Apparently I can’t link properly. It really is spelled sherbet on the packages. I felt like part of my childhood was a lie. see?
According to wikipedia:
“Sherbert,” Is an alternative spelling of sherbet, an iced dessert containing both fruit juice and between 1% and 2% milkfat.
I only recently found out the second R isn’t supposed to be there when someone showed me a carton of it to prove it. http://www.hood.com/uploadedImages/Hood/Products/Ice_Cream/Ice_Cream/HIC_Orange%20Sherbert.jpg
I too immediately wanted sources for some of this.
I managed to find http://www.mugglenet.com/jkr/interviews/dh-webchat.shtml If it’s an accurate transcript of the open interview she did state #14 which made me cry. #5 also hit me pretty hard, she didn’t say that exactly but she did say he never moved on. Hope that’s helpful, reply to me if you are able to find any better sources as I’m very curious.
Separate but equal? How incredibly forward thinking of you. The whole problem with your argument falls in the separation of church and state. If marriage is a legal term, it cannot legally be defined by religious values. If it is a religious term, then it deserves no legal status. If people insist that marriage be defined by religion then I say it should lose its legal status.
Come up with a new term for joining 2 human beings together with all the same benefits that marriage used to have. Then the people who are offended by the idea of a gay marriage can go to church and get married; they can enjoy that only people who think exactly like them can get married. But, if they want that status to be recognized by the government, they’ll have to go through a legal process as well.
That’s what I was thinking. I was like oh I love him for the audiobooks.
Actually, I think it’s ironic because Batman’s son just died in one of the comic book series.
I don’t read the series, but I remember hearing a lot about it from some of my friends that do.
Just do what makes you happy and let what others do what they want.
If it ends up being mainstream don’t let it bother you.
Well I imagine if you didn’t watch the show you wouldn’t necessarily know which character each actor plays.
I do think it’s a bit strange that they’re acting like people wanting to take pictures of someone in cosplay is creepy. I’ve never been to any sort of convention but isn’t getting your costume seen half the point? However, I do know that quite a few female characters are depicted in slutty outfits so that’s an entirely different issue. Also, even just putting your arm around someone for a picture is a bit odd to a lot of people. I wouldn’t call is sexual harassment but I would call it annoying.
omg I’m Margarey Royce too, only I’m Sellsword.
I’ve never known anyone to use pretty to mean someone was unthreatening. I’ve found it to have quite the opposite implication, actually. People prefer to both believe and follow others who look appealing.
From the sound of your comments your children are doomed no matter what. The personality of the parents shapes the future of the child in many ways, and what a poor personality you would contribute.
I think it’s fair to say the spice girls took the younger teenage girls by storm, for a few years at least? I know I was like 15 when that came out and I remember a lot of girls were absolutely obsessed, but I’m not sure it lasted long enough to define a generation.
Screw #24. If I order just an appetizer because I’m poor, I am not paying for an even portion of your appetizer, entree, wine, and dessert. I have had that happen so many times, then the person who ate the most gives just enough to cover what they think they owe before the bill comes and leaves.
A friend is just a friend unless you both want something more.
Would you expect your male friends to have sex with you because you’re friends?
The way I see it she probably wasn’t the first person to reject you and probably won’t be the last. That’s just how life is.
The “nice guys” described in this post become bitter and insult the woman for not choosing them, like she was obligated to.
Genuine nice guys move on and realize it was her loss.
To me the make up is more obvious in what it covers up, rather than what it brings out. The biggest thing I noticed is just the way it made their skin look different, no pores no blotches no bags under the eyes.