I fucking love the camera in Pokémon X. If only there were more photo spots…
No. No. No. No. No. No. No. NO. NO. NO.NO. NO. NO. NO!
I don’t wanna hear this “common usage” horseshit. As the late great George Carlin once said:
”’But a lot of people are USING it this way, so the words and their meaning have changed!' Yeah? Well a lot of people are fucking STUPID too, should we adopt all their standards?”
I’d like to point out that there are already a lot of words in our vocabulary that don’t mean what they used to, this kind of thing is inevitable and really not a big deal.
That’s why English is still a living language. If words really weren’t allowed to change, the language would stagnate and die. Like Latin. (Though lack of users helped in Latin’s case, but that’s diverging.)
There are words whose meaning evolves, and then there’s THE EXACT OPPOSITE OF ITS MEANING.
They’re called contranyms. They’re a thing. Like how “bound” can mean “heading for somewhere” or “confined somewhere”.
Take a look at this Medium post for more info.
Double rainbow over Vertree. What does it meaaaaan?
dailystir replied to your post:“Do you intend to play all of case 1 today?”Can this be rebloggable, please? :)
I don’t see why it’s so important, but, sure, why not? X’D
Because, Neni, because, this is way more valuable than any review by a “critic”. The Famitsu reviewers liked it? Cool. IGN and Eurogamer will probably give it a high score. Good to know.
But a die-hard fan saying Dual Destinies is the reason she’s “rediscovered [her] love for these games”? That’s awesome.
AAI1 and (the lack of) AAI2 have dented a lot of people’s confidence. But I’m… quite a bit more excited now.
I told myself I wasn’t going to read any Dual Destinies spoilers. I even installed Tumblr Savior so I wouldn’t accidentally see anything.
…So far, I’ve read every single one.
I have to stop at the end of the first case, because more spoilers = less excited when I actually get to play it. :(
I… don’t know why I pay Savannah to ruin my house every week.