This graphic is fabulous. It represents a tiny crash course in rhetoric. Learn these things. Put them on your wall. Whisper them into the breeze. These are THINGS TO KNOW.
Bookmark this shit and the next time someone begins gobbling nonsense at you on a social network, instead of engaging, point them to this handy chart. Also useful: Thought Catalog’s “How To Have A Rational Conversation" flowchart.
genuinely trying to avoid my shitty philosophy assignment geared towards definitions, and this pops up -.-
GUYS, IT’S ANOTHER TUMBLR GIVEAWAY
♡ giving away: one $100 e-giftcard to ModCloth ♡
Come and celebrate the end of this year with me! This giveaway ends on New Year’s Eve at midnight of course, and it’s the second installment of the Countdown to the New Year giveaways!
All you have to do to enter is reblog this post; each reblog equals one entry!
- no giveaway blogs
- max. of 5 entries a day per blog
If you haven’t entered in the big New Year’s giveaway, then click here to do so! Don’t miss out; there are six more giftcards being given away!
And if you can’t quite wait for New Year’s Eve, then you can always sign up using ModCloth’s friends program to get $15 off your purchase when you sign up for a new account.
Hope the rest of your year goes splendidly, and good luck! - E
Shout out to my crew: people that were told they were brilliant as children and then went on to be below average adults. We ride together, we disappoint our parents together.
TV Characters You Didn’t Know Were Married in Real Life
The How I Met Your Mother cast sure do get around….
Let’s not forget that
SCOOTER WAS DAVID BURTKA
HOW THE FUCK DID I MISS THAT
**Also that episode of “The Big Bang Theory” where Sheldon is trying to make more friends, and he asks a guy at the other table in the cafeteria if he can have his number (in a total ‘wanna date’ kind of way)… that guy is actually Jim Parsons boyfriend :3