Different Perspectives Page 208

By | April 27, 2015

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1 year ago

looks like chris and holly are having their first fight as boyfriend and girlfriend . hope that they resolve their differences soon .

1 year ago

Wait I don’t see a hat or sunglasses how did Chris’ head change back this time?

5 years ago

Hmmm…suddenly this rocky relationship makes more sense later down the line

James Caras
8 years ago

I don’t blame Chris for being angry, but he should eventually forgive Holly.

8 years ago

funny how he managed to change his head without any cap

Reply to  roguezer0
8 years ago

Plus, where did the dress go? Why did he change his clothes twice?

Dakotah Barrows
Reply to  Troopage
8 years ago

He changed in the store without paying for it and left it and then went to the car and changed back to himself

8 years ago

Also, Chris jumped to some quick conclusions about Holly’s sexuality.

8 years ago

This is going to create some tension at work between Chris and Kayla. Things are not going to end well this-time either.

Hans Gruber
8 years ago

An interesting perspective regarding a boy who can change into a woman simply based on what clothes are worn by that woman. However, there is a slight flaw with that concept. Even for new clothing, people try clothes on to see if they fit, if the colors match, if the fabric feels right…all of that. So my question is this: if Chris has purchased new women’s clothing, is “Christina” actually “Chris” in female form, or is “Christina” someone else who may have tried on the clothes that Chris picked out? Something to think about… Hans P.S. And “yes”, it is… Read more »