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- Recite a poem.
- Read the first page to one of your favorite books.
- Read the little blurb on the back of your shampoo bottle.
- Do a tongue-twister.
- Say something in a different language.
- Share an anecdote.
Do the rains in Spain stay mainly on the plains?
- Summarize the last film/TV episode you watched.
- Let us hear your ringtone and text message sound.
- Tell a joke.
- What did you have to eat today?
- Talk about something that really scares you.
- Talk about something that makes you happy.
- What is your favorite word?
- What is your least favorite word?
- What turns you on?
- What turns you off?
- What sound or noise do you love?
- What sound or noise do you hate?
- What is your favorite curse word?
- What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?
- What profession would you not like to do?
- If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?
- If you’re brave enough, singing us a little song.
Hi there! To all my 400+ followers that I love so dearly, I don’t know how many times I’ve post this kind of message but, well, as you can see, my blog’s getting
really inactive and stagnant. I understand if you unfollow me for the same reason but please understand that life’s getting to hard for me and I have to get my shit together for college. So yeah, I will probably be inactive for another week or month.
I’m excited to get in touch with you guys again.
ENOSHIMA JUNKO: So! Will "Future's foundation's hope" win? Or will my despair win? (Re-uploaded)
Is that so?
reblogging because I fucking want it to be goddamned true
Most of the time, it is true, because swear words are stored in the ‘emotions area’ of the brain, rather than the linguistics area.
SO MARTIN FREEMAN IS JESUS
Well fuck me
Just to add with this with a bit of science, I went to a lecture on swearing once, and we were provided with a diagram of the brain. Swear words are, indeed, stored in the limbic system (the parts of the brain that deal with emotion). That’s why when we experience a shock, be it touching something hot or being given a surprise gift or having to suddenly swerve, we tend to swear on reflex. Just as an animal might mewl, we swear, because it’s the best audible sign of shock our body can produce, and the one most likely to make our emotions evident to other people, and hence receive help if we need it.
Every time I read this post, I feel like waving it in the faces of everyone who’s said that I’m dangerous, sketchy and untrustworthy because I swear a lot.