Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

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33 responses to Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

  1. I don’t speak a word of French, I know know exactly where that response is going. Sarcasm: the universal language (the picture helped too).

      1. It’s a part of lots of alphabets, and ‘the alphabet’ is a very vague phrase, so the schwa is a letter of ‘the alphabet’ for lots of people.

        1. Context clues matter, though.

          Specifically, the fact that “upside down” is an English phrase written using the standard 26 character modern English version of the Latin alphabet. And discussion of “the alphabet” in reference to that phrase carries the implication that modern English is the alphabet in question.

          Willfully ignoring that detail doesn’t make you “technically correct”, just “bad at basic communication skills”.

  2. I was born in a small town.
    And I no longer live in a small town.
    I don’t want to die in a small town.
    I wanted more possibilities.

  3. Hon hon hon! but yes! This is a potato!

    I love how pineapple says pineapple in English, this quite literally means “pine apple”, what kind of English man saw this:

    [pineapple]

    And said to himself: “ow this strange big fruit looks like a, how do you say, apple! Hmmm .. but rather an apple that grows in the pines … HU HU HU! OH YES IT’S A PINEAPPLE!

    You’ve seen it, we can do it as well … Hon. Hon.

  4. Pineapple explanation: it used to be that the fruits of various trees were generically called “apples”, including what we now call pine cones. When someone saw this weird tropical fruit they said “hey, it looks kind of like a pine apple!”; meaning it looked like a pine cone to them. Over time, the word “apple” as a generic for fruit went out of use, and we began calling pine “apples” pine cones; but the name “pineapple” for the tropical fruit stayed as is.

    1. Which is where the story of Adam & Eve and the apple comes from – it was never an actual apple, just a fruit.

    2. I would believe your explanation if pineapples grew on trees…. but they don’t. Pineapples grow on bushes.

      1. I said that they saw pineapples and said that they look like pine cones, which people were at the time calling “pine apples”. So the fact that pineapples grow on bushes doesn’t matter, just that they look kind of like something that does.

  5. People have been using the term China since before the U.S. was a thing.

    Most of these have been posted before, multiple times.

  6. My oldness is kicking in:

    If the lack of warmth between the bed and the shower is worthy of complaint in your mind, you are ill prepared for life.

    Just wait til the water bill is on your dime, and so you not only brush your teeth while it gets warm, but you also lecture your teenage daughter about her unreasonable shower duration.

    Then you remember that yours is a pampered life compared to the average global citizen.

    We as a society complain too much despite having it pretty damn good. End of rant.

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