…are not character flaws. It is neither immoral nor arrogant of me to prefer my own company to that of most other people (or on some days, any and all other people). It means simply that I have realistic expectations of humanity and sufficient life experience to know that most people are going to scare or annoy me, and why shouldn’t they when I scare and annoy myself most days?
Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears Prada
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thegoodgrammarian asked: Thanks! I think so too. I'll probably flip flop them every ten minutes until the paper is due, but I do rather prefer the "We're Here, We're Queer, We're Irish: The Clash between Irish Nationalism and Homosexuality" title as well! (Also, I meant "colon" not "semicolon").
Meh… Just between us grammar professionals, I forgive a little colon mishap. You know enough to get away with a little language abuse.
I SHIP IT
Thanks, Breaking Bad. Thanks for making it so I see blue meth here instead of anything else.
“Nobody has the right to turn out and tell me that I can’t wear a certain outfit, that I can’t go out to a certain place because I would be safer, or because a man looks at me…”
I love Priyanka Chopra.
This point can never be made enough.
I want to respectfully and consensually kiss her.
Wait, I actually really think this is the greatest.
I was looking for a wedding present and found these, Gourmet Grammarian Dish Set.
Some brilliant chess strategies have been employed here.
Tyler Oakley on My Drunken Kitchen