I love Harry Potter, but I definitely prefer the books over the movies. It is nice seeing everything on the big screen though, and it’s cool how real they make things look. But I will always choose the books over the movies! :D
and of course I’m excited for July 15th!!!
So stop looking guilty/trying to justify yourself while you eat that bacon. JUST EAT IT!
I KNOW I FORGOT THE WORD “MEAN”!!!!!
It was a typo because I had to resize the fonts in order to fit all the words in the way I wanted to, and in changing the fonts I had to move the words around. By doing so I got mixed up and forgot to retype the word “mean”. I’ve fixed it now, so please stop giving me crap. I think it’s funny too and pretty silly and embarrassing (especially since it’d happen on this post), but NO NEED TO BE MEAN. EVERYONE MAKES MISTAKES. I’ve fixed it now, so THANKS.
…although I do admit I’ve resorted to the tactic of correcting grammar when I have nothing else I can say in an argument haha.
edit: Wow, I would make a huge mistake on a grammar related post. harhahrharhahrarhar I suck. Fixed it now! Forgive me!
Explanation: If a bisexual girl starts dating a guy, that doesn’t always mean she’s “become straight”.
I’ve been hesitant to post something like this for a while because of the huge debate I know it’ll spark. (TAIWAN IS NOT A PART OF CHINA/TAIWAN IS A PART OF CHINA BLAHLAHlAHH!!!!) My parents were born and raised in Taiwan, but 3/4 of my grandparents are from China. I speak Mandarin Chinese, but I don’t know any Taiwanese (my parents speak Taiwanese to each other when they’re talking about me :/). At home, where almost everyone I know is Asian, I usually say I’m Taiwanese. In college, where Asians are more rare, I say I’m Chinese because when I say “Taiwanese”, either they don’t automatically understand the connection to Chinese, or because they say “Isn’t that the same thing as Chinese?”… and I don’t feel like explaining.