Starting from birth, feel vaguely confused and out of place.
Tracey Emin starts her memoir Strangeland with an anecdote from her birth: “At the moment of my birth into this world, I somehow felt a mistake had been made. I couldn’t scream or cry or argue my case. I just lay motionless, wishing I could go back to where I’d come from.”
You know this feeling. You get over it.
chocolatevevo asked: wait i thought college was supposed to be a place where you actually learn and discover yourself or something
yes you learn that the world sucks and you discover alcoholism