google better have answers

anonymous asked:

so what do the the ordinary products do? how did you learn how to use them? cause your other stuff is quite knoledgeble (?) but I can't figure out them. x

depends what you got - the ones I’m currently using are the retinoid solution that has an anti-aging purpose and the caffeine solution which is only for the under eye area and gets rid of the dark circles. 

anonymous asked:

What's the difference between asexual and aromantic?

Well friend, for the most part people’s sexual and romantic orientations are aligned (eg. Heterosexual and hetero-romantic).

But asexual people have a lack or absence of sexual attraction, so aren’t attracted to people in a sexual way, but they might have a romantic orientations, examples of this could be homoromantic asexual or panromantic asexual.

Aromantic people on the other hand, have a lack or absence of romantic attraction, so they might not want to do things that are generally considered romantic such as going on dates with other people. But aromantic people might have a sexual orientation, an example would be an aromantic bisexual person.

People can also be both asexual and aromantic (aro-ace for short) and still experience sensual attraction, which is like enjoying holding hands and cuddling.

I hope this has helped to explain things a bit more for you, alternatively Google will probably have better answers. And fyi I’m not aromantic so I’m not 100% sure about my comments on aromanticism so if someone wants to correct me that would be cool.

ronald-gaygan  asked:

How do you make nouns in Portuguese that end in ão plural? Sometimes it becomes ãos, ões, or ães. So how do you know?

I don’t think this was something I was ever explicitly taught or even had a question about, I think I naturally acquired it o-o 

The only time I’ve heard it explained interestingly was in relation to Spanish.
Spanish on the left, Portuguese on the right. 

Pan / Pão –> Panes / Pães 
Corazón / Coração –> Corazones / Corações 
Mano / Mão –> Manos / Mãos 
Madre / Mãe –> Madres / Mães 

I’m not sure if you know Spanish or not, but I really have no explanation for this. I would Google to give you a better answer but I have a midterm and a test coming up within the next two days..

If any Brazilians want to weigh in, go for it.