TO LAMBAST(E)

Verb:

  • To scold, reprimand or criticize harshly. [W]

Watch Stephen Colbert lambast the NSA and Snowden at security conference' [X]

TO RICKROLL

Verb:

  • To coax one into clicking on a hyperlink which leads to something other than what is claimed. 
  • To harass with misleading hyperlinks of this kind. [W]

Rickroll your site visitors on nodes of your choice.

itsmeaveryd:

lesbiansinwesteros:

deucalio:

I’m 20 years old and I still can’t spell unessarcaryccery

a shirt has one Collar, two Sleeves

Necessary

you dear sir, have changed my life

(via englishmajorhumor)

TO ENGRAFT

Verb:

  • To fix firmly into place.

[W]

PIECEMEAL

Adjective:

  • Made or done in pieces or one stage at a time. [W]

Do we combine the characteristics of an object in a piecemeal way in perception—

SUPERCILIOUS

Adjective:

  • Arrogantly superior; showing contemptuous indifference; haughty.

[W]

TO BROWBEAT

Verb:

  • To bully in an intimidating, bossy, or supercilious way. [W]

Too many mainstream game studios build their opening tutorials to leave no possibility of misunderstanding — they browbeat you out of fear that you won’t get it.' [X]

MIFFED

Adjective:

Euro registrars miffed about ICANN privacy delays

Once you discover that you can, you must. — Al Jarreau (via lavenderreveries)

(via accomplsh)

SIMILE

Noun:

  • A figure of speech in which one thing is compared to another, in the case of English generally using like or as. [W]

simile is like a metaphor.’