- "A dandy was the Black Prince of Elegance, the demigod of boredom who looked at the world with an eye as glassy as his pince-nez, suffering because his disarranged cravat had a crease, like the ancient Sybarite who suffered because his rose was crushed. He is indifferent about the horse he rides, the woman he greats, and the man he encounters and at whom he gazes a while before recognizing him. He bears, written on his forehead -in English- this insolent incription: What do you and I have in common?"
- charles baudelaire
Also, it’s unfair that you spent only a season in hell, while to write a thesis on your one season I have spent the end of summer, fall, winter and spring in hell.
Know what’s hilarious? Rimbaud said that his future/fate depended on A Season in Hell. And so do my future and fate! Hahahhahahahahaha. Oh Arthur, we have so much in common you and I.
(Appropriately, I found that quote in an article about insanity and delirium in a Season in Hell. Thesis is driving me mad, a breakdown is imminent. It probbaly already happened…)
than you and I. Some people
do not even touch.