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The Game Room / Re: Final Fantasy 7 Remake
« on: June 25, 2019, 01:13:50 PM »
It's really happening! excited!  I heard there will be three parts to this game.  I just hope that add more detail about Zack Fair and Vincent Valentine only because it would smooth out the actual story line. 

Now, I have to invest in a PS4.

Marriage & Family Life / Re: Mob niam yau, mob txiv yau...
« on: June 25, 2019, 01:04:45 PM »
If they grew up in a family that tolerates it, it is likely that it's a norm and depending on situations...c ould happen.

Beauty & Fashion / Re: Freckles and Sun Spots
« on: December 20, 2018, 01:32:09 PM »
I've just learn that freckles is in style.  Yes, I've seen and witness people creating freckles in their make-up routine.  Yes, I've gotten compliments on my freckles quite often as of late.. :P ::)

As part of my skin-routine, I've been using a vitamin-c serum to help lighten my freckles as I understand it's not going to go away permanently.  So far, it has worked to lighten the visibility but the freckles are still present.

Majority of make-up brands these days have an SPF 15 or SPF 30.  Make sure to always wear facial sun protection to prevent the skin from developing dark spots and freckles.  Also, it may be wise to change your make-up as they do expire within 1 year, depending on what it is.  I don't know if this is true but expired make-up might also cause blemish too.


General Discussion / Re: New wave of shamanism
« on: July 11, 2018, 12:27:05 PM »
I don't care how they dress or dance to the alter or what they use for their performances, so long as they heal and predict life correctly.

Just about a week or so ago, a Hmong lady came on the radio and said, "I've just had my spirits talk to those Thai boys in the cave. I've visited them spiritually. They are all dead spirits now. They aren't humans anymore. They won't ever be rescued now." (Not exact quote but the gist of it.)

Okay. That one, I won't consult.

It could be Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

That doesn't mean she's not right.  A lot of people who go through a brutal or harsh event will feel dead spiritually.  Although those children may have been rescued, who knows what's really going through their mind, mentally. 

According to Thai news, the driver's eyes were damaged which is probably why he had to stop the vehicle immediately.  The road is also curvy so it's already dangerous to continue driving, especially if glass particles or any particles gets into the eyes.  At the same time, the driver has to think of the safety of the family in the car.  It is unfortunate that this happened to this family.


General Discussion / Re: How do you store your christmas wrap rolls?
« on: April 30, 2018, 10:45:16 AM »
You can store them in a trash bag so they don't get dusty over time.  If you are a crafter, you can you buy wrap totes which are made to store wrapping paper.  You could just use a cardboard box to store it.  If you are crafty, you can create cardboard dividers, then put it inside another cardboard box to store the wraps one by one or by holiday.

I used to buy holiday wraps but I've gone cheap for the last 2 years...keke.  I use brown paper bags from the grocery store.  Typically when it starts hitting closer to the holidays, I'd save the paper bags and then gently cut and turn them get brown paper wraps.

I've always been a fan of brown paper wraps because then it leaves room for me to do all sorts of things with the decoration and personalized it as well.


Anything Goes / Re: One Thing About You, Everyday!
« on: March 08, 2018, 06:42:55 PM »
When you cook with your heart and spread your love vibes into your dishes...your cooking skills just levels up on it's own and the food just gets a +10 to its taste.


General Relationship / Re: Perfection..
« on: March 08, 2018, 02:28:19 PM »

You don't want to listen to this..

If you really read it... it's saying  YOU ARE THE PROBLEM YOU NEED TO FIX YOURSELF AND CHANGE YOURSELF....  when really, you are NOT the problem and honestly don't need to change.

You've already listed all the things you done...and in my opinion, the things you do are not wrong!  But the advices you are getting in here from the ladies are basically saying what you are doing is wrong! You clean up the house, you clean for him, you do his laundry...cook for him etc etc etc, scrape off his and your snow...

It is surprising for me to see all these women in here can't see it from your side!  It just blows my mind. 


List the things that you do for him.
List the things he gets mad at you for.

Then list the things that he does that makes you mad.

And put it all here!!

And if you're still getting advices from these ladies in here saying you need to be patient, they are just blindling giving you advice that like I stated before, you shouldn't be taking their advice!

I don't know OP nor do I know OP's significant other's point of view of/about OP.

Everything listed in bold is your bias opinion about us women in here.  That's really sad because we never said she did anything wrong in her relationship.  We obviously realize there are wonderful things she's doing that she's listed and we are simply touching bases on different perspective to look at (whether she has or hasn't yet...that we don't know). 

Is it so wrong for us to even voice a perspective? 



General Relationship / Re: Perfection..
« on: March 08, 2018, 01:40:53 PM »
You cannot dictate someone's life, not that you are...but a lot of times the other person feels that's what's happening.  You may think and feel you are a reasonable person but you cannot expect someone to think and feel like you do.  Perhaps they already think and feel they are reasonable in many other ways towards you, yet you just haven't notice. 

To throw things he love and enjoy, will not do you any favor.  It's a sign of hate and it will continue to trigger you to do it more in the future with anything else he might love and enjoy doing.  Once you've done it, it's so much more easier for you to do it again.  You may not even realize how you are probably still continuing to destroy other things such as his morals, his mental health at work, and his tolerance for your behavior.

Learn to have patience and learn to control your temper.  Compromise is a life long companion that you need to uphold until the end of your life with anyone and everyone, vice versa. 

There are people who may tell you it is best to divorce and find someone who is better but you also need to look at their own lives if they are doing well.  If they are doing well, what exactly are they doing that is healthy for themselves and their partner?  What events had occur in their life that had made and break them to get to where they are at? 
If you are close to his friends, invite them over and do something fun together.  Get to know his friends and their hobbies, especially because you guys have no children yet.   That way, you can start building a mutual relationship with them and they get to know the real you.  Plus...them knowing you will also make them understand that maybe the things your s/o say is just a bunch of BS and they can help back you up during their "guy talk."  Besides, knowing their gaming can learn to speak their nerdy game language and mock or humor your s/o from time to time.  That may bring you guys closer and he may change himself because he see you've changed too. 


Anything Goes / Re: One Thing About You, Everyday!
« on: February 26, 2018, 12:32:24 PM »
I have everything to give but who?

To the beautiful people in your daily lives that brightens your spirit when it wanders off just a little too far...they pull you back, smiling at you so you know they always got your back, and slip a few seeds into your burlap to ensure you can go on forever sowing your dreams.

______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ________

OMG...I just cried my balls out watching Disney's "Coco" from the beginning to the very end. 

My bleeds...melod ies....I miss you!

And so today I took the day off just so I can stay home and listen to the song we used to sing together.  Then...all I knew was the melody.  It's only now that I know what the song means and deep in my're always showering your love just like the songs you listen to.

And so today, I share the song and sending love waves to you all:

The version my father and I sing along to without English Sub:

The new version with English Sub:

Marriage & Family Life / Re: so sad
« on: February 22, 2018, 11:40:43 AM »
From a clan point of view, they aren't visiting because they feel disrespected by their person.  Who knows, they may by heart disowned him as part of the clan family. 

Here is a different perspective to ponder on:

He is just one person vs. one clan.  Perhaps when he lost her the first time he realized that he wasn't truly who he should be as an "individual."  He could have been too overwhelmed by clan traditions, clan pressured, community looking down on him, and everything he grew up learning was not relevant in helping save his marriage/family. 

When he lost her, was the clan there for him?  Did they look down on him because he couldn't uphold his own family?  Did they try to find him another woman/wife?  Help him look for a better opportunity or help him adjust his living lifestyle so it is manageable?  Did they go visit him often so he's not so lonely?  Did they invite him to any events, take him out to release stress, or take him on a vacation and breathe life back into him in different ways?

Oh well, the one thing one could be proud of him is knowing he's breathing, living life, and owning it.  Who couldn't be happier than knowing someone's taking control of their life, right? 

______________ ______

No matter how much a person may have f-up their lives or even if it wasn't as f-up as some people makes it out to be...a real brother will always be there.  A real bro will know deep in their heart and soul that no matter what happens (the hurt, the pain, the lost, the broken), they respect each other's choices and continue to love, guide, and nurture each other until the end.


for goodness sakes. you're confusing an opinion with a  lucky i'm nice enough to explain. for example.... if you believe the world is flat. that's an opinion your brain made up. but fact has shown that the world is round. you are entitled to your opinions but what you believe doesn't make things true cause you have no bases to prove them. learn the difference.  O0

let me give you another example
 if praying helped ashra why wouldn't praying help everyone? cause it's something made up in your mind.  :2funny: :idiot2:

You can have all the facts about anything and everything but it's still just your reality, not someone else's. 

Sometimes, it may be good to invite yourself to look from a different perspective of someone's reality. 

Anyways, I do appreciate the conversation. 


you are incorrect.

sunrain, you're cool but very naive, i hope you go back to school and relearn some things cause you're hurting the future kids if you tell them your beliefs, which are made up of lies in your head, like you don't even know what 'reality' means.  O0

But if everything in my head is "made up of lies," how is that not real?  I rest my case.

Not going to turn this thread into something else.  I do believe there are beauty in a lot of things and it is dependent on who's perspective it is from. 


when you grow up and go to college take a course in Anthropology. i'm sure your mind will be blown when you realize all them video games beliefs you think are real come from old cultures.   O0

Oh, I've taken it...and everything is as real as you make it a reality.

At least your language sounds slightly more mindful this time.   ;D

The Game Room / Re: Overwatch
« on: February 06, 2018, 05:06:23 PM »
When I first started playing OW...I made this drawing of myself sitting and having tea with Ana Amari. 


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