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That’s disgusting.

Well done society.

Well done.

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I swear if this gets any more notes then I fear for the next generation.

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Dear God

I want hug every single one of you

internet hugs for everyone

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hqlines:

~ A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
I wish every young person would read and memorize this. Simply just by applying this quote in your life, almost 90% people will achieve their goals and perhaps would never ever give up.

hqlines:

~ A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

I wish every young person would read and memorize this. Simply just by applying this quote in your life, almost 90% people will achieve their goals and perhaps would never ever give up.

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victoriousvocabulary:

PATRICIAN
[noun]
1. a person of noble or high rank; aristocrat.
2. a person of very good background, education, and refinement.
3. a member of the original senatorial aristocracy in ancient Rome.
4. (under the later Roman and Byzantine empires) a title or dignity conferred by the emperor.
5. a member of a hereditary ruling class in certain medieval German, Swiss, and Italian free cities.
[adjective]
6. of high social rank or noble family; aristocratic.
7. befitting or characteristic of persons of very good background, education, and refinement.
8. of or belonging to the patrician families of ancient Rome.
Etymology: from Old French patricien, from Latin patricius, “noble”, from pater, “father”.
[Naoto Hattori - The Frog Prince]

victoriousvocabulary:

PATRICIAN

[noun]

1. a person of noble or high rank; aristocrat.

2. a person of very good background, education, and refinement.

3. a member of the original senatorial aristocracy in ancient Rome.

4. (under the later Roman and Byzantine empires) a title or dignity conferred by the emperor.

5. a member of a hereditary ruling class in certain medieval German, Swiss, and Italian free cities.

[adjective]

6. of high social rank or noble family; aristocratic.

7. befitting or characteristic of persons of very good background, education, and refinement.

8. of or belonging to the patrician families of ancient Rome.

Etymology: from Old French patricien, from Latin patricius, “noble”, from pater, “father”.

[Naoto Hattori - The Frog Prince]