• Copy Image
    Erin O'Riordan quote. So across the chaos, the Devil looks at God and falls deeply in love with Her. She looks at Him, and the same thing happens. They get married and have some children—first light, then the dry land, and all the trees, and so on and so forth. Last of all, She gives birth to Adam and Eve. They worship their mother, but not their father. He gets jealous. God and the Devil fight. They agree to split up. She gets to keep heaven, and He has to move in to hell. Then she talks bad about Him to their children, makes them hate Him

    So across the chaos, the Devil looks at God and falls deeply in love with Her. She looks at Him, and the same thing happens. They get married and have some children—first light, then the dry land, and all the trees, and so on and so forth. Last of all, She gives birth to Adam and Eve. They worship their mother, but not their father. He gets jealous. God and the Devil fight. They agree to split up. She gets to keep heaven, and He has to move in to hell. Then she talks bad about Him to their children, makes them hate Him

    Erin O'Riordan
    Moms Typewriter
    A
    A
    wordporn: So across the chaos, the Devil looks at God and falls deeply in love with Her. She looks... - Erin Oapos;Riordan
  • Copy Image
    Erin O'Riordan quote. One of the privileges of being an athlete is that on days when I have practice and games, I’m present whether I’m present or not. It’s not fair, but that’s the system. What can I do about it?

    One of the privileges of being an athlete is that on days when I have practice and games, I’m present whether I’m present or not. It’s not fair, but that’s the system. What can I do about it?

    Erin O'Riordan
    Moms Typewriter
    A
    A
    wordporn: One of the privileges of being an athlete is that on days when I have practice and games, Im present whether Im present or not. Its not fair, but thats the system. What can I do about it - Erin Oapos;Riordan
  • Copy Image
    Erin O'Riordan quote. The sun, the moon, the ocean– these were all the children of Ouranos and Gaia. They had hundreds more, and they were the grandparents of the gods and of human beings. Ouranos didn’t make any of this out of nothing, and neither did God. There had to be a wife

    The sun, the moon, the ocean– these were all the children of Ouranos and Gaia. They had hundreds more, and they were the grandparents of the gods and of human beings. Ouranos didn’t make any of this out of nothing, and neither did God. There had to be a wife

    Erin O'Riordan
    Moms Typewriter
    A
    A
    wordporn: The sun, the moon, the ocean these were all the children of Ouranos and Gaia. They had hundreds more, and they were the grandpar... - Erin Oapos;Riordan
loader
Post as Image: