Since the same time not liking fiction became one.
Since the same time not liking fiction became one.
Did you even try with this quiz?
Y’know, I’m okay with this.
No. Read Of Mice and Men. Do it. I pretended like I read The Pearl because it was awful. But seriously, read Of Mice and Men. If for nothing else, I mean, the end. (Plus it’s pretty short).
Okay, slut-shaming isn’t always inappropriate. As proven here. And the guy isn’t off the hook. What would happen if it were a guy? I’m assuming the same. Performing oral sex in public is never wins many accolades. Usually only one, really.
Dear Dave, really?
Heart of Darkness is actually the worst book I’ve ever had to try to read.
Legit good job.
I wasn’t going to say anything until I saw you were an editor. This article is shit. Do some research.
Your title was stupid and wrong. But hey, cool article.
17 made me laugh just because as a teacher my first reaction would be: “Fuck, lawsuit.”
Stop being so old. (or go to a site where you’re the target audience)
Hey, high five to management for having balls and not just firing the staff!
When I read this article I was, like, “Everclear. That is all.”
The fact that there is even a combo option is fucking hilarious.
These are funny. They are not funny because they exploit or demean women, specifically “plus size” women, they are funny because they go against society’s idea that a “plus size” woman should feel shame. These may be the most pro-plus-size woman thing the internet’s ever created. If you don’t appreciate these a) you’re not funny, b) you don’t know what is funny, c) you are probably obese, d) you are probably not a champ about it.
I have no idea why the third one would be considered sexist besides from the fact that Buzzfeed knows that articles “about” sexism get tons of views, regardless of if the content is solid or not.
In Texas, it’s not uncommon to go with full-on “interstate highway”. But I think they’re both used with pretty equal distribution, really.
The more I think of the word “sneakers,” the more I identify it with cheesy stereotypical New Yorker movie characters. That being said, I’m sure this is paralleled by what New Yorkers/New Englanders think when they imagine someone saying “Hey, y’all bring me back a coke after y’all run into town”.
I think it’s definitely an older type of distinction, but I can imagine situations in which I’d want to make sure that everyone knows that they’re included. I’d probably say “y’all all,” but “all y’all” is possible, too. (Though, thinking about it, if I say “all” first, I’m inclined to say ‘of you’”. Y’all all missed number 2— all y’all need to review blah blah blah rule. —Or something like that.
It probably has something to do with a linguistic process called epenthesis. Or, throwing sounds where they don’t belong. “Wash” has a pretty open vowel sound, so the “R” insertion just gives the mouth something to do between “a” and “sh”. It’ll probably occur for anyone who doesn’t use a lot of open back vowels with front-y consonants. Maybe older speakers who aren’t used to “pronunciating” like the more modern SAE speaker does. I know some people from Louisiana/Southern Texas who do a weird ‘L’ thing in words like “draw(l)” and “bra(l)”. Now that, I can’t explain.
Not even going to begin to do a more Americentric version of this— I’m sure there’re 7 already in the works. But I do have a question, if “onion rings” are a type of chip (a la Funyuns), are onion rings still called onion rings?
My family nails potatoes, too… —I mean,not with designer potato nails, just giant spikes that I assume my grandfather got from a hardware store one day. That being said, my family will pretty much cook a potato any way possible.
A lot of these comparisons are suuuuper arbitrary. Also, I didn’t even notice the “breath”— because a) I’m not a DICK on the prowl, or b) I can hardly English* on my own… intentional linguistic conversion— “verbifying”.
Conveniently located for trade. I’m down for this. Which plates do we break to get back like this?
This article already exists. Since March. On BuzzFeed. The print version. It has, like, 375,000 views. Really, that few ideas?
Might go check out Being and Time. Sounds interesting.
I’m actually going to follow that link. I mean, seriously, who decided that. (Also, as I typed this, I thought “…well, would anything else be more appropriate..?)
The last song I listened to by Mandy Moore was “Gardenia”— I completely forgot about Candy. I can only think of the lyrics to Gardenia. And it feels very inappropriate in relation to this song…and Mandy’s age in it, loool. Also, yes, you must’ve missed the armband trend.
Alright, y’got me this time…
Could someone explain to me how this is this man’s first slice of pizza? WHY HAS NO ONE (that I’ve seen, yet) ASKED THIS.
Yeah, around 2005, I was like “he’s starting to look a little methy…” Then BAM, 2008!
I don’t understand number 3. The girls remain unattractive. Am I not doin it rite?
I had to stop at 23. There were just too many grammatical errors.
7 and 16 might be the most frightening gifs I’ve ever seen………..
I came here exclusively to see this response that would inherently be here.
Ha, I used this for awhile! Good choice!