Philophobia is defined as the abnormal, persistent and unwarranted fear of falling in love. This affects the quality of life and pushes a person away from commitment. It also triggers various symptoms that may incorporate sweating, irregular heartbeat, shortness of breath, feelings of dread, nausea and feeling of restlessness. The worst aspect of fear of being in love and falling in love is that it keeps a person in solitude.
Gay Day at Disneyland is the largest Gay Pride festival in the world. The point is to go to the gayest place on Earth and reclaim the joys of childhood lost to homophobia growing up. And you wear something RED because you want to make yourself visible to the world and show everyone you’re happy and proud as you are.
I love it when I come across pages that describe plot twists that have never been adapted on any versions. Pip meets a stranger here.
Asymmetry is natural.
“Antiquities are history defaced, or some remnants of history which have casually escaped the shipwreck of time.” ~Francis Bacon
The description of the local school in this page is quite terrifying.
Dickens writes that there is a life chain that bounds us that is made of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers. Extraordinary moments in our lives, whether good or bad, add links to that chain.
“The great unwashed”, “the plebeians” or “plebs”, “the rabble”, “riff-raff”, “the herd”, “the proles”, “peons”. Who wants to be part of that? Fine prints available at http://www.HavishamHour.com. Copyright © 2013 by Julio Panisello
The “Pinocchio-syndrome” appears on people who suffer from gelotophobia (fear of being laughed at). When these people perceived they are being ridiculed they stiff up and begin moving awkwardly, with wooden-like movements that resemble those of wooden puppets Fine prints available at http://www.HavishamHour.com. Copyright © 2013 by Julio Panisello
Marie Antoinette did not say “let them eat cake” when she heard that the French peasantry were starving due to a shortage of bread. Philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau coined the expression himself and he did not use the exact words but actually Qu’ils mangent de la brioche (“Let them eat brioche”).