"Just started my permanent shirtless lifestyle today, an hour ago. From today on, I won't wear a shirt unless I have to,like when I have company, I'm going to work. And this week I will try to go inside a convenience store without a shirt…"
Just started my permanent shirtless lifestyle today, an hour ago. From today on, I won't wear a shirt unless I have to,like when I have company, I'm going to work. And this week I will try to go inside a convenience store without a shirt on for the first time
Shirtless life is going well so far, had to cover up this morning for some errands (places where a shirt is required). I usually end up taking my shirt off while I'm still in the car since I get impatient about it and the shirt has to come off much sooner than that, I want people to start seeing what I look like bare chested
By the end of this week I will start keeping my shirt off almost 24/7 at home, I plan on always being shirtless in the car on the way home too. And if I was head of an all male household I'd make everybody keep their shirts off 24/7 also
""I just feel that it should be easier for highly-skilled professionals from non-EU countries to come to the UK to work."
What makes it difficult right now? Is the UK obligated to consider candidates from EU countries before non-EU…"
"That would be ideal. Somewhere along the line we seem to have lost respect for one another, and the desire to find a common ground. Nothing works when people won't find a common thread with which to build from..."
I was thinking about how with a change in perspective and the tone of language we used to describe something, we can easily make many day to day things into warped horror movie premises. Examples:When we eat meat and seafood, we are eating corpses. The terms meat and seafood basically exist because saying that we are eating corpses or flesh is really unpleasant sounding. We also say meat "went bad" or "spoiled" because actually describing it as flesh that has decomposed more than what we are…See More
"Of course there are people there who are not rich. I'm not referring to Swiss people, I'm referring to people from other countries wanting to live there. There are people mainly from Turkey living there doing menial jobs but they are all…"