Well, I assume he means America since this is something that's happening America, where they avoid using the word "Christmas". I know so many other people from other countries can see this, but this was directed at the author of the post. (BTW I like your user name, I love shaycarl and the shaytard :) I was in one of his videos once!)
My french teacher in middle school had braces. She also had red curly hair and wore parrot earrings...
It's more PC to say "Holidays" since this is America and we have such a mix of religions, even though most people do celebrate Christmas. It's a little ridiculous, Christmas is more cultural than religious in MY opinion. It's not like there's anything about Santa Claus in the bible. My dad's family is Jewish and they all celebrate christmas, maybe not as much as some people but they wouldn't be offended if they heard "Christmas" in a commercial.
It's because it's WAY more typical for white people to adopt a minority, from another country specifically where children are put up for adoption or lose their parents. It's not that it's 'wrong' or 'strange' for a minority to adopt a white child, it's just that it's different. Definitely not something you see too often (I don't think I ever have except in a movie).
...in American movies?
That would get confusing, especially for people with nicknames that start with a different letter. For example: Anthony/Tony would he say 'A' or 'T'?
i didnt even finish reading the post before i clicked on the comments
depends what youre in the mood from
yes, not really, no
In all seriousness, I think either Alden from braceface or Prince Eric from the little mermaid take that title.
being two places at the same time, pretending to be awful so their boyfriend/girlfriend will break up with them, going in jail for something stupid, having to go to the school dance with (gasp) A GEEK...... or anything that happened on boy meets world or full house
Harry Potter > Chronicles of Narnia > the crud under my show > the stuff you find in your drain after you snake it > the sheets on the beds of the cast of jersey shore > twilight
I think toms are cute, they're not for everyone but if you like them that's all that really matters. And the pair that goes to a kid in need is also a plus.
Harry Potter > Chronicles of Narnia > Twilight
What about glee?