71% Hydrogen - 27.1% Helium - .97% Oxygen - .4% Carbon ~This is the general chemical make up of a typical star ~This blog is dedicated to Astronomy. For the time being, it will consist only of a current project that I am conducting at Eastern University. People come here to see the stars the way I do. Officially, this is "My Astronomy Binder" - Unofficially, this is my way of making University a little more palatable.
THE REASON WOMEN DIDNT PAY FOR THEIR MEALS WAS BECAUSE THEY WEREN’T ALLOWED TO HAVE BANK ACCOUNTS AND WHEN WOMEN EARN THE SAME AS MEN THIS FORM OF “CHIVALRY” WILL MOST LIKELY END AS MANY COUPLES ALREADY SPLIT THE BILL OKAY CAN PEOPLE STOP USING THIS IN A DISCUSSION OF EQUALITY AND IM SORRY FOR CAPS LOCKS I WANTED TO STOP BUT IT WAS TOO LATE
Apparently this was something that needed to be done. [All nouns except where noted are courtesy of K and myself]
Enjolras —> A fleet of Enjolrai
Combeferre —> A business of Combeferres
Courfeyrac —> A chlamydia of Courfeyracs [courtesy of playthatsadtrombone]
Bahorel —> A bellowing of Bahorels
Bossuet —> A clove of Bossuets
Feuilly —> A fan-fare of Feuillys
Grantaire —> A clusterfuck of Grantaires
Jehan —> A enjambment of Jehans
Joly —> An epidemic of Jolys
and if you’re feeling nice…
Marius —> A heartful of Marius (alternatively a swoon of Marius)
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