franklindbrosevelt

@franklindbrosevelt
Are you laboring under the impression that I read these memoranda of yours? I can't even lift them.
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nah nah

Some of these parents don’t give a shit about these kids.

I care about these kids so much. Is that weird? Am I gonna be a… A teacher?

NO. NEVER. Because I fucking hate parents.

perchu:

when you try to click an image on tumblr to see a bigger version but you get redirected to someones blog

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Honestly if you don't support the ideals of Dashcon you don't deserve to be allowed a Tumblr in my opinion
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callmeoutis:

i was ready to just scroll past like “haha grammar humor” but then it was weird al and i,

“According to prescriptive grammar, “fewer” should be used (instead of “less”) with nouns for countable objects and concepts (discretely quantifiable nouns or count nouns). According to this rule, “less” should be used only with a grammatically singular noun (including mass nouns). However, descriptive grammarians (who describe language as actually used) point out that this rule does not correctly describe the most common usage of today or the past and in fact arose as an incorrect generalization of a personal preference expressed by a grammarian in 1770. An extreme application of the prescriptivist rule can be seen in the examples “there is less flour in this canister” and “there are fewer cups (grains, pounds, bags, etc.) of flour in this canister”, which are based on the reasoning that flour is uncountable whereas the unit used to measure the flour (cup etc.) is countable. Nevertheless, even most prescriptivists accept the most common usage “there are less cups of flour in this canister” and prescribe the rule addition that “less” should be used with units of measurement (other examples: “less than 10 pounds/dollars”). Prescriptivists would however consider only “fewer cups of coffee” to be correct in a sentence such as “there are fewer cups of coffee on the table now”, where the cups are countable separate objects, although most people now and in the past use “less” even in such cases. In addition, “less” is recommended in front of counting nouns that denote distance, amount, or time. For example, “we go on holiday in fewer than four weeks” and “he can run the 100m in fewer than ten seconds” are not advised.”

callmeoutis:

i was ready to just scroll past like “haha grammar humor” but then it was weird al and i,

According to prescriptive grammar, “fewer” should be used (instead of “less”) with nouns for countable objects and concepts (discretely quantifiable nouns or count nouns). According to this rule, “less” should be used only with a grammatically singular noun (including mass nouns). However, descriptive grammarians (who describe language as actually used) point out that this rule does not correctly describe the most common usage of today or the past and in fact arose as an incorrect generalization of a personal preference expressed by a grammarian in 1770. An extreme application of the prescriptivist rule can be seen in the examples “there is less flour in this canister” and “there are fewer cups (grains, pounds, bags, etc.) of flour in this canister”, which are based on the reasoning that flour is uncountable whereas the unit used to measure the flour (cup etc.) is countable. Nevertheless, even most prescriptivists accept the most common usage “there are less cups of flour in this canister” and prescribe the rule addition that “less” should be used with units of measurement (other examples: “less than 10 pounds/dollars”). Prescriptivists would however consider only “fewer cups of coffee” to be correct in a sentence such as “there are fewer cups of coffee on the table now”, where the cups are countable separate objects, although most people now and in the past use “less” even in such cases. In addition, “less” is recommended in front of counting nouns that denote distance, amount, or time. For example, “we go on holiday in fewer than four weeks” and “he can run the 100m in fewer than ten seconds” are not advised.”

mamalovebone:

need a sex tip? Cosmo says fuck a donut. fuck a donut. just fuck the fucking donut you fucking piece of shit. fuck you

mamalovebone:

need a sex tip? Cosmo says fuck a donut. fuck a donut. just fuck the fucking donut you fucking piece of shit. fuck you

bootythug:

drycoochie:

I’m scared

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