bangs can be really annoy when ur tryna work
i better post this before book 4 when it will be sunk for good i’m sure o well
dumb kids in love
from the most popular girls in school (episode four)
don’t tell me miyuki’s thirsty ass wouldn’t have done this
Just in case if you want to know who voiced Sugilite. ;)
Wonder Woman would probably be so heartbroken if she heard there were people who thought her feminism was trans-exclusionary
whenever i try to open this image google chrome just crashes, can someone just take a screenshot of the image
in a school full of bullies
and gross school lunches
thats me matoi ryuko
and my two best friends
try to do the impossible, create a guide that will help you survive school
However it originated, though, the usage of “because-noun” (and of “because-adjective” and “because-gerund”) is one of those distinctly of-the-Internet, by-the-Internet movements of language. It conveys focus (linguist Gretchen McCulloch: “It means something like ‘I’m so busy being totally absorbed by X that I don’t need to explain further, and you should know about this because it’s a completely valid incredibly important thing to be doing’”). It conveys brevity (Carey: “It has a snappy, jocular feel, with a syntactic jolt that allows long explanations to be forgone” “It has a snappy, jocular feel, with a syntactic jolt that allows long explanations to be forgone”).
But it also conveys a certain universality. When I say, for example, “The talks broke down because politics,” I’m not just describing a circumstance. I’m also describing a category. I’m making grand and yet ironized claims, announcing a situation and commenting on that situation at the same time. I’m offering an explanation and rolling my eyes — and I’m able to do it with one little word. Because variety. Because Internet. Because language.
Reblogging. Because linguistics.