When I look at myself, I look at form as a function of function. When I look at others I look at their form as a function of lifestyle. I see body builders invested in growing more lines, I see large people, and their resilience of what they cope with. I see skinny people, and their frailty and their needs worn on the outside of their bodies.
is the word “spooky” a colloquialism or is it -i don’t know even know how to say this correctly- a vernacular term?
vernacular = typical, native language or dialect
colloquialism = informal language (can’t instead of cannot, i’d instead of i would, etc), sometimes includes slang
drake look like a 36 year old white dude walking into the club for the first time in yearsssss
Do you understand what people mean when they say “black lives matter” and do you understand what is wrong with the response “all lives matter?”
– paul f. tompkins