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"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
Here’s the rule about telling someone about something wrong with their appearance:
If a person can fix it in 5 minutes or less, tell them
If they can’t…
That’s actually a really good way of putting it.
This is a good rule. Spinach in their teeth? A flyaway hair? Stain on their shirt? Yeah, tell ‘em.
You think they’re overweight? You don’t like their hair color? You think they’re wearing too much makeup? Shut up.
it was about damn time.
Know what my favorite part of this is? That one only has ties on a small part of their body whereas the other is tied all along one side up to the face, meaning one person is not quite as invested in the relationship as the other. Even better thought, the one with most ties is the one with the scissors. Im so glad they’ve built up the courage to leave even if it means cutting out a larger part out of their life than the other.
does anybody else think tired and sleepy mean two totally different things
sleepy is cute and dozing off and happy but tired is 10 cups of coffee and murder
reposting because the last graphic comment is FLAWLESS
Somebody kill me
Each Jenny has a different symbol on their hat
And I don’t know which one to do for my cosplay…
…Holy crap, how did I never notice this before?
So THAT’S how Brock knows!
All the Joy’s are different, too. Their crosses are each different colors.
Nope. While blue and pink repeated a few times, generally each Joy had a different color city to city.
These are all from season 1 & 2 Nurse Joys.
Oh good god.
holy fucking shit how did no one else notice this it’s been like tEN FUCKING YEARS
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
- finding someone aesthetically pleasing
- being sexually attracted to someone
- being romantically attracted to someone
This will cover my views on what the differences are between Weeaboos and Anglophiles/Japanophiles are, because believe it or not, THERE IS A DIFFERENCE.
Let’s break down the definitions of four words now: (remember there is difference between culture and pop-culture)
Japanophile - A foreign person who embraces Japanese culture. Culture ranges from its animation to its music to its literature to its history to its film. They tolerate and understand other nations, but they hold Japan to be their favorite country or have actual educated reasons why Japan is the best country.
Weeaboo -A foreign person who loves Japan only for its anime, manga, music (mostly featured in anime openings/endings), and video games (in other words, their modern day pop culture in general). They also tend to be hold Japan highest in regards to other nations because of their culture, and bash anything that isn’t Japanese for not being Japanese (in fact, I think they would find Japanese culture and history and customs to be boring). Female weeaboos love Japanese men and hold them greater than their own men. They want to live in Japan for its anime and junk only.
Anglophile - A foreign person who loves the United Kingdom for its culture and history and embraces it. They like everything from its literature to its history to its modern media. They also respect other nationalities while holding the UK to be their favorite nation (and have some actual reasons to claim why the UK is the greatest nation).
Britaboo/Angloboo/Britboo - A foreign person who only likes England for its pop-culture. Just like a weeaboo, they only obsess over British TV shows and other pop-culture things. They probably don’t care much for its rich history and classic literature as well. Also, female Britboos hold British men over their own men. They want to live in England for the pop-culture only.
If you noticed this, there are two pairs of words that share the same suffix: -boo and -phile. This is where we get down to my views. A -boo is one who only loves a country for its pop-culture and is driven to the point of unhealthy obsession. A -phile has a healthy liking for the country because of its history, sites, and culture.
There are other types of -philes out there, such as Sinophiles (lovers of China), Francophiles (lovers of France), Koreaphiles (lovers of Korea), and in countries outside America, we have Americanophiles. But there may be those obsessed with those nations to the point of being blind to other nations. One other big example is a Koreaboo (who swoons over K-Pop to unhealthy levels).
Hopefully this clears up to you what the difference is to these words, and I hope you guys don’t abuse Japanophile or Anglophile as a negative slur against those who may not be Weeaboos or Britaboos.
Being 5 yrs old with a baby sibling: "I'm a big sister!"
Being a teenager/twenteenager with a friend who has a 5yo & an infant: "How could you have a baby while STILL having another baby?"
You dont feel age difference anymore as the years go.
"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
"Basically the price of a night on the town!"
"I'd love to help kickstart continued development! And 0 EUR/month really does make fiscal sense too... maybe I'll even get a shirt?" (there will be limited edition shirts for two and other goodies for each supporter as soon as we sold the 200)