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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110375

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Yeah. I know. :blush: :lol: Firstly, I don’t know much about Covid-19. I am not interested in watching the news or anything like that. Second, from Covid started, I don’t really talk to anyone (especially about Covid) so I say things how probably only me and my family understand. Like some Jamaican words.
Step 1: Increase your vocabulary.
Step 2: Learn how debate.
Then you win.
Oh boy! I don’t even like the word debate. All I think of is “friendly” arguments when I hear that word. A few of my family members tell me that I need to read more so I can learn more words, (especially that bookworm. Actually her mostly. :) ) I’m not interested in those kind of books she reads. I read, a lot. But not those big thick dictionary sized books. Also, I am not interested in winning anything. But I will take your advice for step 1.

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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110378

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kpeckham wrote:
Just for fun (an activity from this week's Guide: How strongly are sight, smell, taste are connected. Blindfold your friends, have them plug their noses, then feed them a bite of fruit candy or real fruit (especially strawberry flavor). Can they detect the right flavor easily? How about once they unplug their noses? Or open their eyes?
Lol. I can’t smell anything. My taste came back this week tho hehe
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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110409

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Covid this, Covid that... :angry:
I'm sick of all this.
(No pun intended)
Same here.


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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110416

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JoyBaker wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
Yeah. I know. :blush: :lol: Firstly, I don’t know much about Covid-19. I am not interested in watching the news or anything like that. Second, from Covid started, I don’t really talk to anyone (especially about Covid) so I say things how probably only me and my family understand. Like some Jamaican words.
Step 1: Increase your vocabulary.
Step 2: Learn how debate.
Then you win.
Oh boy! I don’t even like the word debate. All I think of is “friendly” arguments when I hear that word. A few of my family members tell me that I need to read more so I can learn more words, (especially that bookworm. Actually her mostly. :) ) I’m not interested in those kind of books she reads. I read, a lot. But not those big thick dictionary sized books. Also, I am not interested in winning anything. But I will take your advice for step 1.
The fact that you don't like it means that you'll end up in a debate often. That's how life works, so you best be prepared.
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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110421

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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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jodiaz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
Yeah. I know. :blush: :lol: Firstly, I don’t know much about Covid-19. I am not interested in watching the news or anything like that. Second, from Covid started, I don’t really talk to anyone (especially about Covid) so I say things how probably only me and my family understand. Like some Jamaican words.
Step 1: Increase your vocabulary.
Step 2: Learn how debate.
Then you win.
Oh boy! I don’t even like the word debate. All I think of is “friendly” arguments when I hear that word. A few of my family members tell me that I need to read more so I can learn more words, (especially that bookworm. Actually her mostly. :) ) I’m not interested in those kind of books she reads. I read, a lot. But not those big thick dictionary sized books. Also, I am not interested in winning anything. But I will take your advice for step 1.
The fact that you don't like it means that you'll end up in a debate often. That's how life works, so you best be prepared.
Uh-oh :S :dry:

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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110424

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pathfinder4ever wrote:
kpeckham wrote:
Just for fun (an activity from this week's Guide: How strongly are sight, smell, taste are connected. Blindfold your friends, have them plug their noses, then feed them a bite of fruit candy or real fruit (especially strawberry flavor). Can they detect the right flavor easily? How about once they unplug their noses? Or open their eyes?
Lol. I can’t smell anything. My taste came back this week tho hehe
Didja get Covid? :blink:
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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110425

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JoyBaker wrote:
Yeah. I know. :blush: :lol: Firstly, I don’t know much about Covid-19. I am not interested in watching the news or anything like that. Second, from Covid started, I don’t really talk to anyone (especially about Covid) so I say things how probably only me and my family understand. Like some Jamaican words.
I love watching the news. :silly: :blink: :side: :S :whistle: :pinch: :lol: B) Helps me learn about what's going on in the world and the decisions, good and bad, that world leaders are taking to fix problems or get more popular. Also, it's a way to avoid coming across as ignorant, though I already know more news than some adults I know. Once my 9 yr old friend mentioned Afghanistan during the prayer request time at a Bible study we have, and when I said something like, "Oh yeah, definitely, it's so horrible what's been going on," the mom of one of the kids asked, "What's happening in Afghanistan?" My eyes nearly popped out of their sockets, I'd been hearing about the US withdrawal and the Taliban taking over for more than a week already.
I understand why you wouldn't want to watch the news though. By watching it I've noticed how EVERYTHING is just getting worse and worse...worse natural disasters... this virus we're dealing with..."wars and rumors of wars"... Sounds familiar? Well, Jesus is coming soon. We don't know how soon, and where we live we're not being persecuted (at least not as far as I know), but everything is getting worse - and not steadily, but like a ball rolling downhill: faster and faster, worse and worse, one terrible thing after another, and following closely...
Ok, Ik we weren't talking about this but I just felt like saying all that after missing so much Guide action (well there hasn't been that much, but whatever). And I just wanted to remind yall, well, this world is not our home.
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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110456

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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110472

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sci_geeek wrote:
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Yeah. I know. :blush: :lol: Firstly, I don’t know much about Covid-19. I am not interested in watching the news or anything like that. Second, from Covid started, I don’t really talk to anyone (especially about Covid) so I say things how probably only me and my family understand. Like some Jamaican words.
I love watching the news. :silly: :blink: :side: :S :whistle: :pinch: :lol: B) Helps me learn about what's going on in the world and the decisions, good and bad, that world leaders are taking to fix problems or get more popular. Also, it's a way to avoid coming across as ignorant, though I already know more news than some adults I know. Once my 9 yr old friend mentioned Afghanistan during the prayer request time at a Bible study we have, and when I said something like, "Oh yeah, definitely, it's so horrible what's been going on," the mom of one of the kids asked, "What's happening in Afghanistan?" My eyes nearly popped out of their sockets, I'd been hearing about the US withdrawal and the Taliban taking over for more than a week already.
I understand why you wouldn't want to watch the news though. By watching it I've noticed how EVERYTHING is just getting worse and worse...worse natural disasters... this virus we're dealing with..."wars and rumors of wars"... Sounds familiar? Well, Jesus is coming soon. We don't know how soon, and where we live we're not being persecuted (at least not as far as I know), but everything is getting worse - and not steadily, but like a ball rolling downhill: faster and faster, worse and worse, one terrible thing after another, and following closely...
Ok, Ik we weren't talking about this but I just felt like saying all that after missing so much Guide action (well there hasn't been that much, but whatever). And I just wanted to remind yall, well, this world is not our home.
Yeah. I sometimes look at the news but just not often. I can’t wait until Jesus comes back but this world will keep getting worse before that happens. I can’t imagine have to run and always fear that if someone finds us, we could die. We have to always stand up for what is right.

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Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom.
Psalm 145:3
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Taste this! 8 months 2 weeks ago #110476

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JoyBaker wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
Yeah. I know. :blush: :lol: Firstly, I don’t know much about Covid-19. I am not interested in watching the news or anything like that. Second, from Covid started, I don’t really talk to anyone (especially about Covid) so I say things how probably only me and my family understand. Like some Jamaican words.
I love watching the news. :silly: :blink: :side: :S :whistle: :pinch: :lol: B) Helps me learn about what's going on in the world and the decisions, good and bad, that world leaders are taking to fix problems or get more popular. Also, it's a way to avoid coming across as ignorant, though I already know more news than some adults I know. Once my 9 yr old friend mentioned Afghanistan during the prayer request time at a Bible study we have, and when I said something like, "Oh yeah, definitely, it's so horrible what's been going on," the mom of one of the kids asked, "What's happening in Afghanistan?" My eyes nearly popped out of their sockets, I'd been hearing about the US withdrawal and the Taliban taking over for more than a week already.
I understand why you wouldn't want to watch the news though. By watching it I've noticed how EVERYTHING is just getting worse and worse...worse natural disasters... this virus we're dealing with..."wars and rumors of wars"... Sounds familiar? Well, Jesus is coming soon. We don't know how soon, and where we live we're not being persecuted (at least not as far as I know), but everything is getting worse - and not steadily, but like a ball rolling downhill: faster and faster, worse and worse, one terrible thing after another, and following closely...
Ok, Ik we weren't talking about this but I just felt like saying all that after missing so much Guide action (well there hasn't been that much, but whatever). And I just wanted to remind yall, well, this world is not our home.
Yeah. I sometimes look at the news but just not often. I can’t wait until Jesus comes back but this world will keep getting worse before that happens. I can’t imagine have to run and always fear that if someone finds us, we could die. We have to always stand up for what is right.
At least you know the "repercussions" of standing up for truth and righteousness. But there is always an intelligent and reasonable way of doing things.
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Taste this! 8 months 3 days ago #111064

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JoyBaker wrote:
Oh boy! I don’t even like the word debate. All I think of is “friendly” arguments when I hear that word. A few of my family members tell me that I need to read more so I can learn more words, (especially that bookworm. Actually her mostly. :) ) I’m not interested in those kind of books she reads. I read, a lot. But not those big thick dictionary sized books. Also, I am not interested in winning anything. But I will take your advice for step 1.
Pretty random, but who do you guys think is more diplomatic? JoyBaker or me?
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Taste this! 8 months 2 days ago #111066

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BookwormJo wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
Oh boy! I don’t even like the word debate. All I think of is “friendly” arguments when I hear that word. A few of my family members tell me that I need to read more so I can learn more words, (especially that bookworm. Actually her mostly. :) ) I’m not interested in those kind of books she reads. I read, a lot. But not those big thick dictionary sized books. Also, I am not interested in winning anything. But I will take your advice for step 1.
Pretty random, but who do you guys think is more diplomatic? JoyBaker or me?
It depends.
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