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everyday_daisy Posted: Sat Oct 20 00:32:35 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Gum tastes the same and everybody's tall (I'm quite petite so this applies often).

Hello everyone! I haven't posted in a long time but most of you have no idea who I am so it probably doesn't matter.

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you like to spend (this) Christmas?


 
Dancer Posted: Sat Oct 20 05:08:25 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  would love to spend in shanghai.. :)


 
FN Posted: Sat Oct 20 05:47:39 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Hm, always heard on average asians are rather short.

Those that I've met confirmed that notion.


 
everyday_daisy Posted: Sat Oct 20 06:26:48 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I love Shanghai!

And yes we're short hahaha


 
addi Posted: Sat Oct 20 06:39:32 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Don't know about the gum, but I've heard chinese women all taste the same. No personal experience to back this up though.

I'd go to the rockies and spend Christmas in a mountain chalet

everyday_daisy sounds very familiar. I think I've known you in some past life

: )



 
Ahriman Posted: Sat Oct 20 14:57:48 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'd like to be in front of a fire with my Honey Bunny listening to the wind blowing the snowflakes around outside. The smell of hot chocolate and pine filling the air. Warmth and serenity.

However, I'm probably going to be stuck running my ass around a kitchen. Ugh. Chaos and burns. I will then get into my car that will hopefully not be buried in snow. Sit while the engine warms so that I can turn the heaters on full blast to melt the ice that is stuck the windows of the car. Then while I'm driving home, I will realize that I am one of five other cars on the highway. All of us probably culinarians. Has anyone ever experienced winter in Buffalo, NY?


http://www.classicbuffalo.com/Weather.htm


 
Dancer Posted: Sat Oct 20 15:12:33 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>Hm, always heard on average asians are rather short.
>
>Those that I've met confirmed that notion.

it's true that we are shorter. Here in my country, if you are a girl and above 1.7m, you are consider tall..


 
Posted: Sat Oct 20 17:23:13 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  :)

I'm just looking forward to spending this Christmas back in Canada with my family.


 
everyday_daisy Posted: Sat Oct 20 22:01:46 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Crim, you must miss them! I remember you're "stuck" in a desert somewhere... have a safe trip home :)

In totally unrelated and rather trivial news:

I'm visiting my photojournalist father in China (we're from the Philippines) and guess who I saw shopping in the flea market?

Kate Bosworth. (The new Lois Lane in case you're all non-movie, non-Hollywood people!)

*I've never experience winter in Buffalo, NY.
But that's cold. :O
Hi Addi ;)



 
everyday_daisy Posted: Sat Oct 20 22:07:29 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  typo: *never experienced

because I'm neurotic about my grammar.


 
novemberrain Posted: Sun Oct 21 21:37:55 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  anywhere. as long as the company and the food is good.



 
Kira Posted: Sun Oct 21 23:14:15 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I saw a picture once, in a National Geographic book, of a crater lake on the top of what I assume used to be a volcano.

In the middle of the lake was a small island.

On the island was a castle.

I'd like to spend Christmas there. Since I don't celebrate it anyway. ;)


 
libra Posted: Mon Oct 22 02:25:41 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Doing the opposite of Crim...leaving canada to go back to the states.

I'm so looking forward to seeing my dogs and my bird and my family and friends.

Not that things aren't good here. I'm finally feeling far more adjusted.


 
addi Posted: Mon Oct 22 07:30:07 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christmas should be spent with family (it's coming up fast, isn't it).
This will be the first in a long long time that I don't make my annual trek up north to spend Christmas with my family. It will be just the three of us at home in snowless Atlanta...which will still be good, but very different from the norm.

Life...it's always in flux, and so easy to take things for granted until they're gone.

*glad you're adjusting libra


 
Mesh Posted: Mon Oct 22 23:21:09 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  West Texas


oh wait


 
mat_j Posted: Fri Oct 26 08:19:48 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Bedford Falls


 



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