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15 02 11

KnitBeard

Heya people!

English test tomorrow, and I haven’t studied fuck because a chemistry “essay” of sorts. Ah well, getting good grades on chemistry is more important right now, and English can take a hit or two. Besides, I still have two hours of nothing at school tomorrow, so I’ll use those to learn crappy words which nobody uses anyway.

Quick poll here; how many of you guys know what a jalopy is?
And what does ubiquitous mean?

If none, or only a real few of you know, I’ll tell my teacher that, and ask her why in the world we have to learn this nonsense and gibberish.

To finish this up, I have a request. Does anyone here know where I can find a tutorial on how to make this awesome piece of winter clothing?


Sexy Fasionable, right? But I suck at crafts, so I need a step-by-step tutorial to actually make that thing.
So, if anyone knows how to make that thing, or has a tutorial on it, please share it with me!

I’ll be seeing you guys tomorrow,
~ Fang

Comments

  • G
    16/02/2011 (6:52 PM)

    yep heard of both although never used jalopy although I have owned a few…

  • 16/02/2011 (4:04 PM)

    Yeah, ubiquitous means something is seen or recognizable everywhere.

    Chemistry essay? What the hell man? lol

  • 16/02/2011 (1:43 PM)

    haha. prioritizing chemistry over english. nice one. xD
    also, why do i know those words? haha. jalopy means a car that doesn’t really work, i think.(it was used all the time to refer to archie’s car in the archie comics i used to read as a kid. haha) and ubiquitous means omnipresent.
    also, i’ve wanted that beard-hat thing ever since i saw it online somewhere. although it would be pretty impractical for where i live. xD

  • 16/02/2011 (11:53 AM)

    ubiquitous doesn’t mean that something is everywhere? at least a similar spanish word means that.

  • 16/02/2011 (8:10 AM)

    KnitBeard thats grate.

  • Rob
    16/02/2011 (6:57 AM)

    I want that beard hat.

  • 16/02/2011 (4:15 AM)

    A jalopy is like a a broken or worn down item. I would never use that word but, if I would I would probably be talking about a car. And if I ever saw someone with a knitted beard I would laugh.
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  • 16/02/2011 (3:32 AM)

    I want one of those so badly.

  • 16/02/2011 (3:31 AM)

    now only for the slightly more stylish KnitNeckbeard.

    also, “haven’t studied fuck” is a funny expression. adding to my vocabulary.

  • 16/02/2011 (3:13 AM)

    I dont know both the words.
    And this cap and beard is kool

  • jordi uit de Bosch
    15/02/2011 (10:11 PM)

    i’m taking bilingual classes, and even i don’t know what it means xD please, some english person, help us out ?

  • 15/02/2011 (10:05 PM)

    I’ve seen the beardhat pic soo many times, but never a tutorial on how to make it.

  • 15/02/2011 (9:58 PM)

    I would love that “KnitBeard”, would probably freak people out…
    And those stupid words… Have absolutely no idea what those means, but that may be that I’m Swedish…

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