gender: cismale appearing but not quite sure | pronouns: any non-dehumanizing | sexuality: bi (μεν and δε) | age: early 30s | religion: lazy pagan | fandoms you might see: classics, latin, brooklyn 99, supernatural, skyrim, x-files, hbo's rome, marvel, farscape, elementary, buffy, music | fandoms you probably won't see unless they get their shit together: teen wolf, doctor who, dc comics, sherlock | sideblog: dianaartemis.tumblr.com

 

namisis:

brilliant-smallfish:

The gods know what you’ve done.

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

reveverett:

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

reveverett:

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

psyducker:

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)

stfueverything:

dbvictoria:

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.

(x)

34 years later and this is STILL relevant

mediocre-latinist:

quasi-normalcy:

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*

demengineerz:

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)