By Anonymous / Tuesday 29 January 2013 04:44 / United States
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  zingline89  |  18

20, 38 is right, 2's post was a ralph wiggum quote, so I just followed it up with my own ralph quote. Guess you gotta be a fan of early Simpsons episodes to get it.

  sens3sfailing  |  24

when someone truly cares enough about you to tell you that you or your breath smells bad or that you need to fix something before leaving the house is when I honestly think that person is completely comfortable with you. my ex was very uptight about a lot of criticism like this. I found out the hard way she did not take it well and me needing to just deal with it as to nor upset her. needless to say, that kind of emotional response to criticism translated over to her reaction to issues in our relationship and is part of the reason why she is an ex. so hold on to someone who can tell you when something is wrong OP, they will be able to talk about things and not bottle them up. you just need to play your part and welcome the friendly criticism, chances are they are just trying to look out for you and prevent you from finding yourself with cat breath in a less welcoming environment and being incredibly embarrassed.

  sens3sfailing  |  24

30- no you are wrong...just, wrong. I's make the hard "i" sound in some situations in japanese. see: hai (pronounced like hi), samurai, and others. it makes an e sound in other words, but it does both

  Marcelb  |  17

The I is prounounced like E in several languages (don't know about Japanese myself), as said before. For instance in French and my native language Dutch.

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