Gay couple asked to reverse shirt at Dollywood →
“That’s what we found so offensive — that he said it was a family park,” Tipton said. “Families come in a wide range of definitions these days and we were with our family.”
if you're going to be with me, you have to be down...
this item was in the back of my cousins car
chitroit: what is this tho. i am unfamiliar. i have two of them in my car… at the end of july.. just in case..
please understand: the difference between 'loose'...
paintwithwords: loose: the opposite of tight. The knot at the end of this rope is loose. lose: present tense of having lost. the opposite of ‘win.’ the opposite of ‘find.’ I hope we don’t lose the game. Did you lose your keys? also, choose and chose. know your tense. :]