I figured that I'd make this article. Especially since I'm the only one who makes makala on here. Anyway I won't be able to talk much about some of these girls as much as I will others. I'll definitialy be talking alot about the ones I find highly intelligent. I'm going to be making the best young heroines singers tomorrow, maybe. Please leave a maoni telling me what wewe think, enjoy!
Yep yet another thing Wendy is low on. I honestly never thought she was smart but now I actually think she's stupid. The main reason I think she's stupid is when Peter says that Tinkerbell...
So, I decided to become active in this club, and breathe some life back into it, and what better way than with an article? So, here is my inayopendelewa heroine list! I'm going to be dividing the orodha into three sections, like, like a lot, upendo and adore. So with the introduction out of the way, let's see where the heroines rank on my list, shall we?
3 Young Heroines I Like:
12. Penny Forrester A lot of the young heroines aren't main characters of their movies. But Penny has always felt like zaidi of a plot device than a character. I don't get the enjoyment watching Penny as I do watching the other heroines....
A special thanks to Tinkerbell because this article was made by pixie dust
Man it's been a long time since I've done an makala on this club. I've really gotta get zaidi active on this club. Since we have two new members I just had to update my list. I've been planning to do this for a while and clearly I'm not very good at getting stuff done. So please maoni and keep in mind that this is just my opinion. ENJOY!
Oh Peter, it's just how I always dreamed it would be!
Her place is never going to change. I hate her! She's annoying! I don't hate her enough that she makes me wanna kill her like I do with Peter Pan, I'll try saying things I like about her. I...
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After kusoma the advertisement, on the bulletin board, Melody took the pen and wrote down her name, along with her homeroom number (RM 13) and nyumbani phone number. As she was finishing uandishi down her phone number, a small boy about her age came up inayofuata to her.
"Is there still time for me to sign up?" he asked Melody. She turned to the boy. He had mousy black hair, with chokoleti eyes, tanned skin, and dressed up in jeans...