Besides being the name of best video game franchise ever, the persona, for Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, was the social face the individual presented to the world—”a kind of mask, designed on the one hand to make a definite impression upon others, and on the other to conceal the true nature of the individual.” This will be a very a very personal post, in the one I will attempt in the form of a list, to deconstruct my…"Persona"
Oh, sorry i forgot t tell you, we don’t use fighting anymore Why not? I don’t know, people just stop using some words and phrases over time so that new ones can take their place. Can I still use ftw. I don’t think so, they wouldn’t know what you mean. Kind of like quoting Monty Phyton? Yeah, something like that, wait, how long have you been off the internet? I don’t know, a few years,…"List of countries"
What do you do for a living? I’m a french maid. Really? I don’t believe you, you look like middle eastern or something. Can be a french maid still. I don’t think so, do you even French? No, but I maid. Do you even gee? Gee gee gee gee? I knew someone like that. A girl I hope. Yes, a girl, she was lovely and I often wondered, how many people get to feel something…"whatever 18"
Why don’t you like Japan anymore? Because people I’ve met there have no empathy and are oblivious to everything around them, makes me think it’s exactly the opposite I’m looking for. Is that the reason you don’t watch anime anymore? Oh, about that, I also don’t watch movies or anything else anymore either. Don’t feel the need to be entertained anymore and value my real life too much to waste it sitting in front a computer…"About putting yourself out there"
Probably no other moment had a greater impact on my life as those 10 seconds when I was walking around the pedestrian street in Rosario, Argentina and saw a familiar face walking towards me. It was Ariel Gutierrez, he was listening to some song with his headphones but he wasn’t just singing along, he was shouting the song, so loud everyone was staring and creating an opening for him to walk through as they…"About Ariel"
What is pimsleur? Is the reason why I can speak many languages. But what is it? An audio language learning program. Is it free? Of course. How to get it? First download torrent, go to the pirate bay and type pimsleur + the language you want to learn on the search bar, so if you want to learn Turkish, you want to type: pimsleur turkish, order the results by the number of seeders and open the ones who…"About the pimsleur language program"
Girl: I think we need to talk. Bruno: Sure what’s up? Girl: Well, you know, we’ve been dating for a few years already… Bruno: And? Girl: And it’s time to take things a step further. Bruno: What do you mean? Girl: Well, you know. Bruno: But, I told you already, I don’t enjoy that as much as you do. Girl: No, not that, I think we should get married. Bruno: Really? Girl: Yes, I think…"Whatever 16"
“Hacemos una y una?” es una de mis frases preferidas en argentina. Por que? Por que refleja la camaraderia y el espiritu de una cultura Argentina, en la que todos son amigos de todos, y la informalidad del dia a dia se aplica a cada una de tus relaciones. Nada de forma de hablar de hombres o mujeres, nada de posiciones socioeconomicas o jerarquias. En argentina hay un solo lenguage: el informal, el de los…"Hacemos una y una?"
Remember that episode of Friends when Rachel, Phoebe and Joey, tried to explain to Ross, Monica and Chandler that they didn’t have as much money as them, and they get dragged to this fancy restaurant and they can only order a salad and a glass of water. Because they always have to go “somewhere nice”. That’s how I feel! Not everywhere, of course, this usually happens to me in Singapore, Japan, Australia and Korea, because there…"I’ll take the green salad"
Remember that episode of Friends when Rachel, Phoebe and Joey, tried to explain to Ross, Monica and Chandler that they didn’t have as much money as them, and they get dragged to this fancy restaurant and they can only order a salad and a glass of water. Because they always have to go “somewhere nice”. That’s how I feel! Not everywhere, of course, this usually happens to me in Singapore, Japan, Australia and Korea, because there…"I'll take the green salad"