To me that would be an acquaintance. Someone you are acquainted with, but you have no strong feelings about.
He has the right not to go through with them, but mostly he just tosses them out and tells us to "stop whining," when we're really just trying to help.
Role playing game game, huh?
Try telling that to the student council that didn't give me the basket I won because not enough people entered the contest...
Yes, forcing everyone to learn Latin would make it easier to learn other romance languages afterwards, but that doesn't mean it's a good idea. If you want to learn Spanish, or Portuguese, or whatever, just learn that language. Learning Latin in order to learn another language is a really roundabout way of doing things, and if you don't care to learn Latin it's a waste of time.
I love your chair.
Maybe they wanted to make both readings stand out.
A lot of people's eyebrows are a different color from their natural hair.
Not really. Infants will cry over anything. If your heart is going to break every time your baby wakes up, you're gonna end up spoiling the kid.
I know both of you!
Pigfarts, Pigfarts, here I come!
Immortality is more of a curse than a blessing, if you're the only one who has it. I wouldn't force someone I love to watch everyone they know die.
Then unless it's an autobiography, the author's pretty conceited. If it is an autobiography, the author's probably still at least a little conceited.
Either call no blitz or stfu.