Ellen: Do you know the sex of the child?
Tina: We decided we are going to wait. We’re going to find out…never.
Ellen: Ok.
Tina: Not even after it’s born.
Ellen: Not even after it’s born?
Tina: I’m just going to see what it chooses to wear to prom.
Ellen: Give it time to figure it out. Good for you.

two perfect ladies.

Ellen: Do you know the sex of the child?

Tina: We decided we are going to wait. We’re going to find out…never.

Ellen: Ok.

Tina: Not even after it’s born.

Ellen: Not even after it’s born?

Tina: I’m just going to see what it chooses to wear to prom.

Ellen: Give it time to figure it out. Good for you.

two perfect ladies.

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Holy shit

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The high school students I taught in (rural) central Wisconsin were generally much more chill and liberal than those I teach near Atlanta. Both are Catholic schools. What gives. Some days, I really miss those kids. First year teaching is kind of like first love—you really sucked at it but it was new and exciting. You’ll never forget it, and sometimes you’ll have trouble remembering the bad parts.

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videohall:

If children wrote the movie scripts

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amorselforamonarch said: Ah, that makes sense. I don't know if I'm using the right word, then...I clearly need to work on my music knowledge, blergh. What's it called when there are like, multiple melodies going on at once all over each other? I guess I'm thinking songs like One Day More, Christmas Bells, Act One Finale from Urinetown, Comfort and Joy, the big company numbers that typically serve as, well, act one finales.

Counterpoint is correct. Or polyphony, I guess. I know exactly what you’re talking about, and I really really love that too!!