For this episode, we put out the call to listeners, and they responded. Daniel’s taking questions and giving answers.

Should we be fustrated or listen to vinyls? Is a movie based on or based off a true story? How do you recognise gaslighting? What does a linguistics career look like? And have you got another think coming?

Daniel answers them all and more on this episode of Talk the Talk.

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Show notes

Google Books: fustrated
Google Books link

Online Etymology Dictionary: fustrate

Grammarist: Another think coming

The Truth About Black Twitter

Why Black Twitter Is Bigger Than Any One Story

Black Twitter’s hilarious verification questions to prevent racist infiltration

What can you do with linguistics?

5 Common Phrases You May Not Realize Are Gaslighting

From Theater to Therapy to Twitter, the Eerie History of Gaslighting

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