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Assuage: to satisfy an appetite or a desire. It can also mean to make an unpleasant feeling less intense

"Funny Pics Part 2" by annaloves2dance ❤ liked on Polyvore

Pastor funny sarcastic novelty gift idea

My grandma tastes like grape. I regret nothing

House...just the word "House" is enough.

Dr House

I want sarcasm levels like that of Dr.

Pretty sure Grima would have been more normal-looking in the book, otherwise he'd not have been able to worm his way in.

The Pigeon Gazette :: 19

is Radio, rediscovered - Keep Studying II. () by MariejoFleury in Quebec

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - skulduggery - dishonorable proceedings

Skulduggery is an Americanism that arose in the early Beyond that, its origin is uncertain, though etymologists suggest that it may be related to the Scots word sculduddery meaning "fornication.

An overwhelming urge to kiss.

Abditory

Abditory-a hiding place.

I think I have this I really don't want to be forgotten by my old friends before I moved :(

and some nights I'm scared you'll forget me again.

I need to learn more languages!

Foreign terms that do not exist in the English language. Love the French one (I often feel this) and the Filipino one - every time I see my friends beautiful baby girl I get that feeling

Acquiesce, v: to consent or comply passively or without protest.

Acquiesce, v: to consent or comply passively or without protest.

How to Play Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock

The Big Big Bang! How to Play Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock! In love with Big Bang

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frigorific - causing or producing cold

pronunciation |  \nO-u-sfEr\ (NOH-uh-sfeer)                                    #noosphere, english, noun, origin: greek, origin: french, knowledge, thought, consciousness, words, other-wordly, otherwordly, definitions, N,

Noonsphere: the sum of human thought, knowledge and culture. Pronunciation: nO-u-sfEr (NOH-uh-sfeer)

Many good points, though she forgets that one needs to earn respect to get it (and both ways).  Possible example of effective persuasive writing.

A 16 year old writes a letter to the Times. Not funny, but ohhh SO TRUE.

A German term which describes the process of being vicariously embarrassed by someone else. For example when somebody's concept for a great party g...

A German term which describes the process of being vicariously embarrassed by someone else.

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