student: can i borrow a pencil
teacher: i don't know, CAN you?
student: yes, also colloquial irregularities occur frequently in any language and since you and the rest of our present company understood my intended meaning being particular about the distinctions between "can" and "may" is purely pedantic and arguably pretentious
schmergo: Guys, if the groundhog saw his shadow and Richard III was discovered a few days later, does that mean that the winter of our discontent has officially been made glorious summer by the son of York?
He looked at me so sadly that I could have bitten my clumsy, stuttering...– Phantom, by Susan Kay. Day Two of the Fifteen Day Book Challenge: Post a quote from your favorite book. But seriously go read the whole thing. It’s beautiful. (via theunicornandtheraven)
a terrifying and imposing figure: For Phantom... →
charmedbalthazar: I help moderate the Phantom Reviewer’s proboard and a while back I made some playlists and did some statistics for the show. ——————- “Phantom Reviews: The Complete Series” on youtube and blip. The seasons were given cheesy titles because reasons. Note that some of the…
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punjabchild: I don’t know if anyone here on Tumblr has posted a list like this before, but I often find myself sadden about how many phans haven’t gotten a chance to see the classic and modern reinterpretations of our beloved story. I know not everyone is the big Phantom film nut like me but seriously can you…
Christine: *touches arm*
I know this is a great opportunity to drop names like Ernest Hemingway, Virginia...– Chris Colfer in the December 16th New York Times Book Review’s ”By The Book” column, in response to the question, “You’re inviting three writers to a literary dinner party. Who’s on the list?” (via vikingpenguinbooks)