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I’ve never been to a festival. I’m a creature of habit, mashed-potato comfort, I like rugs. Our sofa’s squishy. Maybe too squishy - it’s hard to get up sometimes.- Martin Freeman

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so shut your eyes,kiss me goodbye
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Benedict Cumberbatch and Louise Brealey being adorable with each other before leaving the stage.(x)

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  • Hello All,
  • Here is a recount of my first day of actual classes, I will be sharing my experiences of the Globe as well as Scotland tomorrow.
  • As I walked through the doors of the British Museum I am amazed by the mass amounts of ancient architecture displayed all over the walls and ceilings. The ancient, classic feeling that this location exudes is a fantastic air of power and strength; it’s no wonder this place is so exceptionally well kept. Apparently the British Museum was originally a house, although it has been rebuilt since then I suspect that the gentleman who owned this house was completely minted and of a class all his own. As I walked through the Egyptian exhibit I find the separations of the classes and the different cultures of them easily recognized, yet when I was walking through the streets of London I could not see much difference in the classes of the people themselves. With the exception of the full royal family I have only managed to tell that there are different accents that can display where one is from, which to a native would probably be an immediate indicator of class. Still, there are so many different accents because this place has become such a melting pot of cultures and people there is painfully little difference someone such as I can distinguish to tell if they are even originally from here. Since I am unable to easily see the separations within the people I shall stick to the buildings for now. I enjoy the architecture of the city and on its own it shows the separations of classes through the intricate details on one side of town opposed to the old, but not nearly as delicately designed buildings in some parts of the West End. "Beauty cannot keep her lustrous eyes..." although it is out of context I feel there is little that I can do but have it come to mind as I view the beauty of this city. I suppose may never be able to look at the people in this city and know they came from higher classes as simply as I can tell their hair color. Still there is so much to see, I may be able to tell one day yet.
  • Thank you all for reading,
  • Jordan
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you-can-call-me-carl:

How come a girl can wear guys clothes and look cute or wear a suit and look hot, but when a guy wears a dress or a skirt it’s weird?

because our society thinks it’s degrading to be feminine

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