Pauli effect →
readmorewikipedia: The Pauli effect is a term referring to the apparently mysterious anecdotal failure of technical equipment in the presence of certain people.
Not one in days.
A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.– Henry Brooks Adams (via chickenshit)
frogsandcrowns: louisabluebird:pinpricks: Anyone who knew Violet well could tell she was thinking hard, because her long hair was tied up in a ribbon to keep it out of her eyes. Violet had a real knack for inventing and building strange devices, so her brain was often filled with images of pulleys, levers, and gears, and she never wanted to be distracted by something as trivial as her hair. ...
rhinestones: I hate this lack of motivation. I’m just repeating myself until something “artistic” comes out of me. No matter how hard I try, I fail. Not at everything I do, just at the things I wish I could do. I could tie my shoes, but I couldn’t design them. I could read a book, but I couldn’t write one. Someone could love me, but I couldn’t love them.
shestillkillsthedance: Someone needs to teach me how to buy cute clothes.
I think people most often kill those they love, than those they hate. Possibly...– The Crooked House, Agatha Christie (via alessthanmasterpiece) (via jmek)