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This is why I didn't work on my phonetics paper in the library... I thought people would look at me weird for sitting there going, "oooooo... oooooo... th... th... th... st... st... st... ooooooooooo... oooooooo..."

Week one of classes completed. I am now spending my weekend learning the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).

30 FRESH MEMES FOR TODAY #277

30 FRESH MEMES FOR TODAY #277

Happened probably to every 9gagger

If you are feeling sad during the afternoon, this daily afternoon funny picdump 26 will change your mood. Check out 20 hilarious pictures that will make you happy.

KEEP CALM AND FIND THE VERB. Another original poster design created with the Keep Calm-o-matic. Buy this design or create your own original Keep Calm design now.

The picture illustrates how Macbeth had to kill for his kingship. And how Macbeth killed everyone even people like Macduff's family who had no effect on his kingship.

The picture illustrates how Macbeth had to kill for his kingship. And how Macbeth killed everyone even people like Macduff's family who had no effect on his kingship. Macbeth killed many people in the play and this is a funny meme to illustrate that.

Out, damned spot! Out, I say! Funny Macbeth Meme! Meme. Macbeth. Shakespeare. Macbeth Meme. Shakespeare Meme. Sonnet Man. The Sonnet Man. Bard Nation. Bard World. Cat. Cats. Cat Memes. Cat Meme. Out Damned Spot Out I Say. The Bard. Poetry. Write Something.

'Out, damned spot! - One: two: why, then, 'tis time to do't. - Hell is murky!' - Macbeth act scene This picture illustrates how Lady Macbeth feels when she gets the hallucinations associated with her mental illness.

Life’s but a walking   shadow, a poor player  That struts and frets his hour upon the stage  And then is heard   no more. It’s a tale  Told by an idiot,   full of sound and fury,  Signifying nothing.  [William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616), from Macbeth Act 5, Scene 5]

Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage And then is heard no more. It’s a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing. [William Shakespeare - from Macbeth Act Scene