Movies teach us how to be. We learn morals, ethical lessons, how to interact with others, how to fall in and out of love. And we learn from movies how to view others—and how to view ourselves.
Some obvious tips on what to wear and how to behave in order to blend in with the Serbian masses and explore your tourist destination in peace. Tourists are few and usually stick out from the crowd with the way they look or dress. In case you yourself personally are one of those tourists, you probably want to fit in, to become one of the locals and to avoid getting looked at like a non-local weirdo you are.
Relative of mine was babbling about how their daughter needs braces and how the family orthodontist wants the kid to wear them for more than 16 hours a day, and how she is going to insist that her daughter actually wear these to school. I was pretty stunned that there are parents out there that would actually insist upon doing this to their teenage children. Not sure how gaudy the thing would be but it would definitely have the wires going from the braces to back around the ears or whatever it is. I actually thought this was just a hokey thing from the movies, I never saw any kids in school growing up that wore headgear, which I always figured was because it is most surefire way of crippling your kids self-esteem.
Inside the emboldened, if hardly unified, ranks of the L. By Benoit Denizet-Lewis. Holden was drinking disappointing sangria with a friend at the bar of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, where he had come last February more out of curiosity than reverence for the president.
By far the most viral story of this past weekend is Florida mommyblogger Katie Vyktoriah's terrifying tale of bigotry encountered at a local Walmart. The year-old Davenport mother of two, who writes about her family life on AMotherThing. It all started with a recent trip to Walmart, which Katie says Dexter did not particularly want to take, especially without his favorite "lace flower headband.