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    If life were fair, anyone who managed to survive the apocalypse would be given a fuzzy blanket, some tea, and a nice bed to hide under and weep.

    Life is not fair, obviously, and there's no actual end to the end of the world. Instead, there's grief and pain and mud and death, there are minor miracles, and there's the love that gets you out of bed in the morning, despite everything. Life goes on.

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    13 Aug 2019

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    OH MY GOOOODDD

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    “Whose wedding?” he asked, and only stopped assessing the room when Eliot failed to answer. “El, who’s getting married?”

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    02 Mar 2019

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    YEAUH

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    It was absurd how much Eliot meant it— you’re cute—so cute Eliot wanted to swallow him whole.

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    02 Mar 2019

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    yeauh

  4. Public Bookmark 24

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    We kindle and char and inflame and ignite.

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    They follow the needle that doesn’t point north to an island that cannot be found, to a great stone chest piled high with treasure they don’t need to kill anyone for, and for a while they’re all incredibly fucking happy about it.

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    16 Aug 2018

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    “Who is he?”

    “Jack Sparrow,” the man tries, but frowns as he says it.

    “Same story, different versions,” the witch says, patting the man’s arm. As she does it, the man flinches, and Jack realizes he is missing a leg. He can’t understand how he missed it before. “He’s my creature. Or he could be.”

    The man is still frowning. “I’m the water,” he says, like he’s only now remembered it. “I’m just the water.”

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    How not to be a man, and other life lessons from Jack Rackham, quartermaster.

    (or: the origins of Jack + Anne + Vane.)

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    11 Aug 2018

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    strangely tender, very very good

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