#When non-asian people point out that I'm eating asian food (any type) because I'm asian and expect me to laugh at that point.
This seems like this would be a very specific situation but this has happened to me more than I ever thought it would.
What are some irritating and awkward race/ethnicity *light-hearted jokes* that has happened to you or to anyone you know?
Who do you think enjoys the greatest amount of anonymity when they go out?
You're having a private dinner, and you can invite 3 famous people to join you. Only these 3 people and yourself. Things to consider: who you find fascinating, who you'd like to see discuss together, who you find attractive maybe. So, which 3 celebrities are at your dinner?
You made a really stupid choice and now you are dead. Which of these scenarios would you be most likely to succumb to?
Obviously the thing to do is to ask his mother to ask him not to do that anymore, and that is what I'm going to do (his mother and I get along really well) but, just for the fun of it, what hilarious things could I do instead?
NON-SERIOUS ONLY, PLEASE.
If your neighbor's kid spent a half an hour playing the tuba badly outside your window, and if you lived in a universe in which you could only respond with some sort of prank, what sort of prank would you pull?
Have you ever taken Ballet? Do you like Ballet whether or not you have? What's your favorite Ballet? Least favorite? Do you have a favorite dancer and/or choreographer?
What's your favorite type of dance to watch?
Brought to you by me learning to put the toilet lid down when I flush. We never, ever did that at my house growing up, so I just didn't think about it, but my SO's mother (he lives at home) asked me to start doing it. Most of the time I remember, but sometimes I don't. I feel really badly when I don't!
TQC, can you recommend some instrumental OSTs for the rest of us to enjoy? :)
I just finished it and it kept me on the edge of my seat but I hated the ending.
My husband pointed out that I hate most books endings. Which I'm sad to say seems to be true.
Are you like this?
I'm trying to figure out why this is my case. I think partly because I put so much time into a book that I want to be satisfied in the end.
What book have you read recently or are currently reading?
Are you loving it/liking it/hating it?
How many books do you read in a month?
If you had this hair problem, what product or home remedy do you swear by that has helped you turned into a confident, moisturized person you are today?
whats next? twerking? what are the next atrocious words we'll have to endure?
Do you know what happens when you're 'borked'?
What kind of gift could we get her as a good luck? I would like to give her something school related.
1. A 15 minute commute on a busy main road that is only semi-bike friendly (there are pavement markings of bikes, but no lanes for bikers. It is common to see other cyclists on this road)
2. A 30 minute commute mostly on a peaceful, relaxing off-road bike path. The bike path gets off on a busy, main road that is bike unfriendly. You will have to bike uphill on this street for 0.4 miles. Edit: or you can walk your bike uphill on the sidewalk, but that takes time.