Wow, not only did my absolute favorite word show up on this list, but it has an equally lovely sounding word meaning the opposite that I was unaware of.
The word roots "culp" and "culpa" mean 'blame.' Some common words with "culp" and "culpa" include 'exculpate' (to free from blame) 'culpable' (deserving blame) 'inculpate' (to accuse or blame) 'culprit' (a person who is responsible for a crime) and 'Mea culpa!" ('It's my fault!') #vocabulary #wordroot #culp #culpa #english #latin #learnenglish #bleach #ichigo #rukia #esl #efl #testpreparation #sat
Ahahahaha!! This is hilarious because 1. It is.lol and 2.This moment was so tense and intense adding humor to it with this meme just makes it so hilarious! And really, I sat there for I don't know how long just waiting for someone to question why he turned into a beautiful butterfly!
This phrase has taught me to cherish each encounter, for “Ichigo Ichie” literally translates to “One encounter, one chance”—meaning every encounter with someone, even a friend whom you see often, should be treated as if it were a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence.