by Melvin Augustine 6 years ago
A riddle: What is 3/7 chicken, 2/3 cat and 1/2 goat?Just for fun
by SweetiePie 10 years ago
I love to watch old black and white movies because these have wonderful acting and storylines. Yes, black and white movies may not have all of the special effects of today's films, but actually this is why I love them so. There were some very good actors back in the day, and I enjoy...
by Roberta McIlroy 2 weeks ago
My 12 year old recently went on a camping trip with some of his dads friends. While on this 'camping' trip the following happened. The old ladys grand-daughter was 'upset' so the woman gave her car keys to my son and told him to take her grand-daughter for a drive. He said it was only...
by DaybyDayWriter 6 years ago
As you may have noticed Finding Nemo has come back to the big screen in 3D. This is one of my favourite Pixar animation movies. I went to see it a few days ago and decided to write a review. At the start of the movie a clownfish couple are talking about the future. A swordfish attacks...
by lrohner 3 years ago
My son is 19 going on 10. Do teen boys ever grow up???I've been a single mom 4ever, have successfully raised two girls, and yet my 19 year old son leaves me perplexed. Advice puleeze?
by MickeySr 7 years ago
What films were favorites of yours when you were 10 or 12 or so that you still watch from time-to-time and enjoy as much as ever? What 'old' movies do you share with your kids or grandkids?
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