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The gods know what you’ve done.

this is the funniest shit i’ve seen for like 3 years


6th #Greek #palindrome reads the same back & forth: “Wash off your evil deeds, Don’t just wash your face.” #protoTweet


6th #Greek #palindrome reads the same back & forth: “Wash off your evil deeds, Don’t just wash your face.” #protoTweet


A soft murmuring is heard. A few phrases can be made out.

~That’s reverse racist. We are all one race: the human race, I’m 1/64th cherokee, this apple juice is too spicy ~

"Hey Jim where’s that sound coming from?"
“Oh sorry, that’s my white noise machine”

Before u make fun of someone’s foreign accent, take some time to think about how they speak more languages than u and how u are a failure

(Source: isxbelle)



With all the heat Anita Sarkeesian gets for her Tropes series, you’d think it was a new topic, but Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert had a discussion on a similar theme when they were talking about the influx of slasher movies on their show in 1980.


34 years later and this is STILL relevant



Academics started writing in vernacular languages instead of Latin during the 18th century, because they wanted their work to be more publicly accessible. 

Ever since then, I think that a significant number of academics have been wanting their secret code language back.

*jumps through a window and steals your subjunctives*


Here’s the entire Vinesauce Spooky Advisory System by….I can’t really recall who…

(Send me an ask if you can remember who did this)