Got a bit carried away with this one since these are just supposed to be quick, but I should really just crop the bottom off because my brain did not want to draw hands today >:I
Did you know that by spelling the english word SOCKS outloud, you are also saying the spanish phrase Eso si que es, which means “it is what is is”.
My spanish teacher told us this last year and I will never forget it
can we say socks instead of yolo?
Mama, just killed a man #SOCKS
im laughing histerically right now
falcate \FAL-keyt, adjective:
curved like a scythe or sickle; hooked; falciform.…Mario did the choreography and most of the puppet-work personally—his little S-shaped arms and falcate digits are perfect for the forward curve from body to snout of a standard big-headed political puppet…
— David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest, 1996The adult leaves are lanceolate, falcate, almost equally green on both sides.
— Murray Bail, Eucalyptus: A Novel, 1998
Falcate entered English in the 1800s from the Latin falcem meaning “sickle.”