Albert Camus, The Fall (via portionsofeternity)
Questions: How many blankets are on your bed right now? Do you have a favourite kind of juice? Do you even like juice? What's your favourite time of year? What was the best part of your day today? I hope these are alright :)
how many blankets are on my bed: two comforters but i really only use one.
do i have a favorite kind of juice: i discovered i love strawberry juice.
do i even like juice: i love juice. pretty much all fruit juice. and veggie juices as long as they have like apple in them.
what is my favorite time of year: autumnnnnnnnn. no sweating and no freezing and it’s halloween and leaves and start of the school year which is kinda like a fresh start. and it’s before winter so everyone cherishes hanging out and beautiful days because winter is lonely and cold.
what was the best part of my day today: honestly when gabu told me she bought 12 years a slave and was gonna watch it with her brother i got so pumped because i wanted her to be like this is amazing and devastating but then her and his reactions to watching it made me less pumped. but that moment i knew she was about to watch it was a good moment.
If you recently acquired 6 smallish planters for 8 bucks, what would you grow in them?
FIVE SUCCULENTS AND A VENUS FLY TRAP. one of them would definitely be an aloe plant. i want all the succulents. i don’t know what any of them are called except for aloe vera.
plz ask me thingssssssssssss.
i like answering questionssssssss.
my girlfriend is so fucking beautifullllll.
Future global warming could lead to a significant increase in malaria cases in densely populated regions of Africa and South America unless disease monitoring and control efforts are increased, researchers said Thursday.
In a study of the mosquito-borne disease that infects around 220 million people a year, researchers from Britain and the United States found what they describe as the first hard evidence that malaria creeps to higher elevations during warmer years and back down to lower altitudes when temperatures cool.
This in turn “suggests that with progressive global warming, malaria will creep up the mountains and spread to new high-altitude areas,” said Menno Bouma, an honorary clinical lecturer at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).
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a.r.m.  heaven only knows ft. brother ali
forgot about this song.