Confession Time

Zara

Legend
dessert section in a salad bar, obeast's trap manohman...........shocked once saw a family of 5 squeezing themselves through the door n straight to the dessert even w/o looking at anything else. jellies of all colors, drinks of all flavors, cakes of all fancy layers.........u name it. how stupid could the parents be let their 3 kids do dat:?))))..........omfg:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:...............
Do you ever wonder why children are so addicted to sweets?
 

Zara

Legend
I’m very conflicted here. First you say listen to music. Then you say appreciate the silence. Which music do you suggest
Well, it's not like you've got only 2 hours on the weekend and you don't know whether to listen to music or appreciate the silence in those hours. You will divide things accordingly and specific to your needs.

Come, take my hand. I will show you how to spend weekends in slow motion. As if the time stood still.

 

tennishabit

Hall of Fame
Do you ever wonder why children are so addicted to sweets?
most ppl could be addicted to sugar n it should be classified as addictive drug by now. also it should be sold in chemistry shops, not in food stores or supermarkets. simply speaking, it's not food..........more than enough sugar inside bread/rice/fruits/etcetc already.

i used to use bit sugar for cooking ~20 yrs ago but stopped after found out a lot of sauces contain a lot of sugar already:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D........................
 

Zara

Legend
most ppl could be addicted to sugar n it should be classified as addictive drug by now. also it should be sold in chemistry shops, not in food stores or supermarkets. simply speaking, it's not food..........more than enough sugar inside bread/rice/fruits/etcetc already.

i used to use bit sugar for cooking ~20 yrs ago but stopped after found out a lot of sauces contain a lot of sugar already:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D........................
You bring forward a great point. I do think they should now be classified as addictive drug. I am unable to reisst it; however, I have found other ways to fulfill my cravings for sweets.

A bit of sugar makes the dish really good and balances other elements in the food so I still don't mind using a little bit especially if I feel the dish requires it or will make a difference.

Almost everything has sugar I take it apart from meat and dairy products ... I think.
 

Zara

Legend
That's not addiction. Addiction is when they paste your picture in liquor stores and other places where maple syrup is served and then ur family tricks u into a pearing in A&E's Intervenshun.
I do fancy the idea especially the Intervenshun by family.

Personally, I'd like Trudeau to prepare a special kind of maple syrup (must be organic) with my lovely photo right in the center of the sexy bottle and call it Zara Maple Syrup from Canada - One of World's Finest.
 

TheIntrovert

Hall of Fame
Well, it's not like you've got only 2 hours on the weekend and you don't know whether to listen to music or appreciate the silence in those hours. You will divide things accordingly and specific to your needs.

Come, take my hand. I will show you how to spend weekends in slow motion. As if the time stood still.

I’m not sure how I can hold your hand when we’re so far away. Are you Mrs.Incredible?
 

Zara

Legend
If I am sweet then I am one dimensional. If I am cute then I am one dimensional. If I am cute and sweet then I am two dimensional.

But I want to be multidimensional and so, I am.
 

Zara

Legend
Yes with pancakes but you can have it with crepes too or anything similar. Do you want me to send you a bottle?
I always offer a bottle (good Canadian that I am) whether I can send or not so don't freak out! lmho
 

Zara

Legend
My sister’s birthday party has just ended. House is a big mess. Don’t have any energy left to clean it so having a cup of chamomile tea instead.
 

Zara

Legend
I have to finish my corporate goals by the end of this month and I haven’t got a clue.

I must confess I deeply dislike this work related goal stuff but there’s no way out of it either.

I wish I could freeze time.
 

tennishabit

Hall of Fame
If I am sweet then I am one dimensional. If I am cute then I am one dimensional. If I am cute and sweet then I am two dimensional.

But I want to be multidimensional and so, I am.
every1's born multi-d except the 1s came out printer, 2d:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D.........................
 

Zara

Legend
Was at the Jays game a few weeks ago and tried to capture a panoramic view of the Rogers Centre.



Do you see what I see? A few people are trying to do the edge walk on CN tower. This is a phone photo so could only get so close.



CN Tower at night. I was right underneath it and it looked beautiful when I looked up



Toronto looked beautiful that night.

 

Zara

Legend
I enjoy the intro of this song (just the instrument part) and the bass that starts at 1:11. Find it a bit haunting.

 

Zara

Legend
When I go to GDPP, all I see is Laver Cup or whatever the crap is threads. I made 1 comment and received 5/6 reactions out of it.

Thou shall not make further comments about the Lavereth Cupeth.
 
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Zara

Legend
I must confess that I am a serious procrastinator when it comes to setting goals at work. I have to come up with 2 business and 2 personal related goals for next year and I have less than 24 hours remaining to submit these to my PM, who will then review and will most probably reject half of those goals. I have September 30 to finalize my goals but the initial meeting is tomorrow.

I used to be like this in school/college/university as well. I just didn't like the traditional education and everything else would attract me far more and then I'd race myself just before the exams and would pull all-nighters. And now, I find myself doing the same at work too.

I also feel I am unleashing only 25% of my actual potential at work and this is because I find myself too reluctant. I am just not too keen on getting too involved as otherwise it will stand in the way of my hobbies that are more important to me. So I am basically avoiding an extra responsibilities where I can. My goals will reflect that although I always end up doing more than my set goals.

Why do we live this way?
 
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Sir Weed

Semi-Pro
I must confess that I am a serious procrastinator when it comes to setting goals at work. I have to come up with 2 business and 2 personal related goals for next year and I have less than 24 hours remaining to submit these to my PM, who will then review and will most probably reject half of those goals. I have September 30 to finalize my goals but the initial meeting is tomorrow.

I used to be like this in school/college/university as well. I just didn't like the traditional education and everything else would attract me far more and then I'd race myself just before the exams and would pull all-nighters. And now, I find myself doing the same at work too.

I also feel I am unleashing only 25% of my actual potential at work and this is because I find myself too reluctant. I am just not too keen on getting to involved as otherwise it will stand in the way of my hobbies that are more important to me. So I am basically avoiding an extra responsibilities where I can. My goals will reflect that although I always end up doing more than my set goals.

Why do we live this way?
Same here.

 

Zara

Legend
How the fack do I measure subjective skills? FFS

I am already having a meltdown here. Where's the bottle of wine?

Red, red wine...why are you so good to me? And where are you when I need you?

 

Zara

Legend
In the chilling psychological thriller, we get to know about the entity called 'Azazel' - a fallen angel that can only exist or move through a human being as it's cursed to roam the Earth without a form. I've gone back to this movie time and again because it's so cleverly done.
 
You never really know what’s going on behind the scenes and who’s really what.
I have something to confess. I have been diagnosed with OCD my entire life and have taken several different meds for it since I was 12. I plan to stop taking my meds next week for the first extended amount of time. Anybody else tried going off a medication after taking it for a really long time?
 

Zara

Legend
I have something to confess. I have been diagnosed with OCD my entire life and have taken several different meds for it since I was 12. I plan to stop taking my meds next week for the first extended amount of time. Anybody else tried going off a medication after taking it for a really long time?
Sorry to hear, my dear. Why do you want to stop now? What’s prompting it?

I don’t have it so no.
 
Sorry to hear, my dear. Why do you want to stop now? What’s prompting it?

I don’t have it so no.
I don't know, I just think that I might not need it anymore, and the research I have done says the current meds might be why I can't sleep. But switching is pretty intense anyways, and the the last time I did that was like 5 years ago. So I just think I might be fine without it.
 

Zara

Legend
I don't know, I just think that I might not need it anymore, and the research I have done says the current meds might be why I can't sleep. But switching is pretty intense anyways, and the the last time I did that was like 5 years ago. So I just think I might be fine without it.
Trust your instincts then. But perhaps go off slowly?

As to sleep, you shouldn’t do any activities that compromises it and also, go off caffeine and don’t take naps.

It’s good though if you feel you don’t need it anymore.
 
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