literary fiction is always like “I was eating leftover birthday cake the day my mother walked into the ocean. As I licked the yellow frosting from my fingers, the waves licked at her salt-battered hair,,,”— 𝕤𝕦𝕟𝕗𝕝𝕠𝕨𝕖𝕣 (@spinubzilla) May 11, 2020
"hope you like words bitch" pic.twitter.com/4nsepJEBbP— Bernie AND Bust (@fellawhomstdve) May 12, 2020
just discovered the joy of pronouncing all words ending with "cles" like "heracles". obstacles. tentacles. motorcycles. testicles. microparticles. popsicles. debacles. i love words and sounds— Mitch ✨ (@HxOvAx) May 12, 2020
“Revenge spending” by wealthy Chinese raises hopes for luxury brands. https://t.co/91DRw2tyds— Robert Frank (@robtfrank) May 13, 2020
edgar allan poe tapping, gently rapping on a chamber door: welcome back to my asmr channel— a bigger boat 🦈 (@drankturpentine) February 15, 2019
old Hollywood bloopers stitched together while I slowly go mad pic.twitter.com/QwiMFRzwyM— blu del barrio (@bludelb) April 11, 2020
NANCY SINATRA: How about these tho?— MehGyver (@TheAndrewNadeau) May 13, 2020
SALESMAN: Yes. Again, all boots are made for walking.
She made friends with an avocado pic.twitter.com/p4EBB5rWsB— bug (@crevicedwelling) May 11, 2020
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