It was back-to-school season, and I was going to be in third grade. It was time to buy my school clothes at JCPenney. But we ended up buying only white shirts and no red ones whatsoever, because there weren't any good ones left.
The first day, I wore a white shirt.
Second, white again.
Third, white again.
Fourth, white again.
Fifth day, Mom handed me my red shati from sekunde grade. I was excited. But she alisema it was tight, so I had to change my shati and wear a white one instead. I was saddened.
From the very first time Bing Bong appear in the movie, I already sensed that he is very similar... to Olaf of Frozen! Here are some of the likenesses I have discovered so far! I have enumerated 12 resemblances.
[b]1. Both have similar ubunifu such close gap between the eyes, wide mouth, and long nose. Moreover, both have a very similar pose in this promotional picture.
2. Both have alike personalities. They are easygoing, cheerful, talkative, and, of course, imaginative.
Hi everyone, I just finish watching this wonderful film with my grandmother and mother. Despite that they watch it for a while, here is my review about the movie in general and what I think about it.
The film opens to be very cheerful and very whimsical, I have to give kudos to the filmmakers because it gives us a wonderful introduction about 5 main emotions that we experience everyday! They also tend not to portray Riley something like Carrie from Stephen King's Carrie, especially in the way she projects her emotions. They tend to represent...
Excerpt: link I took the chemsha bongo too. Apperiently I'm a crier :3 I acctually bought the movie a couple of days ago. I was watching it with my friend yesterday and we were like "Oh my god. No. Not Bing-Bong! OMGGGGGGG NOOOOOO BING_BONG!!!!!!" OH yeah, and spoiler alert if wewe haven't seen the movie, but then why would be in this club if you've never even seen the movie? I mean really, guys, come on. Oh, and make sure that wewe maoni with your...