Literature Meme ||| {14/?} prose
O N E  F L E W  O V E R  T H E  C U C K O O ' S  N E S T ●
              by Ken Kesey

In this classic of the 1960s, Ken Kesey’s hero is Randle Patrick McMurphy, a boisterous, brawling, fun-loving rebel who swaggers into the world of a mental hospital and takes over. A lusty, life-affirming fighter, McMurphy rallies the other patients around him by challenging the dictatorship of Nurse Ratched. He promotes gambling in the ward, smuggles in wine and women, and openly defies the rules at every turn. But this defiance, which starts as a sport, soon develops into a grim struggle, an all-out war between two relentless oppnonents: Nurse Ratched, back by the full power of authority, and McMurphy, who has only his own indomitable will. What happens when Nurse Ratched uses her ultimate weapon against McMurphy provides the story’s shocking climax.

 down in the valley the famine goes on, the famine up on the hill

i say you shouldn’t, you couldn’t, you can’t

you say that you must and you will

(DIFFERENT SIDES; Leonard Cohen) 

“We are in such a wonderful age where fans now have a face thanks to social media, and they have rallied around Hannibal with a Fannibal circle of protection, and love, and light…So grateful for them supporting the cannibal in every way that they do.”

Bryan Fuller on the EWwy win.

I’m not crying, I just have some fish jello in my eye…

(via revnickie)

Michael Pitt for Rag & Bone Fall 14 Campaign photographed by Glen Luchford.

Whenever feasible, one should eat the rude.

Whenever feasible, one should eat the rude.


i’m putting my degree to good use

Margot Verger + red


Oh hey, forgot I did this… or started doing it, at least.


Oh hey, forgot I did this… or started doing it, at least.

color memehannibal + pastel colors (requested by anon)