Capitol of New Jersey

Tower of gold

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fins-and-frills asked: Trenton! <33 Hou ar ye? A had a lot o fun last week wit ye! Let's do it again in the week!

fins-and-frills:

capitol-of-nj:

I’m good, finishing up a bit of reading. We can do it again this Friday, for sure. Let me know my place or yours.

As muckle as A loue yer family, ma place has a wee more privacy ;)

It’s quieter too.

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fins-and-frills asked: Trenton! <33 Hou ar ye? A had a lot o fun last week wit ye! Let's do it again in the week!

I’m good, finishing up a bit of reading. We can do it again this Friday, for sure. Let me know my place or yours.

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fins-and-frills asked: Hey, Trenton. A wanted tae kin wit ye ar up tae fer the week? Do ye want tae come o'er fer dinner ?

fins-and-frills:

capitol-of-nj:

fins-and-frills:

capitol-of-nj:

I have a paper due on Wednesday but it’s already done. I’d love dinner over your house. I feel like I haven’t been there in ages.

Sounds fintastic! A luik forward tae it!!! ;))

What night?

Friday sound guid?

Friday is perfect.

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fins-and-frills asked: Hey, Trenton. A wanted tae kin wit ye ar up tae fer the week? Do ye want tae come o'er fer dinner ?

fins-and-frills:

capitol-of-nj:

I have a paper due on Wednesday but it’s already done. I’d love dinner over your house. I feel like I haven’t been there in ages.

Sounds fintastic! A luik forward tae it!!! ;))

What night?

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fins-and-frills asked: Hey, Trenton. A wanted tae kin wit ye ar up tae fer the week? Do ye want tae come o'er fer dinner ?

I have a paper due on Wednesday but it’s already done. I’d love dinner over your house. I feel like I haven’t been there in ages.

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dude dont touch my cape: When Your Writing Feels Bad/Bland

writeworld:

Four things:

  1. Keep writing. This might seem like a no brainer, but it’s much harder to actually do than it is to talk about doing. Writing breeds writing, and, like in anything else, practicing is how you improve. Nothing but nothing is going to get you where you want to be as a writer faster than actually, honest-to-goodness writing.
  2. Actively pursue better writing. Read authors who you admire and take notes on what you like about their work. Expand your vocabulary and practice varying your sentence structure. Work on word choice. Drag yourself outside of your comfort zone. Working toward improvement instead of telling yourself you’re bad (we know how I feel about “bad”) is much more productive.
  3. Edit and rewrite. Acknowledge that no one can write a perfect manuscript on their first draft and you’ll be much happier. Give yourself permission to suck. Just get your ideas down on paper, then go back later and make your edits.
  4. Find someone whose critiques you respect. That means this person needs to be someone who gives good critiques and someone from whom you can take critique. If you’re comfortable with hearing another person’s opinions on your work, getting a solid second opinion is a great way to improve your writing.

If you can do those things, you’ve got this writing thing in the bag!

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Quietly Thinking Aloud: andywooo: nevvzealand: if horrific means horrible why does terrific...

alexandraerin:

andywooo:

nevvzealand:

if horrific means horrible why does terrific not mean terrible i hate the english language

yo

terrific used to be to terrible as horrific is to horrible

but then around 1809 it started being more just like something really big that happened, like something really severe

and then i dont know what the fuck happened in 1888 but thats the first record of it being used as a good thing

anyway point is

language evolves and i think thats really cool and not a reason to hate the english language at all!

“Awesome” and “awful” have a similar story.

(Source: moseby, via lemonade-cat)