1. A Lot Of People Find It Hard To Talk To Laura. So She Put Together 4 Easy Tips.

    Five years ago, a drunk driver gave her aphasia, which is a kind of speech disorder that sometimes happens after a stroke. But the ordeal didn’t take away her sense of humor. She imitates exactly what it’s like on the receiving end of a typical conversation for her (complete with costume change!) in hopes of reminding the rest of us to just be cool when talking to someone like Laura.

    aphasiaLaura

  2. teamo42:

lingsamplesentences:

We were learning about hitting people with cars today in German class

Also there’s “umfahren”, which can mean:
(umFAHren; ich umfahre): to drive around s.th./s.o.
(UMfahren; ich fahre um; coll.): to run s.th./s.o. over

    teamo42:

    lingsamplesentences:

    We were learning about hitting people with cars today in German class

    Also there’s “umfahren”, which can mean:

    1. (umFAHren; ich umfahre): to drive around s.th./s.o.
    2. (UMfahren; ich fahre um; coll.): to run s.th./s.o. over

    (via cochleandus)

    german

  3. Tartle (Scots) – The act of hesitating while introducing someone because you’ve forgotten their name.

    Tartle (Scots) – The act of hesitating while introducing someone because you’ve forgotten their name.

    tartlescotsnot scottish