>When I first left Korea I bowed to everyone. Now I only tilt my head sometimes, but I’ve mostly gotten out of the habit. I don’t yell “yo-gio!” when I want service to my table. I can pour a drink with only one hand on the bottle. I can receive things one-handed. But you know what I nearly did today of all things? I nearly tossed my tissue in the bin instead of the toilet. What the?!? Goes to show I’m pretty worn out these days… I’m not thinking straight!
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- “They really should make a second one.” - My husband, inexplicably, whilst watching “Strange Brew” 3 months ago
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- Just had a 5th grader describe a boy in her class as a “homework parasite” because he copies off her. I love her. 4 months ago
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