Antea wrote:I really enjoy to going out.
tiuwiu wrote:vijayjohn wrote:tiuwiu wrote:No, the last time I saw the movie was over two decades ago and I barely remember it.
Just in case you're interested, I think I personally would say that movie, but I'm pretty sure lots of native speakers disagree with me on that.
Of course, I'm interested in this.
vijayjohn wrote:tiuwiu wrote:Absolutely right. I need a distraction while ironing and I definitely didn't want to be stuck in the laundry.
...You mean you don't want to be stuck doing the laundry? "I didn't want to be stuck in the laundry" sounds to me like you're talking about a time when you were doing the laundry and you had to do something to avoid falling into a laundromat or a basket of clothes.
Well, doing the laundry can be so boring that it puts me to sleep sometimes
Osias wrote:Unless your spouse worked as actor or producer or whatever on said TV show and spent too many much time working on it and neglected their family and marriage.
tiuwiu wrote:I led a man kills for his pleasure.
The person after me has never seen the rain.
Antea wrote:Yes, because I eat ice cream every time and in every season whenever I have the opportunity.
I just love ice cream and for me it’s not necessary any no logical decision or right timing is necessary to have one.
The person after me uses to have often/usually has a continental breakfast.
france-eesti wrote:No, I have just salad with vinegar and a yoghurt.
What's the best salad dressing for the person after me?
vijayjohn wrote:france-eesti wrote:No, I have just salad with vinegar and a yoghurt.
I would say a bowl of yoghurt or a container of yoghurt or something (and I never know how to spell "yoghurt" ). Maybe this is an American English vs. British English difference (some British people at least do seem to say a yoghurt).
Osias wrote:The person after me has burned all the bridges and now needs to learn to swim.
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