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mjmaz:

End Up Here - 5 Seconds of summer @5sos

mjmaz:

End Up Here - 5 Seconds of summer @5sos

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kimeyofficial:

we’ll never be as young as we are now

kimeyofficial:

we’ll never be as young as we are now

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lovelylukeylovesme:

And forget about the stupid little things…

lovelylukeylovesme:

And forget about the stupid little things…

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smashirwin:

I wish that I could wake up with amnesia

smashirwin:

I wish that I could wake up with amnesia

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opulence-x:

I hope this picture made you feel some type of way
Because it made me feel some type of way
I luv u luk

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opulence-x:

I hope this picture made you feel some type of way
Because it made me feel some type of way
I luv u luk

5sos-official

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someofmybestfriendsarewhite:

The flag of the Celtic nations. Top left: Brittany (Breton: Breizh)Top middle: the Isle of Man (Manx: Mannin) Top right: Scotland (Scottish Gaelic: Alba) Bottom left: Ireland (Irish: Éire) Bottom middle: Cornwall (Cornish: Kernow) Bottom right: Wales (Welsh: Cymru).People often like to talk about their “correct” names, but their “correct” name depends on what language you’re speaking. The correct name of Wales in English is Wales. You get morons prancing about saying “Wales’ real name is Cymru" but for some reason they don’t say Germany’s real name is Deutschland or Poland’s real name is Polska. It’s the same thing. "Cymru" is the Welsh name for Wales. But if you’re speaking English, then call it Wales. That’s what it’s called in English.There is similar confusion about the name of Irish. People often say its “correct” name is “Gaelic”. In English, its correct name is Irish. Like Spanish, or Polish, or Swedish. “Gaelic” is more a family of three languages than a discreet language itself. There are six surviving Celtic languages, divided into two groups of three:Goidelic or Q-Celtic (aka Gaelic):Irish (Gaeilge)Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig)Manx (Gaelg)Brythonic or P-Celtic:Welsh (Cymraeg)Cornish (Kernewek)Breton (Brezhoneg)
Scottish Gaelic is called Scottish Gaelic and not just Scottish to distinguish it from a Germanic language called Scots, which is spoken in the Lowlands of Scotland, and a few counties in Northern Ireland and Ireland. Scots is descended from Northern Old English.
The flag does not include Northern Ireland as a Celtic nation, even though Irish is still spoken there. As such it’s possibly belying a bias in favour of a united Ireland. Or maybe they just thought it was too complicated and seven flags would be awkward to stitch together.You will sometimes see the six Celtic nations expanded out to seven, eight or even nine Celtic nations, because some people try to include Galicia, Asturia and Cantabria in Northern Spain. I like to call this “fucking stupid”. No Celtic language has survived into modern times in these regions, their languages are Romance. If you’re going to start talking about them being genetically Celtic then you might as well do a DNA test on all of France and Spain too. Let it go, Galicia.The Celtic languages Cornish and Manx arguably died out in terms of people speaking them as their native language. But the last native speakers died after the deliberate revival had already begun. There are recordings of the last native speaker of Manx, who died in 1974, and full dictionaries. The languages were preserved intact and many children in Cornwall and Mann are now raised speaking them along with English.

someofmybestfriendsarewhite:

The flag of the Celtic nations.

Top left: Brittany (Breton: Breizh)
Top middle: the Isle of Man (Manx: Mannin)
Top right: Scotland (Scottish Gaelic: Alba)
Bottom left: Ireland (Irish: Éire)
Bottom middle: Cornwall (Cornish: Kernow)
Bottom right: Wales (Welsh: Cymru).

People often like to talk about their “correct” names, but their “correct” name depends on what language you’re speaking. The correct name of Wales in English is Wales. You get morons prancing about saying “Wales’ real name is Cymru" but for some reason they don’t say Germany’s real name is Deutschland or Poland’s real name is Polska. It’s the same thing. "Cymru" is the Welsh name for Wales. But if you’re speaking English, then call it Wales. That’s what it’s called in English.

There is similar confusion about the name of Irish. People often say its “correct” name is “Gaelic”. In English, its correct name is Irish. Like Spanish, or Polish, or Swedish. “Gaelic” is more a family of three languages than a discreet language itself. There are six surviving Celtic languages, divided into two groups of three:

Goidelic or Q-Celtic (aka Gaelic):
Irish (Gaeilge)
Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig)
Manx (Gaelg)
Brythonic or P-Celtic:
Welsh (Cymraeg)
Cornish (Kernewek)
Breton (Brezhoneg)

Scottish Gaelic is called Scottish Gaelic and not just Scottish to distinguish it from a Germanic language called Scots, which is spoken in the Lowlands of Scotland, and a few counties in Northern Ireland and Ireland. Scots is descended from Northern Old English.

The flag does not include Northern Ireland as a Celtic nation, even though Irish is still spoken there. As such it’s possibly belying a bias in favour of a united Ireland. Or maybe they just thought it was too complicated and seven flags would be awkward to stitch together.

You will sometimes see the six Celtic nations expanded out to seven, eight or even nine Celtic nations, because some people try to include Galicia, Asturia and Cantabria in Northern Spain. I like to call this “fucking stupid”. No Celtic language has survived into modern times in these regions, their languages are Romance. If you’re going to start talking about them being genetically Celtic then you might as well do a DNA test on all of France and Spain too. Let it go, Galicia.

The Celtic languages Cornish and Manx arguably died out in terms of people speaking them as their native language. But the last native speakers died after the deliberate revival had already begun. There are recordings of the last native speaker of Manx, who died in 1974, and full dictionaries. The languages were preserved intact and many children in Cornwall and Mann are now raised speaking them along with English.

http://www.celticleague.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/Carn-Map.jpg

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neuroticdream:

L. on We Heart It.

neuroticdream:

L. on We Heart It.

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