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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his socks 5 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
A true Canadian.
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How medicine works 4 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
I didn't expect this at all....
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Feel the Difference 26 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
America is divided in three. North, Central and South. South Americans know our terms, we know North America is Canada, USA, and Mexico, Central america is a bunch of countries like Panama, Honduras, and Nicaragua and South America have less countries yet big Like Argentina, Chile and Brazil.
We know people from the us like to be called Americans, and all that, we usually use them on regular basis, especially cause Estadounidense is too damn long. Don't worry, darling.
Feel the Difference 26 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
It's América, with accent in the e, and What's the name for the continent in English then? and I haven't said anything disrespectful. English is a well-known lazy language with vague grammar and senseless words and even more senseless pronunciation.
Feel the Difference 26 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
The laziness on creating an official and specific word for their nationality. Even so, I know in the UN the us ambassadors don't use american to refer to their own people. They use a word similar to "estadounidense", but I ignore it. But well, it's something south americans had learned to deal with.
Feel the Difference 26 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
Nobody is around in south america calling Mexico United States of Mexico... it's only mexico. Nobody goes around calling most countries with their officials names. Gods, it'd be so tiring. The point is that America it's not only the country between Mexico and Canada, Not even North America is that only country, but Mexico and Canada too. Yet, I know for all the years to come, people from the US will monopolize the term America for their nationality and their country. At least in English, not a really creative language sometimes.
Feel the Difference 26 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
Nah, in Spanish Mexico is Mexico... the x pronounced as a h. The US is Estados Unidos. We have no trouble at all. Those from the US are the ones who ALWAYS says "Americans" when they refereed to their people and get confused when someone from south america says they're, actually, from America (Had happened to me so many times I can't count)
Well We have Sudamerica (South America), Norteamerica (Noth america) and Centroamerica (Center America) 'cause america is divided in three regions, not two.
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*grabs popcorn* 27 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
They're getting so common people stop surprising. Everybody is like: Yes, another... the third this week.
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Ladies is this true? 79 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
It'd depend on whether she has or not some kind of bond with you. It'd be really weird to hug someone you barely know just cause she says she's cold.
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Feel the Difference 26 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
In Spanish America is Estados Unidos (United States) and Americans are called Estadounidenses (Something like. unites staters? statians? I don't think that have real translation. Anyway, we do have a specific name for them instead of that simply and dull "american" they had monopolized.
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Which coffee are you? 22 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
Pretty much that's what coffee is.
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i dont know if this has been on here before, but it's heartwrenching 28 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
I've seen this like 20 times. I still cry just with the title.
You wait until we get home 6 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
My mom did that too. But we're not black though
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What are the answers 66 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
In Venezuela we have a Picture of Simon Bolivar. I kinda understand that unusual things government put on classrooms
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Feel the Difference 26 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
Yet Canada is America too...
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Would you guys mind if I posted some journals or something on this site? 16 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
Something like that... It's so cheap you just pay with some coins. Or two of the very lowest bills. Cheaper than bubble gum and water.
Oh lord.... 23 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
Who would have thought of that?
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I don't TOTALLY agree with this but i somewhat do. 30 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
I know so many women with computer engineer degrees that I can't see why that would empower them. Oh right, those are sooooo first-world problems.
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Oh lord.... 23 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
I wonder how did he swallow that?
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Would you guys mind if I posted some journals or something on this site? 16 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
That's the price in usd. In Venezuelan Bolivars is just like 4 bolivars. and 100 Bolivars = 1usd
Picture used on Spanish news channel reporting on Black Friday insanity 2 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
It's a Mexican news channel. Not Spanish.
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Would you guys mind if I posted some journals or something on this site? 16 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
In my country it's the same everywhere, well, it's like $0,04 cents anyway.
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You know it? 8 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
Haven't you? Ever? Really? Wow...
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Would you guys mind if I posted some journals or something on this site? 16 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
I don't get this... Why don't you have a standard price of gas? Or it's only my country that has only one price for gas everywhere?
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When you're the fandom side of tumblr 9 comments
mintygarden · 5 years ago
How can hipsters runaway from fandom part?
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