US button down = UK shirt
US shirt = UK t-shirt/top
US pants = UK trousers
US pantyhose = UK tights (Although americans call the thicker, woolly sort ‘tights’)
US ballet flats = UK pumps
US pumps = UK heels
US sneakers = UK trainers
US sweater = UK jumper
I am a Brit living in the USA.
(And we love you for that. Thanks!)
What would Jesus do, you ask. All we have to go by are the scriptures found in the Bible to understand the answer. If any subject were important enough, it would have been included as a witness to his legacy. If someone calls themselves a “follower of Christ”, it would be expected that the things they do in his name would follow his legacy, which begs another question; What would Jesus not do?
Anniversary presents: One die cast model of the Winchester’s 1967 Impala; check. One candy-pooping wind-up Troll; check. One pair of TARDIS feety pajamas; check. Perfect.
Yes, I’m a 50 year old man in a pair of TARDIS feety pajamas. Get over it…
#Supernatural #Winchester #Impala #doctorwho #TARDIS
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Actor and director Harold Ramis, who delighted audiences in comedies such as “Ghostbusters” and “Stripes” and who was the first head writer on the groundbreaking “SCTV,” died Monday at age 69, NBC News has confirmed.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could talk about politics without name calling or threats?
(via Politically Preposterous)
You should understand that we exist; we are not an anomaly or disease; we are human beings just like you. And we have the right to a dignified life.
Social media is enabling Tajikistan’s gay community to speak up against widespread homophobic attitudes. These attitudes, however, are quite sticky.
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Judge rules gay marriages can begin immediately in Chicago
"There is no reason to delay further when no opposition has been presented to this Court and committed gay and lesbian couples have already suffered from the denial of their fundamental right to marry," said U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman.
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Arizona lawmakers gave final approval on Thursday to a bill that would allow businesses to refuse service to customers when such work would violate their religious beliefs, in a move critics describe as a license to discriminate against gays and others.
Under the bill, a business owner would have a defense against a discrimination lawsuit, provided a decision to deny service was motivated by a “sincerely held” religious belief and that giving such service would have substantially burdened the exercise of their religious beliefs.