The dialogue kills me.
The time our entire design class dressed up for Halloween as the design teacher (who notoriously almost only wore grey sweaters and always had a cafeteria coffee in hand).
I remember him walking down a super long empty hall and we all just turned the corner at the other end and started running towards him and he ran away yelling “FUcK YOU GUYS” and in retrospect I almost can’t believe he didn’t suffer a heart attack.
Pretty sure we won a pizza party for best costume that year.
IVE SEEN THIS ABOUT TEN TIMES AND IM JUST NOW NOTICING THAT THE ACTUAL TEACHER IS IN THE PICTURE TOO
'Cuz there's nothing like oPUNning night.
Conventional and organised.
Conservative and warm.
Calm but colorful.
Discreet and methodical.
Stable but daring.
Complacent and creative.
Sensitive and spiritual.
Ingenious but scattered.
I’ve been having some difficulty coming up with something adequate to post about, so meanwhile so I don’t feel like I haven’t contributed much, I’m going to occasionally post videos about ASL.
Here, we have a person ‘singing’ Bohemian Rhapsody in ASL. Captain Valor does a lot of videos ‘singing’ in ASL, so check out his other videos as well, he’s very emotional and signs along to the songs very well!
Please remember to turn on captions, as it provides the lyrics, as well as the transliteration/gloss. The transliteration is one of the best parts of Captain Valor’s videos, because not only it shows what each of the signs really mean, but it helps prove what I said before; ASL is NOT English despite deriving most of its vocabulary from English, and has a very different grammar system.
(if not obvious, the text in CAPSLOCK is the transliteration)
Keep in mind that in ASL, various signs tend to share a lot of meanings, and it’s very regional (which means signs vary from area to area, like dialects), so what’s shown in the video still isn’t absolutely defined and likely won’t be the same everywhere. …yeah, ASL is a messy but beautiful thing to work with.
Please enjoy the video and don’t hesitate to ask questions!
The potential ways in which an ISFJ can irritate others include avoiding conflict, not giving criticism when it is needed, and not articulating his/her understanding of the situation. You may be so focused on your own knowledge that you don’t see the wood for the trees and you resist change (though not openly). You may also fail to look after your own needs, or not promote sufficiently your own ideas or contributions.