like a bee among the flowers

So I just got distracted from my essay and went on another Latin rant in the footnotes. The bitches that wrote the ‘Malleus Maleficarum' need a bloody Latin dictionary. Cicero's idea of Maleficium would not equal sorcery, but a general evil deed or wrongdoing you misogynistic muppets.

I seem to be writing the strangest essay. Not only did I just dedicate an entire paragraph in the footnotes explaining why the Latin title of an Early Modern Witchcraft treatise is misogynistic, but I have also found some eloquent quotes regarding Witchcraft from the one, the only, Sir Walter Scott!

The past is always tense, the future perfect.
Zadie Smith (via observando)
I still catch myself feeling blue about things that don’t matter anymore.
Kurt Vonnegut (via likeloveadore)

jodiesparkes:

Pretty much sorted. Hello new room.

Your bed is so tiny! (This is mine by the way…)

litographs:

When we try to read more than one book at a time…

litographs:

When we try to read more than one book at a time…