505 - Arctic Monkeys (Backwards)
it’s like he’s singing in Sims language
the guitar sounds so fucking cool though
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angry French person : PUTAIN
amazed French person : PUTAIN
happy French person : PUTAIN
sad French person : PUTAIN
lost French person : PUTAIN
disgusted French person : PUTAIN
horny French person : PUTAIN
bored French person : PUTAIN
Oh my god I love everything about this!
From now on when things get awkward in a conversation I will just say “Would you like a pringle?” And hopefully Rupert Graves will swoop in and take one.
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bengoldsasser asked: Thanks for the follow :D Ang omg you like John Simm, let me love you! (btw, I'm from Quebec so I speak french too, funny fact)
You’re welcome! I like pretty much everything you like apparently Funny fact: je vais au Québec cet été :D
Me: I think I'm gonna go to sleep now.
TV: lol but good shows are on.
iPod: sleep? Is that a new app?
Sleeping position: lol I'm not gonna be comfortable.
Mind: what's the meaning of life though?
Temperature: lol it's too hot and too cold.
Noises: oh, you said be louder? Okay.
Body: Lol time for itches.
Person I like: Hey
mom: was that sarcastic stop back talking to me i am your mother you should treat me with respect stop rolling your eyes i gave birth to you are you even listening stop being rude i hate when you're sarcastic to me do you realize how much i do for you that's it you're grounded for two weeks
How I'd Like the Next Generation's School Days to Be...
Teacher: Crookshanks! Voldemort! Please could you get off that desk and sit down? OK, Merlin, can you hand out the tests for me?
Girl 1: What did I get on mine?
Girl 2: Spoilers!
Teacher: I heard that, River.
Girl 1: But I'm really worried, I think I got question 14b wrong...
Teacher: Actually, Hermione, you got 112%.
Boy 1: I don't understand question six.
Boy 2: Me neither, but when the teacher walked past, I noticed her breathing rate pick up slightly when my pen was over Option D, so I put that.
Boy 1: I suppose it's your name...
Boy 2: My parents like me to make deductions, yes.
Boy 1: It's alright for you, Sherlock. Mine like me to get bad marks - apparently it fits with the name Neville.
Teacher: Fred, will you collect the papers back in?
Boy 3: I'm not Fred, I'm George.
Teacher: Oh for goodness' sake, you're not even identical!
Boy 3: One of these days...
Boy 4: When we're running our joke shop...
Boy 3: We'll invent disguises...
Boy 4: And then you'll see.
Teacher: That's the end of the lesson.
Boy 5: *Jumps out of window* Dobby... Dobby is free!
Girl 3: Dobby, you bad, bad boy! Students is not meant to be freed until the bell rings.
Teacher: It's OK, Winky, you can go too...
Different point of view.
THIS IS HOW AMERICAN SEE JEAN DUJARDIN:
THIS IS HOW I SEE, AS A FRENCH, JEAN DUJARDIN:
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