due to a surplus of ego
I listen to music, I watch movies/tv shows and I read.

Third Dystopia by Youth Lagoon


This is what you do, you take Rust Cohle from True Detective and Daniel Holden from Rectify, put them in the same room. Watch those thousand yard stares and southern accents spouting poetic language battle. It’d be the event of the year.

(via quantumimmorality)


You know the good years when you’re in them? Or do you just wait for them until you get ass cancer and realize that the good years came and went? Because there’s a feeling that — you might notice it sometime — that this feeling that life has slipped through your fingers. Like the future is behind you. Like it’s always been behind you.

You know, I cleaned up, but maybe I didn’t change. Not the way I needed to.

" — Marty Hart (True Detective)

(via pizzolattoes)

10:04"Loneliness does not come from having no people around you, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to you." — Carl Jung  (via perpetualtoska)

(Source: theunquotables, via perpetualtoska)


The Angry River by The Hat
22:08"There are so many fragile things, after all. People break so easily, and so do dreams and hearts." —  Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things (via psych-facts)

(via lalamadeleine)

21:59 bucylish:

River Phoenix and Joaquin Phoenix.
13:41"The King In Yellow is in there because it’s a story about a story, one that drives people to madness. Everything in True Detective is composed of questionable narratives, inner and outer, from Cohle’s view that identity is just a story we tell ourselves, to the stories about manhood that Hart tells about himself, to the not always truthful story they tell the detectives investigating them. So it made sense – to me, at least — to allude to an external narrative that that is supposed to create insanity, or as I prefer, deranged enlightenment. When I did that, a kind of secondary language began to form in the scripts, where the notion of cosmic horror became a very real part of the environment, at least for those who know Chambers’ work." — Nic Pizzolatto talking about The King in Yellow and True Detective. (via fyeahtruedetective)

(Source: wildlinging, via fyeahtruedetective)