Re: •°o*When Most See an Empty Glass, a Warrior Sees Another Chance / The Castle vol.
Monfils doesn't really have an injury, he has a disease. He will most likely grow out of this in time. It's called Osgood-Schlatter disease.. Only about 10% of the time does it carry over into adulthood.
Just wanted to continue on a comment you made earlier. You said that you don't pay attention to some of the double speak "most women" use in day to day life.
From a female ( ) perspective, what do you think about the use of these terms?
Hi there again, Manu!
Well this is a rather difficult, if not an *embarrassing* subject for me.
Apparently I am what a lot of folks call a 'Tomboy' - a rather male-like female. I can well recognize a lot of the description - I HAVE a brain for maths & statistics; YES I can read maps pretty well, thankyouverymuch indeed; and NO I never understood the dynamics of 'Girl Friendships' all too well. Fussing about make-up, which Dolce&Gabbana-bag to buy, which Manolo Blanik-shoes??? Goodheavens, please use your brains for a Better Cause, eh.
No wonder 95% of my friends are GUYS. Well at least they understand my taste of music a lot better as well. Speaking about the majority, of course, please don't accuse me of being a fem-hater, because I am not. I just merely wonder why so many girls so easily manage to get themselves stuck in deplorable situations, in stead of enjoying the Party that is Life as they truly should allow themselves.
So in all, I can't really comment on those terms, as they sound like terms used by inhabitants of a different planet to me. Not joking here.
You know what I am? Perfectly expressed by Deep Purple on this particular vid: