I prefer "Don't hate the soldier; hate the war."
However, I applaud the fact that a semicolon was used correctly over the internet.
No, Victoria! Murder is bad! ...but torture is the answer to everything. Except time travel. And World War III.
Psh. Everyone knows the Beatles were inspired by acid, not pot, silly!
It's actually a pose that turns one's waist to the side slightly, making one look thinner.
Look at your comments, now back at mine, now back at yours, now back to mine. Sadly, your comments aren't mine, but they could be just as intelligent if awesomeGirl weren't such a dumbass who just likes to hear herself speak. I'm on a horse.
I think that's why Hermione ended up in Gryffindor rather than Ravenclaw. That, and it was pretty much a plot device.
And the day of Harry's conception.
Or be asked to describe time without calling it a ball of wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey stuff.
Yeah, those two extra months come from July and August, because Julius and Augustus Caesar both wanted months named after them. It's also why July and August are the only back-to-back 31-day months -- they wanted them to be of equal importance.
I resemble the elusive homo sapiens.
Not really what I meant. Obviously there was all that crap like slavery and the Holocaust, but were a group of men ever punished due to the simple fact that they were MEN?
Besides marriage, of course.
To me, It makes more sense because freezing is zero.
They know that I wouldn't have sex. It'd be more like:
"Dad, mom, I have something to tell you."
"Are you finally coming out? Are you going to tell me that you're a lesbian? Because we know you are. You like girls; we know it. You're in love with Sarah, aren't you?"
"I'm not gay..."
"I got an A on my AP Bio final, though."
"Oh, that's nice." Then they walk away looking disappointed in me.
I wonder who teaches sex ed at Hogwarts.
Also, whether "wingardium leviosa" would work in the way I'm thinking...
A fruit is the ovary of a plant.