Have you ever wondered what your friends look and sound like when they orgasm? Because fair warning: you’ll find out, and you should know that before you trot these babies out because it’s actually a really disturbing thing to know. (The silent ones freak me out the most.)
I have had Jolie’s Crack Brownies and this all happened exactly as she described it and it was a little embarrassing but really really delicious and a little hot so maybe you should make these brownies immediately.
“The feather is stored in a book titled Curious George, Forrest’s favorite book, which his mother read to him, connecting the scene’s present time with his childhood in the 1940s. The placement of the feather in the book is directly on a picture of the monkey walking on a tightrope. Whether that was intentional or not, it is very symbolic. The feather also has a correlation with Jenny’s constant obsession with “becoming a bird and flying far far away” due to the abuse (sexual and physical) she endured from her father. She goes as far in the film as to ask Forrest if she jumped off the bridge, could she fly?”—Forrest Gump - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia