Whats that movie
what is that christmas movie where a pregnant girl and a boy break into a toy store and there is a toy train and the girl has the kid and when the boy was younger he usted to do the same thing as he was a juvinal and thye also brough orphna kids into the toy store with them
by choiceessentials 8 years ago
Of late, there seems to have a surge of older women with younger guys. Is there any thing wrong with that?Should the couple fear how others look at them?What is the acceptable age gap?Your views??
by Helen Murphy Howell 5 years ago
What One Thing Scares You The Most?For me it just has to be clowns! Even as a kid I was scared of them. At a local annual fair they used to have two clown figures at the entrance gate when I was kid, I used to hold my Dad's hand real tight and shut my eyes when passing by them!!
by Kelly Kline Burnett 6 years ago
As I approach 50, I see the same lines, age spots and drooping jowl in the mirror before me.I am becoming my mother in the mirror.I fear this will only get worst.HELP! Get that old woman out of my mirror!
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