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assbuttmcgee:

mr-radical:

feeling intimidated by people you want to be really good friends with

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#feeling intimidated by people you’re already friends with

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pangeasplits:

prishepka:

we click pictures and enjoy a wonderful Friday night

no really click through this really fast guys, 100% recommend

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justgivemeafan:

well at least im not a middle aged mom who talks about how blessed she is on every facebook status. 

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cecilbaldwin-fan:

How did we miss this you guys 
From Marisa Blankier’s Instagram

cecilbaldwin-fan:

How did we miss this you guys 

From Marisa Blankier’s Instagram

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awestiles:


capturedean’s graphic challenge


↳Round 2, prompt → death is a lonely road
buticancarryou vs. awestiles

awestiles:

capturedean’s graphic challenge

↳Round 2, prompt → death is a lonely road

buticancarryou vs. awestiles

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"It’s just been a really wacky weekend."

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Per se

beanmom:

commonfanficerrors:

The phrase “per se” means “in/of itself” or “intrinsically” and is used to clarify or narrow down a point. There is also a more specific legal definition which I won’t address here.

Examples of usage:

  • Getting a parking ticket does not per se make you a criminal.
  • I don’t hate the guy per se, he just gets on my nerves sometimes.
  • “Ignorance per se is not nearly as dangerous as ignorance of ignorance.” — Sydney J. Harris

Please note that “per se" does not usually add a whole lot to the sentences it appears in, beyond a touch of highbrow appeal. Consider carefully if that’s the effect you’re going for, and notice that deleting it often makes absolutely no difference to your point. (It can, however, be a handy addition to a character’s dialogue if you’re trying to establish that character as an intellectual or a bit of a blowhard.)

Because the phrase is borrowed directly from Latin and looks a bit odd to an English speaker’s eyes, italics are suggested (but not required).

I often see this phrase misspelled as “per say” in casual writing. Spell-check might not flag this error, because “per” and “say” are both correctly spelled words by themselves.

I hit “per say” in a fic I was reading just this morning, in fact.  :P

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clairefrasers:

battestar galactica is like ‘well, it starts with the genocide of the human race, and then it goes downhill from there.’

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