Spiffingly Good Books

According to Choncey Boddington

little-nerdasaurus:

The University Challenge


by Tom Gauld
noseinabook:

(by Skottie Young)

reubenmartens asked: I think I just fell a little bit in love with you, seeing that last video...

Personally, speaking from my experience of myself, I’d advise against such emotions, you can do much better! (:

ifgoldrusts-deactivated20130922 asked: You probably get this way too often but how do you manage your time to ready so many books?

At the moment I’m on summer holiday so I obviously have TONS of time being unemployed (which I half love half hate because I wish I were employed!) But when I’m at Uni I tend to read whilst eating and commuting, otherwise I wouldn’t have the time. (:

Heart of England Books

booksdirect:

"Reading Positions."

booksdirect:

"Reading Positions."

(Source: blog.warbyparker.com, via shereadeverything)

the-absolute-best-posts:

helloyoucreatives:

You are never alone with a good book. This charming campaign is from Grey Tel Aviv. Via Taxi 

(via the-book-of-life)

hnnhmcgrth:

Ernest Hemingway, center, photographed for the Oak Park High School football team, November 1915

hnnhmcgrth:

Ernest Hemingway, center, photographed for the Oak Park High School football team, November 1915

(Source: jefcostellos, via congratsonbeinglovely)

Beaux Livres (by Choncey Boddington)

Endless list of things that should have been in the movies

↳ Order of the Phoenix, p 275

“Have a biscuit,” she repeated impatiently, indicating the tartan tin lying on top of one of the piles of papers on her desk, “and sit down.”

(via superbator)

fairlyunlikely:

Good guy Voldemort :D:D

fairlyunlikely:

Good guy Voldemort :D:D

(via superbator)

theparisreview:

“If it could only be like this always—always summer, always alone, the fruit always ripe and Aloysius in a good temper …”
The real toy behind Sebastian Flyte’s Aloysius in Brideshead Revisited.

theparisreview:

“If it could only be like this always—always summer, always alone, the fruit always ripe and Aloysius in a good temper …”

The real toy behind Sebastian Flyte’s Aloysius in Brideshead Revisited.

(via daydreamdelusion)