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If you wanted to treat your loved one where would you take them ?
- Ink Still Wet in Passport (shífēn xīnshǒu)
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Well, depends what he/she likes, doesn't it? Don't choose something generic. Try to make it personal. Give us some pointers and maybe someone out there will have some good ideas.
"Global warming is happening and we KNOW that man is 100 percent responsible!!!"
- Fred Smith
- Has-been Pop Star (guòshí míngxīng)
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If you are a Catholic couple in your seventies or eighties living in Nampa, Idaho, and if your wife likes bingo, pancakes and eating in a large group, and if you don't want to spend a lot of money, I recommend the International House of Pancakes in Nampa. It's right next to the church, and a lot of people go there after Bingo on Saturday nights.
It's not too expensive.
- Presidential Advisor (zǒng tǒng gù wèn)
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- Location: In front of my computer
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If she doesn't hate mosquitoes, take her into the mountains to a waterfall for a picnic.
- Presidential Advisor (zǒng tǒng gù wèn)
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- Joined: 22 Nov 2004, 18:19
- Location: Xindian County
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Nobody's mentioned cruddy, ghastly hot springs yet? Come on, guys! You know you WANT to!
You can live here and have a great life and not be the least bit into living the local life. Clowns will try to diss you for it saying you gotta get down with the program, but fuck em, treat this place like a buffet and yous be on a diet. Take what you want and nothing extra, slam those oysters, but leave the bread sticks and dinner rolls behind. - Deuce Dropper
I'm much more of a nasty rotter in real life, especially with vapid or vacuous verbiage from the ill read & intellectually challenged. - TheGingerMan
Don't be a cheap cunt. - Deuce Dropper
- Maitreya Buddha (Mílèfó)
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- Joined: 06 Dec 2004, 18:23
- Location: The Abyss. Awaiting YOUR company.
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if you're living with the inlaws and can't escape the bloody kids and the thin doors and want to have wild and dirty sex, try a love hotel
If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay home. ~James Michener
- Bird Walker (liù niǎo de rén)
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- Location: here, there and everywhere
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rondygote wrote:To a hill station...
You mean one of those old rotting cement bunkers used by Taipower to store cables and repair gear for power lines?
“Everywhere else in the world is also really old” said Prof. Liu, a renowned historian at Beijing University. “We always learn that China has 5000 years of cultural heritage, and that therefore we are very special. It appears that other places also have some of this heritage stuff. And are also old. Like, really old.”http://hikingintaiwan.blogspot.com/
- Guan Yin (Guānyīn)
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- Location: Mucha, of course
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"The verbs used in the most important Pali Suttas on mindfulness – the Satipaṭṭhāna and Mahā-Satipaṭṭhāna Suttas (M no. and D no. respectively) – are assasati and passasati, i.e.’ inhale’ and ‘exhale’. The same verbs are used in the Kāyagatāsati Sutta and Ānāpānasati Sutta (M no. 118 and 119 respectively). Although the Ānāpānasati Sutta uses the nouns āna and apāna in its title, it reverts to assasati and passasati in the discourse itself. The author of this article should try reading the Pali texts cited rather than drawing inferences from the title of a single text. Had he done so, he would see that the Pali texts prescribe no such thing as farting meditation." --"Mr. Dangle," responding to Eisel Mazard on New Mandala
- Night Market Cop (yè shì tiáo zi)
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