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Mica


In a lonely world full of people, it takes the most courage to be yourself.

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  • Today
    Exotic fruits part 2: mangosteen

    First it was cherimoya. And then today I was surprised to see fresh mangosteen at my local Chinese grocery store (Same place I bought the cherimoya. They also had rambutan, lychee, and longan for sale).

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  • 6 days
    Adventures wearing a pony t-shirt in public, part 2

    So I went to an art museum today, alone, wearing my Starlight and Trixie t-shirt, which I've worn plenty of times. And one of the museum staff, a middle aged man, walks up to me and he says, "You're the second person I've seen today wearing that shirt."
    I said, "Really?"
    "Yeah. But she was, like, six."
    :twilightoops:
    I don't know why that makes me feel like a weird creep now. :fluttershyouch:

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  • 1 week
    The official MLP manga, out of context

    Out of context #1

    Out of context #2


    What do you think is happening in each? Leave your guesses in the comments. :raritywink:

    7 comments · 57 views
  • 1 week
    Can Zipp sing?

    Zipp is the only one in the Mane 5 (plus Sprout) who didn’t sing at all thus far.

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    8 comments · 99 views
  • 1 week
    Kirin Vtuber model rigging progress

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    4 comments · 49 views
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12th
2020

do you know i'm with all my very best · 12:22am Sep 12th, 2020

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the "i before e except after c" rule is highly inconsistent in the english language and should not be considered a solid rule. some exceptions include "weird," "forfeit," "albeit," "glacier," and "seize," all of which break this well known saying.one question we get asked a lot is why so many english words don't follow the "i before e" rule: i before e except after c. well, the english language can be inconsistent. this is what makes english such a vibrant and expressive language, but it can also make it a nightmare to learn. we've been influenced by languages with such different spelling paradigms that we don't have tidy orthography.the "i before e except after c" rule is highly inconsistent in the english language and should not be considered a solid rule. some exceptions include "weird," "forfeit," "albeit," "glacier," and "seize," all of which break this well known saying.one question we get asked a lot is why so many english words don't follow the "i before e" rule: i before e except after c. well, the english language can be inconsistent. this is what makes english such a vibrant and expressive language, but it can also make it a nightmare to learn. we've been influenced by languages with such different spelling paradigms that we don't have tidy orthography.the "i before e except after c" rule is highly inconsistent in the english language and should not be considered a solid rule. some exceptions include "weird," "forfeit," "albeit," "glacier," and "seize," all of which break this well known saying.one question we get asked a lot is why so many english words don't follow the "i before e" rule: i before e except after c. well, the english language can be inconsistent. this is what makes english such a vibrant and expressive language, but it can also make it a nightmare to learn. we've been influenced by languages with such different spelling paradigms that we don't have tidy orthography.the "i before e except after c" rule is highly inconsistent in the english language and should not be considered a solid rule. some exceptions include "weird," "forfeit," "albeit," "glacier," and "seize," all of which break this well known saying.one question we get asked a lot is why so many english words don't follow the "i before e" rule: i before e except after c. well, the english language can be inconsistent. this is what makes english such a vibrant and expressive language, but it can also make it a nightmare to learn. we've been influenced by languages with such different spelling paradigms that we don't have tidy orthography.the "i before e except after c" rule is highly inconsistent in the english language and should not be considered a solid rule. some exceptions include "weird," "forfeit," "albeit," "glacier," and "seize," all of which break this well known saying.one question we get asked a lot is why so many english words don't follow the "i before e" rule: i before e except after c. well, the english language can be inconsistent. this is what makes english such a vibrant and expressive language, but it can also make it a nightmare to learn. we've been influenced by languages with such different spelling paradigms that we don't have tidy orthography.

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Ah.... I see what you are trying to do!

You have to either clean disc/record or hit the jukebox.

Ah, insanity... smells like burnt clutch.

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I'm so glad English is my native language. I would have no idea how to learn it if it weren't.

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