the girl sitting next to me in class is wearing the same shirt as me in a different colour and we keep awkwardly looking at each other like do I say something or just sit here help
i said ‘nice shirt’ and she said ‘better than yours’ i’m done
Walking in the woods »» Thomas Hanks
I swear, I will do this every single time one of my little brothers graduates from somewhere.
you are my new favorite person
I need my glasses to find my glasses do you see my problem
You can’t even see your problem
My left butt cheek is more punk rock than you!
The only other new print I can churn out in time for Anime Boston. Hope to see you guys there!
I literally gasped
Daniel Radcliffe on shooting a gay sex scene in Kill Your Darlings
An illustration I did for Instinct Magazine on unfair Adoption cases.
Every language has its own version of um. French has euh, Korean eum, Finnish öö, Russian eh; even sign languages have signs for um. The fact that most languages have some kind of um suggests that it serves a natural and important language function.
So what is this important language function? Why do people say um? Not because they are nervous. Scholarly studies of the word reveal that the use of um does not correlate with anxiousness or any particular personality traits. Rather, um is used to signal an upcoming pause—usually uh for a short pause and um for a longer pause. The pause may be needed in order to find the right word, remember something temporarily forgotten, or repair a mistake. Um holds the floor for us while we do our mental work. It buys some time for thinking.
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