“I think most people’s imaginations don’t have limits. Imaginations get limits forced on them. You know, it’s really interesting, with kids. Kids just imagine stuff. They make stuff up. They think up stuff. They daydream. As we get older, we stop daydreaming. As we get older, we stop letting our mind wander, and it’s when your mind goes wandering that it comes home with really interesting things that it found on the way. I think what’s most important is just remembering the value of imagining. The knowledge that, if you look around, everything you see was imagined at some time, by somebody.”—Neil Gaiman, in an interview with Cosmopolitan Philippines (via vivatregina) (via neilgaiman)
penis is a living thing and it had to crawl around to fuck just to make them feel better, when they dont use their brain. beer is their second best, because without it, their penis isnt working and their confidence will go low. other than that, their general interest to attract a mate is to have a special talent such as dancing like a peacock, that works with their cock jokes.
“He imagined he could see the very faces of the stars; pale, they were, and smiling gently, as if they had spent so much time above the world, watching the scrambling and the joy and the pain of the people below them, that they could not help being amused every time another little human believed itself the centre of its world, as each of us does.”—Stardust, Neil Gaiman (via neilgaiman)
“We all have so many functions, so many ways of existing. In my own vision of myself, I am a scholar who lives quietly, and pens his little tales, and dreams about a past that may or may not ever have existed.”—American Gods, Neil Gaiman (via stopaheartfrombreaking) (via threeneilsaday) (via neilgaiman)