I can barely spell my own screen name.

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agedbeaster:

concupiscence66:

agedbeaster:

nemeton:

agedbeaster:

Make your gorgeous fanfiction even more gorgeous with this simple chart. 
(Although if you’re British, “laying the sod down” sounds pretty funny. It’s grass! It’s an instant lawn. Whatever. You get the point.)

'I lied on the couch' and 'I had lied on the couch just before he arrived' are also correct if the narrator wasn't telling the truth…
If you replace ‘arrived’ by ‘came’ it improves all three versions.
And by the way, a Brit would call it ‘turf’ rather than ‘sod’.
I love all this language stuff way too much…

"I had laid the sod down just before he came." Blimey!

I lied about getting laid while lying on a couch and watching my husband lay out his clothes that he’d washed with lye.
Is that right?

I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t curious about where you were you lying when this laying about which you were lying took place. Were you actually laid, or are we all being lied to?

Let me lay down the truth about who I lied about laying while my husband was laying out lye-ed clothing.  It was a man with a saw that I saw sawing scenery for a scene in a play playing in town I had seen.  He had sawed the scenery I had seen and I won’t lie, I wanted to get laid.  He was keen but I had to lay down the law and when he saw he wouldn’t get laid he laid down his saw and wept.  Weeped?  Wepted?  Shit, I am in a time warp!

agedbeaster:

concupiscence66:

agedbeaster:

nemeton:

agedbeaster:

Make your gorgeous fanfiction even more gorgeous with this simple chart. 

(Although if you’re British, “laying the sod down” sounds pretty funny. It’s grass! It’s an instant lawn. Whatever. You get the point.)

'I lied on the couch' and 'I had lied on the couch just before he arrived' are also correct if the narrator wasn't telling the truth…

If you replace ‘arrived’ by ‘came’ it improves all three versions.

And by the way, a Brit would call it ‘turf’ rather than ‘sod’.

I love all this language stuff way too much…

"I had laid the sod down just before he came." Blimey!

I lied about getting laid while lying on a couch and watching my husband lay out his clothes that he’d washed with lye.

Is that right?

I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t curious about where you were you lying when this laying about which you were lying took place. Were you actually laid, or are we all being lied to?

Let me lay down the truth about who I lied about laying while my husband was laying out lye-ed clothing. It was a man with a saw that I saw sawing scenery for a scene in a play playing in town I had seen. He had sawed the scenery I had seen and I won’t lie, I wanted to get laid. He was keen but I had to lay down the law and when he saw he wouldn’t get laid he laid down his saw and wept. Weeped? Wepted? Shit, I am in a time warp!

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peacockbluey:

I always feel bad for Vince here! He really doesn’t have a comeback for that, and it’s like he genuinely can’t come up with another reason why it’s not okay for him to be sacrificed, even though Howard is basically making the argument that Vince isn’t smart enough to be worth saving, because he wouldn’t produce the kind of Great Work Howard would actually respect about the whole experience.

Howard doesn’t say Vince isn’t smart, he says Vince can’t spell. I like to imagine Howard has read enough shopping lists from Vince to know no one will understand Vince’s opus. Howard has spent hours looking for toe foo, cheezy nib bells, and jog art.

(Source: sense-not-found, via noel-feel-dong)

Filed under english does not lend itself to being sounded out just watch a five year old write

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littleredchucks:

robotmango:

when i forget to log into ao3 and i have to click proceed to see an adult fic, i actually get a kick out of it. like i am an old timey queen and my bard is apologetic: “gentle lady, dicks doth touch in this next ballad. would you prefer another?” and i give him a gesture of command like, “nay, you may proceed, minstrel. bring forth the tale of dicks”

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(via noel-feel-dong)

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shanellbklyn:

sistermaryfake:

krxs10:

but it’s not about race right?

Woah

This is the master post of the new millennium showcasing racism and white supremacy at its finest.


Please stop telling us it’s not about race and to move on cause IT IS and WE WONT until justice is served and equality is established!

This is our America, where African-American lives are disposable and our journalists aren’t even interested in the story.

(via noel-feel-dong)

Filed under ferguson and everywhere

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all-too-well:

have we reached it………? have we reached the promised land?

Who are Bruno and Ed’s exes? Everyone writes about exes, not everyone drums up publicity by obviously indicating the celebrity ex the song is about. If they do, it’s usually a serious, long-term relationship we all know about, not celeb after celeb. It is great that Taylor has decided to stop doing that and, Surprise!, when she stopped doing it, people stopped giving her a hard time about it. Like magic!

(via noel-feel-dong)

Filed under taylor swift i have no problem with her but she is not a victim of the publicity she actively sought through writing about John jake or Harry and now she's moved on to Katy Perry still not just trusting her skills for attention

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agedbeaster:

nemeton:

agedbeaster:

Make your gorgeous fanfiction even more gorgeous with this simple chart. 
(Although if you’re British, “laying the sod down” sounds pretty funny. It’s grass! It’s an instant lawn. Whatever. You get the point.)

'I lied on the couch' and 'I had lied on the couch just before he arrived' are also correct if the narrator wasn't telling the truth…
If you replace ‘arrived’ by ‘came’ it improves all three versions.
And by the way, a Brit would call it ‘turf’ rather than ‘sod’.
I love all this language stuff way too much…

"I had laid the sod down just before he came." Blimey!

I lied about getting laid while lying on a couch and watching my husband lay out his clothes that he’d washed with lye.  Is that right?

agedbeaster:

nemeton:

agedbeaster:

Make your gorgeous fanfiction even more gorgeous with this simple chart. 

(Although if you’re British, “laying the sod down” sounds pretty funny. It’s grass! It’s an instant lawn. Whatever. You get the point.)

'I lied on the couch' and 'I had lied on the couch just before he arrived' are also correct if the narrator wasn't telling the truth…

If you replace ‘arrived’ by ‘came’ it improves all three versions.

And by the way, a Brit would call it ‘turf’ rather than ‘sod’.

I love all this language stuff way too much…

"I had laid the sod down just before he came." Blimey!

I lied about getting laid while lying on a couch and watching my husband lay out his clothes that he’d washed with lye.

Is that right?