Speaking of non-traditionally attractive Asian women, when I was looking for Wymark's Facebook to invite everyone to the forum, I found Sleepyflower's Facebook. It seems that he's moved to Taiwan on the pretense of teaching English but obviously to pick up Asian women.
He found one. Sleepflower is a non-traditionally attractive guy. And so is his new Chinese wife.
I mean, so often you see hot Asian women with not so attractive white men. And I think, "What are these guys doing that I'm not doing?"
But when I saw Sleepyflower and his wife, I said, "Good for him." It made me feel a lot better about my own dealings with Asian women. They've mostly been not-so-attractive. And that's me being kind. But you see Sleepyflower with a woman of a similar attractiveness level as himself. It's looks like a normal, reasonable pairing.
And I'm sure that it will be a successful marriage. If it was a hot Asian woman, you might think that she's trying to come to the UK or whatnot. You wouldn't think that she's after his money in this particular case because these English "teachers" in Asia don't have any.
But since she's just an average looking woman, I suspect that she's in it for love. They both are. So good for them.
So this eclipse got me thinking. They always warn you not to look at it. But has anyone ever gone blind from this? There's no doubt that loads of people are looking directly at the eclipse. If they were going blind, you could be sure that there would be news stories about it. But I've never heard of one.
Just looked it up. You can't really go blind but you can damage your eyes same as if you stare at the sun normally for too long. Why don't they just say that on the news? You could glance at it no problem.
When I was I high school there was an eclipse and the principal warned everybody not to look at it if you go out for lunch. So I was pretty scared on my walk from school to home and stared at the ground at all times. Totally uneccessary.
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