Was actually just about to point that out... even in understandable english it's complete nonsense. WTF does that even mean? O.o
I seriously doubt sobriety would've helped the logic.
If you DO figure it out, please tell us!
Is that how you reason as well?
Are we talking 90% ugly dresses or 90% ugly people here?
Ok... read the post. Over, and over, and over... and over... and over. I seriously can not understand this logic, even if I worked out the grammatical parts. Read all the comments. Nothing helped.
This post is fxcked. I love it!
Da capo, if I may ask? ;)
I think the last sentence would be more correct with "we were before the future".
However.. it still doesn't make any fxcking sense.
Speaking scientifically you're never the same person from one second to the other. Your cells multiply, die & gets exchanged all the time.
Psychologically you technically do not change. You just evolve, depending on what company you keep, the way you're raised, the environment within which you spend your time etc.
So technically you're both right & wrong at the same time.
Thank you for ruining one of the greatest children's movie ever made.
Her title is not really up for a discussion, however, while we're on the topic; she should be referred to as A Queen seeing as (which someone so nicely pointed out) she is not a queen REGENT and will not be gaining the throne should Will die before her.
This had me laughing for 10 minutes straight though.. smartass joke. Me like ^^,
I hear ya sister!
I'm studying to become a teacher, so encountering the teachers that really shouldn't be is so extra annoying. All you keep thinking about are all the things that you NEVER want to do when you're a finished teacher, you know?
According to the second movie they were apparently part of the pride at some point, I'm not sure whether that was in the first movie or not though...
That wasn't really what I meant, since it seems that this guy sort of told you. I'm talking about the guys/girls who give hints that are really obvious, so that everyone understands, but they never actually tell you straight out what's really going on. And this, even though you know fully well what's going on, thanks to everybody else, and the fact that he/she is so obvious.
Your 'relationship' with this guy though seems extremely complicated. My personal opinion is; if he says that he likes you, and you've told him you like him, but he can't leave his girlfriend, then he's not worth the trouble. Personally, I think he should have a pretty damn good reason to be going around kissing other girls (in this case you) and not telling his girlfriend, or breaking up with her. Unfortunately, the only reason to kiss another person when you're in a relationship is; none. Either you keep your lips to yourself, or you break up with your partner.
Confront him. Push him up against a wall (metaphorically speaking of course), and ask him what's going on so that you can come to a conclusion to either be together or act like it didn't happen.
Of course, that's just my personal opinion.
I know exactly what you mean. This particular class where the thought hit me was a lesson on ethics and moral. And that could be really interesting! But it was just "Eh..." which sucks. The only interesting part of the class were two of my classmates mouthing off about whether or not we should celebrate the end of a schoolyear in church...