don't worry about it.
hi. i'm lauren.

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devilish-luna:

tomlinshire:

didn’t even make it past the first line before i had to reblog

This seriously just made me so happy

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10knotes:

Via/Follow The Absolute Greatest Posts…ever.

10knotes:

Via/Follow The Absolute Greatest Posts…ever.

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funny-overdose:

My dorm got in trouble for our wifi names… they’re threatening to shut down our internet if we don’t change them.

funny-overdose:

My dorm got in trouble for our wifi names… they’re threatening to shut down our internet if we don’t change them.

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redheadnightmare:

legallyblindobservations:

maskscara:

The longer you stare at this picture the worse it gets.

This hurt me physically

Why. Why. WHY

redheadnightmare:

legallyblindobservations:

maskscara:

The longer you stare at this picture the worse it gets.

This hurt me physically

Why. Why. WHY

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annotated-em:

darkjez:

ireallyhatecornnuts:

doingtheneedful:

mightymur:

The final, brilliant word on passive voice.
“She was killed [by zombies.]” <—- passive
“Zombies killed [by zombies] her.” <—- active

Welp.

Oh my god, best passive voice identification tool ever.

This is on par with the moment that I learned “the alligator always eats the bigger number” when determining whether to use greater than or less than sign. 
Life changing shit, seriously.

I wish I’d had this a couple semesters ago when I was working with my pre-service kids and trying to hammer the difference between the passive and active voice into their skulls.

annotated-em:

darkjez:

ireallyhatecornnuts:

doingtheneedful:

mightymur:

The final, brilliant word on passive voice.

“She was killed [by zombies.]” <—- passive

“Zombies killed [by zombies] her.” <—- active

Welp.

Oh my god, best passive voice identification tool ever.

This is on par with the moment that I learned “the alligator always eats the bigger number” when determining whether to use greater than or less than sign. 

Life changing shit, seriously.

I wish I’d had this a couple semesters ago when I was working with my pre-service kids and trying to hammer the difference between the passive and active voice into their skulls.

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