I’ve known that for a while but that’s only because you tell me pretty often
I don’t like watching anybody make the same mistakes I made! I thought I gave you every reason to accept that I’m for real.
I always order an egg and cheese biscuit and a hashbrown and then put half of the hashbrown on the sandwich and eat it and I’m still surprised they don’t just serve the sandwiches with hashbrowns on them.
The “McGriddle” sandwich served between two pancakes was a thing so I really don’t understand why there isn’t a McHashbrown
robinlefabuleux replied to your post: Since you’re possibly the most reliable person to…
I think they mean like would a Griffyndor/Ravenclaw couple work and whatnot. At least that’s my guess.
I’ve had one girlfriend and she’s as much of a slytherin as I am, so I might not be the authority on this one!
domsyellowpants replied to your post: Since you’re possibly the most reliable person to…
Here’s my advice: If you genuinely like the person, don’t worry about silly things like their Hogwarts house or their sign.
Hogwarts houses are a collection of broad, overlapping traits designed to identify the most comfortable social, educational, and disciplinary styles that can be effectively used on a student. The compatibility of two people in different houses, like all relationships, depends entirely on the people in question and what they look for in potential partners.
Wait people actually thought that
People also didn’t quite get that this character
and this character
were cousins who looked a lot alike, and so the former’s death in “Army of Ghosts” would have no bearing on whether or not the latter could appear in “Smith and Jones,” since they were played by the same actor.
And people just plain don’t talk about how these two characters:
have absolutely no relation to one another
domsyellowpants replied to your post: Did you even bother going and reading more of my posts? Or did you just make a generalization based off one post I made? We can have a civil debate. That’s up to you, though. As for who ever replied saying my followers will send you anon hate.. they won’t. I don’t even have that many followers let alone that care about politics. Let’s talk.
“Hey, I was a little dillhole, but I still feel entitled to have people argue with me whenever I want because I DESERVE IT”
“Hey idiot, why are you brushing me off? I want to have a civil debate! What do you mean you don’t want to have a debate because I’m rude and disrespectful? Haven’t you even bothered to do an in-depth check of my blog?”
Probably the 90s.
Isn’t it like 1995?
It’s at least 1996 (series run 1996-2004), but still, it’s weird to me that all that was under $10 and they still expected there to be change and, I assume, money left over for a tip because they were eating at a sit-down diner
domsyellowpants replied to your post: Ooooh youre goiing to call me a peasant. SOOOO offensive ooh im scared now so offended zomg how could you? Peasants rock. They made up most of the population, adn did all the work while nobles like you sat all high and mighty on their thrones and acted like they were better than everyone else
Dan could you please just block her and be done with it? This girl is seriously pissing me off.
Yeah, I’m bored of her anyway. She’s gonezo.
Just wear a suit.
Problem is I don’t have a suit jacket. I’ve got dress pants and shoes, a dress shirt, a tie, all black. I don’t know whether or not I’m supposed to wear a jacket (and I think my sister is bringing me mine tomorrow) but in case that doesn’t work, is it OK to wear a suit without a jacket, or will I look like I’m eleven?