Posts Tagged ‘read’
Reading is ok in society, watching tv and going to the movies is fine. But if your a gamer like me playing an imersive video game that’s a big no no. What is it about video games that get a negative feeling? I know people will say: “its because video gaming is an addiction!” Well to me its better than high or stoned or drunk. Video ames relax me and make me feel like I want to be something else. Why do people think this?
I have been trying to find this but it’s to costly. Can anyone please tell me where can i read the full book online for free and in english??
Thanks a lot.
I want to know what it was like.
On a scale of 1-10, how intense is it?
10=equivalent to sky diving or bungee jumping
9=equivalent to a very intense roller coaster
1=like a carousel, relaxing but not intense
I like romantic comedys. Teen books. Can you tell me some good ones?
It says something about floating like a balloon over a field that looks like gold. Sorry I can’t remember anything more specific.
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I am opening a new Minecraft server!! I already have the premade houses and roller-coasters on there. I also have other amusement rides. Pls join. Comment or inbox me if you want in because i will need to tell u hamachi username, password, and ip address. I will also need to no if i should make more houses and stuff like that!!!
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The meal is catered and consists of a Taco bar – there is chopped beef, and chicken and the cheese, salsa, tomatoes and rice and beans. And upwards of 75 people stand in line to make a plate. Before that line forms, there is mingling and drinks.
chips and salsa – OK but sort of not exciting. The hostess has asked me to come up with some ideas for finger food that will be pleasing to folks of all ages. I’ll have three or four people who will help, but I need some ideas that are easy to prepare, don’t have to be heated and can either be passed around or set down on the tables that are scattered about the yard. Usually the kids are playing in a bounce house, but the adults like to nibble.
What I’ll do is pass around the “recipes” to the others who will help, so each person will be working in their own kitchen. I thought of filling little souffle cups with a crab dip, so that’s one idea – but I wonder if there is something that will compliment yet not compete with the meal.
I am throwing my 3 year old a Tinkerbelle birthday party but I want to invite a few boys. So far it is going to be real girly even with the princess bounce house (which they won’t care) but my sister says that it’s her party and all is ok for the bday girl to have her Tink stuff, but when doing favor boxes just to make the boys’ filled with boy stuff and the girls’ girl stuff. Is that the norm? Or should I be making separate boy “colored” favor boxes w/ the boy stuff? Is it ok to have the Tink favor boxes but with boy stuff? What is the etiquette for girly parties and boys?