southerngamerguy

lizziegoneastray:

guardianofscrewingup:

noctom-poetom:

yokes93:

yokhakidfiasco:

kaddy-kablamo:

buzzfeedrewind:

Kids today will never understand.

The LAST ONE omfg

Used to have fun with the last one

The last fuckin one

Oh the struggle was too real with the last one

It occurs to me that some of the people who follow me have possibly never had to rewind a movie. 

Oh my god. 

noooo stop now i feel old

maghrabiyya

Anonymous asked:

can you list some of the words in Darija borrowed from other languages?

bocadillomaghrabi answered:

Spanish:

Carretera - road
Semana - week
Bombilla - light bulb
Circo - circus
Plancha - iron 
Barco - boat
Cama - bed
Tranquilo - quiet
Camiseta - t-shirt
Chaqueta - in Morocco it means shirt even tho it means jacket in Latin America and Spain 

Also most of these words are only used in north Morocco. Southern Morocco tends to borrow more French than the north. 

Arabic:

All the numbers except for 2
Ana - me
Dar - house
Korsi - chair
Flous - money 
Yawm - day 
Khaf - scared 
Lish - why
Indi - i have 
Qol/Goul - say 
Hiya - she 

French:

Briquet - lighter 
Automobile - car 
Lavage - carwash 
Frites - fries 
Boisson - drink 
Rose - pink 
Oui - yes 
D’origine - of origin/original 
Garage - garage 
Par exemple - for example
Hospital - hospital


Tamazight:

Temara - hardship
Shlaghem - moustache 
Salas - darkness
Sebniya - headscarf/hijab 
Khizzou - carrot 
Lalla - madam 
Matisha - tomato 
Sh’hal - how much
Sarred - send 

Half of these words are not pronounced the “correct” way. For example automobile becomes tomobil but i wrote them the original way anyway. Anyway hope this helps. 

maghrabiyya:

there are so much more for Tamazight tho, a significant amount of Moroccan ‘Arabic’ words are Tamazight

one of my favourites is the word Mech cus it means cat and I like cats but I always say mechicha cus it means kitty nd that is cuter

ok

there is my contribution

maghrabiyya

maghrabiyya:

the-goddamazon:

fuckyeahbiguys:

"I’m sick of how bisexuality is erased in LGBT spaces. I get really nervous before any LGBT event, especially Pride. I feel incredibly sad and hopeless when gay and lesbian people call me insulting names. If gay and lesbian people don’t understand me – Continue reading Prejudice at Pride at Empathize This

This just punched me in the heart.

:(