Resolved Question: I need help thinking of a
its set in england/ireland and its about a mother and a son. and she has been writing him letters pretending to be the boy's father while he is away "at sea" however the father actually passed away. well its come time for the father to come home since the boy has been tracking the letters and she has to pay a man to pretend to be the boys father.
i think thats all i can remember other than the fact that its predictable in the fact that the mother and the "father" end up falling for each other.
thanks!! ive been thinking about this for over a year now!
Posted on 20 July 2011 | 7:03 am
Resolved Question: Actor living in London 18
18 years old moving to la to become a actor is it easier over there? i got no agent over here and no luck i been trying but nothing i need some help thanks
and how hard is it to make it in la
Posted on 6 June 2011 | 12:38 am
Resolved Question: Opposites
There is a popular notion amongst people that "opposites attract" in terms of relationships and love. I happen to completely disagree with this notion and I'll explain why. Do you think I'm taking this too literally?
The less two people have in common, the less they will be able to relate to one another. That's not to say they have to be exact copies of each other since its important to teach one another things and bring new things into the other persons life. But for example, I'm a loner and always have been, so my opposite would be an ultra social party girl, right? so she would have lived a life that I am unable to relate to and also completely disagree with. Is that supposed to be attractive? that sounds like a sad situation to me.
How can you be close with someone who has led a life you can't relate to? Is it because theoretically even though you are opposites, you share the same belief systems and morals? because by the sound of it, you would be opposites in that criteria as well, which would ultimately make me hate this girl because she would be everything that pisses me off and everything I disagree with. Am I taking this too literally?
Lets say we lived opposite lives, but shared the same beliefs and morals. First of all I find it hard to believe that someone could live an opposite life style as me and still have the same beliefs and morals as I do, know what I mean? Since our beliefs and morals are largely based on our lifestyle and experience of the world, which in this case would have been completely opposite.
What do you think?
Posted on 10 October 2010 | 4:22 pm
Resolved Question: What are some artistic
Posted on 26 August 2010 | 1:47 pm
Resolved Question: I need help finding out
Its about a little boy who was getting letters from his father. But it isn't really his dad its his mom pretending. Eventually he asks to meet his dad so she turns to a stranger to pretend to be his dad. can anyone help?
Posted on 9 July 2010 | 8:15 am