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We know a lot of things about a lot of things here at MoMA Library. But sometimes, materials escape even our vast knowledge:) Like this little scrap of paper found recently in our ephemera backlog. It quietly asks, “Come Here Often?”. It was addressed to curator Robert Storr in March 1992. Anyone out there in internet land know more? Is it a mail art project, zany invite, etc.? -ds
Hair test for War and Peace, 1956
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“So many people are shut up tight inside themselves like boxes, yet they would open up, unfolding quite wonderfully, if only you were interested in them.”
—Sylvia Plath (via fawun)
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- Always take pictures of the sky when it’s pretty, it probably won’t ever look like that again.
- Wear that skirt you like, even if you’re mom says it’s too short.
- Take off the dark eyeliner and nail polish once in a while, you’ll feel lighter.
- Chop off your hair if you want, it will grow back eventually.
- Count the freckles on your arms and draw lines between them, your skin is like the night sky.
- Sleep under six blankets with the fan on high in the middle of the winter, the sound is soothing.
- Tell that boy to stop touching your thigh, even if it is flattering.
- Say thank you and flash a smile when your sister says that your outfit is ugly.
- Raise your hand when you know the answer, even if the class is all upperclassmen.
- Read that book again, you’ll notice something you didn’t the first time.
- Don’t drink too much caffeine, you’ll get the jitters and bomb your math test.
- Wear pencils behind your ears, it’s convenient.
- Try to talk to people, it won’t kill you.
- When a cute boy tries to cheat off your test, write the wrong answers and change them later.
- It’s ok to feel happy, don’t let other peoples sadness make you feel bad.
advice for sad teenage girls that own too many flannels
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I would take heartache over a headache anyday ((or just when I have a headache someone help))
“I just hope that one day—preferably when we’re both blind drunk—we can talk about it.”
—J.D. Salinger, Franny and Zooey (via fatalisticsoul)
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