Roger in a kilt standing next to a giant wheel, just to remind everyone that today is Thursday and I Know Where I’m Going is a lovely film.
you know what a scary thought is
people shutting down bookstores because “no one buys books” anymore they just download them
and if thats not scary then i dont know what is
avowalsanddenials answered: It depends on the context - “does not have patience” and “and begins working” is more formal.
|—||George Costanza reading the J. Peterman catalog (via mentaldysentery)|
ghost-of-perfection answered: 1. “He has no patience for Janie” is better
ghost-of-perfection said: 2. the second one is better :) good luck
Thank you. The one you said was right for 1 was actually my original sentence, but you know how peer editors can be.
I almost forgot that it’s Hanukkah right at this very moment (since I am sort of forgetful), so happy Hanukkah as well, my dears. I have no picture to put here, as I do not know what the proper image would be (no iconic painting springs to mind immediately).