things i don’t like
- crying children
- children that talk too much
- children that whine about everything
- bratty children
- children in general
- restaurants filled with crying children
ScienceDaily (July 16, 2012) — Far from processing every word we read or hear, our brains often do not even notice key words that can change the whole meaning of a sentence, according to new research from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
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Ads feature the New England Aquarium’s new sea lions
“Mischief is back in Boston,” says a new ad for the New England Aquarium, though some locals might be forgiven for wondering if it ever left, given that mischief is something of a constant in the Hub ecosystem.
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OH MY GOD PLEASE LET THIS BE TRUE
I NEVER KNEW THIS
I NEVER KNEW THAT WAS WHAT AMERICANS MEANT WHEN THEY SAID “QUITE”
WHY DIDN’T ANYBODY TELL ME
SUDDENLY THAT ONE SONG THAT GOES “HELLO I MISS YOU QUITE TERRIBLY” MAKES LIKE A MILLION TIMES MORE SENSE
are you serious british people
i feel like this means i’ve been overestimating your enthusiasm about things for my entire life
wait really though how come no one ever explained this. I THOUGHT THIS WAS A SIMPLE WORD.