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"Wherefore" actually means "why"; Juliet is asking why he must be Romeo, and a hated Montague. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 35)
I looked into the TARDIS, and it looked into me... on Attack kitty (Upvotes: 34)
At least she showed remorse. Jo says she cried when writing Fred's death. Also, fun fact: Jo never intended to elaborate much on Harry's parents' deaths. However, her mother died of complications of her primary progressive multiple sclerosis while HP was still undergoing plot outlines and adjustments. Having felt that grief, she expressed it in Harry, especially in the famous Mirror of Erised scene. on Funnyism Picture (Upvotes: 19)
@Tertium, I tried Elementary, I really did... but I strongly disliked it. I didn't understand why Watson had to be genderbent. There was no romance between them, and it's not like Lucy Liu was so mindblowingly perfect for the role they had to change it for her... it was so obviously so they could appeal to the male audience. I disliked that Watson was Holmes's sober companion, because it gave them an excuse, if that makes sense? What I love about the original stories is the inherent need they have for each other, emotionally (in a platonic way, of course). Forcing them together like that sort of cheapens it. The show isn't as well written, and the cases aren't compelling at all. There is practically nothing, besides names, that turns this from being a regular crime drama to a Sherlock story. on thmpthmpthmp (Upvotes: 18)
Did you even read the definition you're citing? "Typically used with reference to social and cultural differences RATHER THAN biological ones." Chromosomes are a biological difference - sex. They aren't perfect synonyms. Having a word that means "non-biological sex characteristics" doesn't promote transgenderism or advance any agenda. Calm down. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 27)

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