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Alright!!! good to be back even though I didnt go anywhere!I am still all energetic from my cup of coffee a couple hours ago.How do you all like your coffee if you like coffee that is.
Wow, my GOD I've been gone for a long time now. My computer died back in October, and I finally got a new one last week. That aside, I figured I'd just let you folks know I'm still alive. That's all I have for now.
I'm a quarter Asian, so I guess that counts
I'm 3/4 British and 1/4 Tawainese...but I do have gray eye-color and light blondish hair, so most folks never knew I'm partly Asian, lol
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你好, (こんにちは and hello! I was browsing the clubs and this was really the first one I actually fit in, as an asian-american. I might hover around here while I look around the clubs some more.
I was born ready. My eyelashes, alas, were not.
At 9/29/16 11:25 AM, LuckyLightTitan wrote: I'm an Arabic Syrian but i'm technically an Asian since i was born in Asia, do i still count as an asian or are you guys talking about a different kind of asian?
There is no different kind of Asian. You're welcome here.
Russian are Asian too.
I heard that different region in middle east has different shawarma taste, and not everyone used lamb. Is this a stereotype?
1/2 Filipino, 1/4 Vietnamese and Chinese. I speak fluently in Tagalog, Vietnamese, Canto, Teochew and Mandarin.
At 9/29/16 08:04 PM, LuckyLightTitan wrote:At 9/29/16 07:53 PM, RebelLouiz wrote: There is no different kind of Asian. You're welcome here.Oh nice :)I heard that different region in middle east has different shawarma taste, and not everyone used lamb. Is this a stereotype?It's true, some people tend to cook it differently in certain regions.
I once went to Tartos and i could swear it tastes different than lattakian shawarma.
i've been having Lebanese shawarma for far too long, i think i can't be separated from them. I should try out Syrian shawarma. I like hummus dips especially Syrian one. The only official Syrian food I have tried, and love, is fatteh. Amazing cuisine.
At 9/29/16 08:19 PM, LuckyLightTitan wrote:At 9/29/16 08:11 PM, RebelLouiz wrote: i've been having Lebanese shawarma for far too long, i think i can't be separated from them. I should try out Syrian shawarma. I like hummus dips especially Syrian one. The only official Syrian food I have tried, and love, is fatteh. Amazing cuisine.I love fatteh tbh, also there are some foods i know of like "Shish tawook" or "kefta" not sure if those are completely Syrian only meals but they do sell a lot here, kefta is actually home-made though, it's basically potato, meat, onions and tomatoes with some cooking oil, also "Homos" and "Musabaha" with some green onion, olive oil and some pickles with a few toppings like cumin, mint and some crispy toasted rye bread pieces make a good breakfast with some tea.
I used to think kefta was Indian (kofta) and Persian food, but I guess they make this delicious dish in Middle East too. There is a restaurant sells Arabian style (long/finger strip) kefta near my workplace. The Indian one is round style with a lot of sauce. I swear I once saw they serve them with french fries too.
At 9/30/16 05:32 AM, Ishmaelist wrote:At 9/29/16 07:53 PM, RebelLouiz wrote: Russian are Asian too.Don't most Russians live in Europe?
Same reason why is Turkish not European, but Israeli included in Eurovision?
Russian land is 20% in Europe, 80% Asia. So they're Asian.