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amandaonwriting:

Nine Wonderful Words About Words

Denominalisation…a sesquipedalian’s word for “verbing.”

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beinggigantic:

beinggigantic:

beinggigantic:

did u guys see the deer with the ribbon

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this one did u see it

did u see this

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takshiyamamoto:

Watching Hannibal is like watching everyone in the show drive their own car that’s going 10 mph, so they have plenty of time to avoid collision and turn away, but instead they all end up running into each other and it’s a huge pile up and no one knows who to blame for this huge car crash and Hannibal is sitting on the sidewalk in a lawn chair drinking red wine and smirking to himself.

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slackerlackermotivation:

needs to be put up in every school 

slackerlackermotivation:

needs to be put up in every school 

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ncbnutcase:

I don’t even know.

ncbnutcase:

I don’t even know.

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professorfangirl:

HELP BRING THE LESBIAN ROMEO AND JULIET TO DVD.
West Philadelphia’s Curio Theater began its 2013-14 season with William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Since the season was oriented on issues of gender, many of the roles in the play were switched from men to women.
Juliet’s only parent was her mother, Lady Capulet. Tybalt was a very different kind of character. And the play was now about a lesbian romance between Juliet and a woman named Romeo.
But there was controversy. Philadelphia magazine’s online article about the production attracted over 1200 responses. People around the country objected to the production’s gay content. They objected to the play being staged in a Methodist church. Some of them objected to doing Shakespeare in modern dress. And there were threats of violence made against Curio Theatre.
Their Kickstarter is less than a thousand dollars from its goal—please help!

professorfangirl:

HELP BRING THE LESBIAN ROMEO AND JULIET TO DVD.

West Philadelphia’s Curio Theater began its 2013-14 season with William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Since the season was oriented on issues of gender, many of the roles in the play were switched from men to women.

Juliet’s only parent was her mother, Lady Capulet. Tybalt was a very different kind of character. And the play was now about a lesbian romance between Juliet and a woman named Romeo.

But there was controversy. Philadelphia magazine’s online article about the production attracted over 1200 responses. People around the country objected to the production’s gay content. They objected to the play being staged in a Methodist church. Some of them objected to doing Shakespeare in modern dress. And there were threats of violence made against Curio Theatre.

Their Kickstarter is less than a thousand dollars from its goal—please help!

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belindapendragon:

sebsational:

Already a rough week, so I am going to just watch this dog doing yoga with this hot Italian dude for the rest of my life.

BRAVO PANCHINO

This video just made my night…

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incognitomoustache:

I might be in love with this comic

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memeguy-com:

Spring Never forget

memeguy-com:

Spring Never forget

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sadhuman:

golden retriever festival in scotland

sadhuman:

golden retriever festival in scotland

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