Sips Attempting Life

Sep 16, 2014

hipster-trichster:

marina-peixes:

svvords:

Why are shorts called shorts but pants arent called longs

she wears short shorts I wear long longs

she’s cheer cheerer and i’m on the sit sits

(Source: wasiangod, via allteensrelate)

Sep 16, 2014

bussykiller:

getting home and being able to take off your pants more like

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(via allteensrelate)

Sep 16, 2014

"I MEAN, WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF?"

Sep 16, 2014

gaytiers:

when people walk really slowly in front of me and then stop in the middle of the hallway to talk to somebody

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(via bach-at-it-again)

Sep 16, 2014

castiel-knight-of-hell:

sirius-remus-potter:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

azrael-di-angelo:

popculturesavvyangel:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

fun fact: Pig ‘n a poke isn’t  just a breakfast item, it’s a double euphemism that describes the plot of this episode
Pig ‘n a poke is slang for getting a bad deal, which is what Dean got all the Tuesdays he was in Mystery Spot. Back in the olden days people would go to market and buy a suckling pig to raise. The shop owner would put the piglet into a bag, or poke, for them to carry home. But if the customer wasn’t paying attention the shop owner might cheat them by putting a cat in the poke instead. The customer would go home, open the poke to retrieve their pig but a cat would run out of the bag. That’s why let the cat out of the bag is slang for revealing a secret
When Gabriel ate his pancakes with strawberry syrup instead of his usual maple he let the cat out of the bag. And because Sam was being vigilant and noticed this he didn’t get stuck with another pig ‘n a poke Tuesday

the more you know holy fuck

This is one show I’m okay with people analyzing like this because OMG

Supernatural is a great show to analyze because we know that writers like Jeremy Carver and Robbie Thompson like to use subtext to help tell their stories. And Jeremy seems fond of wordplay so his episodes are especially fun to interpret

I don’t know about the rest of it (too lazy to do research right now) but the cat out of the bag part is untrue. The origin of that phrase was about barn cats. Of course, none of them were spayed or neutered, so they had babies. Like, a lot. As there was nothing to feed the cats, as soon as the kittens were born, they would be put in a bag and drowned. The phrase ‘the cat’s out of the bag’ comes from when the kittens would escape the bag before they were drowned and the children of the farmer’s would essentially freak out.

I did take time to research these and let the cat out of the bag datesback to medieval Europe because of cats being used in the pig ‘n a poke swindles. My sources are various books on euphemisms and the History channel show America’s Secret Slang. Google searches will turn up many results for euphemism pages that discuss this, here’s one of them (x)
there’s an urban legend that the phrase refers to drowning cats in bags but I’ve never seen that in any respected book about the history of euphemisms

castiel-knight-of-hell:

sirius-remus-potter:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

azrael-di-angelo:

popculturesavvyangel:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

fun fact: Pig ‘n a poke isn’t  just a breakfast item, it’s a double euphemism that describes the plot of this episode

Pig ‘n a poke is slang for getting a bad deal, which is what Dean got all the Tuesdays he was in Mystery Spot. Back in the olden days people would go to market and buy a suckling pig to raise. The shop owner would put the piglet into a bag, or poke, for them to carry home. But if the customer wasn’t paying attention the shop owner might cheat them by putting a cat in the poke instead. The customer would go home, open the poke to retrieve their pig but a cat would run out of the bag. That’s why let the cat out of the bag is slang for revealing a secret

When Gabriel ate his pancakes with strawberry syrup instead of his usual maple he let the cat out of the bag. And because Sam was being vigilant and noticed this he didn’t get stuck with another pig ‘n a poke Tuesday

the more you know holy fuck

This is one show I’m okay with people analyzing like this because OMG

Supernatural is a great show to analyze because we know that writers like Jeremy Carver and Robbie Thompson like to use subtext to help tell their stories. And Jeremy seems fond of wordplay so his episodes are especially fun to interpret

I don’t know about the rest of it (too lazy to do research right now) but the cat out of the bag part is untrue. The origin of that phrase was about barn cats. Of course, none of them were spayed or neutered, so they had babies. Like, a lot. As there was nothing to feed the cats, as soon as the kittens were born, they would be put in a bag and drowned. The phrase ‘the cat’s out of the bag’ comes from when the kittens would escape the bag before they were drowned and the children of the farmer’s would essentially freak out.

I did take time to research these and let the cat out of the bag datesback to medieval Europe because of cats being used in the pig ‘n a poke swindles. My sources are various books on euphemisms and the History channel show America’s Secret Slang. Google searches will turn up many results for euphemism pages that discuss this, here’s one of them (x)

there’s an urban legend that the phrase refers to drowning cats in bags but I’ve never seen that in any respected book about the history of euphemisms

(via lost-gallifreyan-girl)

Sep 16, 2014

bewbin:

bewbin:

Now that I’m an adult I have to make more serious posts

Briefcase

(via allteensrelate)

Sep 16, 2014

timeywimeyhobbit:

why does my body keep  producing acne why can’t you focus on more important things like growing wings or making me hot 

Acne actually can help make you hot. If you never had acne you’d have heavy wrinkles in your forties.

(via ughbenedict)

Sep 16, 2014

prongsmydeer:

Harry Potter AU where someone sees Harry in his cousin’s over-sized clothing with his underfed body and hears him casually mention the cupboard in which he sleeps and calls the fucking police

(via allteensrelate)

Sep 16, 2014

lameboob:

"so what do you see yourself doing in the future?"
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(via allteensrelate)

Sep 16, 2014