Hey there. I'm Erin. I'm 17. This is a blog mainly for Avengers, Sherlock, MyChem, Panic! At The Disco, and whatever other bands I feel like posting. I also enjoy reblogging Harry Potter and Doctor Who. Feel free to stick around if you like it here. I always follow back.
The angel Castiel was much distressed, for he sought the lord God yet knew not where to search.
The Righteous Man perceived this and said in jest “Seek the lord God in the land of New Mexico, for I hear he is on a tortilla”
But, lo, the angel Castiel did not understand this jest and gave consideration to the Righteous Man’s suggestion.
Then he spake and said “Nay, he resides not on any flat-bread” and an awkward silence did fall.
Isn’t it the worst feeling ever if you see someone holding their book like this
Excuse you I can hold my book however the fuck I want to if this entire website is going to be elitist towards people who read the least they can do is accept HOW people read.
Books are wonderful and magical and fantastic and can be a gateway to entirely new processes of thought.
But they are books, and if they are not your book, you have no say in how someone handles them. If they bend it to make it easier to hold? Fine. If they highlight their favorite passages and mark their favorite parts? Great. If they want to throw it across the room because something in the book made them mad? Awesome. If they want to set it on fire and toss it off a bridge? Well, it’s not your book is it?