misérable.


that's the end of innocence.

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He who writes the history of languages chronicles humankind. A book like that, however, can present such a dry image of the exciting history of the lives and deaths of languages, just as a textbook on oceanography can fail to capture the mysterious world of the sea, or a cookbook the orgy of flavors within recipes.
— Kató Lomb, Polyglot.
college: what are you good at?
me: procrastination