With that logic, I could call a doll a child because it LOOKS like a baby. Also, not all abortions are out of selfishness. Some women will die if they don't get an abortion, some are raped, and some can barely support themselves. I know that's not all of the reasons, but it's something to consider.
That's really not funny.
This needs to be in the I Do That Too! Group.
I actually don't have a doctor (no insurance). If it ever gets too bad, I'll probably make an appointment with the student healthcare center at my university, but right now, it's very low on my list of priorities, due to how busy I am during the year, and the cost of lab tests.
People choose to leave other people, you can't "steal" another person's significant other.
Cool Ranch Doritos aren't blue.
I would say that women's soccer in the US is like this. They have a lot of great players, but a lot of them are paid less than 30k a year. You can't help but respect them for loving the game enough to play for that little.
Most of the time I am fairly sure that I am.
That's true. It's weird, because I'm a lot busier now than I was a few months ago, but I comment a lot more . Maybe that's why I have so much studying to do
That's a sweet thought.
I get that this is a joke and all, but am I the only one who seems to be mostly surrounded by fairly normal people? It seems like you constantly hear about insane people in stores, and I usually have a pretty uninteresting experience.
I had to read the Scarlet Letter last year as well. It was probably the worst book I had ever read. I didn't care about any of the characters, and the plot managed to be so full of useless words that I fell asleep everytime that I read it.
Ok, rant over. I just really hated that book.
I always feel so formal when I say hello to people.
Ok. You're entitled to your opinion.
I find it funny that people were already having this problem 3 years ago.