> No one has ever died wearing me. # It’s true. She leaves the unworthy before they fall.
- A way of transcribing a discussion between two people. It’s often written out the same way the flavor text is written out.It’s used in computer text the (>) & (#) is a way to designate speakers
> No one has ever died wearing me
# It’s true. She leaves the unworthy before they fall.
Lady luck has been said to “leave you” before you start having bad luck.
- It started as two fingers up palm side facing you and then make the Extralinguistic trill with your mouth as a sign of disappointment, disapproval or getting over something/someoneThe Extralinguistic trills, or aka
Comes from British Cockney means Raspberry Tart or plainy said Fart.