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itsamemaria · 14 weeks ago
Oooohhhhh
They taste the same 23 comments
itsamemaria · 14 weeks ago
I feel like this post was maybe mocking people that do that, and the comment section has become a share -your - trip- experience group. But I'm not mad at it.
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They taste the same 23 comments
itsamemaria · 14 weeks ago
@licky11 my husband always likes to eat fast food while in another country because it tastes different so he wants to test it,so he does it for his own little research lol
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They taste the same 23 comments
itsamemaria · 14 weeks ago
I believe gelato over there is more "icy" because I guess that's how is supposed to be but idk. We were in Rome, naples, and positano. My favorite things were a gnocchi and a ravioli I had in positano. In Rome our favorite thing we ate was brusccheta which yes it is just tomato basil and bread with olive oil but again we felt the tomatoes over there were so sweet and fresh that we just loved it and ordered it all the time (even my husband noticed and he is not into food that much) and had the best pasta in my life in Naples. It wasn't even a restaurant it was in a wine tasting/ food paring in a vineyard. Again realy simple but so fresh and yummy. We went on our honeymoon, and I sooo want to go back. We had a good experience using trip advisor to check were to go before. We had a day trip to capri and had fish which was very good too. But yeah specially in capri and rome you have to be careful of touristy places.
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They taste the same 23 comments
itsamemaria · 14 weeks ago
@chabgetheworld that's sad when I went that was my favorite thing. The food!! I felt like anywhere you can find good pizza and pasta. I was surprised how simple it was. Pasta can be just tomatoes and basil and I loved it. Not that heavy sauce we are used to in here.
They taste the same 23 comments
itsamemaria · 14 weeks ago
I haven't travel THAT much but in an immigrant and many of my friends are and have been in a few countries. In america we have great diveristy, and quality in the since that supermarkets worry about how produce look and size of produce. With that said, in my experience ingredients (fruit, vegetables, seafood),have much more flavor even in latonamerica and Europe. There are certain ffuits I do not eat in USA but I love toneat when I go to another country for example.
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Merciful aware strange Loris 2 comments
itsamemaria · 14 weeks ago
Yup. Except for the $400 part wtf? I was 15. I never had $400 to spare until I was in my late 20s
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My sis did this when I introduced her to bernie sanders 3 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
yup. The last two.
Hey we could try that instead of putting bump strips under bridges, maybe 15 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
Agree with creative dragon. Significantly reduced is way better than nothing. Most people are quick to jump in the critics bandwagon or the all or none mentality that imo doesn't lead to anything. It is probably a better plan than what we have. We can give it a try and if we find flaws, fix those too. It's like people criticizing you do whatever you can for the environment because you can't do it all. Well shit I rather most people do at least the minimal than nothing at all.
What're you gonna do about it 1 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
happens way too often
An inconvenient truth 27 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
Yes, I wish more people would see that nature is essential to us but we are notnessential in nature. Some people live like we are.
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An inconvenient truth 27 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
:)
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Oh, canda! 9 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
I like Canada
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I mean it's still affection 3 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
Honestly it feels so good when another random girl compliments your make up/ clothes/ purse. Nothing more sincere exists
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Oh, canda! 9 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
Are these streets also real?
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Oh, canda! 9 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
haha oh ok province. I have fun saying that name now.
Oh, canda! 9 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
I Recently learned that from Jim Gaffigan, that he went to a city or state (or maybe province?) Called New found land. So they didn't even tried and they just called it Newfoundland. Lol I love it. It's like kids creating a land to play in their imagination.
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An inconvenient truth 27 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
That's very true too. An animal can over eat, can affect another species notnreally knowing. They just want to eat, but we can affect many at once, understand it, and just don't care. And sometimes for things like minetal mining, for gold that is probably for jewelry? Anyways I know it is way out of topic and didn't mean to make it so depressing lol
An inconvenient truth 27 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
@guest_ no I don't take is as an attack. I understand your pov. I just get really depressed when I think what humans do to nature compared to animals. We have been here for a short period of time and have destroyed a lot for things that are not THAT (or sometimes not at all) necessary and it affevts other humans and other species. But thats just me. I know it's a very negative POV but sometimes can't help to get down about it.
An inconvenient truth 27 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
I guess misunderstood. (Depends on who you ask lol) And I meant that in the movie scenario. I wouldn't be ok with half of the wold dying either obviously
An inconvenient truth 27 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
@cakelover I'm a super empathetic person and feel for everyone, everything and every animal, with that daid, I think thanos is one of the most understood villains honestly imo
An inconvenient truth 27 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
Yeah there are parasites in nature. But besides organisms like that as a species, most of them, they might just used what they really need to survive. Most humans probably take more, specially depending on culture and lifestyle.
An inconvenient truth 27 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
Is it? Personally I think we are harmful organisms to earth.
Juan Catalan was put on death row and spent nearly 6 months in jail for the murder of a 3 comments
itsamemaria · 15 weeks ago
Theres a doc about it on netflix (long shot). This post gives it away basically but still worth watching it. So crazy.
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