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(adjective) In the list of one of the most 100 beautiful words in the English language, ineffable’s beauty lies in its flowing sound and meaning. Ineffable describes the sentiment of being unable to express something in words because it is too extreme to communicate; words cannot possibly do justice at this particular moment.  (via wordsnquotes)
those subjects sound soooo great! I've actually discovered heaps of music and among my faves are Turnover, Everyone Everywhere, Empire! Empire! I Was A Lonely Estate and Pedro The Lion. I also got to see Toy Boats, Basement, Pity Sex and Post Blue when they came through Bris- so fucking stoked! I'm super happy in general, everything is moving so fast I barely notice, but when I stop and think I realise I'm doing good things. Tell me your fondest new memory/can you recommend me a groovy book?

ahh okay i’ll definitely check all of them out!! i saw toy boats when they came to perth last year as support for yellowcard and they were so damn good (and so is their debut album)!! well i went to the amity affliction show on friday - it was at this amphitheater and pouring down with rain so it was fucking freezing but despite it everyone was still so into it and the mosh was crazy awesome. all in all it was pretty rad. um i haven’t been reading a lot lately (which sucks) but the last good book i read was white oleander by janet fitch (it was v intense). have you got any plans for this week? right now, what’s your favourite thing about the world/being alive?

Foreign Everywhere I've Been
Toy Boats
The last few months have been crazy, I feel like so much has changed... I've made new friends (with memories to match), experienced a short and educational relationship and just learnt about so much life stuff. I don't really have much to show for it, but I feel like I'm older and more qualified to cope with/understand the human experience. What Uni subjects are you doing this semester? Do you like them? Have you been on any holidays lately?

it sounds like these past months have been good for you and that you’ve learnt/experienced/grown a lot!! i think a lot of the time when u feel like you’ve grown up (in a sense) u expect to see the change physically but most of the time it’s always emotionally/mentally, you know?  i’m doing writing for performance, experimental writing, pop fiction and the social, consumers and audiences this sem, and surprisingly i love all of them mostly bc it’s full of cool and creative people. no holidays lately but my friends and i have been planning to take lil trips here and there in between uni/work and such. have you discovered any new songs/bands/artists lately that you love? are you happy where you are right now?