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有的沒的 ū ê bô ê Something and nothing/nonsense/trivialities

The phrase “melter” in Belfast slang refers to someone who prattles on endlessly without seemingly ever saying anything that means anything, hence the phrase, “I’m going to go over there now, you’re melting my head!” Taiwanese has a similar sentiment manifested in the phrase “有的沒的”, meaning “Something and nothing/nonsense/trivialities” which can be used in both Mandarin (you3de5mei2de5) and Taiwanese (ū ê bô ê – … 115 more words

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Din Tai Fung, UVillage, Seattle

We finally got an xlb craving and decided to try the DTF in UVillage. The weather is getting colder which means I’ll probably patronize this place a little bit more. 262 more words

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