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  1. I'm what some peoples would call "prudish", I...

    I'm what some peoples would call "prudish", I don't like to bare my body to the public or strangers. But I've not something against nudists and nude beaches, they're just not my personal preference....
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    Then you were lucky to find a good husband, but...

    Then you were lucky to find a good husband, but not every woman has the same luck. For example, I've only married recently with 32 years, and it wasn't because I purposely wanted to postpone it. My...
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    I've to agree with the last post. Also, the true...

    I've to agree with the last post. Also, the true father of Jesus was not Joseph, but God, and God has no ethnicity. Joseph was Jesus mother's husband and "earthly" father if we could say so, but not...
  4. Important!  I've seen a similar phenomenon in my region, but...

    I've seen a similar phenomenon in my region, but not all peoples who leave do it out of pleasure. Not finding a suitable job, or a job at all to fit their qualifications is one reason, small towns...
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    To be honest, I've a little bit more sympathy for...

    To be honest, I've a little bit more sympathy for the MGTOW than for incels, because they're a little bit more organised and don't appear as self-loathing, desperate and defeatist as the incels do....
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    Yes, I've also noticed an overwhelming amount of...

    Yes, I've also noticed an overwhelming amount of cropped fashion. It's not really my taste either, as I don't like exposing my stomach area. However I've seen many women wearing cropped tops,...
  7. Important! Poll! In my view, religious morality is the root or...

    In my view, religious morality is the root or base of any type of morality. While there can be morally virtuous atheists, their set of morals is in reality borrowed from religion. The most simple and...
  8. I've sometimes wondered the same thing. In my...

    I've sometimes wondered the same thing. In my view, I'm a little bit split between apathy/indifference and support for modern, multicultural policies. At least that has been my experience with my...
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    I would love it too, its landscapes and nature...

    I would love it too, its landscapes and nature have always fascinated me! I'd like to visit it one day and see such nature and more:
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    Welcome back. You've an interesting username, I...

    Welcome back. You've an interesting username, I must say. :) The word "African" shoudn't be monopolised by the blacks, as Germanics have a claim of those lands as well. I think it's important that...
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    I've to agree it's a symptom of the times, the...

    I've to agree it's a symptom of the times, the triumph of feminism coupled with moral relativism. Because of the feminist ideology, women are encouraged to see men as mere wallets and commodities,...
  12. Texting And Grammar: Does Texting Hurt Grammar Skills?

    https://yourteenmag.com/technology/does-texting-hurt-grammar

    Have you had the experience that "SMS speak" has affected your grammar or the one of friends/acquaintances? In my experience, texting...
  13. I've found that some peoples, especially some...

    I've found that some peoples, especially some teens use a lot of fillers. For example I've heard a lot of American teens saying "like", and very often.

    e.g. "And I was like, do you want to like,...
  14. It’s, Like, You Know, Science: Why We Use Fillers When We Speak

    https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/filler-words
  15. How The Grimm Brothers Changed German Linguistics (And Fairy Tales)

    https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/grimms-fairy-tales
  16. Wait, Just How Many Types of German Beer Are There?

    https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/types-of-german-beer
  17. Why Are Americans So Obsessed With Scandinavian Culture?

    https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/why-are-americans-so-obsessed-with-scandinavian-culture
  18. The Eccentric History Of English Spelling (And Why It’s So Maddeningly Difficult)

    https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/the-eccentric-history-of-english-spelling-and-why-its-so-difficult
  19. Why Does The English Alphabet Lack Accent Marks?

    https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/english-accent-marks
  20. Are You A Polyglot, Or A Hyperpolyglot?

    https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/polyglot-vs-hyperpolyglot
  21. You Might Have Heard of Danish Hygge — But What About Swedish Lagom?

    https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/you-might-have-heard-of-danish-hygge-but-what-about-swedish-lagom
  22. Scandinavian Work Culture Is Better Than Yours — Here’s Why

    https://thenextweb.com/business/2017/02/20/scandinavian-work-culture-is-better-than-yours/
  23. Shocking, and very very disturbing! I've read...

    Shocking, and very very disturbing! I've read somewhere that the child is abused and groomed through the use of drugs. A child is already too young to decide about their gender (which I don't believe...
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    The Term "Going Dutch"

    Some of us might have heard the English term "going Dutch." I've heard it recently a few times, here is the meaning from Wikipedia:



    The etymology of the word is an interesting one:



    Some...
  25. It's beyond me why someone would want to...

    It's beyond me why someone would want to intentionally become mutilated/blind/paralysed. I'm suspecting it will become more socially acceptable as a result of the popularity of body modification...
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