I think it wise to confront both the play and the prince [Hamlet] with awe and wonder, because they both know more than we do. I have been willing to call such a stance Bardolatry, which seems to me only another name for authentic response to Shakespeare.
|Anonymous: YOU LOOK REALLY CUTE AS ROBIN|
I see all these “ivy league style” blogs and magazine spreads and I’m just like…if only
@euphues said: What are you studying?
Renaissance/Early Modern Lit (mainly Shakespeare, Marlowe and Spenser), though I’m slowly sliding backwards into Medieval lit and hoping my advisers don’t notice
I still don’t have cutlery or plates or a microwave in this apartment but I do have a jar of peanut butter (which I am currently eating with the bottom-end of my tooth brush)
hotels can’t be boring to me
they’re just fun
even if i’m sitting in the room watching tv or riding the elevator or sleeping it’s just fun for some reason like they’re average every day things but in a hotel everything is way more amusing and interesting and just simply being in a hotel is fun to me and i don’t understand