Think again

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What’s up with “lay” and “lie”?

theyuniversity:

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Few topics in grammar and usage inspires as much dread and confusion as lay vs. lie. This post will allay your fears.

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Need even more examples? Here you go:

  • When I get home, I’m going to lie in the hammock and relax.
  • In which room should I lay the new rug?
  • Yesterday, my dog lay on my lap and took a long nap.
  • Jim has lain on the sofa since noon.
  • Every night, Finn lies on his bed and sleeps inside his sleeping bag.

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victoriana1313:

About Vampira- love this.

victoriana1313:

About Vampira- love this.

(via backwards-and-in-high-heels)

the-girl-without-ed:

nothing says hope quite like flowers growing through the cracks in concrete

beauty can rise from ashes

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the-real-seebs:

hussarviking:

NEVER trust an adult who won’t apologize to a child

Wow. I’d never seen it put that way, but. Wow. That is a really good piece of advice.

(Source: thunreswine, via backwards-and-in-high-heels)

aplaceforart:

via lisacongdon on Etsy / more art here

infinite-waffles:

thtwhitegurrl:

slutdust:

I bought my friend an elephant for their room.

They said “Thank you.”

I said “Don’t mention it.”

Is there a joke here that 15 thousand people get but I don’t?

Yup

(via backwards-and-in-high-heels)

You’ll pry my Oxford comma from my cold, dead, and lifeless hands.

(Source: delgrosso, via mistakenbacon)


 Margaret Atwood writing The Handmaid’s Tale in Berlin, 1984.
(These days, her desk looks like this)