theparisreview:

“Marie d’Agoult (1805-1876) wrote novels as Daniel Stern. On her tomb, a small head of Goethe, one of her lovers, hovers in the background with a worried expression. Her best-known liaison, however, was with Franz Liszt. One of their three children, Cosima, married composer Richard Wagner.” From Judi Culbertson and Tom Randall’s feature “Permanent Parisians.”

Be it known that I want the heads of past lovers looking worried carved into my tomb. 

theparisreview:

“Marie d’Agoult (1805-1876) wrote novels as Daniel Stern. On her tomb, a small head of Goethe, one of her lovers, hovers in the background with a worried expression. Her best-known liaison, however, was with Franz Liszt. One of their three children, Cosima, married composer Richard Wagner.” From Judi Culbertson and Tom Randall’s feature “Permanent Parisians.”

Be it known that I want the heads of past lovers looking worried carved into my tomb. 

When people say ‘This is my baby,’ they don’t always mean a baby. Sometimes they mean a dog.
A Somali student, on what has surprised her most about the United States. (via tastefullyoffensive)

(via tastefullyoffensive)

beatonna:

when you are going to be an aunt, the babies are everywhere and they are real 

beatonna:

when you are going to be an aunt, the babies are everywhere and they are real 

neptunain:

to catch a bus you have to think like a bus

(via the-average-gatsby)

Twice The Work, Half The Attention

mallelis:

Vanity Fair released a shitty list of almost exclusively white men who are currently disrupting media today. I made a better list

mallelis:

babe what is itwhat’s wrongnothingare there not enough leopard skinsi meanif you call just two enough
Unsatisfied Women In Western Art History

mallelis:

babe what is it
what’s wrong
nothing
are there not enough leopard skins
i mean
if you call just two enough

Unsatisfied Women In Western Art History

I can handle contrast in looks.

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