BreathlessBreathless-Breathless by MoonlightWriter13
That's how you left me
Stunned and faltering
Eyes wide open
And heart beating fast
Doing all I could to make
That moment last
And thrown off course
Soft voice now hoarse
A surprise to all
Except for you
You planned it out
And now it's true
No going back
To what once was
Simple friends no longer
My mind's a-buzz
You've changed it all
And I'll thank you again!
You've broken my heart
Now it's time for revenge
The Living Legend:New Beginnings,Chapter 9 The Overprotective HusbandThe Living Legend:New Beginnings,Chapter 9 by Allycat2121
As the sixth month of Alyssa's pregnancy draws near, Norm becomes more and more protective of his beloved wife. In other words, the overprotective behavior of his gets way out of preposition. Which made Alyssa feel irritable and suffocated. Even though, Norm has his good reasons for acting the way he does. At some point, he's going to drive his pregnant wife crazy. Then, its going to end up in one big, splattered mess! It's your almost normal early afternoon Friday in Fairyworld for Alyssa and Norm. The two of them is just hanging out at the apartment, enjoying their day. Norm is cleaning the kitchen for his wife, since she's in no condition to do any housework. He insisted to it for her. As for Alyssa, she's in the living room. Sitting on the couch playing her favorite video game of all time! Which is, "Alice: Madness Returns"! "Phew! The kitchen is finally done
An extension of How not to Write Love Interests“Faith, in the sense in which I am here using the word, is the art of holding on to things your reason has once accepted, in spite of your changing moods.” - C.S LewisAn extension of How not to Write Love Interests by MakingFunOfStuff
This quote is about faith not love, but you can see how the same logic applies. If faith is not merely to "feel" as if you believe something, why should love be merely to "feel" that you like something?
In the end, faith is remembering you have reason to believe, and love is a choice about how you treat someone. Feelings are irrelevant. They are passing. They are constantly changing, and that's natural. They can indeed play a role in our decisions about relationships, but are a fickle factor to base an entire decision off of. It's like building a house on the sand. We're human beings with intelligence, and there is no such thing as a feeling so powerful we HAVE to act on it-that is fantasy.
What about circumstances? What about age? Can it ever be simply a waste of time?
On my last deviation, people arg
Why I Judge People"Judge not, lest you be judged."Why I Judge People by MakingFunOfStuff
Christian or otherwise, these days it's everyone's favorite Bible verse.
Or is it?
Perhaps we should say, it's everyone's favorite Bible verse when taken out of context.
First of all, let's get this straight: it's telling us that we can't condemn people as in, "you're going to Hell!"
Respectfully telling someone, in their best interest, that what they're doing is wrong? Not so much.
If we only looked a little further, we would also notice verses such as:
"Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment."
"If your brother sins, go and show him his fault in private; if he listens to you, you have won your brother."
Now that you don't have the Bible to back you up, there are a few things I would like to say about this obnoxious "NO JUDGING!!!!111" phase we're unfortunately going through at the moment.
If someone has sincerely (*non-immaturely) told you that they want you to go to Hell, you are excused. Mos
How to Judge a Book by its CoverWhen it comes to the "literature" from the Young Adult section at the library, I think it's gotten to the point that you can indeed judge a book by its cover.How to Judge a Book by its Cover by MakingFunOfStuff
Just because something is a book, does not mean that it doesn't make you stupid. Sometimes books can be brain-rotting, even more so than a good old, wholesome cartoon, if I may be so bold.
Today I will show you a guide about how to judge a book by its cover; that way you can conveniently know what books to avoid and which you decide are tolerable.
WARNING!!!!!!!! DO NOT CONFUSE THESE FOR GOOD BOOKS THAT HAVE SOME OF THE SAME TRAITS.
Okay, carry on:
Charlie Jackson is a teenage boy who is off to save the world from an evil foe. He and his best friend: Conveniently-Loyal-Steve, the girl he secretly admires for some unknown reason even though she's a huge jerk: Girls-Have-To-Be-Perfect-And-Tough-Or-Else-It's-Sexist-Jane, set off as an "unlikely" trio on a cliche adventure peppered with mostly sarca
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