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And cats...lots of cats.

Name mean "Trust me, I'm the Doctor" in Latin.



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asylum-art:

Michael Kerbow Drawings

Based in San Francisco, Michael Kerbow is an artist who loves piling animals, highways’ knots and cars up, in a very urban set which has a fantastic dimension. Very particular urban stills… 

21 hours ago on August 28th, 2014 | J | 4,566 notes
21 hours ago on August 28th, 2014 | J | 182 notes

betta-fish-and-loki:

assbutt-wizard-in-the-tardis:

I’m not even in this fandom, but hearing this made me feel so much better about life

I needed this today.

1 day ago on August 27th, 2014 | J | 65,054 notes

afunnythinghappens:

Delphi 

Looks magical even today

1 day ago on August 27th, 2014 | J | 546 notes
interretialia:

wailingcriesofafanboy:

wasoos:

anadalusjack:

eytancragg:

did-you-kno:

Source

I love this.

That’s what happens with language

literally so frustrating

interretialia
or
the-fault-in-marys-life
can any confirm this?



The Latin word is really egregius, and it means “distinguished, surpassing, excellent, eminent.” “Exceptionally good” seems good enough as a translation. But egregius came from the phrase e grege, “(chosen) from the herd,” which normally makes one think of something good chosen, but it could also make one think of something bad chosen. I suppose even in Latin we could say egregie bonus, “exceptionally good,” and egregie malus, “exceptionally bad.” Because of the different ways that “exceptional” can be used, and because the original Latin phrase can mean the opposite of what it has been usually interpreted as, the “opposite meaning” of the word egregious does not seem so strange to me.

interretialia:

wailingcriesofafanboy:

wasoos:

anadalusjack:

eytancragg:

did-you-kno:

Source

I love this.

That’s what happens with language

literally so frustrating

interretialia
or
the-fault-in-marys-life
can any confirm this?

The Latin word is really egregius, and it means “distinguished, surpassing, excellent, eminent.” “Exceptionally good” seems good enough as a translation. But egregius came from the phrase e grege, “(chosen) from the herd,” which normally makes one think of something good chosen, but it could also make one think of something bad chosen. I suppose even in Latin we could say egregie bonus, “exceptionally good,” and egregie malus, “exceptionally bad.” Because of the different ways that “exceptional” can be used, and because the original Latin phrase can mean the opposite of what it has been usually interpreted as, the “opposite meaning” of the word egregious does not seem so strange to me.

1 day ago on August 27th, 2014 | J | 4,725 notes

dapperasf:

a podcast recorded with a $60 dollar mic in a harlem apartment about an openly queer radio host with a poc love interest as literally the most normal part of the show made it to be the number one most dowloaded podcast in all of america and if you don’t think that’s the tightest shit you can get out of my face

2 days ago on August 27th, 2014 | J | 10,727 notes

songofages:

sizvideos:

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Wait wait….people seriously don’t spoon out the kiwi fruits delicious goodness? I didn’t know there was any other way to eat them?

2 days ago on August 27th, 2014 | J | 134,673 notes
whoshavesforsherlock:

platypusinplaid:

These Pottermore stats literally go against every house stereotype ever

RAVENCLAWS WERE THE BEST FINDERS WHAT NO THAT’S NOT RIGHT

whoshavesforsherlock:

platypusinplaid:

These Pottermore stats literally go against every house stereotype ever

RAVENCLAWS WERE THE BEST FINDERS WHAT NO THAT’S NOT RIGHT

2 days ago on August 27th, 2014 | J | 100,227 notes

theloppyone:

a hand-lettering exercise that got really out of hand. oh well i like  my really unnecessarily grandiose welcome signs anyway :p

2 days ago on August 27th, 2014 | J | 44,515 notes

unofficialdragon:

likeakidinabookstore:

annaolphant:

id hit up barnes and noble during the purge

signs you’re a book addict #1: when you’re willing to risk being brutally murdered for free books

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2 days ago on August 27th, 2014 | J | 107,396 notes