Posts Tagged ‘english’

23 Names of Emotions You Feel, but Can’t Explain

I came across one of those anonymous Facebook graphics that one normally tends to ignore, but for some reason it caught my attention and being someone who is interested in both language and psychology, the combination of the two was interesting to me. Here are 23 names for feelings you likely experience often, but never…

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7 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From My Dog

Some of you might be familiar with Logan. You may have seen him in the hundreds of photos I’ve posted on my personal Facebook page, because, how can you resist that face? But, what you may not realize about Logan is that he has a knack for teaching you life lessons, even though he tends…

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Why We Should Stop Calling People “Real”

Alright, I admit it. I did write an article in the past titled “10 Ways To Know You’re Dating A Real Man.” Shortly after, as you can see, I changed the title because I didn’t really like the sound of it. I admit I’d fallen into the trap of endless memes and articles online about…

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5 Slang Terms That Need To Stop. Now.

The English language is being increasingly butchered by short-text mediums used to communicate. Text messaging and Twitter are the two biggest offenders, that I can think of. People are forced to squish and shorten words in order to fit them into a certain character limit. Conveying grammatically correct, well formed thoughts into 140 characters poses…

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