One became the headmaster at hogwarts the other got a residency in las vegas.In The Hobbit there was Gandalf the Grey, and I think he mentioned he had a cousin called Radagast the Brown, who was really only interested in animals. In the Lord of the Rings there was Gandalf again, and the chief wizard, Saruman the White, who turned evil through looking too long through one of Sauron's crystal balls. However, the Silmarillion mentions a couple of other wizards. Whatever happened to them?
There are birthday cards which mention it, tshirts, Mother's day was 'chocolate and prosecco', it is pushed quite a bit, personally I prefer Cava.Does anyone really think it is special or "make a fuss" of it ? Surely it's just cheaper and inferior substitute for Cava?
Why is a sweet pea called a sweet pea? It's sweet smelling but it's nothing like a pea. Fresh vegetable peas are sweet, so why aren't they called sweet peas? (Etc)Why is a grapefruit called a grapefruit? It's a fruit, fair enough. But it's nothing like a grape. The only fruit that resembles a grape is a grape. If anything has a right to be called grapefruit, why not a grape?
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