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Hey! I'm Eli, and this is my (re)blog. I'm 19 and I live in Louisiana. Interests include:
Anime
Math
Linguistics
Music (mainly metal and pop punk)
Vinyl Records
Cute animals

caseyanthonyofficial:

drunktrophywife:

caseyanthonyofficial:

drunktrophywife:

Is it illegal to have sex in a dressing room

I’ve gotten in trouble for jerking it in one so

But is it
illegal

I jerked off in a dressing room do I sound like a lawyer

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ultrafacts:

Source If you want more facts, follow Ultrafacts

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jdude000:

OH MY GOD

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goto-blog:

#Programming in movies vs. programming in real life

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susemoji:

Scientists have found a portal to a better world

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that-stupid-tardis-sound:

that-stupid-tardis-sound:

one time when my dad was in college these guys found a carpet on the sidewalk and they needed furniture for their dorm so they were like “hell yeah free carpet” and they carried the carpet upstairs and it was really wet and heavy so they unrolled it to let it dry and a dead body fell out

I’M NOT SHITTING YOU

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captain-fucking-levi:

himaruyolo:

shingeki-no-flute-fluff:

ratchet-jean:

levismuscles:

slay-kyojin:

IS IT FUCKING JAEGER OR YEAGER
IS IT KIRSCHTEIN OR KIRSTEIN
IS IT LEONHART OR LEONHARDT
IS IT BERTHOLDT OR BERTOLT
WHICH IS IT GODDAMMIT

IS IT FUCKING BODT OR BOTT

IS IT FUCKING HANJI OR HANGE 

IS IT FUCKING HOOVER OR FUBAR

IS IT HEICHOU OR ACKERMAN

IS IT IRVIN OR ERWIN

IS IT SCOUTING LEGION, SURVEY CORPS, RECON CORPS, OR FUCKING RECON REGIMENT

IS IT FUCKIN DEAD OR ALIVE

IT’S ALWAYS DEAD

To answer OP:

1. It’s definitely Jaeger (Jäger, technically, though “ae” is universally accepted to be the equivalent of “ä” for those who can’t type “ä”). It’s German; “yae” doesn’t exist.
2. It’s probably Kirstein. German “st” usually sounds exactly like “scht,” so “scht” would be ridiculous, plus “Stein” is an actual German word, so that gives it more likelihood.
3 and 4. This is a “probably,” again, but several German words end in -dt (Stadt, for instance), so it’s probably that corresponding counterpart.

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