A lot of kids call their siblings “Sister” or “Brother” for a while when they’re young. I know my younger brother did until he was about 5 or 6. I think it’s because parents often refer to them as “your brother” or “your sister” and they more easily associate with that rather than their name.
Response to 21 Harsh Truths Every Coffee Snob Needs To Hear:
It’s not an English spelling. It’s the wrong spelling or rather, the wrong word entirely. Colombian = something/someone from Colombia. Columbian = Related to Christopher Columbus or early America (USA).
For those with Netflix issues, download the “Hola” add-on (I use it in Chrome, but I think it’s also available in Firefox). Just choose USA as your country of choice and then log in to Netflix. You’ll be able to view any streaming shows that are available to US Netflix users. I’m currently using the UK option to watch ‘Orphan Black’ which isn’t available to stream in the US yet.
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Bacon vs Waffles? Can there be an option to have both? Like bacon on my waffles?
Response to 23 Hilariously Weird Thoughts You Had As A Kid:
When I was little I thought the name you were given at birth was your name only. I didn’t meet another kid with the same name until I was about 6 or 7and I insisted that she had to be wrong. “But that’s MY name!!!!”
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