PLEASE SHARE We have successfully unlocked both special videos of blue era, congratulations wenees Can we add lose into our streaming list and unlock last special video?? it's so close to reaching 10M, please spread the word. https://youtu.be/q3eSaQaDDPE https://youtu.be/lU7yBv3tkwA pic.twitter.com/thI354hrch
Polish word of the day: mizeria (cucumber and sour cream salad). The much-loved side dish has an incongruous Latin name meaning "misery" or "deprivation". Probably due to its status as a simple, modest, "poor-man's" dish. Today's word brought to you on request from a reader. pic.twitter.com/cA0TbC3Dzu
Word of the day: SMYSTER (19th century Scots) - to smile to yourself while daydreaming
when agastya rao asked, "what is love anyways?" and answered, "a four letter word for self inflicted pain", i didn't relate to it back then, but now the way i'm relating to everything he said now is just heartbreaking
Twitter has taught me that people really do not understand the differences between cultural insensitivity, prejudice, and racism. I am of the firm belief it is a strategy to dilute the seriousness and severity of the word racism.