Always love ending a game of four in a row after just three moves. Shock in their faces is gold.
I could move to a different country, but it would have to be close to a McDonald’s.What I find interesting is how small-worldly some people are, and they're happy that way.
There's guy I knew at school who is very intelligent, sort of quirky and introverted. We got on very well. These days he just has a little life in a nearby town, going to work each day, not much interest in wider society or the wider world, plays video games and has an interest in Japanese culture. He went to Japan at one point, for a couple of weeks. I think his sister lives there too. Anyway that's all he did. He went to Japan for two weeks, and was content with that. For a guy who's into Japan, I don't understand how this is enough?? When I'm into something, I want to go full fucking immersion. To have a flat and purely research-based interest in something is not enough for me, specially if it relates to culture or language; it isn't real and it isn't enough. I just find it amazing that some folk will happily live in a plain little world, content as a relatively ignorant otaku of one's interests, instead of diving right in for the full immersion mind-meld experience.
That being said, I do similar when it comes to the more extreme types of travel. I tell myself I would love to go exploring in somewhere extreme like the Siberian wilderness, of the heart of the Congo, but I don't do that either. So maybe it's not necessarily about a specific mindset, but more about personal experience and random decisions that lead you to things you do.
I hear Pizza Hut isn't a particularly well liked place in the US?Whoever named it Pizza Hut must have been thinking of making pizza in a hut
I used to eat Pizza Hut a lot as pre-teenager. Then I didn’t have it for a long time until college. My college had a Pizza Hut, until they rid themselves of the franchise and started making their own greasy filth.I hear Pizza Hut isn't a particularly well liked place in the US?
In the UK it's great. I haven't been for a while, but I always enjoyed their massive barbecue sauce pizzas.
Apparently their pizzas are nothing like proper pizza. Ah well, it's good enough for me. Probably similar to how the "British fish and chips" I tried in China was not quite like proper fish and chips, but definitely good enough for those who don't know any better.
What are your chewing habits?I am watching the Tribal people trying food videos.
One of them said that God put so much power into bread, it is like a drug.
I completely agree. I can eat a loaf of bread if I’m not careful. I don’t need to put anything on it either.
Usually, I have patience to put butter or cream cheese on a bagel the first time. But the second bagel I eat just the way it is every time.
And actually, how much of it do you think it's just the salt?One of them said that God put so much power into bread, it is like a drug.
Bread takes some chewing, but I think I’m lean on the less chewing time.What are your chewing habits?
And actually, how much of it do you think it's just the salt?