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dangerscissor:

kippy413:

dangerscissor:

i appreciate how immersive the gameplay is in x/y

That crow is so cute

yes she is thank you

D’awww

(via grapegoat)

xnotpossible:

holnnes:


How to Britpick your own fanfiction by an English Sherlockian who get unreasonably annoyed when people use the wrong slang

Other useful links:
Britpicking by Unknowable Wiki
American words not widely used in the UK
Words with different meanings in the UK: 1-2
My askbox (for any other questions you might have)
(Of course this doesn’t just apply to Sherlock, but any British characters.) 

I would like to add a few things.
Firstly, it is more common to find Primary schools than Infants & Junior schools, but most Primary schools are split into Infants and Juniors internally (They’re the same school but have a separate playground for infantas and juniors, and it’s always a big deal when you go up to the juniors). Also, I have never heard anyone refer to the school you go to after Primary as Senior school. In my experience it’s more commonly called Secondary school or Comprehensive school (comp for short). The difference between sixth form and college is that sixth form is basically the same as comp, but in college you get way more freedom.
We also have various bank holidays throughout the year, and it would be best for you to google them. In Wales we have Saint David’s day which is a big thing, but England doesn’t have that. There’s also Saint Patrick’s day in Ireland and I think St George’s day in England, but I’m not sure how big those two are. Also in schools there are teacher training days (more commonly called inset days) where the kids don’t go to school.
You can also call your grandma nanna.
Also for the love of God remember that the temperature is different. I once read a fanfic where the author literally said ‘It was a cool 85 degree summer day and so they were having a BBQ outside’. Like no. 85 degrees is bloody boiling here. No one will be outside having a BBQ. They will be inside in front of their fans. We rarely get weather this hot though. Like probably not even once a year will it go to 85 degrees.


I see this and my mind buzzes at how much overlap there is and isn’t.
xnotpossible:

holnnes:


How to Britpick your own fanfiction by an English Sherlockian who get unreasonably annoyed when people use the wrong slang

Other useful links:
Britpicking by Unknowable Wiki
American words not widely used in the UK
Words with different meanings in the UK: 1-2
My askbox (for any other questions you might have)
(Of course this doesn’t just apply to Sherlock, but any British characters.) 

I would like to add a few things.
Firstly, it is more common to find Primary schools than Infants & Junior schools, but most Primary schools are split into Infants and Juniors internally (They’re the same school but have a separate playground for infantas and juniors, and it’s always a big deal when you go up to the juniors). Also, I have never heard anyone refer to the school you go to after Primary as Senior school. In my experience it’s more commonly called Secondary school or Comprehensive school (comp for short). The difference between sixth form and college is that sixth form is basically the same as comp, but in college you get way more freedom.
We also have various bank holidays throughout the year, and it would be best for you to google them. In Wales we have Saint David’s day which is a big thing, but England doesn’t have that. There’s also Saint Patrick’s day in Ireland and I think St George’s day in England, but I’m not sure how big those two are. Also in schools there are teacher training days (more commonly called inset days) where the kids don’t go to school.
You can also call your grandma nanna.
Also for the love of God remember that the temperature is different. I once read a fanfic where the author literally said ‘It was a cool 85 degree summer day and so they were having a BBQ outside’. Like no. 85 degrees is bloody boiling here. No one will be outside having a BBQ. They will be inside in front of their fans. We rarely get weather this hot though. Like probably not even once a year will it go to 85 degrees.


I see this and my mind buzzes at how much overlap there is and isn’t.
xnotpossible:

holnnes:


How to Britpick your own fanfiction by an English Sherlockian who get unreasonably annoyed when people use the wrong slang

Other useful links:
Britpicking by Unknowable Wiki
American words not widely used in the UK
Words with different meanings in the UK: 1-2
My askbox (for any other questions you might have)
(Of course this doesn’t just apply to Sherlock, but any British characters.) 

I would like to add a few things.
Firstly, it is more common to find Primary schools than Infants & Junior schools, but most Primary schools are split into Infants and Juniors internally (They’re the same school but have a separate playground for infantas and juniors, and it’s always a big deal when you go up to the juniors). Also, I have never heard anyone refer to the school you go to after Primary as Senior school. In my experience it’s more commonly called Secondary school or Comprehensive school (comp for short). The difference between sixth form and college is that sixth form is basically the same as comp, but in college you get way more freedom.
We also have various bank holidays throughout the year, and it would be best for you to google them. In Wales we have Saint David’s day which is a big thing, but England doesn’t have that. There’s also Saint Patrick’s day in Ireland and I think St George’s day in England, but I’m not sure how big those two are. Also in schools there are teacher training days (more commonly called inset days) where the kids don’t go to school.
You can also call your grandma nanna.
Also for the love of God remember that the temperature is different. I once read a fanfic where the author literally said ‘It was a cool 85 degree summer day and so they were having a BBQ outside’. Like no. 85 degrees is bloody boiling here. No one will be outside having a BBQ. They will be inside in front of their fans. We rarely get weather this hot though. Like probably not even once a year will it go to 85 degrees.


I see this and my mind buzzes at how much overlap there is and isn’t.
xnotpossible:

holnnes:


How to Britpick your own fanfiction by an English Sherlockian who get unreasonably annoyed when people use the wrong slang

Other useful links:
Britpicking by Unknowable Wiki
American words not widely used in the UK
Words with different meanings in the UK: 1-2
My askbox (for any other questions you might have)
(Of course this doesn’t just apply to Sherlock, but any British characters.) 

I would like to add a few things.
Firstly, it is more common to find Primary schools than Infants & Junior schools, but most Primary schools are split into Infants and Juniors internally (They’re the same school but have a separate playground for infantas and juniors, and it’s always a big deal when you go up to the juniors). Also, I have never heard anyone refer to the school you go to after Primary as Senior school. In my experience it’s more commonly called Secondary school or Comprehensive school (comp for short). The difference between sixth form and college is that sixth form is basically the same as comp, but in college you get way more freedom.
We also have various bank holidays throughout the year, and it would be best for you to google them. In Wales we have Saint David’s day which is a big thing, but England doesn’t have that. There’s also Saint Patrick’s day in Ireland and I think St George’s day in England, but I’m not sure how big those two are. Also in schools there are teacher training days (more commonly called inset days) where the kids don’t go to school.
You can also call your grandma nanna.
Also for the love of God remember that the temperature is different. I once read a fanfic where the author literally said ‘It was a cool 85 degree summer day and so they were having a BBQ outside’. Like no. 85 degrees is bloody boiling here. No one will be outside having a BBQ. They will be inside in front of their fans. We rarely get weather this hot though. Like probably not even once a year will it go to 85 degrees.


I see this and my mind buzzes at how much overlap there is and isn’t.
xnotpossible:

holnnes:


How to Britpick your own fanfiction by an English Sherlockian who get unreasonably annoyed when people use the wrong slang

Other useful links:
Britpicking by Unknowable Wiki
American words not widely used in the UK
Words with different meanings in the UK: 1-2
My askbox (for any other questions you might have)
(Of course this doesn’t just apply to Sherlock, but any British characters.) 

I would like to add a few things.
Firstly, it is more common to find Primary schools than Infants & Junior schools, but most Primary schools are split into Infants and Juniors internally (They’re the same school but have a separate playground for infantas and juniors, and it’s always a big deal when you go up to the juniors). Also, I have never heard anyone refer to the school you go to after Primary as Senior school. In my experience it’s more commonly called Secondary school or Comprehensive school (comp for short). The difference between sixth form and college is that sixth form is basically the same as comp, but in college you get way more freedom.
We also have various bank holidays throughout the year, and it would be best for you to google them. In Wales we have Saint David’s day which is a big thing, but England doesn’t have that. There’s also Saint Patrick’s day in Ireland and I think St George’s day in England, but I’m not sure how big those two are. Also in schools there are teacher training days (more commonly called inset days) where the kids don’t go to school.
You can also call your grandma nanna.
Also for the love of God remember that the temperature is different. I once read a fanfic where the author literally said ‘It was a cool 85 degree summer day and so they were having a BBQ outside’. Like no. 85 degrees is bloody boiling here. No one will be outside having a BBQ. They will be inside in front of their fans. We rarely get weather this hot though. Like probably not even once a year will it go to 85 degrees.


I see this and my mind buzzes at how much overlap there is and isn’t.
xnotpossible:

holnnes:


How to Britpick your own fanfiction by an English Sherlockian who get unreasonably annoyed when people use the wrong slang

Other useful links:
Britpicking by Unknowable Wiki
American words not widely used in the UK
Words with different meanings in the UK: 1-2
My askbox (for any other questions you might have)
(Of course this doesn’t just apply to Sherlock, but any British characters.) 

I would like to add a few things.
Firstly, it is more common to find Primary schools than Infants & Junior schools, but most Primary schools are split into Infants and Juniors internally (They’re the same school but have a separate playground for infantas and juniors, and it’s always a big deal when you go up to the juniors). Also, I have never heard anyone refer to the school you go to after Primary as Senior school. In my experience it’s more commonly called Secondary school or Comprehensive school (comp for short). The difference between sixth form and college is that sixth form is basically the same as comp, but in college you get way more freedom.
We also have various bank holidays throughout the year, and it would be best for you to google them. In Wales we have Saint David’s day which is a big thing, but England doesn’t have that. There’s also Saint Patrick’s day in Ireland and I think St George’s day in England, but I’m not sure how big those two are. Also in schools there are teacher training days (more commonly called inset days) where the kids don’t go to school.
You can also call your grandma nanna.
Also for the love of God remember that the temperature is different. I once read a fanfic where the author literally said ‘It was a cool 85 degree summer day and so they were having a BBQ outside’. Like no. 85 degrees is bloody boiling here. No one will be outside having a BBQ. They will be inside in front of their fans. We rarely get weather this hot though. Like probably not even once a year will it go to 85 degrees.


I see this and my mind buzzes at how much overlap there is and isn’t.
xnotpossible:

holnnes:


How to Britpick your own fanfiction by an English Sherlockian who get unreasonably annoyed when people use the wrong slang

Other useful links:
Britpicking by Unknowable Wiki
American words not widely used in the UK
Words with different meanings in the UK: 1-2
My askbox (for any other questions you might have)
(Of course this doesn’t just apply to Sherlock, but any British characters.) 

I would like to add a few things.
Firstly, it is more common to find Primary schools than Infants & Junior schools, but most Primary schools are split into Infants and Juniors internally (They’re the same school but have a separate playground for infantas and juniors, and it’s always a big deal when you go up to the juniors). Also, I have never heard anyone refer to the school you go to after Primary as Senior school. In my experience it’s more commonly called Secondary school or Comprehensive school (comp for short). The difference between sixth form and college is that sixth form is basically the same as comp, but in college you get way more freedom.
We also have various bank holidays throughout the year, and it would be best for you to google them. In Wales we have Saint David’s day which is a big thing, but England doesn’t have that. There’s also Saint Patrick’s day in Ireland and I think St George’s day in England, but I’m not sure how big those two are. Also in schools there are teacher training days (more commonly called inset days) where the kids don’t go to school.
You can also call your grandma nanna.
Also for the love of God remember that the temperature is different. I once read a fanfic where the author literally said ‘It was a cool 85 degree summer day and so they were having a BBQ outside’. Like no. 85 degrees is bloody boiling here. No one will be outside having a BBQ. They will be inside in front of their fans. We rarely get weather this hot though. Like probably not even once a year will it go to 85 degrees.


I see this and my mind buzzes at how much overlap there is and isn’t.

xnotpossible:

holnnes:

How to Britpick your own fanfiction by an English Sherlockian who get unreasonably annoyed when people use the wrong slang

Other useful links:

(Of course this doesn’t just apply to Sherlock, but any British characters.) 

I would like to add a few things.

Firstly, it is more common to find Primary schools than Infants & Junior schools, but most Primary schools are split into Infants and Juniors internally (They’re the same school but have a separate playground for infantas and juniors, and it’s always a big deal when you go up to the juniors).
Also, I have never heard anyone refer to the school you go to after Primary as Senior school. In my experience it’s more commonly called Secondary school or Comprehensive school (comp for short). The difference between sixth form and college is that sixth form is basically the same as comp, but in college you get way more freedom.

We also have various bank holidays throughout the year, and it would be best for you to google them. In Wales we have Saint David’s day which is a big thing, but England doesn’t have that. There’s also Saint Patrick’s day in Ireland and I think St George’s day in England, but I’m not sure how big those two are. Also in schools there are teacher training days (more commonly called inset days) where the kids don’t go to school.

You can also call your grandma nanna.

Also for the love of God remember that the temperature is different. I once read a fanfic where the author literally said ‘It was a cool 85 degree summer day and so they were having a BBQ outside’. Like no. 85 degrees is bloody boiling here. No one will be outside having a BBQ. They will be inside in front of their fans. We rarely get weather this hot though. Like probably not even once a year will it go to 85 degrees.

I see this and my mind buzzes at how much overlap there is and isn’t.

(via clevergirlhelps)

chupacabra-food:

itswalky:

aaron-archer-art:

themaskednegro:

sammmmtastic:

shmurdapunk:

bibi-baby:

shmurdapunk:

the-goddamazon:

extraextraex:

pretty tired of seeing this hair trope on asian characters
EDIT: because three examples wasn’t enough for some of you:


OH WOW.
Why is this a thing?


As soon as I saw this post I thought about Mei Melancon as Psylocke in X-men: The Last Stand

Jenna Ushkowitz as Tina Cohen-Chang in Glee (early seasons)


this is such a weirdly specific thing
i bet there are even more examples

What. Wait, why is this a thing???

Holy shit

Miko in Transformers Prime

why is it always blue or purple is what i wanna know

huh. 

chupacabra-food:

itswalky:

aaron-archer-art:

themaskednegro:

sammmmtastic:

shmurdapunk:

bibi-baby:

shmurdapunk:

the-goddamazon:

extraextraex:

pretty tired of seeing this hair trope on asian characters

EDIT: because three examples wasn’t enough for some of you:

OH WOW.

Why is this a thing?

As soon as I saw this post I thought about Mei Melancon as Psylocke in X-men: The Last Stand

Jenna Ushkowitz as Tina Cohen-Chang in Glee (early seasons)

this is such a weirdly specific thing

i bet there are even more examples

What. Wait, why is this a thing???

Holy shit

Miko in Transformers Prime

why is it always blue or purple is what i wanna know

huh. 

(via ruem)

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