actually has something to offer, haha.
my class has been reading plays recently, and we read this one last week called Trifles by Susan Glaspell.
omg, I really love it :)
it’s a girl thing. we don’t like starting the conversation because we like to feel like you want to talk to us. we like to feel like the wait was worth something. we like feeling like you’ve waited for us like we’ve waited for you. but the number one reason we hate talking first is because we hate to seem needy or clingy. that’s why we’re scared. because to us, being needy and obsessive just pushes guys away - and no girl wants that.
Hope it’s a good one!
God Bless! :)
We love & support you
listen! you cannot really translate american names into chinese! it doesn’t work that way!
yesterday, this boy in my class showed me a tattoo of his siblings name (i think it was), and it was supposedly in chinese [he used a damn translator and crappy chinese site to find it]. and he wanted me to read it, and i was having trouble trying to decipher it, cause it made no damn sense at all. and i didn’t know how to tell the kid that, since he’s very….dramatic and loud. i like him and all, but he’s just intimidating. and the name was made up of 3 different characters with no related meaning, like ‘rice’ and ‘snow.’ it was written the way a chinese person would pronounce michelle (mi xie er), but it would throw a chinese person wayyyyy off track.
and my other classmates took my quietness as me not knowing what the heck i’m talking about. they we’re all “work on your chinese” etc. which pissed me off. they don’t know shit about chinese to begin with, culture wise, and etc. it’s really hard, and i’d like to see them try to memorize some characters.
so they went to believing that they were right, and blah blah.
which is fine with me now. cause i know that i’m right.
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