So is it mandatory that supernatural high schools where red and gold on graduation? #TVD #Buffy #mysticfalls #sunnydale #tv #cw #wb
I don’t know if I can handle this. The red-headed royal has returned home, but these glorious images will serve as a testament to his time in the colonies.
I have an extensive history of hoodies and lounging on Metis decks. Me and mum circa 1984. #ThrowbackThursday #tbt
Not going to lie, guys: today didn’t suck. Not even a little bit.
AHHHH! ATTENTION @margotporter!!!!!
Originally posted here, I just added the text.
If you said the “s” word in the ninth century, you probably wouldn’t have shocked or offended anyone. Back then, the “s” word was just the everyday word that was used to refer to excrement.
That’s one of many surprising, foul-mouthed facts Melissa Mohr reveals in her new book, Holy S- - -: A Brief History of Swearing. Though the curse words themselves change over time, the category remains constant — we always have a set of words that are off-limits.
“We need some category of swear words,” Mohr says. “[These] words really fulfill a function that people have found necessary for thousands of years.”
Mohr joined NPR’s David Greene to talk about curses through the ages and how the words that offend us reveal a lot about society and its values.
Cultural blindspots. We all have them.
Love you, Mummy. Happy Mother’s Day! xoxo.
I am what I am.
First lost tooth for #ThrowbackThursday. #tbt
Population distribution of the United States in units of Canadas.