sextnoise:

following back tons!

sextnoise:

following back tons!

whyarentibritish:

thisonenerdychick:

laughlikealoononloontablets:

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So basically muggle sugar quills??

oh my god youre right

tldrwikipedia:

via Corey Reppond

theyuniversity:

FYI: Whenever you see Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch), Emma Watson, the Doctor, Thom Yorke, or any other British icon at the top of a post, it means that the answer to the question depends largely on whether you use British English or American English.

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When it comes to the words…

theyuniversity:

Good question.

If you’re talking about things that can be counted, use “many”:

  • too many ducks
  • too many children
  • too many balls
  • too many hot dogs

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If you’re talking about things that cannot be counted (mass nouns), use “much”:

  • too much stress
  • too much air
Word of the Day: DEBONAIR

theyuniversity:

(T.O.P GIF source: fanpop)

What’s Up With These “Really Bad” Vocabulary Words?

theyuniversity:

The SAT vocabulary words that appear in the above WordFoto are as follows:

  1. flagrant
  2. atrocious
  3. egregious
  4. glaring
  5. odious
  6. contemptible
  7. heinous
  8. depraved
  9. deplorable
  10. rank
What’s Up With All These “Bad Attitude” Vocabulary Words?

theyuniversity:

In the above WordPhoto, there are ten words that indicate anger, discontent, a tendency to argue or fight, i.e., a bad attitude. (You might appreciate these words when you have to learn them for the SAT.) Here are the words:

  1. contentious
  2. peevish
  3. polemical
  4. captious
  5. churlish
  6. pugnacious
  7. bellicose
  8. vindictive
  9. truculent
  10. incorrigible

koalatea:

i dont need a boyfriend i need 12 million dollars and a donut