It’s the quality of so much sorrow held at the brink that attracted me to "BoJack Horseman." It’s brilliant, at once both witty and belly-laugh silly, and often capable of being shockingly real.
At a 1949 science-fiction lecture, the prolific pulp writer Lafayette Ronald Hubbard—L. Ron, for short—opined that, “Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion.
On my second day on the island, I was met with the extravagance of peacocks in my cousin Elisabeth’s kitchen.
The beauty of raving comes from the duality of individualism and community, the mysterious overlap of the two.
There was a time when our relationship with our world felt more harmonious. Our parents flourished in those days.
Kissy compares living for comedy to living for social media. Thinking too much about how you present your identity can rob you of a true sense of self.
Some people say that you can make a house in your mind and place certain memories in each room. For me, it’s geometric. Things are generally organized, but there is some mess. It’s like going to the attic.
In recounting the details of my father’s life, I discovered something simple: Through a lifetime of ceaseless work and an unmistakable belief in family, Mike has made it possible to focus on the things that make him happy.
Lane looked up from his book in the direction of Molly. He squinted his eyes with confusion and a slight irritation at her laughter.
there was a little rat who dressed up in little/ outfits and went outside to perform his little tasks like/ going to rat school and nibbling and marching up logs