— F. Scott Fitzgerald (via bitchortotallybitchin)
— Julian Barnes (via writingquotes)
Karen Marie Moning, Shadowfever
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(noun) This French, untranslatable phrase is the most relatable occurrence in human nature. Has anybody ever caught you laughing by yourself? Most likely they have and thought you were a little strange! This word describes this exact moment, to laugh at oneself quietly while remembering or retelling a past event in your mind. If you ask us, it is quite satisfying to know there is a word for this most delightful instance.
- literally: to laugh in your beard.
— Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz, Bowery Women: Poems (via poetrist)
— stephen King, Different Seasons (via kushandwizdom)
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