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Check in on your inner thoughts and feelings with this mood ring band! Band changes color according to your mood! IT REALLY WORKS! Have fun and enjoy! See photo for color chart. Great for all ages.  This would be a really cool idea for a book. Like everyone gets a pendant when their born and you must wear it at all time so everyone knows what your feeling... take the rest how you wish

Classic Color Changing Mood Ring

Check in on your inner thoughts and feelings with this mood ring band! Band changes color according to your mood! IT REALLY WORKS! Have fun and enjoy! See photo for color chart. Great for all ages.

G'day mate, take a gander at this and have a bonzer day

Don't be a "drop kick" (Aussie footy rules (AFL) term for kicking the ball, but also Aussie slang for one who is, let's say. Test your Aussie slang knowledge!

Why did none of my teachers tell me this??

They actually both come from Latin: i. stands for id est and means roughly "that is"; stands for exempli gratia, which means “for example”. But this graphic's explanation is a bit easier to remember than the Latin definitions.

Affect vs Effect I've learnt from this post, I think of it and use it every day in class

Affect vs Effect I've learnt from this post, I think of it and use it every day in class-- This would have been helpful on the PSAT

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Funny pictures about British and American English. Oh, and cool pics about British and American English. Also, British and American English.

British Slang- Guide to Cockney and English Phrases -> Close, but there are errors in there.

For people outside of the UK even the word ‘slang’, might be unusual, so to clarify, ‘slang’ refers to the casual use of words that have been newly created and are usually spoken only by select groups

British v. American English :D

You sound like you’re from London…

Funny pictures about You sound like you're from London. Oh, and cool pics about You sound like you're from London. Also, You sound like you're from London.

American Vs. British Words  THIS GUY LOOKS LIKE JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE! XD And we totally had those coin carts too... o.o ~Jade Franke <3

Although the the same language, there are many differences between American and British English. I'm here to help you out with the Zeds, Fags, and Queuing.

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