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maptitude1:

Australian rail transit, as of August 2014.

maptitude1:

Australian rail transit, as of August 2014.

nyctaeus:

Jana Sterbak, ‘Sisyphus Sport’, 1997

nyctaeus:

Jana Sterbak, ‘Sisyphus Sport’, 1997

mapsontheweb:

Prevalence of “um” vs. “uh” in the United States

mapsontheweb:

Prevalence of “um” vs. “uh” in the United States

(Source: qz.com)

Romeo can’t really be blamed for Ophelia’s death.

Senior English major on a Shakespeare final. 

WELL THEY’RE NOT WRONG

(via loversturnintomonsters)

If you think about it, though, that’s a really useful phrase to throw blame off of someone. So if someone accuses you of something and you say this, you’re basically saying ‘not only was I not involved in the act, but we’re talking a completely different play set in a completely different country. Wasn’t me, dude.’

(via cannibalcoalition)

(Source: cherries-jubilee)

amateurlanguager:

speutschlish:

ultralinguisticsnerd:

polyglotproblems:

Like saying “make attention” instead of “pay attention” or “more big” instead of “bigger”…
[submitted by helpimtrappedontheinternet] 

I’ve started to say is it that at the start of questions even in English

*sadface* I phrase sentences like this way too much: “I don’t know what is the problem”, “He didn’t tell me where is the venue”

I keep misconjugating the simple past tense. Pretty sure I said ‘clumb’ the other day instead of ‘climbed.’

amateurlanguager:

speutschlish:

ultralinguisticsnerd:

polyglotproblems:

Like saying “make attention” instead of “pay attention” or “more big” instead of “bigger”…

[submitted by helpimtrappedontheinternet

I’ve started to say is it that at the start of questions even in English

*sadface* I phrase sentences like this way too much: “I don’t know what is the problem”, “He didn’t tell me where is the venue”

I keep misconjugating the simple past tense. Pretty sure I said ‘clumb’ the other day instead of ‘climbed.’

Where do you think kitty cats go when the leave this world?

Life in the murder mitten.

Life in the murder mitten.

smegma storm

nicklugo:

Spanish is a beautiful language. You don’t say “I love you” in Spanish, you say “yo quiero comer culo” which translates to “you are the light of my life” which I think is one of the most beautiful things to say to someone

Am I the only one reblogging this who can read spanish? Or do I have huevos on my face?

n64thstreet:

SCAN TIME: Nintendo Power’s Earthbound 64 preview from roughly 3 years before its eventual cancellation.

n64thstreet:

SCAN TIME: Nintendo Power’s Earthbound 64 preview from roughly 3 years before its eventual cancellation.