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Korean gift-giving customs - House-warming party

Like people in other countries, Koreans also hold house-warming parties (집들이) after moving into the new home. What types of gifts do Koreans bring to their friends’ house-warming parties?   164 more words

Korean Culture

Korean gift-giving customs - Gifts for exam candidates

What types of gifts do Koreans give to their family members or friends who are going to take an exam?  According to their superstitions, the following gifts can bring good luck to exam candidates: 310 more words

Korean Culture

Woman Develops Toilet Paper Eating Disorder

Jade Sylvester of Lincolnshire, England has one roll of toilet paper in the bathroom for eating and one for wiping.

According to Jade, “While I was pregnant I went to the loo (English for ‘the shitter’) and looked at the toilet roll and thought ‘I have to eat that’”. 100 more words

The Bin Of Randomness

CHAFFENED CHOCOLATE DERRIÈRE!

CHAFFENED CHOCOLATE DERRIÈRE!
My dear ladies and occasional gentleman, much as it pains me to discuss such an intimate and distasteful matter, I feel compelled to in order to prevent you suffering the same distress I experienced last night. 53 more words

Day #71 Slithering Snakes!

by Sara le Roux,  Owner and Inspirer at The Creation Station Penistone and District

When I was younger I had a pet snake and a gecko (aswell as the more usual cats, hamsters, gerbils and fish!)  They are fantastic animals just to watch (and hold!) and when we recently went to a… 279 more words

Creative Fun

Toilet Roll Advent Calendar

I wanted to surprise my boyfriend this year with a homemade advent calendar. It takes a lot more planning and effort than I originally thought but it was worth it for the end result. 338 more words

Christmas

Creative Tuesdays: Week #3, Snowy Owls from Toilet Rolls

Christmas decorations were back on today’s agenda for Creative Tuesday.

They’re made from toilet rolls, white paint, white card cut into circles and glued with glitter, paper for the beak, glue on eye pieces and thumbtacks into drift wood for feet. 45 more words

Josephine Moon