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do girls really mature faster? or do we just excuse boys’ immaturity longer?

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Why is it called a boner if there is no bone
the beatles my stuff 2 george harrison ugh no hair questions pls our hair's real what about yours lady? i need a tag for my fave interview moments like the one gracie has with mch fave beatles interview moments there ya go
  • 1:Hair Colour?
  • 2:Eye Colour?
  • 3:Are you tall or short?
  • 4:Any tattoos or piercings, yourself?
  • 5:Are you planning on getting any tattoos?
  • 6:Are you planning on getting any piercings?
  • 7:Do you have any scars? If yeah, pick one, how did you get it?
  • 8:Have you ever been in a movie/show? Even if just an extra?
  • ...
  • 1:What are you wearing?
  • 2:Ever been in love?
  • 3:Ever had a terrible breakup?
  • 4:How tall are you?
  • 5:How much do you weigh?
  • 6:Any tattoos do you want?
  • 7:Any piercings that you want?
  • 8:OTP?
  • ...
go to akinator. answer all questions truthfully about myself except for "no" to "are they real" and ...
  • 1. Who is your favorite Beatle?
  • 2. Who is your least favorite Beatle?
  • 3. Who is your favorite Beatle wife?
  • 4. Who is your least favorite Beatle wife?
  • 5. What is your favorite album?
  • 6. What is your favorite song?
  • 7. Do you believe in McLennon?
  • 8. What is your favorite picture of the Beatles?
  • ...
I wonder who the very first Homestuck cosplayer was I wonder if they knew that they were the first I wonder
  • 1. What are your tracked tags?
  • 2. If you write fan fiction, which characters/couples are your favorite to write? If not, for which ones would you consider writing?
  • 3. What are your OTFs and/or BROTPs?
  • 4. What is the nicest message you've ever received?
  • 5. What is the meanest message anyone has ever sent you?
  • 6. Do you have a guilty pleasure ship?
  • 7. Any song(s) that you consider the rightful property of your OTP?
  • 8. Which pairings do you like most from your other fandoms?
  • ...
  • White:3 imperfections
  • Black:5 things I like about myself
  • Red:5 facts about my family
  • Brown:facts about my tumblr
  • Yellow:Reason why my last relationship ended
  • Orange:Things I look for in guys
  • Pink:what i do before I go to sleep
  • Purple:what I look like
  • ...
Oh look, a non-ship related fandom questionnaire. Do you love it? I do. Have people send you numbers...
1. Favorite one-off episode of any series. 2. Favorite villain 3. Least favorite “main character” of a show 4. Favorite “sidekick” 5. Character you love to hate. 6. Favorite friendship 7. Friendship that never felt real to you. 8. Favorite wise-guy/jokester character 9. Least favorite villai...
  • Question:What inspired you to write THE BOOK THIEF?
  • Answer:I grew up in Sydney and had a pretty normal childhood with my brother and two sisters. We lived most of our lives in the backyard, doing typical Australian things, but once in a while, it wasn’t Sydney anymore – because our parents told us their stories. That was when a piece of Europe entered our household, and our lives.
  • It was never an organized thing. My mum and dad never sat us down and said, ‘Now we’re going to tell you where we came from.’ It was spontaneous. Something would happen, usually in the kitchen, and then came a story. We would hear about cities of fire, bombs shaking the ground, and what it was like to emerge from underground to discover that everything had changed.
  • One evening, I remember my mother telling us about something else she witnessed as a child, which has stayed with me a long time.
  • She told us of the time she saw Jewish people and other so-called criminals marched through her small town, on their way to Dachau. At the back of the line, an old man, totally emaciated, couldn’t keep up. When a teenage boy saw this, he brought the man a piece of bread and the man fell to his knees and held the boy’s ankles, thanking him…That was when a soldier marched over, tore the bread from the man’s hands and whipped him for taking it. Then, he chased down the boy and whipped him for giving him the bread in the first place. It was a story of great cruelty and kindness, simultaneously.
  • I didn’t know it at the time, but almost all of the stories my parents told were full of opposites:right and wrong, fear and relief, destruction and humanity. The other point I didn’t realize was that these stories became like a second language to me, and when I became a writer, that language was already there – just waiting. It was waiting for me to scratch the surface, reach in and pull it out as the beginnings of a book.
  • At first, The Book Thief was supposed to be a small novel – only a hundred pages or so – but the more time I spent with it, the more it grew, in every way. As three years of work went by, it changed from a book that meant something to me to a book that meant everything, and I’m very grateful for it. I’m also grateful to every reader who has picked it up and given it a chance. They’ve been more generous to The Book Thief than I could ever have imagined.