Why is French grammar so hard? Why is it so hard to keep grounds out of my coffee? Why do people think the traditional Catholicism category is a catch-all for everything else? Why Do Fools Fall In Love? Why does Eevee evolve into Umbreon only at night? Why is it so hard to keep my glasses clean?
You sure have a lot on your mind!
Why can’t I lose the weight I gained after age 30? Why doesn’t coffee help me stay awake? Why ask why?
Because. Because. Because. Because. Because. Because.
I had that question for a long time, and then I lost weight.
You are drinking decaf
I know why
Sometimes I wish to have complaining book like one in restaurant…
Why days are so short?
Because you (presumably) live on Earth
But what if I am not?
Maybe it was some conspiracy by someone to shorten 48h day
Some planets have shorter days, Jupiter’s is less than ten hours. The 48th day sounds like a good name for a band.
Just joking but I cannot wait to see how it will be when we die and all this time dimension is gone. Everything will be now.
But I think some planets have it longer… It is Venus. One day on Venus is 243 days on Earth. Whaaat. I didn’t want it that long
I mean, if you want to get strictly technical, an Earth is technically less than 24 hours. It’s about 23 hours and 56 minutes.
I am gonna cry.
Time is precious.
I want those four minutes
I am complaining that it took Adam so long to start one of these threads again.
I am complaining because I kind of agree.
French grammar isn’t as hard as German or Japanese. In fact, German grammar is actually harder than Japanese
I’ll take your word for it, German is my second language, but I barely use it.
Hallo, wie geht’s? Das Wetter hier ist sehr heißt…
Here’s the thing, last time we tried a foreign language discussion here, the mods told us the posts had to be in English. And goodness knows, I don’t want to get on their bad side.
Ah I’m sorry mods I didn’t know
It’s okay. I tried to join a Forum with people to talk to in French, and they had to approve you. Well, umm, it’s been a few years now.