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Luhman 16 Member
Covid brought about one good habit.
Covid brought about one good habit. When greeting, hugging people instead of kissing.
I can remember, as a child, how I hated having to kiss female family members, especially elderly aunts.
OK, I am excluding the teenage stage, when similar-aged female family members were quite cute! ð
Incidentally, I was brought up in a family where kissing males was, in the modern idiom, un-cool.
It is not how old one is that matters, it is how one is old that matters. One do not stop playing because one is old Ã¢â¬â one is old because one stopped playing.
Jip stem Kanneman
Haak daai wa kamp bly koning
The problem is now you often don't know how to greet, back then you always knew it was a kiss. I find greetings more awkward now than before.
One too many wasted sunsets, one too many for the road.
Ook nie die een vir soen groet nie.
Onthou ook daai ou tannies as kind waar hulle so swart snortjie op die bolip het, en die onder lip het n kraak of twee.
Kom hier my kind en gee my n soen oooooooof...
Al weer oppad iewers heen.
Op die ou einde het covid meer skade as goed gedoen.....ek soengroet liewer vandag as om met die nagevolge van covid te leef. Maar mans soengroet is baie uit vir my....nog nooit gedoen en sal ook nie
Kampeer is aansteeklik en verslawend Ã°Å¸ËÂ
My wife and I are still trying to adjust after the effect of Covid on our day-to-day lives. We used to hug and kiss each other every morning when waking up - now we just shake hands. Give us time, I'm sure we will come right.
Been there--done it. ( Talking about the bathroom )