Nah, I had pancakes yesterday... oh, I should have taken a picture and shown you and Beauty! I topped them with whip cream and sliced bananas: they were delicious, lol. This morning I had leftover pizza (which was not very good).
I had yogurt and coffee but I love cold left over pizza and coffee... so good!
Is there an article to read?
@lilyanony1 Yeah! You didn't see it- it's right underneath the picture.
Being single does not have perks that outweigh being in a relationship. They both have pros and cons, and they’re generally about equal, and it all comes down to personal preference and values.
I don't like japanese culture I think they are judgmental. I typed this in a post but @coachTanthony deleted it. Shame on him. Japanese people are judgmental to other Asians and are a bad example for other countries. I think their culture is highly overrated. Why are japanese so judgmental?
@Cynicaldreamer maybe because I'm on my mobile I can't see it. I can just see the two Asians sitting together 😢
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Not really. I mean making $18/hour as an electrician isn’t bad. I work factory and though most of my 70k/ years overtime Japanese no stranger to long hours and hard work.
@VanillaSalt I'm aware of people like you who are doing just fine w/o a college degree. I'm just saying that having a degree gives them more career options as most teenagers/20somethings are kinda lost and don't know exactly what they wanna do. Besides, not everyone can become successful as an electrician.
Literally everyone with good studying skills can become an electrician and can make it. Also debt needs to be considered.
I don't like japanese culture I think they are judgmental. I typed this in a post but @coachtanthony deleted it. Shame on him. Japanese people are judgmental to other Asians and are a bad example for other countries. I think their culture is highly overrated. Why are japanese so judgmental? ↗
The difference between Japan and Western countries doing this is that females in Japan have been dubbed carnivorous women, which means as the men no longer hunt or chase to date the females, the females of the country have decided to take on that role, something that won't happen in western countries.
a lot of Japanese men not all
They also now have SOLO weddings where the woman who knows it will never happen can do through a day like a Bride without the dude. It's certainly creating business opportunities lol
Lop that funny American woman are staring the Same thing called Self-parntering haha
Bahahahahaha we do love our Call of Duty!
Do you know what this song is really about?
@AmandaYVR There have been many theories, including the popularized one about squinty faces people make while orgasming, or that the writer was masturbating to pics of his girlfriend while in jail. However, the writer, Dave Fenton, debunked those theories. www.songmeaningsandfacts.com/.../
Ah, very good. Glad to see it's been cleared up, thanks.
@AmandaYVR LOL What did YOU think it meant?
I only vaguely knew the song, remembered it somewhat, but my husband and I just happen to talk about it like two weeks ago and he heard that it was about masturbation.
@AmandaYVR Well, you shouldn't believe most of what you hear.
And don't throw the baby out with the bathwater too.Not all things are untrue.
@AmandaYVR I am going to have to "believe" the songwriter himself when he explains his song's meaning, rather than what the urban legend has been built up to mean. Here's a great example of that: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds... obviously about LSD, right? Nope.To this day, many music fans take it as a given that the title of "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" is a nod to the songwriter's favorite drug (at least until he discovered heroin in 1968). But John Lennon, who was always very candid about his personal life and drug use, always told a different story. The title, he said repeatedly in interviews, came to him from his four-year-old son Julian, who had brought home a crayon drawing of his schoolfriend Lucy O'Donnell—in the sky, surrounded by diamonds. The verses, about a dreamy riverboat trip, were inspired by Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass. "It's not an acid song," insisted John. Paul McCartney and John's friend Pete Shotton corroborate that story: the title was Julian's, not a drug reference. In fact, the smoking gun here—the classroom drawing itself—still exists. According to Julian Lennon, it's now owned by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd!