My friend is an Askhole, so we got a Dudevorce. Now he just goes out Masturdating

My friend is an Askhole, so we got a Dudevorce. Now he just goes out Masturdating ⬆️ Good job random person

Glad There Were Subtitles

Glad There Were Subtitles

Funny pictures about Glad There Were Subtitles. Oh, and cool pics about Glad There Were Subtitles. Also, Glad There Were Subtitles photos.

Blunda och spring (Swedish) / Close your eyes and run

Blunda och spring (Swedish) / Close your eyes and run ((I really like the meaning. If in fact that's the real meaning. But I may put it in a different language because it reminds me of blunt, ouch, & spring.

21 reasons why English is awesome for English speaking people. not so much the people who want to learn English.

21 reasons why English sucks.

21 Reasons Why English Sucks. Although i do understand all of this, i still think the English language is SO STUPID. no wonder people trying to learn English have so much difficulty.

Other Ways to Say “Good Job” - I would say: Other Ways to Say "Good Work!" Job in Anglo-Saxon means: "lump."  In the industrial revolution it was said you can't do a job/lump of work. Work is about purpose and meaning in life.

Other Ways to Say Good Job – I would say: Other Ways to Say Good Work! Job in Anglo-Saxon means: lump. In the industrial revolution it was said you cant do a job/lump of work. Work is about purpose and meaning in life.

Idiom of the day: Off your rocker.  Meaning: Crazy, silly.  Example: You’re off your rocker if you think I’m going to climb that mountain.

Idiom of the day: Off your rocker. Meaning: Crazy, silly. Example: You’re off your rocker if you think I’m going to climb that mountain.

Syllabub | Syllabubs are one of the oldest of all English desserts. The odd-sounding name itself comes from the early English word ‘silly,’ meaning ‘happy.’ As you will see, it is a very happy alcoholic dessert indeed.” —James Beard

Syllabub | Syllabubs are one of the oldest of all English desserts. The odd-sounding name itself comes from the early English word ‘silly,’ meaning ‘happy.’ As you will see, it is a very happy alcoholic dessert indeed.” —James Beard

dappy (adjective): Silly, disorganized, or lacking concentration. Word of the Day for 30 June 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #dappy

dappy (adjective): Silly, disorganized, or lacking concentration. Word of the Day for 30 June

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5 Common and Simple English Idioms

Idioms: 5 Common and Simple English Idioms Poster. It think this would be a great poster to have displayed in the classroom while working with idioms. The students could even make their own version of this poster to display at the end of our unit.

Dear Deer is a cute book to teach homophones and show how words are used and what they really mean.

Ideas for Teaching Homophones plus a Freebie

Fishpond Australia, Dear Deer: A Book of Homophones by Gene Barretta Gene Barretta. Buy Books online: Dear Deer: A Book of Homophones, ISBN Gene Barretta Gene Barretta

Proof that in German even the nicest words sound like your frothing at the mouth...

Different languages.

English with Scottish origin Potentially hungover from the weekend?

English with Scottish origin With apologies ."The wabbit rabbit wanted not the wilted rabe.

I don't know where you got your opinion...

I wonder how many people will get this.and I love pineapple now.

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