"The less you respond to negative people the more peaceful your life will become."
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The result of an epic battle with a bench and a water fountain at derby practice. Aka…i forgot we were practicing without toestops and utterly faiked at drinking water as a result.
At least one of those kids ate a whole bowl of pasta with jam sauce. We used the recipe as given in West’s video.
Item 147: It’s summertime and everyone loves a lemonade stand. But then again, every Tom, Dick and Harry is setting up a lemonade stand in the summertime and the market is flooded. Respond to consumer demand and carve out your own niche. Let’s see two children manning a “Hot Pasta With Jam Sauce” stand.
Can someone explain to me why it is considered cute and funny for her to force hugs on him? If it were a male character smiling and forcing physical contact on a female character who was protesting, and he were telling her she had no choice, people would be all up in arms and rightfully saying it was wrong. Why is this different? these scenes were disturbing to me. As an aspie, sometimes I can’t handle touch very well. If I ask not to be hugged, and someone disregards this it can be painful and feel like an attack. I can panic and feel trapped. I understand that she cares deeply for him and that wants to hug him. I am curious though… Why has the popular response to this been “cute!” Or laughter? I’d like to understand because to me it seems to be very disrespectful of his boundaries, and bordering on violent.
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