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  • Who does the laundry and other chores: 
  • How many children do they have: 
  • Who’s more dominant: 
  • Favorite nonsexual activity:
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  • Any traditions: 
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Hunting and Gathering

Sam ditched Campbell a couple miles back, not in the mood to carry the older man’s weight around. Sometimes hunting in pairs was a necessity and when it wasn’t, Sam preferred to hunt alone. He’d been tracking a vampire to Mystic Falls, Virgina. He told Campbell he’d get in contact when and if he found a nest. As of right now, he was tracking her on foot. The air was cool and he could see his breath as it left his mouth. With a flashlight in hand, he followed her, trying to keep himself downwind of her trail.

He watched as she went into an alleyway. Readying the stake in his hand, he turned the corner. The flashlight helped to illuminate around him and he saw as her fangs were bearing down on her victim. Throwing the stake through the air like a dagger, he waited to see it penetrate through her back. His face was already forming a wicked smile, believing his hunt to be a short one.

Cambodia, Vietnam issue joint statement
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Vietnam and Cambodia issued a joint statement on the conclusion of Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang’s official visit to Cambodia from December 23-24 at the invitation of King Norodom Sihamoni.


During his stay, President Truong Tan Sang met with Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni, National Assembly Chairman Heng Samrin, and Prime Minister Hun Sen, First Vice President of the Senate Say Chhum, and Great Supreme Patriarchs Tep Vong and Bour Kry.


The leaders exchanged in-depth opinions on the friendship and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Cambodia as well as regional and international issues of mutual concern.


They rejoiced at the development of the countries’ amity and all-embracing affiliation in recent years which have practically benefited the two peoples.


President Truong Tan Sang stressed that Vietnam always treasures the valuable support and assistance of late King Norodom Sihanouk, King Norodom Sihamoni, and Cambodian leaders and people to his country during the past struggle for national independence and the current development.


King Norodom Sihamoni and the Cambodian leaders thanked Vietnam for great assistance in the past as well as at present, affirming that the Cambodian people always keep in mind Vietnamese volunteer soldiers’ help in liberating them from the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979.


The two sides affirmed that they will continue developing bilateral relations in line with the motto of “good neighbourliness, traditional friendship, and comprehensive and sustainable cooperation”.


They agreed to fully implement principles stated in the Vietnam-Cambodia Joint Statements in 1999, 2005, 2009, and 2011 while respecting each other’s independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity; not intervening each other’s internal affairs; not allowing any hostile forces to use their respective territories to threaten the other’s security; and peacefully solving problems arising between them.


Vietnam and Cambodia will increase high-level meetings and all-level visits, and encourage people-to-people exchanges, especially between border localities. They also underlined the importance of educating the two peoples about their time-honoured friendship and mutual assistance.


Both sides consented to consider policies aimed at bringing two-way trade to US$5 billion in 2015 and higher in the following years as well as instruct relevant ministries and agencies to adjust mechanisms and agreements to promote bilateral investment.


They reiterated the continued effective implementation of treaties, conventions, and agreements on border issues along with the determination to complete border demarcation and marker planting as soon as possible in order to build a boundary of peace, friendship, cooperation, and development.


The two sides also agreed to create more favourable conditions and provide equal treatment for the Vietnamese and Cambodian communities in their respective countries. The Vietnamese side thanked the Cambodian Government for ensuring legitimate rights of Vietnamese citizens.


The leaders voiced their pleasure at the two countries’ coordination at multilateral forums over the past time. They pledged to continue collaboration, information sharing and mutual support at multilateral forums to which both Vietnam and Cambodia are members.


The two nations will actively engage in the construction of the ASEAN Community, scheduled to be formed on December 31, 2015, and build major orientations for its next stage of development. They will exert all efforts to consolidate and uphold the solidarity and the central role of ASEAN, and contribute to regional peace, security, stability, and development.


Vietnam and Cambodia support the peaceful settlement of disputes in line with internationally recognised principles and regional commitments. They pledged to continue coordinating closely with each other and with other member countries of the Mekong River Commission in ensuring the sustainable management and use of the river’s water resources.


The two sides highly valued President Truong Tan Sang’s State visit to Cambodia and considered it a significant event in reinforcing the countries’ solidarity, traditional friendship and all-round cooperation.


The Vietnamese President invited King Norodom Sihamoni and the Cambodian leaders to visit Vietnam at appropriate times. The Cambodian King and leaders expressed their thanks and accepted the invitation with pleasure.




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Affection in 9M

These girls express their affection in the weirdest of ways I swear. I mean REALLY:

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^There was that time when Hyuna BIT Sera while taking a selfie together^

She does this too her cats as well, but on their ears. (Tbh she’s the biggest offender in this post)

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^Sera is constantly beating the crap out of poor Kyungri^

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^Need I say more?^

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^Once again, self-explanatory^

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^And then there’s this. Crime and punishment. ^

In conclusion:

  • Sera’s abusive
  • Sungah gropes/grinds on everyone
  • Minha is a (literal) pain in the ass
  • Erin is weird
  • And as for Moon, we just don’t know

 GIFS AND PHOTOS NOT MINE

President Truong Tan Sang meets with Cambodian leaders
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President Truong Tan Sang with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (Photo: VNA)


Cambodian leaders pledged to continue supporting the development of traditional friendship and comprehensive cooperation with Vietnam during their separate meetings with State President Truong Tan Sang in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on December 23.


President Truong Tan Sang began his two-day State visit to Cambodia the same day.


Cambodian National Assembly Chairman Heng Samrin, First Vice President of the Senate Say Chum, and Prime Minister Hun Sen showed their deep gratitude to the Vietnamese State, Government, and people for helping Cambodian people escape from the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979.


The top legislators and the President were delighted that the growing ties between the two countries contributed largely by the cooperation between the law-making bodies.


They agreed to increase communications campaigns to educate young generations on the tradition of solidarity, friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance of the two countries.


At the meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen, the leaders concurred to implement fully agreed principles, including the one of not allowing any hostile forces to use the territory of one country to threaten the other’s security.


They vowed to make active contributions to peace, stability and development in the region and beyond.


The Cambodian and Vietnamese leaders agreed to push for the early completion of border demarcation and market planting in order to build the shared borderline of peace, friendship, cooperation and development.


The hosts and guest pledged to create all favourable conditions for businesses to forge trade links towards the target of 5 billion USD in bilateral trade in 2015.


They will continue to work closely together at multilateral forums and support the settlement of disputes by peaceful means and in line with international law and regional commitments, while collaborating with other members of the Mekong River Commission (MRC) to ensure the sustainable management and use of Mekong river water resources.


The leaders also discussed regional and global issues of mutual concerns.


Vietnam and Cambodia set up their diplomatic ties in June 1967. Two-way trade reached 3.34 billion USD in 2013 and 2.6 billion USD in the first 10 months of this year.


Vietnamese investors are running 134 projects in Cambodia with a registered capital of 3.36 billion USD, focusing on industrial tree farming, mining, oil and gas exploration, telecommunications, and banking.-VNA




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