This is a Welsh word.
That feels important.
It’s the word used by a people so wholly culturally assimilated into another that the most prevalent family name in that culture contains a sound that’s only seen in loanwords - because that very name is a “loan” from the English.
Or rather, it’s a word used by the members of that culture that can still speak the language.
omg so princex means like agender/gender neutral/genderqueer royalty??? IM so happy i was looking for a word like that
holy shit this is literally all i wanted in life thANK YOU??
what the hell i thought every state did mischief night? is this real? do y’all really never get drunk and go out and TP people’s houses on october 30th? u not livin
we ain’t asshole vandals like u dumb hoes
I’m from Michigan and I’m not at all surprised that we’re all cursed
Wait seriously does only jersey do this you’re lying
pretty sure it’s a commonly known term on Long Island too :o
yeah, I hear that on the island, too, although if I were asked I’d have probably said ‘no word for that’. maybe just teenagers call it that on LI?
Request: Pronounce the German names in SnK in German feat. my cat
Yeah, someone asked me to do it so here we go. I was not prepared at all and my cat kind of interrupedt.
Order of names: Eren Jäger, Mikasa Ackerman, Armin Arlert, Reiner Braun, Bertholdt Fubar, Annie Leonhardt, Historia Reiss, Sasha Braus, Jean Kirschtein, Marco Bodt, Thomas Wagner, Mina Carolina
Petra Ral, Auruo Bossard, Gunter Shulz, Erd Gin, Dieter Ness
Hannes, Ian Dietrich, Rico Brzenska, Anka Rheinberger, Gustav, Hugo
Marlo Freudenberg, Boris Feulner, Dennis Eibringer
Grisha Jäger, Carla Jäger, Pastor Nick
Can you command the goddess to sing?
Barry B. Powell reads the first 100 lines of The Iliad by Homer in the original Greek. Powell is Halls-Bascom Professor of Classics Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and author of a new free verse translation of The Iliad.
Here it is! I’m not 100% sure if I like how it came out… it almost seems a bit too cutesy for the subject. Maybe I just like drawing cute clothes and bright colours too much!
This is for a contest with the Canadian Human Rights Agencies for their conference in May. All the Advanced Illustration students and Design students had to enter as part of their final. Kinda pissed that they required us to print it off at 24 x 36…. which I think is way too big and expensive ($50!!) for most students and their budget. We don’t even get to keep the posters. And the top prize is only $200. I feel kinda ripped off. :/
EDIT: A couple of people have sent me notes saying that “Transgendered” is incorrect terminology. I apologize, I kind of added the text last minute, and should have known better. I’ve uploaded a fixed version. :)
This poster is a good reminder that pronouns aren’t “preferred”. They’re NECESSARY.
If it’s okay, I’d like to put in my two cents re: the color scheme being “too cutesy—” I… kinda like that. For one, she’s a femme woman and the color scheme reflects that. She’s not muted or neutralized even when the wrong words surround her. I like that she’s strong and cute and bright and herself. Even when it’s hard.