Go get her tiger! also may the force be with you.
Don’t tell her about your HITMAN™ gun fetish! Good Luck!
I had the gun on my desk and she was like “oh, are you going to kill me?”
Everything went more than well and much much better than expected. You know those guys who always walks around with roses that nobody wants? Well that guy showed just in time and I bought one for her.
We went home after to watch John Wick.
I met her at my best friend’s job. Well actually I just saw her and asked for facebook. I was very surprised that she wanted to go out with me just like that because I think she saw me maybe a couple of seconds yesterday.
@ObiBobi18 What is your opinion on what my friend says about Slavic languages?
He says they were invented when drunks tried to play scrabble. I think it’s pretty accurate.
Honestly, is the most true thing anyone has said, especially about Serbian and Slovene - polish is quite easy but it kinda sounds like a drunkard speakng for a first time in 28 years of mental asilum, why you are trying to pronounce it. BUT SLOVENE IS JEBENA PIČKA HARD AND SLOPPY!
Hero of the month?:
Wouldn’t even have the idea to climb balconies!
I’m not sure how I would react or do, but we had to think fast in a situation like this .
I don’t understand it either, i’m pretty sure I would do anything I could to save the kid if I was so close to him as they where (were?).
Kids have a strong grip (so did I in my childhood) and so do babies:
- Super Strength
While a cherished moment for parents, a newborn’s first firm grasp on a parent’s finger is really just a reflex. Babies will instinctively curl their tiny fingers around any object that brushes against their palms in what’s called the palmar grasp. The grip is strong enough to support the baby’s entire body weight, a feat few adults can boast of having. The palmar grasp is thought to be a vestigial trait, left over from the days when humans were hairier and babies clung to their parents’ coats like little monkeys.
That’s incredible, most people wouldn’t totally have enough balls and skills to do the same. I wonder why the people on the other balcony were totally unable to do anything tho.
Also getting a citizenship for a good deed is quite unusual, but it surely gets Macron good reputation. I wonder if some people get an idea of staging their own “exploits” after this.
That there is indeed bravery. He’s pull up strength is impressive, I assume the more you go up the more you are feeling your weight pulling you down.
But I’m more amazed about the kid keeping the grip
But then you get to Czech, where finding a vowel in a word is like finding a golden fucking ticket.
Hmmm I’m Serbian and I never saw my language as that.
It seems pretty simple when it comes to words.
Scandinavian languages seem more complicated to me for example
I think it’s the same with anyone’s native language. It doesn’t sound weird to me either, however, I can not speak it well, so I am no expert.
Edit: try to pronounce these two words.
So, for example, I don’t have the Cyrillic alphabet memorized, because Polish doesn’t use it.
My cat or rather my parent’s cat. Just lost it’s tail in a door, my brother just called me about it. He’s taking the little lady to the vet.
ooooow man. Did they amputate her? I saw some cats on the streets with a very small tail. I guess they will live with it pretty good.
Not quite sure yet, my mom will pick her up tonight after work. But from what I heard it came off in the door. It’s quite windy today, so a heavy door can slam quite hard if it gets hit by the wind.
Poor cat. What an awful experience.
Yeah i really love that little shit, my brother called and told me while I was at work. I’ll look in on her in a couple of days, tonight I’ll give her some room to recover.
Aw would hate that to happen to one of mine. I always try to block doors and windows so they dont shut with the wind. I live on the second floor above ground and have my window open these days. If a cat would sit there a shutting window would push the cat down. So I block it with a chair.