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  1. Maru
    14-08-2018 09:05 PM
    Maru
    OMG, I got a Ninja blender and it's so worth it... I can do some nice things with my leafed green tea /w blended pinneapple, fruits and mint teas (I drink a lot of tea obvs)... Also helps a lot for small eaters... or are living economically and need an energy boost or an easier way to get veggies...can make protein shakes, etc... that and a toaster oven are modern miracles

    Anyway I recommend it if you need economical fooding options at your new place that don't take too much space <3 Good luck, G!
  2. Nicky91
    12-08-2018 05:53 PM
    Nicky91
    we now at a eurovision fan contest have got k-pop in Momoland for South Korea

    EBUvision contest

    a famous youtuber named Groot has chosen Momoland's Baam as his entry
  3. Nicky91
    10-08-2018 05:53 PM
    Nicky91
    ok i will try to not respond to it anymore then

    and i will hope it will go away then
  4. Nicky91
    06-08-2018 04:26 PM
    Nicky91
    i've done something especially for you now, dedication to some k-pop queens
  5. Nicky91
    04-08-2018 12:06 PM
    Nicky91
    why? and this feels like you see me as Georgina
  6. Nicky91
    04-08-2018 12:02 PM
    Nicky91
    don't evict me pls, i don't want to go out yet
  7. Maru
  8. Maru
    27-07-2018 11:26 PM
    Maru
    For gender-fluid though, folk can get around the pronouns... they'll just get their own suffix probably. That's like with Lesbian characters, they can use -kun/-くん which would normally be for a boy... and -chan is universal. Anyway, while Japanese standard is pretty set in stone, with dialects, they change up everything, including some vocabulary, VERB ENDINGS, spelling, pronoun changes, etc... so adding another -suffix, no one would bat an eye. In anime, it's been done, but they've also used differente ending particles... so like "yo" at the end of a sentence would be the same as a question mark... a unique character may have their own unique ending to go with their excessive personality.. I like that the main language is so structured that making these unique changes/dialect shifts are easily relatable across the island...

    *Wakarimasen (polite) -- I don't understand (just the verb--"I" is not used)...
    *Wakaranai (casual)
    *Wakarimahen (Osaka/Kansai)
  9. Maru
    27-07-2018 11:23 PM
    Maru
    Yeah, I guess the grammar structure is similar to Japanese. In Japanese, you can drop pronouns also or even skip some grammar...but it's much more logical than English, imo, as you can see logically why some grammar works the way it does... it feels more natural than English at times because there's not like 50 ways to say one thing... there really is only a few logical ways to say something, so it's harder to mix the meaning up gramatically? English is more dependent on tone of voice compared to Japanese.
  10. Maru
    27-07-2018 11:12 PM
    Maru
    Probably I will rebuild my desk again, but for now, I'm much more comfortable than I used to be When it got real bad, I was leaning over in pain and couldn't raise my head... it was not fun. So yeah... posture... do it man

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