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Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-27, 19:46
by Antea
Not too much, but this is more because I don’t like this kind of movies generally. But I think he was a great director.

The person after me is going to watch a superficial movie tonight in order not to think about anything.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-28, 8:34
by france-eesti
No, instead I watched funny film about Northern French people - wow they made them stand like very stupid folk!

The person after me has a meeting with their boss within 30 minutes and is absolutely not ready for it. (but instead of getting things ready, they linger on Unilang because it's far funnier) :mrgreen:

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-28, 9:37
by tiuwiu
No, my boss is on vacation today and I have some 'free time'.

The person after me loves gardening.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-28, 9:52
by france-eesti
Yes I do, but only when I'm warm enough to really enjoy it. It allows me to meditate on life matters.

The person after me will fix a mirror in their home.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-28, 10:08
by Antea
I am not good at repairing things.

The person after me is pissed off with their bank.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-28, 11:07
by france-eesti
Not yet.

The person after me is quite frustrated because their colleagues are having beer, burger, fries and donuts for lunch while all they have is oil-free salad and an apple.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-28, 12:02
by Lutrinae
Not really, I cooked a delicious meal that I was eating while my colleagues were having the canteen food. Quite please :D


The person after me really wishes that people living in very low risk area stop panicking about the corona-virus and acting stupid, such as emptying supermarkets and cancelling classes.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-28, 18:11
by linguoboy
Antea wrote:this kind of movies

france-eesti wrote:No, instead I watched a funny film about Northern French people - wow they made them standlook like very stupid folk!

france-eesti wrote:beer, burgers, fries and donuts for lunch

Lutrinae wrote:Not really, I cooked a delicious meal that I was eating while my colleagues were having the canteen food. Quite pleasing :D

The person after me really wishes that people living in very low risk areas would stop panicking about the corona-virus and acting stupiddoing stupid things, such as emptying supermarkets and cancelling classes.

Eh, I'd rather people take this seriously than not. As stupid things go, emptying out supermarkets and cancelling classes are relatively benign.

The person after me has enough bottled water to last a month.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-28, 19:06
by tiuwiu
Not for a month, but at least for 14, 15, or 16 days. Here in North Rhine-Westphalia about 1.000 people are under domestic caranaine by now and the numbers seem to double daily. That is why we want to buy a bit more food and water tomorrow. Just in case .... :noclue:


The person after me is currently watching more news than usual to stay informed about the coronavirus.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-02-29, 8:55
by france-eesti
Yes :( This is unlike me. But I have to say my work load is pretty low right now so I can watch and read news...

The person after me thinks Roman Polanski shouldn't have won the Cesar due to his involvement in the sexual abuse case.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-03-08, 7:40
by tiuwiu
I was surprised that he was nominated at all.
But yes, he shouldn't have won the award.

The person after me is bad at geography.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-03-08, 11:00
by Antea
It depends of the countries.

The person after me showers twice per day.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-03-08, 11:17
by france-eesti
No, it's a waste of water and energy... I am respectful of the environment :D

The person after me starts every day with 3 sun salutations. (सूर्यनमस्कार) Sūryu namaskāra

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-03-08, 15:44
by tiuwiu
No, I start my days with a big cup of fresh coffee.

The person after me likes to eat anchovies for breakfast.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-03-09, 9:33
by france-eesti
I used too but I'm almost vegan now so this period is over for me :?

The person after me needs to have their nails cut but is too lazy to do it.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-03-31, 13:22
by tiuwiu
Not at all, my fingernails are short.

The person after me is counting how many times they blink in a minute because they haven't got anything better to do these days.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-04-01, 11:37
by Versus
No. Actually I am busy same as in regular occasions.

The person after me is thinking about new job.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-04-01, 12:23
by france-eesti
Actually I wish I had a job, let alone a new one... I've been fired thanks to dear Covid 19... :roll:

The person after me has also lost their job or something like that due to Covid 19.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-04-01, 13:36
by linguoboy
Antea wrote:It depends ofon the countries.

Versus wrote:No. Actually I am just as busy same as in regular occasionsusual.

The person after me is thinking about a new job.

france-eesti wrote:The person after me has also lost their job or something like that due to Covid 19.

Not yet, thankfully. But my employer was already in financial distress before this happened and I worry they may have to lay some people off.

The person after me is going to plant a vegetable garden.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2020-04-03, 11:37
by france-eesti
We do every year. Tomatoes, pepper, cabbage, aromatic herbs... But my speciality is aromatic herbs (mint is growing again!) and fruit (apple, pear, apricot, peach, kiwi and plum trees) :D Can't wait to see all those people grow!

The person after me would like to have a dog in order to have an excuse to get out of the house in those times of confinement.