Okay so i have this question: WHY THE HELL norwegians take off their shoes before get in a house??? i dont even take off my shoes in my own house
UMMMM????? BECAUSE SHOES ARE DIRTY???? We’d rather not wash our floors 4 times a day? Do you leave your shoes in front of the sofa/ bed then?
And what if you have to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night and your feet/socks would get so dirty because there had been shoes there the whole time??!!
Every time I see a meme about Asians taking of their shoes I’m just blown away because how tf is that an Asian thing. If someone came into my house with their shoes on is kick them the fuck out.
So, a Water Tribe Betrothal Necklace is, traditionally, a hand-carved piece of jewelry given by a bride-to-be’s intended. It’s clear that a very traditional theme to have is a sense of roundness. This is shown by the first four necklaces shown.
The bottom two, Bolin’s, and Kya’s, differ highly from this, making them non-traditional. Now Bolin’s makes sense in the context we’re given from the show. Eska was shown to be slightly deranged and didn’t understand that Bolin wanted to get out of their relationship. The heavy-gothic themes help to show the dread, despair, and chain-like quality Bolin must feel. Despite this though, it still features a somewhat-round centerpiece like the traditional necklaces do.
When my wife decided to end her life. She, too, was being blackmailed by this odious man who now lies dead before us. He hated my wife for the same reason that he hated all of you. He believed that you were all thoroughly un-American. - Clue (1985) dir. Jonathan Lynn