although it may take some time to grok, i found out about new sincerity by researching bronys.
I f**ked his ass in bed
Trust no bitch
doesn't safe mode with windows leave stuff out?
Because all the bloated filler and java/script scrap is turned off. The explorer is bare bones with no frills or add ons.
People are too willing to lay down so they can be walked all over again. Dealing with roommates has taught me this, and it's an unpleasant sight from the sidelines...
"There’s death on the horizon,
and I’ll run to behold your sacrifice..."
Think of your browser as a car. In safe mode, you're JUST driving the car. You're NOT including the intermittent wipers, cruise control, heated seats, air conditioning, AM/FM Radio with CD player, GPS, ... Make sense?
While it SEEMS better, you are also probably more open and vulnerable to various cyber attacks, because more then likely whatever safe guards you have are also turned off.
I reached an interesting conclusion that some Catholic hymns could basically be broadway songs and it made me conclude that some hymnals are quite gay.
This is the one that struck as "Broadway worthy". Just listen to the runs in the refrain...
^Fuck the flute
Also, the fermata is in the wrong place. It's supposed to be on longing.
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I learned that I was wondering if Belamo is suffering from bipolar disorder. But I'm afraid to ask him directly.
When they talk about someone being crazy they do not actually talk about the disease or about whether it is hurting that someone and sending his life to waste: what they are talking about is about their own being upset or/and scared by their perception of that someone, and their own need to find some pseudorationalization to all of it so that they can feel very authorized to give vent to their anger or patronization.
It just "sounds off." I'm not phobic about it. But frequent use of either word would make me think the person is from another part of the world.
Dinner comes from 'Dîner' and Supper comes from 'Souper'.
For a very long time, apart from the very rich, the meal before going to bed was constituted by 'une soupe', ie a soup. Hence the 'Souper'. Dinner is for a meal more generic where any kind of food can be served.
My undying admiration to people who can say the differences between a soup, a potage, a consommé, a bisque, a bouillon, a velouté or a garbure
I learned if you tweet a jokingly derogatory comment about a certain chain restaurant, they'll respond to that tweet in less than five minutes.
^ A French nightmare
I'm pretty clueless about how social media works. And restaurant chains. And people. And a bunch of other stuff.
I learnt that some people here are pussies
QUOTE: JohannBessler [JUB quote function isn't working for me today; happens once in a while]
I was born and raised near Detroit, and my parents ALWAYS called the evening meal "SUPPER." I wonder what a "supper versus dinner" map would look like. (Somewhere I saw a map showing where soft-drink beverages are variously called soda, pop, coke, and tonic. Maybe there was another term as well, I forget. Quite interesting.)^We used to use "supper" all the time in the South. No one--at the time--ever used the word "dinner".
I don't know if they still use it.
Another one--the expression "in hospital". Or "maths". I chuckled the first time I heard the word "maths", because it sounds like someone "doing it the hard way."
I will sometimes say "in hospital" and "to hospital." Which brings up THIS question: Why do we say...
go to school
go to college
go to work
go to court
go to jail
go to church
but we say go to THE university, and THE synagogue?
"Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking." -The Scarecrow, THE WIZARD OF OZ, 1939
Boss, to Sue: "Sorry, we have to downsize, and I need to lay you and Jack off." Sue to boss: "Can you just jack off? I have a headache today."
Make, for a man, a fire - and he'll be warm for a few hours. Set a man afire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.