yahoo answers got way more servicey

yahoo answers got way more servicey

i love this staging and i love Shrooq’s between-verse sortadance and i love how at least 40% of the (reclining!) backup singers just couldn’t care less

emilyaldenfoster:

Onomastics is the study of names. 

Have you ever wondered why there are so many names for hot dogs and so few for french fries? This is the zine for you! 

Have you ever met someone who seems to have invented an entire vocabulary of slang that only they can understand? 
This is a zine made by one of those people! 

Are you fascinated by how things are named, and why one name sticks while others don’t? 
This is the zine for you!

This zine does not include any scholarly information about the field of onomastics, but it does include lists of silly names/nicknames for hot dogs, french fries, types of dogs and bees, a baby girl, and both of my cats. At the end there are vocabulary quizzes where you have to guess the meanings of words that my friend Gregg and I use all the time, like “mushmouth” “pigfruit” and “bunny ones.”

Buy it here

I wrote/aggregated the foreword! emilyaldenfoster:

Onomastics is the study of names. 

Have you ever wondered why there are so many names for hot dogs and so few for french fries? This is the zine for you! 

Have you ever met someone who seems to have invented an entire vocabulary of slang that only they can understand? 
This is a zine made by one of those people! 

Are you fascinated by how things are named, and why one name sticks while others don’t? 
This is the zine for you!

This zine does not include any scholarly information about the field of onomastics, but it does include lists of silly names/nicknames for hot dogs, french fries, types of dogs and bees, a baby girl, and both of my cats. At the end there are vocabulary quizzes where you have to guess the meanings of words that my friend Gregg and I use all the time, like “mushmouth” “pigfruit” and “bunny ones.”

Buy it here

I wrote/aggregated the foreword! emilyaldenfoster:

Onomastics is the study of names. 

Have you ever wondered why there are so many names for hot dogs and so few for french fries? This is the zine for you! 

Have you ever met someone who seems to have invented an entire vocabulary of slang that only they can understand? 
This is a zine made by one of those people! 

Are you fascinated by how things are named, and why one name sticks while others don’t? 
This is the zine for you!

This zine does not include any scholarly information about the field of onomastics, but it does include lists of silly names/nicknames for hot dogs, french fries, types of dogs and bees, a baby girl, and both of my cats. At the end there are vocabulary quizzes where you have to guess the meanings of words that my friend Gregg and I use all the time, like “mushmouth” “pigfruit” and “bunny ones.”

Buy it here

I wrote/aggregated the foreword! emilyaldenfoster:

Onomastics is the study of names. 

Have you ever wondered why there are so many names for hot dogs and so few for french fries? This is the zine for you! 

Have you ever met someone who seems to have invented an entire vocabulary of slang that only they can understand? 
This is a zine made by one of those people! 

Are you fascinated by how things are named, and why one name sticks while others don’t? 
This is the zine for you!

This zine does not include any scholarly information about the field of onomastics, but it does include lists of silly names/nicknames for hot dogs, french fries, types of dogs and bees, a baby girl, and both of my cats. At the end there are vocabulary quizzes where you have to guess the meanings of words that my friend Gregg and I use all the time, like “mushmouth” “pigfruit” and “bunny ones.”

Buy it here

I wrote/aggregated the foreword! emilyaldenfoster:

Onomastics is the study of names. 

Have you ever wondered why there are so many names for hot dogs and so few for french fries? This is the zine for you! 

Have you ever met someone who seems to have invented an entire vocabulary of slang that only they can understand? 
This is a zine made by one of those people! 

Are you fascinated by how things are named, and why one name sticks while others don’t? 
This is the zine for you!

This zine does not include any scholarly information about the field of onomastics, but it does include lists of silly names/nicknames for hot dogs, french fries, types of dogs and bees, a baby girl, and both of my cats. At the end there are vocabulary quizzes where you have to guess the meanings of words that my friend Gregg and I use all the time, like “mushmouth” “pigfruit” and “bunny ones.”

Buy it here

I wrote/aggregated the foreword!

emilyaldenfoster:

Onomastics is the study of names.

Have you ever wondered why there are so many names for hot dogs and so few for french fries? This is the zine for you!

Have you ever met someone who seems to have invented an entire vocabulary of slang that only they can understand?
This is a zine made by one of those people!

Are you fascinated by how things are named, and why one name sticks while others don’t?
This is the zine for you!

This zine does not include any scholarly information about the field of onomastics, but it does include lists of silly names/nicknames for hot dogs, french fries, types of dogs and bees, a baby girl, and both of my cats. At the end there are vocabulary quizzes where you have to guess the meanings of words that my friend Gregg and I use all the time, like “mushmouth” “pigfruit” and “bunny ones.”

Buy it here

I wrote/aggregated the foreword!

daniel-giles:

Late Romance
2014
security mirror, spray paint

daniel-giles:

Late Romance

2014

security mirror, spray paint

i enjoyed the heck out of this

amnhnyc:

Each year, the Museum’s 94-foot long, 21,000-pound blue whale model gets spruced up during its annual cleaning, and this year, you’re invited to watch. Tune in Tuesday, July 8 at 11:30 am EST as members of the American Museum of Natural History’s Exhibition department use long-handled brushes and vacuums to wipe away the dust from the iconic model: http://bit.ly/1zloUM4

AMNHNYC has legit amazing social media game

amnhnyc:

Each year, the Museum’s 94-foot long, 21,000-pound blue whale model gets spruced up during its annual cleaning, and this year, you’re invited to watch. Tune in Tuesday, July 8 at 11:30 am EST as members of the American Museum of Natural History’s Exhibition department use long-handled brushes and vacuums to wipe away the dust from the iconic model: http://bit.ly/1zloUM4

AMNHNYC has legit amazing social media game

(Source: kinja.amnh.org)

ohmarjorie:

Shirokuma’s Recipe #1!This took much longer than I thought it would to clean up and re-text. I took a bit of liberty with a couple of the translations and am fairly happy with how it turned out, but I would also love to get feedback on both my translation and my scan, as this is my first time doing anything like this.  ohmarjorie:

Shirokuma’s Recipe #1!This took much longer than I thought it would to clean up and re-text. I took a bit of liberty with a couple of the translations and am fairly happy with how it turned out, but I would also love to get feedback on both my translation and my scan, as this is my first time doing anything like this. 

ohmarjorie:

Shirokuma’s Recipe #1!
This took much longer than I thought it would to clean up and re-text. I took a bit of liberty with a couple of the translations and am fairly happy with how it turned out, but I would also love to get feedback on both my translation and my scan, as this is my first time doing anything like this. 

(via barthegrizzly)

tusksfamily:

"Alsjeblieft, dankjewel" (Please, thank you)
by Jurrian Schrofer
1971

tusksfamily:

"Alsjeblieft, dankjewel" (Please, thank you)
by Jurrian Schrofer
1971

q: whats channing doing (at any time) a: watching nintendogs corruptions

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