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... buying us dinner at TGI Friday for breakfast that was just by the subway station. TGI Friday doesn't do breakfast...they have savage steaks!;) Oh you know how you have fishing pond as a fun game at amusement parks..you try to catch a rubber duck and if you get the correct one you can win candy or something..well I just seen the real version of it today..a little boy was fishing but the fish and bait were real!!! Ok time to say ...
... either it was well done or it was only the usual:) Got some kind of soup with it that had a really strange smell I couldn't figure out but in the end when Claudia said horse stable I knew that was the one!!!! I had to try it obviously and yep...horse stable taste in my mouth!!!! But the sushi was brilliant!!!:))) Yesterday evening we went out to check out the nightlife in Tokyo so we ended up in this club called womb in Shibuya ...
... and just take it along with you in the
company. You may increase reduce on smaller items tomato as well as rice
results in being quite juicy and delicious.
Lunch 2 hundred gram of baked (grilled) meat fillet on your own alternative by using a enormous salad (no sauce)
Snack an apple.
Dinner grilled fish that has a salad.
Late cravings uncooked pumpkin seeds.
Breakfast two boiled eggs and fifty grams (2 oz) feta cheese.
... a month.
An additional all-natural fat reduction eating habits could be to take
almonds everyday. Almonds can decreased levels of cholesterol and can
also assist with the cravings for specific junk food items. Retain
almonds in the home and after you truly feel a craving coming on, try to
eat a handful of them. This tends to curb your foodstuff cravings and
bonus your common health.
... speaks some English, very slowly and carefully, so when I explained the problem in Japanese and got stuck because I couldn't remember the word for "mucus" (I'd even looked it up earlier!), he took over.
"So when you cough, there is..." A long pause. "There is..." another pause as he tried to remember the word, "Sputum."
"Yes," I replied, and that sounded a bit better than my attempt at Japanese, which had been along ...