Eating healthily and exercising don't give you pokey outey bones, how many Olympians have you seen with a thigh gap?
You do //WHAT?!//
I think I wanna be more than friends...
"Grow up!" yelled username 'Tinkerswift' at people she had never met before
I demand all straight men be forced to tell their parents that they "like to bang girls in their snatches". That shit would be Hilarious.
Scare the burglars! Frighten the cat! Startle the grandkids! Terrify your husband's mistress! Bother the cleaning lady! Bamboozle the UPS man! Reassure the gardener! Fuck with the meter reader! Amuse the electric company! Chase away the alligators! Endless fun! Dozens of uses! Hours of laughs!
This reminds me of the John Green quote from Paper Towns:
“Did you know that for pretty much the entire history of the human species, the average life span was less than thirty years? You could count on ten years or so of real adulthood, right? There was no planning for retirement, There was no planning for a career. There was no planning. No time for plannning. No time for a future. But then the life spans started getting longer, and people started having more and more future. And now life has become the future. Every moment of your life is lived for the future--you go to high school so you can go to college so you can get a good job so you can get a nice house so you can afford to send your kids to college so they can get a good job so they can get a nice house so they can afford to send their kids to college."
God is like a unicorn: believed by many to be mythical, but is in fact an awesome presence in the world.
Andy's mom's toys probably engage a stimulating conversation.
Sometimes you don't have the ability to get them a job. You also commonly need a house and nice clothes for people to even consider you for a job, or else people with thing you're going to steal from the store.
Okay, STORY TIME!!
When my great-grandmother was in her 60's and lived in a New York apartment, there was a homeless man she passed every day on her way to work. Every day she gave him $5 on her way to work, and $5 on her way back. About 10 years ago, when my aunt was wheeling her on the subway, a man in a suit stopped my aunt and explained that he was the homeless man, and thanks to the money she gave him, he was able to get back on his feet, get an apartment and a steady job. My great-grandmother wasn't able to give him a good job, but she gave what she could, and it changed this man's life. She died in 2005, and that man also came to her funeral.
"Whether you decide to come back through the pages of the books or through the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home." - J. K. Rowling.