three yards of space fabric, fifteen feet of ruffles, three spools of metallic thread (gold and silver for the edges of the ruffles!) and eight hours later, i have this. i designed it special for a friend!
… seriously the metallic edges of the ruffles are the best part.
THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER TO EXIST IN THE HISTORY OF THINGS
I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE RIGHT NOW
Too cute! I want one in my size. :3
This would be a lovely TARDIS skirt. How pretty!
bisexual guys are assumed to be secretly gay
bisexual girls are assumed to be secretly straight
both are assumed to secretly like men
see what i’m getting at?
Don’t forget that gay men are gay because they lacked a “strong male figure”. And lesbians either haven’t found the right man or are gay because of a guy.
ALL of this. Encourage people to try new words, to mess them up, to experiment with vocabulary, to learn complicated adjectives and verbs and nouns, because words are fun.
Also, don’t be a jerk.
AMEN SISTAH. PREACh
As someone who learned most of my English from reading… Yeah, thank you.
If I use a word that I had only previously read, I always tend to ask “am I saying that right?” Most of the time I am, but sometimes not, so it’s good to be corrected on these things.
And this comes from a native english speaker.
Omg yes. I spent more time in my teens reading than I did speaking, and then I went and did a science degree were I was just inundated with new words. If you only emulate the words that you hear around you, it severely restricts your vocabulary.
Also, I’ve noticed that there’s a lot of classist and racist bullshit around “correcting” someone’s pronunciation. Do people really need to stop and giggle at difference? If you can understand the word that I’m saying, do you really need to stop the conversation and try to bend my syllables into new shapes?