When I was young I used t…

When I was young I used to think that money was the most important thing in life. Now that I am old, I know it is.
Oscar Wilde

When someone rings up to say that you have finally got a house, there is a mixture of happiness and misery. The happiness comes from the fact I can finally move out on my own, and the misery comes from the lack of money I will surely have to live with from now on. And Oscar Wilde, despite the cliche use of his quotes consistently across pages on the Internet, I do love the man now and forever. 

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3 thoughts on “When I was young I used t…

  1. Since I’ve taken this moment out of my evening to troll your blog…. have you read Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest”? Oh, how I love the magical use of words in the dialogues in it. >.<!

    Also, congrats on your new home… I think? 😀

    • I recently bought a collection of his works, so I’m rather into him at the moment.

      Lady Windermere’s Fan is still one of my favourites 🙂

      Why thank you, it does mean that I will be broke for a while. I’m working on getting a second job, and some overtime on my main one to save money. Also, selling things helps xD

      • Ooh, I haven’t actually read that one yet. I have a collection of his works too, just haven’t had time to read it. :3 But sooon……!

        Yes! Save like a madwoman now that you have a roof on top of ye head! I miss you and really wanna go see Nana together finally! >.< Shall be such a glorious day!

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