thisgingersnapsback: arainbowkibbit replied to your post: What’s the first book you remember reading that moved you in some way? “Out of his puniness and fear, he challenged and menaced the whole wide world.” I already like you lots and lots, but you just went waaay up on the cool factor. I need to re-read that book. God. I loved it. This is my favourite Jack London quote: “I would rather...
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it’s a rule of life.
quickienewyork: ninasemen: i came, and came, and came. when it was over he collapsed beside me, held up an arm, inviting me into the nook. i nuzzled into him, feeling his sweat and stubble against my face, then his lips against my forehead. it stood out to me, these were things that happened between couples. we were not a couple, guys just don’t put you in their nook and kiss your forehead...