I love pc games too but never owned a good enough pc
It's one of the things I spend on. :) I have super crappy phones because I don't care for phones very much but I like my games. I'm also not uber-set up but enough that I can play Skyrim and Diablo 3 without having to set everything to low or off. Hehehehe.
Sounds awesome! I think I might not be saavy enough, but I'll definitely try to build a gaming pc with help someday!
I really like cold winters. I can sit around in my Appartement and zip some herbal tea. It just feels amazing. Or sit around and read
aand drink red vine. But then theres Winter depression. I dont like that. Im a person that needs a lot of sun so i guess i go with the tropical island kind of place. Not getting depressed there. So yeahaa haha. Im moving to India in 3 weeks so im gonna have a lot of sun there :)
Sounds awesome! I've never experienced a real winter myself but would love to
We had friends over who speak very little English and refuse to speak it with us! So it was nice to be pushed into having to speak Spanish all afternoon. No new words but I was amused when my dad kept saying lunes lunes at Raul instead of luces ( Monday in place of lights)
Sounds funny and helpful, glad you had a good time speaking spanish!
Bisexuals sometimes feel that way because in many cultures people don't believe in bisexuality, some straight people believe bisexual people are just closeted gays who are trying to "look better" for society, and many gay people think bisexual people are just confused or not brave enough to be openly gay or there might be jelousy or resentment concerning "straight priviledges" that bi people are perceived to have, when in reality some people just do happen to be bisexual and that's a valid sexual orientation in and of itself. Another thing is that some bisexual people think the community doesn't talk as much about the b than the g or l. There might be other things but those are the ideas i've come in contact with, I don't necessarily agree with these views and i'm not bisexual myself but I do fall under the lgbt umbrella.
Edit: there's also the idea that some people think bisexualityI is just promiscuity, or that they can't be faithful or commit or any other stereotype concerning the orientation.
Which one would it be? I think I would probably still go with spanish, my native language but that's probably a bias, I thought I'd see how everyone else felt about it. Would you stick to your native language?
Just wanted to say I love dogs too, but don't know many breeds by name. I know pugs look adorable but their genetics may have been altered in un unhealthy ways? Just what I've heard though, I have no idea.
Como habra podido ver han habido muchas iniciativas para adaptar el lenguaje a los ideales de inclusion y representacion social, sin embargo, esto podria desnaturalizar la lengua. Que opinan ustedes al respecto?
You've all eaten lots of good stuff yummy, Sabrina I'm impressed by all the dishes you'd tried including some of my country. I couldn't personally list the foods I like most because I love too many dishes ^^
Peut être nous pouvons partager quelques chansons, la plupart de celles que je connais sont soit vielles, soit pour enfant ou directement du rap. J'aime tout ça, mais vouldrait faire de nouvelles découvertes.
I am an avid gamer and gaming helped a lot when learning englisgh I wish there were games with a broader variety of language options. What has been your experiences with games and language? And what do you usually enjoy playing in general?