February 29th, 2012
Someone who uses terrible punctuation and couldn’t spell if their life depended on it. You are either grammatically challanged by nature, or you have been exposed to txt talkers too long.
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November 17th, 2011

sashay, verb
To walk in an ostentatious yet casual manner, typically with exaggerated movements of the hips and shoulders

sashay, verb

To walk in an ostentatious yet casual manner, typically with exaggerated movements of the hips and shoulders

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November 15th, 2011
Shakespeare’s Insults.

Shakespeare’s Insults.

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Things we say today which we owe to Shakespeare.

Things we say today which we owe to Shakespeare.

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November 14th, 2011
fyeahvocab:

Prima facie is from the Latin phrase meaning “at first appearance.” In law, it is what’s sufficient to establish a fact or a case unless disproved.

fyeahvocab:

Prima facie is from the Latin phrase meaning “at first appearance.” In law, it is what’s sufficient to establish a fact or a case unless disproved.