if you like portlandia, 30 rock, the office pls like this so i can follow immediately 

January  20   ( 27 )

i just want to go to the library and watch portlandia while i do online work

There is an idea of a Patrick Bateman; some kind of abstraction. But there is no real me: only an entity, something illusory. And though I can hide my cold gaze, and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours and maybe you can even sense our lifestyles are probably comparable… I simply am not there.


Literature Meme || {8/10} Prose
A M E R I C A N  P S Y C H O ●
           by Bret Easton Ellis

American Psycho is the story of Patrick Bateman, a rich, arrogant, twenty-something yuppie in 1980’s New York, who also happens to be an insane serial killer. He is the quintessential citizen of consumer society who consumes the victims of his insanity, all with the same disengaged obsession he uses in choosing outfits. There is no real plot, no consistent time line, rather it is told as a series of events from Bateman’s point of view. Furthermore there is no real character development; Bateman does not seem to see his “friends” or acquaintances as people, instead he observes them as objects. He does not describe those he comes across by their physical characteristics or their personalities, but rather by what they are wearing and who designed it. At times these descriptions can get downright tedious, but that is the way Bateman perceives everything… as blatantly boring. His only concerns seem to be his appearance, women (hard bodies) and the murderous things he wants to do to them, how much items cost, the videotape rentals he has to return, and what was on the Patty Winters Show that morning. 

American Psycho (2000) → “This confession has meant nothing.”


hello everyone 

January  19   ( 1 )

spoiler alert: the robot falls in love