The idiom meaning to manage to get along with the means available is make do, not make due. Make do is short for make [something] do well enough, where do carries the rare sense to serve a specified purpose. So this do is similar to the one used in sentences such as, “I could use a cup of coffee, but tea will do.”
Here’s a map of every genre on Spotify, 1251 of them, organized by an algorithm along certain lines of tempo and tone. You can click any genre to hear a sample and then the arrow to explore within. I’m currently listening to some aggrotech, never heard of this subgenre before but it’s very loud and scrapey and German.
Pick your artist:
Are you a male or female:
Everything Has Changed
How do you feel:
Describe where you currently live:
If you could go anywhere, where would you go:
A Place In This World
Your favorite form of transportation:
Your best friend is:
You and your best friends are:
What’s the weather like:
Cold As You
If your life was a TV show, what would it be called:
Jump Then Fall
A game show, naturally.
What is life to you:
Your last relationship:
What is the best advice you have to give:
Come In With The Rain
Thought for the day:
or you’ll die
How I would like to die:
All Too Well
My soul’s present condition:
We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
I’m not even trying to mess with the cop’s life, I’m simply spooked.
Some people jokingly give Target the pseudo-French pronunciation // tar-ZHAY, as though it were an upscale boutique. This trend is incorrectly believed to have been started by Oprah Winfrey, when she used the French pronunciation to refer to the store on her television show, but has actually been traced back to 1962, the year the first Target store opened. Target once sold a line of shoes called “Ms Targe” this was reinforced by a 1980s television advertisement starring Didi Conn. This pronunciation has also led some people to incorrectly believe that the company is French-owned.
By god, the circle of life is beautiful.
I thought it was supposed to be song of the summer and not many many songs.