Butterfly Kisses. Definitely Butterfly Kisses.
See, this is why things are "based" on a true story or "inspired" by a true story: because you two are supposed to end up in love at the end. I totally would have forgiven you both if you decided to Mike Daisey this story for our benefit.
Is there a word for the desire to tell people to stop liking and therefore posting pictures of cute kids with surgical scars on Facebook, mixed with the fear that actually doing so will make you look like the biggest jerk in the world?
@iceberg I'm a Chicagoan, but I still think the Chicago-Style pizza is an abomination.
A proper Chicago-Style hot dog is a little bit of heaven, though.
"Do Millenials Stand a Chance in the Real World?" Oh, I'm sure they don't, because a fairly large recession during a time of great technological advances and enlightenment has got to be the hardest thing any generation has ever gone through.
Well, I'd be turning off Cinemax sometime around 11 pm, that's for sure.
Well, they're different in that one is a lot less messy.
@Queen of Pickles I heard that the Inuit have 20 different words for "orgasm"?
Considering conjoined twins have to deal with every other very private issue together, I don't think sex would be that much different for them to deal with.
However, I'd like to hear about how they deal with a scenario where one of the conjoined twins doesn't like the other's sexual partner. Like, so much so where he or she tries to deliberately kill the mood by farting or loudly eating potato chips every time they start having sex.
But Vanderburgh notes that some men struggle, too, particularly those who are taller or bigger generally or have long arms.
They needed a study for all this? I could have told you this in middle school when we all had to the Presidential Fitness Test and the short kids could rock 15 pullups no problem while the lanky kids (like myself) struggled to get 2. No one was lifting weights at that age, so the conclusion seems sort of obvious.
This information would not have made gym class any less traumatizing for me, I might add.