s wanting to not hurt.”
— David Foster Wallace - Infinite Jest (via kings-of-medicine)