Complete the Famous Movie Quote
"the hatred of lovers." "the passion of men." Psycho (1960): "A boy's best friend is..." "his mother." "himself." "his dog." "his hate." Back to the Future (1985): "Roads? Where we're going..." "we don't need roads." "there are no roads." "the roads are useless." "there is only sky."
Phrases Are Everywhere, But How Many Do You Know?
The verses go like this: ‘Heaven has no rage, like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury, like a woman scorned.’ The same play is also the origin for the famous phrase: ‘Music has charms to soothe a savage breast’, which is quite frequently misremembered as ‘savage beast.’
The Weird Words of the English Language Quiz
The hatred of lies. What does this unusual noun mean? Copious but meaningless talk or writing. The sound a seagull makes. An annoying cellphone ringtone. What does this unusual noun mean? A homeless person. A knapsack. A strong alcoholic drink. What does this unusual noun mean? An airport porter.
Are You a Friend to Yourself?
You've known depression, you've probably known self-hatred and self-loathing, yet you've found the strength to rise above it and learn to love yourself as well.
Which Bird of Prey is in Your Soul?
Excitement Worry Hatred Confrontation Where is it usually more fun for you to hang out? Inside my house Outside my house What is the hardest thing for you to accept from the people around you?
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