Un grand merci à
la France pour avoir choisi de voter pour l’Europe, les immigrants, l’économie,
l’environnement, l’éducation, les droits des humains, et enfin le futur. Vous
avez restauré ma foi dans l’humanité, après les mauvais choix du Royaume Uni et
les Etats-Unis. Emmanuel Macron n’est pas parfait, mais il est mieux que l’alternative.
L’alternative n’est pas acceptable, et c’est ce que nous avons besoin de tolérer,
ici en Amérique. Mes espoirs vont avec la France dans cette nouvelle époque, et
je vous souhaite de la prospérité. Bisous!
A big thank you to France for choosing to vote for Europe,
immigrants, the economy, the environment, education, human rights, and finally the
future. You have restored my faith in humanity, after the bad choices made by
the United Kingdom and the United States. Emmanuel Macron isn’t perfect, but he
is better than the alternative. The alternative is not acceptable, and this is
what we have to deal with, here in America. My hopes go with France in this new
era, and I wish you prosperity. Kisses!
Good luck learning Arabic when your country is run by sharia law and killers
oh my god don’t talk to me about it! Learning Arabic has been on my bucket list for years but there is always something else coming up and then I forget and then I don’t have the time… but a friend of mine has promised me that he’ll give me a couple of lessons this summer so thanks for the good luck wishes because it’s apparently quite a difficult language to learn. (but i’m still really impatient!!)
Oh and I’m going to take a wild guess and assume that you’re American and I know a bit of Russian so, given the situation of your country, if you ever want help learning it, I’ll be more than happy to help :)
“I was walking down the boardwalk in Venice Beach and some kids had probably two litters of puppies in a cardboard box. They were maybe a day to 3 days old and she was at the very bottom of the box and she couldn’t open her eyes yet… and they were like ‘gimme 300 dollars!’ and I was like ‘I got 20 bucks on me. Give me the one that’s not gonna make it through the day.’ And I took her to the vet and he was like ‘I don’t know, man. She’s too young, she shouldn’t be away from her mom.’ So I bottle-fed her for a month and 12 years later, here she is.” - Jeffrey Dean Morgan