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Negative inversion tweets

Here are some tweets that illustrate negative inversion:


Not only has he taken my seat he also stole the remote 😒 pic.twitter.com/vgzJdu0Lkc — SPN*NI ❌✒ (@TVDNI_SpnNI) octubre 7, 2015
"Not since I fell off the roof as our trampoline was delivered have things come together so perfectly." Phil Dunphy — Lewis Roderick (@lewisroderick) octubre 6, 2015
Witnessed a guy opening the door for a lady tonight... Hardly ever do I see that. It's sad I felt that that was so rare, I had to tweet it — mek milli (@OhhMyMekaaaa) octubre 16, 2015
It's crazy how we used to think Christopher Columbus was a good person 😴 little did we know — Bee (@beedonkadonks) octubre 12, 2015
No way am I going to college just for a one hour lesson while I'm feeling this fragile, bed all day sounds much better 😄😄😄 — Kirsty Jade Sykes (@Kirstsykes_) octubre 12, 2015
Only now do I truly understand the meaning of the quote 'you're only as good as the company you keep' — Katrinananana …

As sick as a parrot

Who's a pretty boy then? Man cuts off his ears to look like a parrot
Ted Richards, 56, has already had his face and eyeballs tattooed, next he wants a surgeon to turn his nose into a beak
A man who had his face and eyeballs tattooed to look like his pet parrots has gone a step further - by cutting off his ears.

Ted Richards, 56, is obsessed by pets Ellie, Teaka, Timneh, Jake and Bubi and has his face tattooed with colourful feathers.

But the animal lover - who has 110 tattoos, 50 piercings and a split tongue - has now had both his ears removed by a surgeon in a six hour operation. Source: Daily Telegraph Vocabulary:
to turn into -

to go a step further -

to split (v, adj) -

to remove -

to sever -

a beak -

to tease -

gory (adj) -

to be likely to -

retired (adj) -

to brand -

a magnet -

as well as (linker) -

to scour -

a wing -

to keep tight-lipped -

to carry out (an operation, a survey...) -

to undergo (an operation) -

an issue -

a pin -

to add -

blimey! -

to blow (blew, blown) off -

a chuc…