Just survived from my unusually terrible flu. This was one of the most horrible one that I have ever had in my life. In fact, I am telling you I am a type of person who never ever wants to go to a medical clinic or a hospital, and rather tries to be just calm down and laid himself down on a bed to wait for the body to heal itself no matter how long it would take. It is because of the fact that I have…a needle phobia. yeah.. I do… I have to admit that now. In Korea I am pretty sure if you get sick and then go to a medical clinic, I am 100% sure that you will be half naked(?) by a A-zum-ma(mature) nurse and get a shot somewhere on your butt hard before you get your prescription. I just hate that. People here in Korea are very much obsessed with the one shot solution. They keep praising having one shot in your buttock can make you away from those sick flu viruses…
Whenever my mom and wife see me sink exhausted and look haggard even, they say “You fool, you are just keeping your flu worse, One flu shot can finish your suffering!”, “How come you are even more scared of going to a hospital than your 5 year old nephew is? “please Grow up!”
Yeah… anyway..who cares anymore?! I am healthy now..I am telling you I alright now.. I am ok.. I am normal!! I am r..ea…ll….y…. ok!! ….o…k…o…..k…. .. ..o.. ………………k…..
A teenage boy surprises his family with a thoughtful holiday gift.
I think I have been always fond of Apple’s ads.. They know how to make people happy. This family oriented themed one also lived up to my expectation. Quite touching one for sure especially this time of the year, Christmas season.
Why don’t you try another awesome way of making your entire family blessed for this Christmas with your fancy iPhone? Lol~
I think I will try for my family~:))
Anyway, everybody out there! I wish you and ur loved ones all Marry Christmas!!
Women gained the right to vote in Canada before Aboriginal people did. Women’s suffrage was granted before World War II, but Aboriginal people had to wait until the late 60s to be allowed to vote. Aboriginal women? A few years after.
“When you read a book, what you see are black squiggles on pulped wood or, increasingly, dark pixels on a pale screen. To transform these icons into characters and events, you must imagine. And when you imagine, you create. It’s in being read that a book becomes a book, and in each of a million different readings a book becomes one of a million different books.”—Mohsin Hamid, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (via bookmania)