Are you watering now? =D me too ! I made this special sausage cuisine for dinner tonight. I put green onion, sundae(Korean sausage), zucchini, chengyang pepper, cabbage and special red pepper paste. Stir-fry them for 5 mins. Then put a spoon of sesami seed over it. Looks good?
Do you eat similar food in your country?
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┗╯\╲ Do you think you're sitting still right now?
You're on a planet that is orbiting a star at 30km/s.
That star is orbiting the centre of a galaxy at 250km/s.
That galaxy is moving through the universe at a rate of 600km/s.
Since you started reading this, you have travelled about 3,000km.
It is fantastic to be back in beautiful Savusavu :-)
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