Chris Jones

Fanpopping since November 2009

  • Male, 24 years old
  • United States of America
  • Favorite TV Show: Avatar: The Last Airbender, Once Upon A Time, The Golden Girls, Reba, I Love Lucy, The Nanny, Full House, Friends, Boy Meets World
    Favorite Movie: The Wizard of Oz, The Little Mermaid, Rise of The Guardians, The Swan Princess, Zootopia, The Chronicles of Narnia, Finding Nemo, The Land Before Time
    Favorite Musician: Judy Garland
    Favorite Book or Author: The Wizard of Oz, The Chronicles of Narnia, Anne of Green Gables
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whatsupbugs gave me props for my articles
I hope you have a wonderful Summer. Posted 4 days ago
KataraLover said about Disney Princess
Binge watching Frasier on Netflix for the second time has me saying English sayings like "SOD OFF", "BELT UP", and "Grumpy old sod" because if how much I love Daphne Moon. And for those who don't know what those sayings mean, "SOD OFF" basically means buzz off, "BELT UP" basically means shut up, and a "sod" is what you call someone you're annoyed with and find unpleasant, mostly associated with grumpy old men.

*Continues to type in comments* Posted 14 days ago
KataraLover commented…
And most surprisingly, the phrase "Knocked me up" means something completely different in England. It apparently means "woke me up." I can only imagine the looks English people get when they use that expression in America and are unaware of what it means here in America. I know English people have a lot of different names and meanings from the things we have in America, but that is definitely the most surprising. When I first heard that expression a year ago, it was surprising lol. 14 days ago
deedragongirl commented…
My mom and I love everything British! 12 days ago
MilesTPrower gave me props for my polls
Sorry, I forgot to give you a prop! Posted 21 days ago