That Girl with the Bow Tie.

I… I can’t even put into words how much Remus and Tonks’ deaths impacted me both in the book and the movie. The book showed me that even the toughest fighters had their vulnerabilities, and the movie… the movie. We got not even ten seconds in the movie to digest the fact that they had died. In those not even ten seconds it showed me that nobody in the Harry Potter universe is more loved, or more cherished, and they weren’t the only ones who died that day. Lots of others did too, so we can’t act like only they did.

Damn, this movie is dangerous to my health. It really gets to me where it hurts.

Who’s looking forward to Amber Benson as a stripper on Ringer?

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She is going to be a stripper on television… I have never seen this Ringer show before, but I will definitely be looking for this episode, my unhealthy obsession demands it.

Buffy needs to get over Angel and her narcissistic behaviour. Faith needs to get over her problems with commitment and trust issues. Once this happens they can finally admit their severe attractions to eachother and Fuffy will begin to finally exist. Because from where I’m standing, there is way too much sexual tension to be healthy for either of them.

To the days of Pokemon when there were only 151. When it meant loyalty and forever. Not the new days, where he only kept Pikachu and everyone else is… who knows where? Where his friends meant the world to him and weren’t replaceable by new trainers.

To the days of Pokemon when there were only 151. When it meant loyalty and forever. Not the new days, where he only kept Pikachu and everyone else is… who knows where? Where his friends meant the world to him and weren’t replaceable by new trainers.

The Lion King is my childhood. I grew up believing in Simba. He taught me that you can’t run away from your problems, you have to face them head on or you will never fix anything. “Hakuna Matata” also taught me that if you worry about every problem you encounter in life, it is really going to screw you over. I love this movie with all my heart.

The Lion King is my childhood. I grew up believing in Simba. He taught me that you can’t run away from your problems, you have to face them head on or you will never fix anything. “Hakuna Matata” also taught me that if you worry about every problem you encounter in life, it is really going to screw you over. I love this movie with all my heart.

Now I know, that to keep living isn’t to pass the pages on a calendar, but to understand that each and every page on that calendar is unique and unrepeatable.
Silvia Castro from Los Hombres de Paco.