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james X
an exclusive club of stick n pokes and bikes

theartofanimation:

Simon Kopp

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bonegrammaticality:

NO LISTEN, SERIOUSLY GUYS

  1. What you call “correct grammar” is a social construct which is useful to know specifically because people will equate it with your level of education when you are trying to, say, apply for jobs, or get a book published, or the like. It is otherwise mainly a tool to divide people with a certain level of education from people without.
  2. What you call “incorrect grammar” is colloquial language, it is the native English learned by that speaker during childhood, and it follows complex rules of its own. NO NATIVE SPEAKER OF ENGLISH SPEAKS BAD OR STUPID ENGLISH. THAT’S NOT HOW LANGUAGE WORKS.
  3. THEREFORE, when you call people on “incorrect grammar,” the effect is often that of drawing attention to speech patterns that are perceived as signifiers of a person’s social background or education level. It is particularly important to keep this in mind when you are addressing a person’s language when they are in a space where they feel more comfortable or safe, and thus might want to use their native grammar rather than the socially imposed standard. 

I’m pretty sure that most of you don’t intentionally do that sort of thing, so you should probably be aware that that’s what you’re doing.

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Kate ordered me a pizza.

true love.

#my very own anime body pillow
lew-cifer:

I want my life to be like this.

lew-cifer:

I want my life to be like this.

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last night Kate and I friendzoned each other.

#we're such nice people tho

inaworldofghosts:

ruffasnailz Joel Paramore

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♬ 201 plays
#tunes #joel is so good
synonyn0nym:

I would study for my midterm but I’m too busy being not like other girls

synonyn0nym:

I would study for my midterm but I’m too busy being not like other girls

#my very own anime body pillow
theperplexedobserver:

Sounds Like Humanism: American Humanist Association
“First and foremost, church and state are supposed to be completely separated when it comes to the rule of law in the United States. So the religious argument that God meant for only man and woman to be together has no bearing here! America is not Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Mormon, Catholic, or any other religion that is out there. And the pantheon of gods can attest that there are hundreds of them. W are a secular capitalistic democracy. That’s it. “
— Brendon Ayanbadejo, Linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

theperplexedobserver:

Sounds Like Humanism: American Humanist Association

“First and foremost, church and state are supposed to be completely separated when it comes to the rule of law in the United States. So the religious argument that God meant for only man and woman to be together has no bearing here! America is not Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Mormon, Catholic, or any other religion that is out there. And the pantheon of gods can attest that there are hundreds of them. W are a secular capitalistic democracy. That’s it. “

— Brendon Ayanbadejo, Linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

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synonyn0nym:

I imagine driving the 135 miles almost every night

doing a college paper haha oh boy!

doing a college paper haha oh boy!

#me
240posse:

Source: http://fixedgeargirltaiwan.blogspot.com
Photo by: John Prolly 

240posse:

Source: http://fixedgeargirltaiwan.blogspot.com

Photo by: John Prolly 

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bicycleculture:

I blogged the whole series back in April, but thought I’d put these out there again in hopes that they’ll help somebody stay safe. 

thinking about voting.

not really into it.

very pressured.


/avant
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