Act like it. 

‘TIME shamelessly panders to the “My Mom” demographic.' - Seth Meyers
We have an obligation to use the language. To push ourselves: to find out what words mean and how to deploy them, to communicate clearly, to say what we mean. We must not to attempt to freeze language, or to pretend it is a dead thing that must be revered, but we should use it as a living thing, that flows, that borrows words, that allows meanings and pronunciations to change with time.
Neil Gaiman, from “Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming,” The Guardian (October 15, 2013)

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"What’s the nicest thing your brother has ever done for you?"
“One time he made me a card. It said: ‘Dear Steve, thanks for giving me a new toy.’”

An old bank in Paris that was turned into a bookstore.
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