I couldn’t think of the word for tea so I said England water
This is absolutely amazing. She’s speaking absolute jibberish in pitch-perfect accents (at least for the ones I’m fluent in, but the rest sound pretty great too). I am in awe. Her Swedish anterior vowels are freaking PERFECT. <3
She does use a few keywords at least for certain languages, like “bonjour” for French, which adds to the sense that you can almost understand it (at least for a second-language speaker or if you imagine you’re in a crowded room).
Another person who’s famous for doing impressions of languages while not actually speaking them was Sid Caesar, who called it “double-talk”. Here’s a Language Log post on how he learned it.
and here to your left we see society’s impossible to obtain standards for women
this makes me sick
I want to punch something.
robin you stupid fuck
when you say a joke in front of a big group and no one laughs
"what do you want to do with your life?"
okay I usually try to make it a rule to not reblog things to this blog
but exceptions must be made
I may or may not have drawn a series of Edgar Allan Poe cartoon portraits and put it on my english teachers office door….
This makes me bitterly sick.
I think I vomited a littlw
If a dead ancestor doesn’t appear in the sky to stop me, it can’t be that bad of a decision
damn, i just got SERVED. by my waitress. this restaurant is excellent.
an octopus is just a wet spider
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE