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Grubadubdub

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Mother's Day Card 1 minute ago #9615030      

@lbisno1

No, France has a more direct link to being our "mother" nation, as France actively and directly assisted us during our revolution. That said, it was more a result of France's desire to give Britain a bloody nose. So you could kind of liken it to a bout of angry, rough sex.



Nevermore

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Topic: The Banning Game 9 2 minutes ago #9615029      

@SydneyCarton He's probably most famous for his allegory of the cave, upon which the Matrix movies are based (hence my cave joke earlier).



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Lucky Accident 2 minutes ago #9615028      

@bananaforscale Newton's Third Law doesn't apply here. Got it.



Grubadubdub

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Mother's Day Card 4 minutes ago #9615027      

Awww. It kinda is true, though. England pretty much is dad, and France pretty much is mom.

We don't show enough appreciation to mom.



Topic: The Banning Game 9 4 minutes ago #9615026      

@Nevermore Huh. I never learned about him formally, mostly I know that he intentionally provoked the authorities and described himself as a gadfly.



Nevermore

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Topic: The Banning Game 9 5 minutes ago #9615025      

Banned for lack of knowledge.



Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 6 minutes ago #9615024      

@Wortel I have a habit of ordering only plain noodles when eating noodles. And the street vendor would just look at me confused.



Nevermore

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Topic: The Banning Game 9 6 minutes ago #9615023      

@SydneyCarton My Philosophy class was taught in German back in the day, so I didn't really associate the english word 'gadfly' with him. :/



Topic: Corrupt-a-Wish Foundation 6 8 minutes ago #9615022      

@Wortel Hey, a sweet girl like that? If she doesn't, they're all missing out. :)



Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 8 minutes ago #9615021      

@Wortel Mhm. In my house we usually cook Red rice mixed with white rice. The ratio would be 1:2



Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 10 minutes ago #9615020      

@Zeust Virtually, all grandmothers make amazing food. It's like the law of nature or something.



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167 - Great Heights 10 minutes ago #9615019      

he finally got the apple at least!



Mother's Day Card 11 minutes ago #9615018      

@Arget Darn West Virginians.....



Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 12 minutes ago #9615017      

@flyingbanana Banana brownies? They sound weird yet tasty...



Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 13 minutes ago #9615016      

@Wortel Yeah. Back in elementary I would always buy them from the vendor behind my school. The smallest portion cost Rp 5000.



Bullseye132

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139 - CRASH 13 minutes ago #9615015      

me at life



Wortel

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Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 14 minutes ago #9615014      

@Pearl sounds good!



Wortel

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Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 14 minutes ago #9615013      

@satwnhetafangirl isn't that what ramen works like too? Plain boring noodles soaked in something soupy? :XD:

But depending on the kind of rice, rice all by itself can be perfectly fine. :yes:



Wortel

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Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 15 minutes ago #9615012      

@satwnhetafangirl ooh those look nice!



Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 15 minutes ago #9615011      

@Wortel Rice = awesomest food ever. Sometimes I eat rice plain without side dishes, only flooding it with soup :XD:



Bullseye132

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7 - Mouth Fishing 17 minutes ago #9615010      

fishing: taking it to the next level...



Polosha77

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The little voice in America's head 17 minutes ago #9615009      

Louisiana: *is still salty that Huey P Long was assassinated and FDR became president instead*

(Huey P. Long was a governor of Louisiana, who later on became the state's senator. He was one of the best governors/senators we've ever had to this very day. He took away some of the funding for the big corporations and put it into getting free textbooks for schools, made our state healthcare better by expanding our charity hospital system, and much more. In fact, he was one of the few people during the time who was like, "Hey, why should a small amount of people get all the money? Share the wealth, for Pete's sake!" We probably wouldn't have that problem today if he became president instead of FDR.)



Topic: Family Recipes: Does your family have one? 17 minutes ago #9615008      

@Wortel There's also a variant called laba-laba (spiderweb). We have too many variants...from green tea to oreo to taro.



Wortel

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Topic: What is your country embarrassed about? 17 minutes ago #9615007      

@satwnhetafangirl I guessed so.

Makes a good character to pick on in Wayang theatre, though :yes:



Topic: What is your country embarrassed about? 21 minutes ago #9615006      

@Wortel He was nasty. And we hated him with a passion



Wortel

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Topic: What's On Your Mind #128 22 minutes ago #9615005      

@uktana extraordinarily random fact: a Rettich is a vegetable. A kind of white carrot.



Wortel

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Topic: Corrupt-a-Wish Foundation 6 23 minutes ago #9615004      

@uktana since when does IsaIna have a boyfriend? :XD:



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Better late than never 25 minutes ago #9615003      

Louisiana: "NO DON'T HIT HIM! HE'S THE REASON WHY I WAS SUCCESSFULLY FOUNDED IN THE FIRST PLACE!"
(Each time France tried colonizing Louisiana on their own, they failed miserably. Then they asked Germany for a bit of help, and then that attempt worked because the Germans sent there successfully set up farms. So, thank you Germany, for helping Louisiana exist.)



Wortel

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Topic: What's On Your Mind #127 25 minutes ago #9615002      

@lbisno1 aww...
Where are you?



lbisno1

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Topic: What's On Your Mind #127 26 minutes ago #9615001      

I'm homesick for America :(




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