no-one-gets-to-me

straight-as-a-curly-fry:

komlin:

livingonmusicals:

komlin:

livingonmusicals:

komlin:

livingonmusicals:

ok y’all 

how do i ask a boy out 

roses are red
violets are blue
guess what, my bed
has room for two

OH MY GOD NO

twinkle twinkle little star
we can do it in a car

STOP IT

row, row, row your boat
gently down the stream
merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily
i can make you scream

I feel like the last one is verging dangerously into serial killer territory

suburbanwhitemum

suburbanwhitemum:

olivia-of-rohan:

suburbanwhitemum:

bakwaz:

a fun fact: when an english word has a silent e at the end, that means the previous vowel is to say it’s name. see: chaste, file, cute, hyperbole, discrete. of course, the exception is always y 

Hyperbole is pronounced high per ba lee sorry

Depends on where you come from. With a charleston accent it is hy-per-BOH-lee

Are we talking about English grammar or accents?