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[Feb. 13th, 2016|04:19 pm]

virginia_rabbit
Reinis aka Leo Johnson

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Reiņo <3 [Feb. 13th, 2016|12:37 pm]

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[Feb. 13th, 2016|11:39 am]

dienasgramata
hm
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[Feb. 13th, 2016|02:57 am]

virginia_rabbit
ok, man nenāk miegs. NEMAKSĀJIET AR SKŪPSTIEM: https://www.facebook.com/events/1108788185828823/
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[Feb. 13th, 2016|12:05 am]

virginia_rabbit
slikts japānis: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/feb/12/first-japanese-mp-to-take-paternity-leave-resigns-over-affair

Miyazaki says he has done ‘a cruel thing’ by having an affair with a kimono dresser days before his fellow MP wife was due to give birth
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[Feb. 12th, 2016|11:40 pm]

virginia_rabbit
romantiskākā dating spēle valentīndienā ar 60% atlaidi!

https://www.humblebundle.com/store/p/huniepop_storefront


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<3 [Feb. 12th, 2016|10:47 pm]

virginia_rabbit
„Mēs neaizliedzam seksuālo minoritāšu pārstāvjiem braukt ar minibusiem šajā dienā. Viņi var to darīt, taču tikai par maksu”
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pirmā vizīte [Feb. 12th, 2016|07:27 pm]

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[Feb. 12th, 2016|06:22 pm]

virginia_rabbit
Japānā dzemdības ierosina, ievadot makstī jūraszāli Laminaria, sauktu arī par "velna priekšautu". Tas tiek izmantots arī aborta veikšanai.

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[Feb. 12th, 2016|03:47 pm]

virginia_rabbit
biju veikalā pēc (eko)marlēm, un man atkal mēģināja ierunāt tos Baha ziedus. esot kaut kādi jauni ienākušies.
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[Feb. 12th, 2016|03:26 pm]

virginia_rabbit
PIEGDIENAH
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Metāla skulptūras [Feb. 12th, 2016|02:43 pm]

pajautaa

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Meklēju kādu mākslinieku/entuziastu Latvijā, kas veido metāla skulptūras recycled stilā no vecu mašīnu detaļām vai tamlīdzīgi - noderēs jebkāda informācija!
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[Feb. 12th, 2016|12:03 pm]

teja
vai kāds varētu pakomentēt vārda "naudiņas" lietošanu?
piemērs: "pārdošu par lētākām naudiņām nekā iegādājos" "tas jums maksās piecas naudiņas"
man rodas kaut kāda agresija dzirdot naudiņas, bet es nevaru paskaidrot, kāpēc.
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[Feb. 12th, 2016|11:54 am]

simamura
kā man var būt savs sarunas ideāls, ja es tādu nekad neesmu piedzīvojis, vai ne
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ck [Feb. 12th, 2016|11:08 am]

ingmars
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[Feb. 12th, 2016|09:57 am]

dienasgramata
Šarlote Remplinga jaunajā filmā "45 grādi"
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[Feb. 12th, 2016|09:53 am]

dienasgramata
Viendien noklausījos tādu sarunu. Iet pa ielu divi dvīņi, tā ap gadiem 18. Viens saka otram:
- Kā tev vienmēr tā izdodas? Kāpēc man nekad nesanāk?
Otrs mazliet paklusē, tad domīgi saka:
- Jā un mamma reiz mani apsveica tavā vārdadienā...
- Ko?! Kad?
- Ā, tu nemaz nezini?
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sidekicks of sicksicksicks [Feb. 12th, 2016|09:42 am]

dooora
iegāju uz zekundi ziņās un uzzināju, ka Ansim tomēr būšot jāsēd (dūra lēx) un mumis asunt nauja vaļģeiba. zabiss, visus apsveicu.

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[Feb. 12th, 2016|02:13 am]

virginia_rabbit
GIRI ("burden of obligation", "a debt of gratitude", "to serve one's superiors with a self-sacrificing devotion")
"the stocisim, the self-control that
is required of a self-respecting Japanese is part of his giri to his name," and
that "a woman may not cry out in childbirth because of giri."

*** "Giri choco" is a specific term referring to the obligation of close colleagues or associates to provide Valentine's Day or White Day chocolates to each other even if they feel no romantic feelings.

GANBARU ( stand firm, extreme effort, to commit oneself fully to a task and to bring that task to an end)
The outcome of a pregnancy is deeply tied to a woman's conduct; women are considered responsible for minimizing miscarriage and premature birth. There are many theories as to why this may be. Primary to understanding this idea is the Japanese principle of ganbaru.

The use of ganbaru in the medical rhetoric of prenatal care also suggests that the proper ‘education’ of pregnant mothers is one of its implicit goals. In the course of such an endeavour, medical personnel are positioned as coaches to the women, who are supposed (ideally) to develop the spirit and character of a mother through a personal prenatal trial
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[Feb. 12th, 2016|02:39 am]

usne
Sasodītais bezmiegs, sasodītās atmiņas!
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