KHAZÂD AIMÊNU!

Student, Irish (and student of Irish), musician (pianist, cellist, singer, musicologist), language enthusiast, amateur naturalist and historian, chronic fan, interested in most things. See the About Me page for more!


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Personal statement-writing is awful. Everything is awful.
*drinks more tea*

penguintim:

bitchjerked:

do you ever get mad because there’s so much wasted potential in characters and relationships and plotlines in some shows

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thewoodquarter:

The Air Corps have uploaded these bloody amazing shots of Dublin to their Facebook page. 

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One year, I taught this (Sociological theory) class and only used female writers. The journals were written by women, the textbook was written by females. Do you know what kind of responses I got on my student evaluations that year? {…} That I was biased, that I was only looking from one point of view… that I was basically a man eater. That’s the kind of things I’d get from the students… The semester before, I used only male writers. Do you think I got any kind of feedback like that then?

"Not a single word."

Dr Rebecca Erikson, my professor, in her introduction of epistemology and challenging the main narrative

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madlori:

This guy.

I’m calling it now.

I see great things ahead for this guy.

#acting.

I cannot stop reblogging this.

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What a fucking nerd

Me talking about someone I love (via guy)

gerardmcc96

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kazul9:

Okay, so there seems to be an abundance of DWJ fans that haven’t read/ it’s been awhile since they’ve read/would like to re-read the Chrestomanci books. So I say we do a Tumblr book club for this. :D

Starting the 1st of May, we start the first book, then take two weeks to read and…

phiasmir:

royeah:

It’s real!

I’m okay with this.

THIS WAS IN DUN LAOGHAIRE

phiasmir:

royeah:

It’s real!

I’m okay with this.

THIS WAS IN DUN LAOGHAIRE

peashooter85:

50 Shades of Pope,

The most popular book of the 15th century was an erotic romance novel called The Tale of Two Lovers, written by Aeneas Slyvius Piccolomini in 1444.  In 1458 Piccolomini was elected to the Papacy, becoming Pope Pius II.