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ileolai: Those articals also donโ€™t take into account the context of [some, not all] European diets. In places where food is treated as a sacred social activity and you get an hour or more to eat lunch, itโ€™s easier to make healthier choices. And you go out to eat and chill and bond with your friends and family, or laze around a park, even during work lunch breaks. In the places where people are healthiest, scarfing down something from the microwave in the back room while your boss breathes down your neck on your 15 minute non-break would be outrageous. Having no time or energy to prepare dinner or relax because youโ€™re so overworked is significantly rarer.ย  A glass of red wine is good for you, but probably not as important as the fact you get hours to appreciate it in the company of other people. Itโ€™s universal healthcare and workerโ€™s rights and just valuing human life in general : biggie structural smalls Follow @argumentwinner remember when there used to be all these articles about how people in europe live longer than americans because they drink red wine and eat more olive oil or bullshit like that? turns out it was universal healthcare the whole time 5:50 AM -5 Nov 2019 42,412 Retweets 203,272 Likes t 42K 203K 277 ileolai: Those articals also donโ€™t take into account the context of [some, not all] European diets. In places where food is treated as a sacred social activity and you get an hour or more to eat lunch, itโ€™s easier to make healthier choices. And you go out to eat and chill and bond with your friends and family, or laze around a park, even during work lunch breaks. In the places where people are healthiest, scarfing down something from the microwave in the back room while your boss breathes down your neck on your 15 minute non-break would be outrageous. Having no time or energy to prepare dinner or relax because youโ€™re so overworked is significantly rarer.ย  A glass of red wine is good for you, but probably not as important as the fact you get hours to appreciate it in the company of other people. Itโ€™s universal healthcare and workerโ€™s rights and just valuing human life in general
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Cant the brits just leave everyone alone?: probablyhalfelfrpgideas vaspider gayquicksilver By the way the local New Zealand drama right now is that there's this family of British tourists in the country right now that have, on their own, been such god awful visitors that the national news and like half the country is following their exploits and they got a deportation notice. Like we literally have nothing else better to do in this country gayquicksilver chaOtician please tell me more They've been in the country 5 fucking days ok not even a week. And it started a few days ago when some people Snapchatted them leaving HEAPS of rubbish behind at Takapuna beach (one of the most expensive suburbs in the country) and people were like "hey can you pick that up" and the family got real aggressive about it including this kid who could not have been more than 5 being like "ill bash ya fookin head in m8" and this was ALL over Facebook and allegedly they were all drunk too Then later this same family was pulled over for their kids not being in proper car seats, so they got taken to the dpt store to buy some, no biggie, but u know the connection was made that this is the same family from earlier in the week Then yesterday the police got called in Hamilton to a Burger King where the SAME FAMILY is like, harassing staff and demanding free food, trying to walk through the drive thru and even after police were called it took like an hour to get them to leave Now one of the woman has been arrested for robbing some sunglasses and soft drinks or something from a gas station ehdhfgrhejehehhs I think there was more stuff. And apparently they were real fucking terrible on the flight here too. But overall the situation is just SO funny, like sure they were rude to retail workers and stole some stuff but the whole country is riled the fuck up because they left rubbish all over our beach and you do NOT get away with that shit equuslupus ris fr New Zealand fucking wild Imao Source: gayquicksilver 45,339 notes Cant the brits just leave everyone alone?
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mi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain were viewed as druggies, albeit talented ones, when they were alive, but as soon as they died they became rock icons beloved by many. Biggie and Tupac were viewed as negative influences on the youth when they were alive, but all it took was a premature death to catapult them to legends. This is called the martyrdom effect. People might have seen Eminem as a pill-popping gay-basher when he wrote this song, but he hopes that eventually they will recognize his dedication to his craft, even if it isnโ€™t until after he dies. ***** COMMENT WHAT QUOTE YOU WANT US TO POST NEXT ! Like youโ€™re favorite and weโ€™ll post the most liked one up next! eminem marshallmathers: AND MAYBE THEY'LL ADMIT JUST LET OUR SPIRITS LIVE ON THAT YOU HEAR IN OUR SONGS IT WHEN WE'RE GONE THROUGH OUR LYRICS EMINEMQUOTE VIG mi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain were viewed as druggies, albeit talented ones, when they were alive, but as soon as they died they became rock icons beloved by many. Biggie and Tupac were viewed as negative influences on the youth when they were alive, but all it took was a premature death to catapult them to legends. This is called the martyrdom effect. People might have seen Eminem as a pill-popping gay-basher when he wrote this song, but he hopes that eventually they will recognize his dedication to his craft, even if it isnโ€™t until after he dies. ***** COMMENT WHAT QUOTE YOU WANT US TO POST NEXT ! Like youโ€™re favorite and weโ€™ll post the most liked one up next! eminem marshallmathers

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island-delver-go: secretsinthemargin: I was out with a friend tonight doing one of my fave things. Reading the backs of romance novels aloud. Found this gem. This is honestly the most wild sounding romance novel I have ever seen and thought it might brighten someoneโ€™s day. : New York Times bestselling author SANDRAHILL k Times bestselling author HILL continues her sexy Deadly Angels series, as a Viking vangel's otherworldly mission pairs him with a beautiful chef who whets his thousand-year-old appetite... Once guilty of the deadly sin of gluttony, thousand- year-old Viking vampire angel Cnut Sigurdsson is now a lean, mean, vampire-devil fighting machine. His new side-job? No biggie: just ridding the world of a threat called ISIS while keeping the evil Lucipires (demon vampires) at bay. So when chef drea Stewart hires him to rescue her sister from a cult recruiting terrorists at a Montana dude ranch, vangel turns cowboy. Yeehaw! The too-tempting mortal insists on accompanying him, surprising Cnut with her bravery at every turn. But with terrorists stalking the ranch in demon- oid form, Cnut teletransports Andrea and himself out of danger-accidentally into the tenth-century Norselands. Suddenly, they have to find their way back to the future to save her family and the world.. and to satisfy their insatiable attraction. vonVomance DISCOVER GREAT AUTHORS EXCLUSIVE OFFERS, AND MORE AT HC.COM Paranormal Romance ISBN 978-0-06-235654-3 50799 AVONBOOKS Win free prizes, get exclusive content, and more-scan with a QR App now! 9780062 356543 USA $7.99/$9.99 CAN island-delver-go: secretsinthemargin: I was out with a friend tonight doing one of my fave things. Reading the backs of romance novels aloud. Found this gem. This is honestly the most wild sounding romance novel I have ever seen and thought it might brighten someoneโ€™s day.

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