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Once a boy told me he thought my eyes were prettier than his future wife’s.
Maybe opinion isn’t the best word to go with unbiased. Style overview, maybe?
Teens don’t sound like that; we get that road trips are a metaphor for adolescence; manic pixie dream girls (or boy); they’re all the same; teenagers aren’t as smart as he makes them seem; people only like his books because the Internet.
I HATE when people criticize John Green books by saying “teens don’t talk like that.” Maybe YOU don’t talk like that. Please don’t lump me into your nostalgic recollections of what it’s like to be a teen, plzkaythx. As if John Green doesn’t hang out with enough teenagers to know what they talk like.
So I was going to do all of the things, but then I ended up only doing some of the things.
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34. JapaneseLinks.net – List of mostly free links to websites that teach the Japanese language.
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66. UniLang.org – UniLang offers tons of free resources, including language courses, videos, audio and podcasts, phrasebooks, stories, games, articles and other exercises.
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68. VerbaLearn.com – Verba Learn helps people who want to improve their English vocabulary.
69. VistaWide.com – Free online dictionaries, translators, verb conjugators, lessons, courses and practical applications for those wanting to learn numerous languages.
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71. Vocabulix.com – This free tool offers over 90 predefined vocabulary lessons and allows you to create your own foreign language lessons to share with others.
72. WebGerman.com – Access to free online television from around the world as well as language picture dictionaries, language-learning libraries and more.
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75. World-English.org – This site offers tons of resources for learning the English language, including tests, top English words, slang, fun facts, games and vocabulary.
Now that I have my own bedroom, it seems to have its own life cycle.
First it’s clean.
Then there are small piles, things I’m using or don’t know where to put, clothes I decided not to where.
These progress into bigger and bigger piles …
Until there are only pathways between major furniture.
And I’m fine with it.
But one day I walk in and BAM! I need to clean my room right now it’s so awful how do I live like this I can’t even get to my bed who is this person why do I own so many things?!?!?
And then it’s clean again.
My character development through my college years represented in GPOYs
This is what time passing looks like. Autumn in Central Park, time-lapse photography-style. (via The Morning News)
One of these ultrasound images show a fetus yawning, while in the other, it’s simply opening its mouth. But from static images like this, it’s next to impossible to tell which is which.
Using 4D scans, researchers at Durham and Lancaster Universities announced that were able to clearly differentiate mouth stretches from yawns. With yawns, according to new metrics that they’ve developed, it takes longer for the fetus to stretch its mouth to its fullest:
The yawn’s climax, so to speak, occurs seven frames in.
The jury’s still out on what business an unborn baby has yawning in the first place. Yawning doesn’t become contagious until around the age of five, and they’re pretty isolated in their amniotic bubble, so they’re probably not trying to communicate. It’s also unlikely that they’re expressing sleepiness.
Photo credit: PLoS One
My mom got her endowments here too, before her mission. It’s almost as good as her being there.
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