Women’s day

 

Okay, I guess that most men know that women are these pretty, sexy and attractive but absolutely frustrating creatures. And actually, women can be quite crazy. They often do things that make men go red in the face such as faking orgasm and spending half their salary on clothes and shoes. As today is the International day that celebrates the female part of the world, I decided to share some funny and weird facts about women.

Women never have anything to wear.

Women actually eat a lot.

After sex women love to talk, fool around, and be kissed.

Women worry about their looks while having sex

Women don’t like another woman to wear the same clothes.

Women mature much faster than men.

Sex is more about emotions for women.

The two highest IQ’s ever recorded (on a standard test) both belong to women.

The world’s first novel, The Tale of Genji, was published in Japan around A.D. 1000 by female author Murasaki Shikibu.

In almost every country worldwide, the life expectancy for women is higher than for men.

According to Playboy, more women talk dirty during sex than men.

It’s okay for women to dance with each other and not be gay. You don’t see straight men dancing together, do you?

Women like looking at men, just as much as men like looking at women. We just know how to hide it better!

The breasts of human women are much larger in proportion than those of other female mammals. The prominent size, while not necessary for milk production, is most likely a result of sexual selection.

It’s cool to be a daddy’s girl. It’s sad to be a mommy’s boy 🙂

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123 thoughts on “Women’s day

  1. “Women worry about their looks while having sex” – You Gotta be KIDDING ME..!! o.O

    “It’s okay for women to dance with each other and not be gay. You don’t see straight men dancing together, do you?” – hehehe.. in India you DO..!! 😀 & somehow its not considered crazy/weird..! (I’m guessing probably its “the manner” in which we dance..! :P)

    Haha.. all in all a great read..! 😀

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      • well ya it is kinda lame.. sorta weird too!
        and i meant the (chaotic) manner in which Indian men dance..! 😀

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      • Ummm.. i get that the selfconcious part could there during initiation.. but if things are going as they’re supposed to be.. “looks” would be the last thing in anybody’s head..!! its more like forget yourself and go with the flow sorta thing..

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      • ahem.. anyways..! Not getting carried away.. the point remains that YOuuuUuuu know veryy little about India..! veryyy little indeed..!

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      • Ahan..! I stand corrected..! you know “less” bout india (& its mind numbing craziness)..! 😛
        but i must confess i know next to nothing bout Bulgaria.. :S

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      • I’m a little ahead of you then. Bulgaria is a small and very beautiful Eastern European country with a great history, kind of lazy, but hospital people, and amazing food. And now we’re even: )

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      • Splendid..! So that means if i plan to visit sofia, i can rest assured that my local travel plans are in safe and “Non-Lazy” hospitable hands.. isnt it? 🙂

        PS: I just fell in love with the Bulgarian flag colors..! 😀

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      • Google Maps says sofia is about 3days and 1 hrs drive from where i am right now..! I’ll just need to transcend 5 international borders and im there..! Though im not too sure pakistan shall grant me a visa.. *wonders*

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      • Hahahaha.. Im not that rich.. specially not now.. moreover im more of “longggg drives” enthusiast.. i know it might sound crazy and rather far fetched but imagine a “drive” though 6 different countries.. Whizzing past different cultures, terrains, people, currencies, foods, and not to forget roads..!
        i think google maps accounts for non-stop driving.. so its safe to assume that with adequate stops overs, nightly rests and border clearances the journey could be 7 to 8 adventurous days long..

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      • I’m a fan of car trips too. And this one sounds like lots of fun but you’ve got to have company if you’re going to drive for a week. As a matter of fact I did a similar thing last year – 5 countries 12 days. It was awesome!

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      • You have every right to be jealous 😀 They were Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and the Vatican. And now I want to pack my things and set out for a journey! Look what you did 😀

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      • Heyyyy the Vatican’s not gonna be counted as a country here..!! noopee..! Its just like one minute your in rome, you take a turn and wow your in Vatican, new country..! 😀 So nope thats more like a roman suburb! 😛

        Serbia kinda creeps me.. though i’m not a great supporter of bosniaks.. i’d call it more of a tainted precept sorta thing.. :l

        but yes.. europe is blessed with great connectivity.. i mean off course its wonderful for a city-rider’s get away.. so what if it lacks the thrill of off-roading like the asian roads present.. its adventure none the less! 😉 thus i take my jealousy to my stride.. 😛

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      • I thought the same about the Vatican, but it is a different country, albeit the smallest one in the world. And you need your passport to enter, so.. 🙂
        Serbia is beautiful place, it’s reputation just suffered from the Yugoslav war. There are amazing things to see there and Beograd is a very nice city. They also have one of the best cuisines I’ve tried.
        And regarding the roads, I’d have to say that Eastern Europe presents some pretty bad roads, so the thrill of off0roading is guaranteed 😀

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      • Reading your description bout east European roads i’m reminded of the american movie “Eurotrip..!” 😀
        I stand corrected.. the thrill of “hot dessert” type off roading remains exclusive to asia..! 😛 😀 😀

        I donno call it a result of crappy biased cinema but the mention of serbia still sends a shiver down my “subconscious” spine.. ‘_’

        and passport stamp or not, Vatican is still not gonna be counted as a country.. Noo..! also Rome has very comfortable roads..! No humongous effort there either..! So its 4..! 😀

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      • Ok, I give you the “desert roads”, and Eurotrip was a “little” exaggerated, but still lots of fun. And believe me, Serbia is nothing to be afraid if, quite the opposite.
        I won’t budge about the Vatican 😀 And Rome has great roads but Italians drive like lunatics, especially in the capital, so it’s quite an experience 🙂

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      • Hahaha “asian” desert roads can be enchanting..! 🙂
        even Wikipedia’s got nothing more bout serbia than the Yugoslav war.. I better start browsing more travel portals to rid myself of this phobia..
        and Vatican ONLY counts iff you were the one at the wheel during the trip..! where you? 😉

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      • Oh thank you so much.. i wasn’t sure where to begin.. that’ll surely give me some headway..! 🙂
        but i must ask what might be the cause for this unbound love for serbia? 😛

        Hahaha you could give it a shot..!
        Till then we rest our case at 4..! 😀
        also did you notice in the movie the way indian’s drive??? I have a feeling it’ll alter your views bout italians and their angelic road skills..! 🙂 🙂

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      • I don’t know why I started defending Serbia, but maybe it’s because it’s so much like Bulgaria. The geography, environment, food and people are pretty much the same. And speaking about Bulgaria, did you research it?
        I noticed it, of course. But I’ve seen it “in real life” on Top gear and I wasn’t that surprised 😀

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      • Well as a matter of fact i did..! 🙂
        Beautiful and unexplored it is..! Though one can still notice guilt and frustration lingering in the psyche of average serbs due to the balkan war.. but i guess these things take their own time to normalize.. ask the germans..! so i’d give it an unbiased 5 outta 10 on my “Countries i wanna visit urgently” priority list..!
        and while researching my curiosity spilled over to Bulgaria..! 😀
        and voila..! the nevski cathedral’s truly left me spell bound.. the black sea beaches seem interesting too.. and god are Cyrillic alphabets tough or what? i barely made it to recognizing the vowels..! O.o

        And indian roads are not that scary, though the potholes can be similar both in depth & multitudes to those found in bulgaria.. i have a feeling that if you’ve been driving in and around sofia, you’d do just fine on indian roads..! 🙂

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      • You’re right about Serbia. I mean, they still don’t like us Bulgarians that much because of the history between our countries. And it dates to 200-300 back! So it’s good that I managed to persuade you to give them some slack 😀
        I believe you’ll like Bulgaria. It has so much more to offer than the Black sea and the Nevski Cathedral. I did an extensive trip few years back and I was absolutely amazed how many astounding places there are in my own country that I’ve never even heard about. Like this one: http://en.bghotelite.com/krushunski-vodopadi-eng or this one: https://www.google.bg/search?q=dqvolskoto+gurlo&hl=en&rlz=1C1NNVC_enBG475BG475&biw=1280&bih=619&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=QeJAUcfeCMS1tAa2ooGICQ&ved=0CDEQsAQ. I don’t know if you know the legend, but it says that the second one is the place where Orpheus entered the Underworld to retrieve Euridice!
        I know our alphabet is a nightmare for almost every foreigner but with a good teacher it’s not that hard 🙂
        And about the roads, I think you’re right. It won’t be that much of a challenge for me to drive in India. Cocky much, am I 😀

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      • I’m guessing the serbs will have to grow up a lil faster..! at this pace they’ll probably be counted as the “most friendly nation” next only to North Korea..! 😀

        is it just me or does that look like a face?
        i don’t mind the beaches either..!

        and nope i have no idea bout these people.. when it comes to european mythology my knowledge is restricted to Roman and the sporadic Norse fokelore..

        and where might i find such a “good” teacher, if i choose to study the art of deciphering the incomprehensible? 😀

        Hahahahaha.. Lovely..! I’d really love to see you drive here Ms. Cocky much..! for you might need a dressing of hindi too..! 🙂

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      • hahaha.. honestly the first thing that came to my head when i read bout Orpheus losing Eurydice for the second time was.. “Oops..! Bummer..!” 😀
        Legends take me to a dreamy imaginative realm, seriously hamper my productivity so its best i stay away from em..(i’ve still not been able to get over the fact how cool Thor’s Hammer is..! I keep wondering could it be recreated..!)

        Ah..! *EXCitEd* I’d love to learn..! When do we begin, your lordship..? 🙂

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      • I’m a sucker for legends too. Greek and Nordic mythology in particular 🙂 And Mjolnir is one of the coolest godly tools. So is Poseidon’s trident.
        I don’t expect any titles from my students, but “your lordship” sounds awesome 😀

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      • I think Marvel Comics has a great role in Mjolnir attaining the global stardom it now enjoys..! 😀
        The trident doesn’t excite me so much.. its the weapon of choice of one of the most prominent Hindu Gods, Lord Shiva.. so i’ve been “witnessing” its powers through folklore ever since i was a small child..

        It is customary here to accord due reverence to a teacher.. (more so it brightens ones chance for a fee concession..! :D)

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      • I’m just an angel, I’ll do it for free. And I have the feeling that you’ll want to quit pretty soon. I told you that our language is a nightmare for foreigners 😀

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      • hahahaha.. lucky me.. not everyday does one come across an angel online..! 🙂
        but being indebted to an angel is a sin..(i’m guessing that..) so i’d be happy to repay with some hindi if you wish..
        and i don’t mind giving it an earnest shot.. i’ve studied etymology as a subject of interest..

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      • I guess we could start with basic words & phrases like “thank you” (merci) , “welcome”, “sorry”, “ahan”, “water” etc etc..

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      • Thank you: благодаря. It’s pronounced b-l-a-g-o-d-a-r-i-a. Welcome can be няма защо (n-i-a-m-a z-a-s-h-t-o), meaning you’re welcome, or заповядай (z-a-p-o-v-i-a-d-a-i) as in welcome home. Sorry is извинявай (i-z-v-i-n-i-a-v-a-i). I don’t know what is ahan 😦 Water is вода (v-o-d-a).

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      • ummm.. correct me if im wrong here, its
        Bla-go-daria,
        Nia-ma zashto,
        Za-povia-dai and
        izvini-avai
        right?
        voda i think i can manage..

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      • God lord..! its called etymology not guessing..! 😀

        Anyways, in India
        Thank you is “Thank you”
        Welcome is “Welcome”
        Water is “Paa-nii”
        Sorry is “Sorry”
        and surprisingly “Ahan” too is “ahan”!! 😀

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      • Lolzz actually Hindi in its pure form is rarely used nowadays in india.. whats common is hindustani.. its a blend of hindi, urdu and english words..
        in Hindi..
        Thank you is “Dhan-ya-waad” (its used as both thank you and welcome)
        Welcome is “Swaa-gat” (while welcoming someone)
        Ahan is “Jee”
        Water is “Paa-ni”
        and there’s a rather complex term for Sorry, but in 99% most cases “sorry” would do..

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      • – Hello is “Nam-as-tay”
        – What’s Up is “Kyaa chal raha hai”
        – Beer is “Beer”
        (Liquor is “Shaaraab” or in poetic moods “ma-di-raa”)
        – I Like is “Mujhe aacha laga” (for a thing you witnessed/stumbled upon/experienced and liked)
        or “Mujhe aacha lagta hai” (for something you prefer)
        – Beautiful is “Bahoot suun-der hai..!!” or you could say “Wow” even that’ll do! 😛

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      • As for the “I gotta pack my bags right awayyy” feel..! i admit to be guilty as charged..! its rather infectious..! thank you Google Maps..! just 3 days you say hun,,! i’ll be damned..! 😛

        have you been to turkey?
        I’ve always wanted to drive though turkey and iran..

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      • I’ve only spend a few hours in Istanbul but I’d love to go for a trip or a vacation there. The mix of cultures seems really fascinating. And Iran has been a dream of mine. As a woman I don’t know if I’ll be ok with wearing a hijab but I’m inclined to give it a try for the price of seeing this interesting country.

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      • i’ve never been to turkey.. but i’d love to explore the turkey that’s not hi-lighted by airline commercials and tourism portals.. so not as much a fan of istanbul as i am of the ancient ottoman heritage to be witnessed in the country side..
        i had no clue even outsiders have to adorn the hijab in iran.. i have friends at isfahan.. i donno what crap the international media keeps saying they are possibly the most amiable people i’ve ever come across..

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      • Oh I’m not saying they’re not amiable. I’ve heard from reliable sources. But a friend of mine was there a few years ago and she told me she had to wear a hijab. Maybe things have changed. I don’t know. Either way, it will be an awesome place to see 🙂

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      • But of course, one cannot afford to hurt other’s religious sentiments.. specially not in their own country..!
        Or another way to look at it is, exotic dresses are always fun to tryy..! 😛

        I love that revolution monument they put up in tehran, donno its name but i’d sure wanna visit it..! 🙂

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      • I agree. I’m fascinated with exploring different cultures and everything that goes with such an endeavour. My favorite part is tasting a local cuisine 🙂 But the “dresses” can be cool too.

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      • Meeee tooo..!! (which kinda also always ruins my “proper” diet plans) I made afghan friends while at the military academy.. and the tea those guys used to make was simply superb, of all the beverages i’ve ever tasted its the richest in aroma and the lightest in taste.. got me totally hooked to afghani food straight on..! Ever tried it?

        in my candid (and purely non-religious) opinion a hijab makes a girl look prettier because it hi-lights her face thus negating the need to apply tonnes of make-up..! 😛

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      • I’ve never tried afghani food, but I’m a big fan of tea. Italian, Japanese, Thai and of course Indian and Bulgarian are my favorite cuisines.
        I have to say you have a point about the makeup but the hijab isn’t my thing. If a girl is pretty and knows how to accentuate her beauty it doesn’t really matter what she’s wearing.

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      • Ummm.. if you’ve tried Lebanese food and liked it.. your gonna love afghani tonnes more..
        Indian cuisines? really?! thats interesting.. any favorites?

        i guess i’m not able to explain the hijab part properly.. im at a loss of words here.. umm ever been to Malaysia?

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      • OMG I forgot Lebanese and Tabbouleh is one of my favorite salads! I really liked Rogan josh and I love Indian spices. Sadly I’ve never been to Malaysia. What did you have in mind?

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      • Rogan josh is a pashtuni dish its not entirely indian.. 🙂
        and the reason i love afghani food is because their food tastes very subtle.. no random blasts of tangy spices..! Being born in india i think i’ve had my share of spices, now my palate yearns for simpler foods..! 🙂

        since you havn’t been to malaysia it makes it tougher for me to explain.. okay try this.. from the point of view of the beholder it gets kinda easier to check out a girl’s face and eyes.. specifically eyes.. cause they mirror one’s soul.. if thats what your looking forward to.. (i think i really screwed this one up! :D)

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      • I think it’s understandable that you like simpler foods. It’s just that Indian is very exotic to a Eastern European like me. And I’ve always liked spices. Of course they can either make a dish delicious, or just ruin it. And believe I’ve had both experiences 😀
        And you didn’t ruin your explanation! I get it. It’s just living at the place I do live, I’m used to guys checking out my rack (excuse me for the term), or my butt, or my body first. Your perspective sounds rather refreshing 🙂

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      • ..i can understand i’ve had my spice disasters as well..! Forcing me to considerably reduce my culinary experiments.. 😀
        got it.. what afghani is to me.. is spicy/indian to you.. simply put its “different” 🙂

        Its pretty much the same here.. but such stuff is not long lasting.. i find it non-genuine.. i’ll share an anecdote..
        Bout a few months back i was in delhi, my dad had a transit flight through the city so he called me over at the airport for a meet up.. we met, chatted a lil bout random stuff and i don’t remember clearly what it was but something in our conversation made me smile and lightly nod my head.. now as i was smiling and nodding a hijab clad girl was passing by, instinctive(as im not gay!) my eyes shifted towards her and our eyes met.. what followed was profound..!! because of the timing of my smile and nod and when our eyes met, she presumed i was smiling and nodding to her and as a gesture to reciprocate my kindness her face lit up with a smile and she bowed her head in slight acknowledgement.. now all this was happening too fast for me to understand there and then and also to evince an expression that would betray her assumption.. and by the time i fully comprehended it i saw pass through the departure gate still beaming pleasantly, making me realize some confusions are better left unresolved..!
        I wont label my encounter as divine or unearthly but its way more precious to me than any rack scouter’s expedition could ever be to him..! 🙂

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      • To this day i wonder why she smiled back..
        ..was it because the Holy Month of Ramadan had commenced a few days ago..?
        ..was she elated to be going back home and could not contain her excitement..?
        ..was my smile at that moment too charming..? (ok ok i took this one way off track..! :P)
        probably it did appear that i was genuinely greeting her.. anyways when i think too hard.. somewhere a not-so-gentle voice in my head tells me “Dude..!!! shes gone, get over it..!.. n keep smiling..!” 😀 😀

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      • hahahaha.. aye aye, i’m on it captain..! 😀
        ..though at the end im not too sure how the hijab adds up to the the point being originally discussed, all i can say is her lemon-ish colored hijab and dark beige jacket where greatly hi-lighting her eyes.. or maybe the other way round.. im confused..

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      • Very nicely put..! 🙂
        I think its time to put the exotic clothing at rest..! 😛
        all sorts of skewed observations have already been made..!

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      • Pheww,,! Now we can safely explore other topics to lunatic-ally defile..! 😀

        For example Scottish English accents..! 😛

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      • Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.. i really can’t stop laughing.. *Stomach cramps*
        oh god..! i gotta say i have absolutely nooo words for your spontaneity manon.. am thoroughly impressed.. and breathless..! 😀 😀 😀 😀
        Poor Scots..! 😀

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      • i saw it 3 more times..! and still cant stop laughing..! 😀 😀
        but but but arn’t female scottish accents cute.. i find em veryyyyy cute..! 😀
        I smiled through the entire movie when i saw Brave.. 🙂

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      • Did you notice how he says the word “Lift”! 😀
        Scottish is probably the most bizarre english accent in the world.. and the irony is that while the english were busy teaching the world how to mimic their tongue.. the Scots hung onto their own..!

        I love Celtic music too, its pretty serene!

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      • Hahaha i’ll confess i find, at times, even the “crisp” british accent hard to comprehend.. the irish are fine.. as for the Scots, the entire world has a hard time understanding em..! 😛

        As for celtic music.. the more i listen to it.. the more i yearn for something far more exquisite.. i donno what it is but i feel that there is still something unexplored that’s missing in contemporary celtic tracks..

        though not celtic.. its worth a shot.. (i like lots..!)

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      • Your welcome..! 😛
        i love the lyrics.. the first time i heard it was as a background score to the Fox Traveler show named Street Food, now everything i listen to it i’m reminded of lip smacking hotdogs and ham burgers..! 😦

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      • OH MY GAWD..! I’m soooo sorry i had no idea what “rack” actually meant.. i presumed it to mean butt.. this is really embarrassing.. and kinda awkward.. damn should’ve googled it soon.. i’m genuinely apologetic for using it in such a casual manner..

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      • New thing learnt..! 🙂 which im not too sure whether i’ll really be needing.. but thank you internet..! 😀

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  2. “The more I know, the less I understand..”
    (Don Henley, paraphrasing Lao Tse)

    Understanding would remove the mystery, and what fun would that be?

    A powerful International Women’s Day for you and all women everywhere!

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  3. If any man ever understood any woman, then all women would instantly change into something even more incomprehensible and mysterious, I personally believe that this has already happened several times 😀

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