People who continuously like to point out the 'flaws' in Shakespeare's works obviously aren't really experiencing them. They're just going through the motions of working out the plot. It's really quite annoying. These plays are famous for a reason; they are much deeper and more complex then 'Ew it was creepy and weird and they died it's dumb'. You're supposed to analyze them and interpret them. For instance, when I think of Romeo and Juliet I think about the innocence of young love. Yes, it happened quickly, but frankly that seems to suit it- young love is about naivety and failing to see flaws in one another. There are also other themes concerning many different aspects of the story, for instance- working against societal rules. There are countless posts on here about what was 'wrong' with the story, but frankly if you're going to read a classic work like this only to get caught up with technicalities then why bother.
This is also a good technique when making out. Except you know- use your tongue, not your ass.
there's this crazy concept called trust.
if you're getting married to someone you should probably consider it.
By the way, you should probably refrain from putting smiley faces after your points during a serious argument. It kind of makes you seem like an arrogant prick.
Probably a bit bad at first, but the knowledge that I literally made someone cum so hard they died of euphoria would make up for it.
Yeah going off of what HMDucky said, I don't think sex shaming should exist, period. You don't fix a problem by making it worse. "hey, instead of making only one group feel oppressed let's oppress EVERYONE!" no one should be ashamed about the amount of people they've been with whether it be 0 or 100. It's no one's business and unless they're purposely being careless or hurting people they shouldn't feel bad about what they do in their private time.
You're incorrect since with a lot of polls the subjects volunteered or are getting some sort of reward for doing so. The surveyors are able to extrapolate the data and get a fairly correct statistic. If you've taken a stats course or anything similar you'd know this. Just because _some_ kids screw around with small scale surveys it doesn't mean that they all become invalid. This can be proven by the fact that the vast majority of statistics prove to be accurate. Political polls, for instance, shown by the voting done later on.
Also, the issue of obesity is based on more than simply polling- medical records come into play, as well as taking into consideration the eating habits of the average American. The issue of teenage sex, while also partly based on polling, is also based on other statistics, such as the amount of recorded teen pregnancies in hospitals/abortion clinics/etc, the average age of a consumer for products like condoms or birth control, etc.
One does not simply take a poll. Its black gates are guarded by more than just deceptive teenagers. There is evil there that does not sleep, and one must extract data carefully.
Congratulations to anyone who actually read this.
western movies kind of do that to every culture. everyone in whatever country is out to get the one american guy who ends up saving everything.
there. i just spoiled like, 600 movies for you.
How is it we're still even using the word 'slutty'. It's kind of taking a step backwards for women who fought/fight for equal rights..
Before I read what was after that first comma I thought this was gonna be about something COMPLETELY different.
Oblivious panda is not so oblivious
Well.. the two aren't really related.. For instance, I am a huge fan of Robert Downey Jr.'s because he's an amazing actor and musician, and seems like a genuinely great person- so I will readily praise him/his work (as will many). The "Creator of the Universe" is totally different however- they are not a fellow human who had some sort of admirable skill- they are implied to be a magical being who somehow came to exist before everything else, and then proceeded to create everything we know today (without any concrete explanation to humans as to why or how). One is asking me to appreciate someone and one is asking me to blindly believe a theory of how the universe works based on faith alone. They aren't comparable things.
While I don't like animal testing for medicine, I get why it's necessary. But the amount of animal testing that goes on for superficial reasons is ridiculous- every shampoo, perfume, mascara, soap, detergent, even bleach and more that you use was probably tested on animals. Despite the fact that most of these companies already know the basic effects of their products, or have the option to create better products that don't require testing. All people need to do is buy animal friendly products only and soon enough companies will be forced to be more humane. It's not like it's asking a lot sincea lot of good mainstream products are cruelty free and they could easily look up friendly companies online, and yet most don't think 'it's worth their time'. I don't get how people can be like that.
i love how people piss themselves when someone mentions anything even remotely relevant to MLIA.
you do realize that YOU'RE the ones obsessed with it, not us?
honestly, i'm not going to erase waldo, harry potter, forts, blankets, costumes, and whatever else from my life because you pricks think it's all of a sudden 'not cool'. honestly.
cute post by the way.
It reminds me of those girls who get in very public fights on facebook and say stuff like 'dont flatter urself hun ;)' or 'omg your soooooooo fake!!1!one'