PSA

drinkyourjuice:

  • everyday (adjective): used to describe something that is common
    “She’s just your everyday booty queen.”
    Used more often when someone says something is not common.
    “She’s not your everyday booty queen.”
  • every day (two words): a phrase used to describe something that happens each day
    “Every day I wake up and brush my teeth.”
  • apart (adverb, weirdly): used to explain at least two things that have a distance between them, like in time or in space
    “Ugh, Josh and I have been apart for four hours and I just miss him, ya know?”
  • a part (two words): a phrase you use to describe something that is a piece of something else
    “I would love a part in your movie, Lisa.”
    or
    “Could you break me off a part of that dick?”

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(Source: soupsoup, via capricious)

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coketalk:

I know I’m not supposed to feed the trolls, but sometimes I just can’t resist the urge to teach the ignorant bastards the difference between your and you’re.

coketalk:

I know I’m not supposed to feed the trolls, but sometimes I just can’t resist the urge to teach the ignorant bastards the difference between your and you’re.

(Source: coketalk)

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j-alvarez:

We don’t need no education: Double negative

j-alvarez:

We don’t need no education: Double negative

(via j-alvarez-deactivated20120907)

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pleatedjeans:

you’re welcome. via

pleatedjeans:

you’re welcome. via

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(via caro)

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capricious:

caro:

(via Condescending Literary Pun Dog)

Dying.

Merry Christmas, everyone.

capricious:

caro:

(via Condescending Literary Pun Dog)

Dying.

Merry Christmas, everyone.

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What’s Up With “Anyway” and “Anyways”?

capricious:

theyuniversity:

  • NOTE: FYI, the “whats” in Paris’s thought bubble is intentional; it is parallel with “Thats” on her T-shirt.

Please note.

(Source: theyuniversity)

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