1. Men generally regard women as cartoons: Delightful, colorful, unpredictable, and being with them reminds you of how much fun and wonder you knew as a child.
    Men see other men as documentaries: Serious, informative, but essentially dull after a few minutes.
    Women generally regard men as cartoons : Ridiculous, exaggerated, and they run around accomplishing little. But being with them is fast, amusin
    g, and a nice way to waste time.
    Women see other women as documentaries : Educational, sometimes you wish you could go where they’re describing (but not really), typically about exotic creatures you like to look at but wouldn’t want in your life.
    What would you rather watch— POPEYE or a film about the migration habits of otters?
    — Jonathan Carroll (via browndresswithwhitedots)
  2. 00:17 21st Oct 2012

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    Tags: womenmen

    A good woman will tie you down. An evil woman will tie you up.
    — Advice from Man, said with a wink and a grin (via evilsoutherngentleman)
  3. 00:14 28th Sep 2012

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    Tags: womenBunnies

    (Source: emeows)

  4. Poetry is a naked woman, a naked man, and the distance between them.
    — Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Poetry as Insurgent Art (via 4mbivalent)
  5. Back in my day, a feminist was a woman who avoided the kitchen like the plague
    — Gigi Stopper (via stopper-girl)

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  6. Young women should not go alone on dark nights, even in Oxfordshire. But any prowling maniac would have had more than his work cut out if he had accosted Anathema Device. She was a witch, after all. And precisely because she was a witch, and therefore sensible, she put little faith in protective amulets and spells; she saved it all for the foot-long bread knife which she kept in her belt.
    — Good Omens, Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman (via sigewif)
  7. She held herself very straight, like Audrey Hepburn, whom all women idolize and men never think about.
    — Jeffrey Eugenides (via misswallflower)
  8. Give me a man or woman who has read a thousand books and you give me an interesting companion. Give me a man or woman who has read perhaps three and you give me a very dangerous enemy indeed.
    — Anne Rice, The Witching Hour (via spelunkerofgrapefruits)

    (Source: mouthfulofsurprises)

  9. 00:40 22nd Mar 2012

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    Tags: womendancing

  10. 00:20 27th Feb 2012

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    Tags: menwomenMarilyn Monroe

    I don’t mind living in a man’s world, as long as I can be a woman in it.
    — Marilyn Monroe (via misswallflower)