tastefullyoffensive:

[threepanelsoul]

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michaelkirkbride:

Now that Katy Hargrove has designed Jubal and Hir, here is the finalized version of pages 6-7, by Ksenia Mamaeva

michaelkirkbride:

Now that Katy Hargrove has designed Jubal and Hir, here is the finalized version of pages 6-7, by Ksenia Mamaeva

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

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alanmorlock:

Guardians of the Galaxy (1995)

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"do not tell me
that you and i are
meant to be.
tell me there is every chance
that all the forces in the universe
could try to tear us
apart
and tell me that you
want to stay anyway."

fate is the easy way out, by J. L. Black (via jacobintransit)

(via wretchedoftheearth)

"

The authority you need here to coin a word is gonna be a dictionary, and before we talk about how to get into one, we need to deconstruct the idea of what a dictionary is. Which may seem a little dumb, but I promise you, most lexicographers (dictionary-writers) have exactly the opposite view on language than people think they do.

Dictionaries are mostly used by prescriptivists, that is, people looking for the One True Spelling (or Meaning) of a particular word. The dictionary is correct and flawless and complete, and deviations from it are by definition (heh) wrong. Hence the idea that any word not in the dictionary is not a “real” word.

But dictonaries are mostly made by descriptivists. Rather than prescribing correct usages and spellings, lexicographers are describing the language as they find it. They take in thousands of examples of words in use, whether from well-established academic texts or from awesome pop song mashups, and try to write a definition that covers those usages. And since people are constantly using language in new ways, the dictionary is never complete and never totally correct.

"

The Language Nerd, on “To Coin a Phrase”

Came across a blog with some nice, concise posts about language and linguistics. Check it out

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captainstormwind:

the truth is out there.

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LGBT in the Elder Scrolls

ladynerevar:

The question of LGBT people in TES comes up rather frequently, so I thought I’d try to put together a list of characters and references. Please do add to this list, since I’m sure I’ve missed some (especially from ESO)

Daggerfall

The Jokes book qips about homosexuality in the Khajiiti navy