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The Arabic text says The same thing but in Arabic, literally 2 comments
picklefacejones · 8 weeks ago
I think they mean it actually says "the same thing but in Arabic" instead of saying "create your perfect night's sleep" in Arabic
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Befriending the entirety of Poland 5 comments
picklefacejones · 11 weeks ago
Too small. Loyal friends would give you $5 easy... :)
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Goop Skywalker takes care of his fans 9 comments
picklefacejones · 23 weeks ago
I normally don't comment on posts, but I do have a Masters in Language Acquisition and currently writing my defense for a PhD in Human Development so this comment sucked me in... Developmentally speaking, you change the most over the course of your first 24 months of life (or 2 years). It is standard practice to reference age in months for children under 3 because 4 months is actually a very significant amount of time during this period of life, especially in terms of language development (which this post is specifically referencing). If this child were older than 2, it would make sense to start speaking in terms of half years. If they were younger than 3 months, we would be stating their age in weeks.
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Father of the century! 9 comments
picklefacejones · 25 weeks ago
You noticed that but missed the entire sentence saying "this note from his FATHER will suffice"?
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What do you mean there's no baseball? 4 comments
picklefacejones · 26 weeks ago
Nona McSmashface is sad that baseball is not on yet but understands we need to stay home for now
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Seriously who? 15 comments
picklefacejones · 29 weeks ago
Whatever else could you be referring too? XD
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Love this 4 comments
picklefacejones · 29 weeks ago
No, this is not a good thing. It seems like a sweet gesture at first glance, but it indicates a real problem in his life. This kid is used to having to be a caretaker for adults in his life. He is not being allowed to have a childhood. Children who have to be responsible for the adults in their life develop severe issues as an adult themselves. It would be totally different if he wasn't also having to allow his mom to sleep on his hand, but the reality is that this poor child is probably having to raise himself.
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Blow the mind! 3 comments
picklefacejones · 36 weeks ago
Not really a blunt hitting thought TBH. They use this exact verbage in literacy courses for teachers. Learning to read = decoding and phonics skills for K-2, reading to learn = comprehension skills for 3rd and up.
This is not the cell tower you're looking for 3 comments
picklefacejones · 39 weeks ago
I drive by one of these every day without noticing it until one of my kids asked if we were almost to school and my 4 year old said "no, we haven't passed the Lego tree yet!"
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People voted for this guy. 6 comments
picklefacejones · 44 weeks ago
I understood that reference! Totally read it in his voice too.
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I made some elvish pendants 4 comments
picklefacejones · 48 weeks ago
deviantart. com/lunarieen/gallery
Looks like her work, remove the spaces
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The resemblance is uncanny... 13 comments
picklefacejones · 1 year ago
Randomly reading this 5 years later and lmao because he played the grinch!
Ghosted by Grad School 4 comments
picklefacejones · 1 year ago
Says who? Mine cost quite a bit as well; about $60-$80 for each school.
Also to OP - you typically don't hear back from schools until March-April where I am. I just got the official acceptance for fall semester 3 days ago myself.
It was never for you 8 comments
picklefacejones · 2 years ago
Wait; we get breaks during recess?! Awesome! I guess I can just leave my class to fend for themselves tomorrow. I'm sure at least 75% of them will make it back unscathed.....yeah, probably won't have a Hunger Games situation going on or anything....aw crap, I still have to go out there and be on duty, don't I?
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Sit anywhere 3 comments
picklefacejones · 2 years ago
Someone stole Michael's chair pants idea!
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The most creative prom invitation 17 comments
picklefacejones · 2 years ago
I don't care that this post is a 2 year old post that I found by hitting random, I have to say it...
She just wanted to make sure she got the "d" in there somewhere! XD
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This is too much 59 comments
picklefacejones · 2 years ago
http://www.wsmv.com/story/36855510/teacher-fired-after-posting-video-of-hijab-being-removed-from-students-head
She was fired! It says she didn't remove the scarf herself, but as an educator she should know better. The sheer number of classes I was required to take in cultural socialization of children prior to getting my licence tells me there is no way she didn't know this was not okay.
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More words = better 4 comments
picklefacejones · 3 years ago
Decade 1 =1900-1909
Decade 2 =1910-1919
Decade 3=1920-1929
And so on until decade 8 begins with 1980
Year 1 of the decade is 1970, so 1978 would be the 9th year
fits dress code 17 comments
picklefacejones · 4 years ago
That looks like a top to put over a leotard or tank top for layering.
This teacher is pure evil 14 comments
picklefacejones · 4 years ago
My sister does that all the time to her students. When they catch on she tells them that the one question with a different letter answer will be worth 50% of the test grade.
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Origin of the scars 4 comments
picklefacejones · 4 years ago
Anybody else picture the joker actually getting ready for the day? He has to wake up at some point with no makeup on right? Can you just picture in your mind him holding his eyeliner? It makes me laugh every time. "Oh fuck, it's too perfect. I want to look 'casually messy' not like I did it on purpose!"
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Daily dose of NOPE Day 2 16 comments
picklefacejones · 4 years ago
Kill it with fire!
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Jason... what even. 13 comments
picklefacejones · 4 years ago
Any time!
This breaks my heart 6 comments
picklefacejones · 4 years ago
It breaks my heart because the Disney world characters are never ever allowed to break character, so he'll think he failed.
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