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2023.06.10 09:38 Educational-Let-1027 I ruined things with my precious INFJ
My crush and I have had this slow burn/will they won't they type connection for over a year. We used to work at a restaurant on our university campus. There were definitely a lot of mishaps and miscommunications along the way, but even so, it was obvious he liked me. But do to past rejections, I didn't want to make the first move. On my second to last day working there, a customer asked for my number. My crush was on his break when this happened, but his work BFF was nearby at a register charging out another customer. I only accepted this in a platonic way, because I need male friends. Not to mention, that guy turned out to be a total creep and possible kidnapper.
The next week, my crush started going out with his sister's friend's cousin. They dated for three months. They posted stories of them going to the pumpkin patch, the movies, different boba shops. It hurt seeing them together. They stopped talking over winter break. I don't know why, but they did. It seems like he still likes me, but I know he genuinely had feelings for her too. They made a playlist together. I'm just at a loss for what to do.
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2023.06.10 09:32 IcySatisfaction3918 Acoustic album 2000-2010 band of two; male and female, mostly romantic songs
As far as I remember it was kinda an acoustic album, mostly just guitar or piano. There was a song named “Fall”, and another one included the word “wine”. The album cover I remember was black and white and the 2 singers (man and woman) sitting in a dark dinerestaurant. I think they both had long hair. The voice of the female singer was absolutely amazing as far as I can remember. It was definitely created after 2000, probably around 2010. They both had an American accent and the songs were mostly sad/romantic. I also remember the word “violet”. I’ve searched with the keywords I mentioned and by looking at album covers but had no luck. I seriously hope it hasn’t been wiped off the internet. Thanks in advance
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2023.06.10 09:31 Round_Shallot_2785 My Travel to Enchanting Darjeeling: A Blissful Retreat in the Hills
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Nestled amidst the breath taking Eastern Himalayas, Darjeeling is a captivating hill station that has long held the hearts of travellers. Known for its panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, lush tea gardens, and colonial charm, Darjeeling offers a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Recently, I had the opportunity to explore this enchanting destination and immerse myself in its natural beauty, cultural heritage, and warm hospitality. Join me as I take you through my journey of discovery in Darjeeling. Where to Stay:
Choosing the right accommodation is crucial for an enjoyable trip, and Darjeeling offers a variety of options catering to different preferences and budgets. During my stay, I opted for a cosy homestay
nestled in the heart of the town. This not only provided a comfortable and authentic experience but also allowed me to interact with the locals and gain insights into their way of life. There are numerous hotels, resorts
, and guesthouses available, ranging from budget-friendly to luxurious, so you'll have no trouble finding the perfect place to stay. Sightseeing:
Darjeeling is a treasure trove of stunning attractions that will leave you mesmerized. My first stop was Tiger Hill
, renowned for its awe-inspiring sunrise views over the Kanchenjunga peak. The sight of the first rays of the sun painting the snow-capped mountains in shades of pink and gold was truly magical. Another must-visit place is the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, home to endangered species like the snow leopard and red panda. I was captivated by the beauty and serenity of the Japanese Peace Pagoda, which offers panoramic views of the town and surrounding landscapes. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an iconic attraction that takes you on a nostalgic journey through tea gardens, loops, and tunnels. The Batasia Loop, Ghoom Monastery, and Happy Valley Tea Estate are other notable spots that should not be missed.
The Glory of Mall Market:
No visit to Darjeeling is complete without exploring the vibrant and bustling Mall Market. This iconic marketplace is a paradise for shopaholics and food enthusiasts alike. As I strolled through its colourful lanes, I discovered a myriad of shops selling local handicrafts, Tibetan artefacts, tea leaves, and traditional garments. The market also offers a wide range of eateries serving delectable local and international cuisine
. Don't forget to savor a cup of authentic Darjeeling tea at one of the charming tea stalls while enjoying the panoramic view of the mountains. Pocket-Friendly Restaurants:
Darjeeling boasts a plethora of restaurants
that cater to various tastes and budgets. For those seeking pocket-friendly options without compromising on taste, here are a few recommendations: Kunga Restaurant:
Located near Mall Market, Kunga Restaurant is known for its delicious Tibetan and Chinese cuisine. The momos and thukpa are a must-try, and the prices are reasonable. Glenary's:
This iconic bakery and restaurant offers a wide range of baked goods, sandwiches, and continental dishes. The cozy ambiance and pocket-friendly menu make it a popular choice among locals and tourists. Sonam's Kitchen:
Tucked away in a quaint corner, Sonam's Kitchen is a hidden gem known for its hearty breakfast options, sandwiches, and homemade cakes. The budget-friendly prices and warm hospitality add to its charm. Shangri-La Restaurant:
Located on Laden-La Road, this restaurant offers a diverse menu featuring Indian, Chinese, and Tibetan dishes. The plateful sizes are substantial, and the prices are reasonable. Conclusion:
Darjeeling truly lives up to its reputation as an enchanting hill station, offering a perfect blend of natural beauty, rich culture, and warm hospitality. From breath taking sunrise views at Tiger Hill to the bustling lanes of Mall Market, every corner of this town exudes charm and beauty. Whether you're a wildlife lover, adventure buff, or culture seeker, Darjeeling has something to offer for everybody. My trip to this mesmerizing destination will forever hold a special place in my heart, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a soul-soothing retreat amidst the hills.
2023.06.10 09:30 MastodonOk8087 Any recommendations for vegetarian restaurants/cafes in Paris?
Need recommendations for veggie restaurants or cafes/bakeries/patisseries in Paris that do eggless desserts. Traveling with my infant daughter next month.
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2023.06.10 09:30 BruhEmperor Freedom National Convention of 1892 American Interflow Timeline
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After the Pro and Anti Barnumite divide of the Freedom Party, the Freedomites suffered a humbling loss in the 1888 election, losing a 12 year period of hegemony. With the past four years of Custer, the formerly divided party reconciled and mended the wounds left four years ago. However due to the growing unpopularity of Barnum’s legacy nationwide, and especially after Barnum himself died back in 1891, the former Barnumites would be mostly sidelined in this upcoming convention, such as now Ohio Governor William McKinley who was seen as a future presidential aspirant. Though wisely, party unity was put first instead grudges and the party started the Fort Wayne convention a largely unified force, ready to take down the new national order. William Pierce Frye
- Dubbed the ‘Pine Tree King
’ by both opponents and supporters, this fiery senator is well-known for being a student of the conservative ‘Old Guard’ of former Senator James Blaine and former President Hamilton Fish. 62-year old Maine Senator William Pierce Frye was a devoted Anti-Barnumite during Barnum’s administration, being a staunch opponent of martial law, even coming second place in the Anti-Barnumite convention. Frye is the model example of a traditional conservative, being supportive of protectionism, businesses, industry, and isolationism. Frye would be moderate in other things such as the 16th Amendment, being indifferent to it, and reconciliation, preferring the pro-reconciliation education plan instead of Custer’s forced re-education. Frye would also have the distinction of advocating to keep the American Congo colony and to not sell it the French, though his efforts failed. Frye would also call for aid to the Continental Alliance to ‘preserve the democracies’ of South America. Frye would be renowned for his witty yet strict personality in the Senate floor, often including both religious messages and witty jabs at his opponents in his speeches. Frye would make this remark while debating fellow Senator Ricard F. Pettigrew (RP-DA) regarding free silver, “Who am I to sin by lying before the Senate? You senator do not understand that all your economic proposals are inconceivable… I have not sinned yet.
” William Pierce Frye Henry Clay Evans
- The South, and particularly Tennessee, is a region usually dominated by the Commons, however the east of the state lies a strong Freedomite base that has persisted since the end of the Civil War. A representative would hail from there, being called the ‘Liberal bass in the sea of Commonwealth sharks
’. The representative in question would be 49-year old Henry Clay Evans, a pioneer of helping unite the Pro and Anti Barnumites as well as his efforts in aiding reconciliation in his home state. Evans would be one of the few prominent Freedomites from the South, often allying with other southern Freedomites such as Florida Representative Thomas Van Renssalaer Gibbs to curb other parties' influence. Evans would gain attention due to his staunch anti-militarist attacks on the 16th Amendment, where in a heated debate with the reactionary John Carlisle (C-KY), Evans would claim the military would use fear to get their way by saying, “If I were a mule and two men were calling me, one holding an olive branch and one holding a gun, who do you think I would let ride my back?
”. Evans is a strong advocate for internationalism, particularly favoring the British, and supporting business and industry growth. Other policies would include protectionism, continuation of Custer’s forced re-education policy of reconciliation, supporting the advancements of technology and healthcare, and calling for the direct election of senators. Henry Clay Evans Samuel M. Jones
- Normally when you think of a businessman turned politician, you usually would think they would side with the ‘corrupt trusts’ of our time. However in this case, you couldn’t be more wrong. An advocate of ‘trust-busting’, strong regulation, free trade, and electoral reform, a businessman who coined the ‘Golden Rule
’ in factories, stating to treat others as how you would like others to treat you. 46-year old Samuel M. Jones would be that businessman turned staunchly progressive Ohio representative. Jones would be appalled by the massive deregulation occurring by Custer’s government, seeing the rise of big business as harming the common people compared to its benefits. Though Custer would implement things such as an 8-hour work day and labor reforms, Jones would push for even more reforms to curb monopoly influence. Along with advocacy of internationalism and the continuation of free trade, Jones would follow the push of direct elections of Senators and even a referendum on whether or not to give women voting rights. Jones would also follow the anti-militarist movement, even advocating to weaken the armed forces even more, reducing its power and force as much as possible. This would of course bring both Jones both supporters and opponents, often resulting in tension when he is mentioned. Samuel M. Jones View Poll
2023.06.10 09:27 Neat-Apartment-8716 AITA for being annoyed/upset at birthday presents
I have been with my partner for 3 years. Me and one of her best friends have our birthdays in the same month. Mine is near the middle of the month and her friends is near the end. My gf mentioned to me that she will have to get me less than usual for my birthday as money is tight that month. I completely understood and when it came to my birthday she got me a couple of small presents and we went out to a restaurant near our apartment.
I had a good day and she apologised a few times for not being able to get me much. The when it came to her friends birthday I saw how much my gf had gotten her. It was pretty much double what I had got and my gf took her bowling in a city near us then for food and a couple of drinks. This did annoy me slightly since my gfs reasoning for doing less for my birthday this year was due to money and then she spends a lot more money on her friend.
The day after her friends birthday, my gf asked if I was okay. I told her it hurt a bit seeing how much she got for her friend and what she did with her friend for her birthday when she repeatedly told me I wouldn't be getting much because she couldn't afford it. My gf accused me of being ungrateful and said I know money is tight for her but I just pointed out that it didn't seem tight when it came to getting her friend things and doing things with her friend.
She just repeated that I was ungrateful and that it's her money. I don't see it as being ungrateful as I was happy with what I got and understood my gfs reasoning for not doing more but it just hurt seeing how much more she did for her friend. AITA for getting annoyed/upset over birthday presents?
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2023.06.10 09:25 hwyfuel Fuel Discount Cards: How to Save Money on Gasoline Purchases
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2023.06.10 09:23 OkArt1961 I'm looking for suggestions and constructive criticism
I'm thinking of starting a small entrepreneurship with my friend. I've always thought of having my own business and I've proved myself that I have the discipline, hunger and work ethic to hustle.
I live in Tijuana, and I love to get myself a coffee whenever I go on my daily morning walks. There's this place that sells sweet bread and that's the reason I go there even though there are better coffee shop options. Other coffee places only sell cookies and brownies and random things.
My friend studied gastronomy and makes a traditional Mexican bread called "concha" with his own twist to it. Conchas are usually not that moist insids but his had a sort of buttery consistency to it that made it unique (In my opinion).
Surprisingly, he gets many orders by friends of his and an idea popped into my head. There is a guy younger than me that bakes cookies and brownies and distributes them to the majority of the coffee shops in Tj and I thought to myself, "If he could do it, why couldn't I do it too?"
Like around 80% of coffee shops don't sell any sort of bread to go alongside my coffee. They only sell cookies and brownies.
My idea is to come up with a plan to sell his sweet bread in the many coffee shops that exist in Tijuana since I've seen that many actually support small entrepreneurs.
This is my plan:
Bake an initial 5 small "test" breads to see if anything goes wrong with them after packaging (Things like the bread going bad or dry). I don't want to sell something I don't fully know myself. I want to see how many days it can go in a small plastic wrap before it gets bad, or if it goes bad at a fast or slow rate.
My friend will be taking care of the whole baking process and I will be taking charge of the whole operation and distribution of the product.
We will be starting with "vanilla flavored" conchas and gradually add different flavors and even make protein-rich and healthier alternatives for those going to the gym
The name of my small bakery will be called "Lola & Carmelo" (That's the name of his dog and mine lol)
After the initial baking tests, bake a good amount and place them in a small transparent plastic packaging and go around asking the owners if they could give us a chance. I'm willing to even give out "test" pieces so that they see how it sells and convince them that my product is a guarantee.
As of now, it's just an idea that I'm convinced will work out. I just need to sit down with him and talk business. A few friends of the family are in the 'food distribution' business so I will be consulting things with them also but I would like if any of you guys have any experience with a bakery and the distribution part. If so, I would love to hear your feedback.
Eventually, if things go as planned, I would be buying a bigger and better industrial oven. Not focusing on the profits, but reinvesting the money on the operation so that we could work more efficiently and gain experience and knowledge with business.
Like I said earlier, if any of you guys have experience with a bakery or distributing "snaks" to medium businesses, I would love it if you guys could leave your experiences down on the comment section. Best of luck for all of you 👌
"How big would you dream if you knew you couldn't fail"
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2023.06.10 09:20 LeaveMy_A_D_D_alone Are you serious?
So I was the "lady" in this episode. facepalm I was at a typical Mexican restaurant with my friends. In my friend group I am the one who is always excited about other cultures, people, and food. I am the one who preaches cultural diversity and I will call someone out for their stereotyping behavior. I'm also a polyglot and speak several languages. Race and culture are relevant in this story so here is the breakdown. Our table consisted of myself (white), my Puerto Rican friend, a new Vietnamese acquaintance, a white friend, a black friend, and my Haitian boss. We were discussing the problem of people assuming that if someone looks a certain way they will speak the language related to that look. Our new Vietnamese friend was telling us a story about that assumption since her sister is from Vietnam but looks like like a Dominican because her father was Dominican. However she speaks Vietnamese only and people think she is faking it or mocking them.
Anyway, I had to excuse myself to run to the restroom. On my way back, I spotted our Mexican server in the hall. I smiled and asked him if we could please get some more salsa and another soda. He laughed.....I gave him the "Are you going to do it?" look...I think you know where this is going. He looked NOTHING like our server. I had made a snap judgement just because he appeared to look Mexican.
He stopped laughing and got a befuddled look on his face and said, "oh, are you serious? I don't work here!" Then he shook his head and walked away.
Of course the whole interaction took place within earshot of my suddenly quiet table of friends who then laughed their butts off at me. They never let me live this one down. It's been 16 years....
I died of embarrassment! I am in fact deceased and came back from the dead just to post this story as a cautionary tale.
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2023.06.10 09:15 aphroditestherapist My McDonalds interview Experience
Note: I am a 16 year old female and live in Australia. I posted this on the other subreddit then thought it might be useful here.
I will basically just note down the main points, feel free to ask questions in the comments.
- My interview lasted 5 minutes. The assistant restaurant manager asked me very simple questions (describe your self in 3 words, what school do you go to, what year are you in, whats your favourite and least favourite subject and why, why do you want to work at mcdonald’s, and whats your availability). I wore all black clothing.
- I got the acceptance email the same day (I done the interview at 4pm and I got accepted at 9pm)
- My orientation lasted around 2.5 hours and we just did online modules which took around 1.5 hours for me to complete. I also filled out documents about my personal information (address, number, TFN etc) I wore all black and so did the other people. I got paid for the orientation.
- My first training week was on fries, I got 2 training shifts then one actual shift. I got trained for dining & fries during this week.
- My second training week was on front counter, I got 2 training shifts for front counter then one actual shift at the end of the week.
- My third training week was on drive thru. I got 2 training shifts for drive thru and one actual shift at the end of the week. All training shifts were paid for.
- My drive thru trainer told me that after training we will only get shifts on fries for a few months, then we will only get shifts on front counter for a few months, then we will get drive thru shifts for a few months.
- A very common question they would ask you is “why do you want to work at mcdonald’s” so I recommend preparing an answer for that beforehand.
- You don’t need to worry too much about your interview, theres a lot of turnover in fast food restaurants so they usually hire 10-15 people a month. In my case, they hired 6 people in the same week.
- I recommend checking out Stephen Patula on youtube because he has a lot of videos of himself working at mcdonald’s so you can see what kind of tasks they do, how to make and prepare the food and kind of what it’s like to work in the fast food industry.
- I was worried about learning the register and the menu so I kind of familiarised myself with the different menus (breakfast, lunch, happy meals, dinner boxes, mccafe menu etc) and what foods go in each menu. This helped me when learning the register.
- Fries is the easiest station to learn. Front counter might seem stressful in the beginning because you’re learning a lot of tasks at once but the more you do it the easier it gets. Honestly front counter is really fun for me now. Drive thru is probably the easiest station for me now.
- Drive thru person does the cashier job using a headset. At my restaurant, they also prepare (not cook) the hotcakes and wipe the walls when its not busy. Drive thru person will also occasionally help out on front counter and bring might bring the orders to the cars in the waiting area.
- When I first started I thought I wasn’t gonna last there because it was a bit stressful multitasking but I promise it gets easier. If you’re new you’re allowed to make mistakes! my trainer said it took her 2-3 months to learn the register and she is now a trainer so if you’re struggling do not worry, you will get it eventually.
- My trainer said once you get used to everything and you’re good at every station you were trained in you can ask them to train you on McCafe if that’s something that interests you.
- The most important thing to remember for your interview is to be confident, sit up straight, use hand gestures and don’t touch your hair or face. If you’re nervous it’s okay, just try your best and don’t overthink the negative stuff.
- I got paid for every shift (including training & orientation)
- The floors are wet so you must have non slip shoes. In terms of what to wear to your interview/orientation, I just wore a black button up and black pants, for orientation I wore a black long sleeve and black pants.
- If you plan on working long term (6 months+) it’s probably a good idea to make good friends there. Personally the crew members make every shift worth it! to make friends you just have to make an effort of talking to the team. In my store everyone gets along so well and they mess around a bit even near the managers (joking around, singing, casually chatting etc) You just have to make an effort to make friends.
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2023.06.10 09:13 rickiyvo I am tired man
I am tired of Latinos hating on each other. IT HURTS. Me a Puerto Rican/Ecuadorian and my girlfriend who is Mexican/Tejano, all we get from different Latino individuals is HATE. I am tired of this. It HURTS. Is that what all of us in Latin America want? You want us all to hurt each other and hate each other. The truth is that HATE HURTS. It HURTS. It truly fucking hurts. Do individuals truly want to see someone else suffer the consequences of hate? I don’t care if someone from a certain nationality told you “omg I don’t like you and your people”. I don’t fucking care you know why? Because not everyone from every group of people are LIKE THAT. EACH individual is DIFFERENT. You are condemning innocent people to a lifetime of hatred just BECAUSE you encountered a FEW BAD APPLES. There is GOOD people and BAD people in every damn nationality you can think of. That’s just not fair man. I’m so fucking tired of this. Especially if your country and it’s people have experienced hate, you MUST know how that shit feels terrible so why the hell do you want to continue that cycle? That cycle you’re contributing to won’t make you any less hated. It won’t make anyone else feel good.
The cycle needs to stop. It needs an end because if you keep continuing it, everyone’s going to feel negatively towards each other and especially yourself, you’re not going to feel too good about yourself because of the hate that gets reciprocated. Think about it.
We are fucking Latinos at the end of the day with the same damn history, same damn ethnicity, same damn language, WE ARE the AMERICAS and we even share some culture with each other. If a damn fellow Latino says ignorant shit, they may not know any better, so EDUCATE THEM WITH LOVE and UNDERSTANDING.
Understanding is one of the most important things in the world. Without understanding, you just end up hating everyone.
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2023.06.10 09:08 intokurestaurants Intoku Japanese Restaurants in London: Where Fine Dining Meets Japanese Flair
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In London, there are many different types of food from around the world to try. One special place is Intoku Japanese Restaurants
. We are known for their amazing food and fancy dining experience that combines Japanese flavors with high-quality service. At Intoku, you can expect delicious and beautiful dishes that truly represent the essence of Japan, with a little extra something to make it even more exciting. https://preview.redd.it/xq3p7ee9455b1.jpg?width=800&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c5c9fdf392846238e9de51bc9616f3ab3d7b3bf6 Captivating Ambiance:
Entering an Intoku Japanese restaurant is like stepping into a serene, refined world. The restaurants' clean lines, natural materials, and soft lighting, although minimal yet elegant, evoke a sense of tranquility that enhances the upcoming dining experience. At Intoku, you may experience a setting that brings you to the heart of Japan, whether you prefer to sit at a chic sushi bar or in a private tatami room. Exquisite Culinary Craftsmanship:
Intoku's commitment to culinary artistry is at the core of its attractiveness. The staff of talented chefs brings an abundance of knowledge and experience to the kitchen. The chefs expertly craft dishes that display the genuine flavors of Japanese cuisine
while introducing contemporary twists that surprise and delight the tongue. We are relentless in their commitment to using the best ingredients. The menu at Intoku is a symphony of flavors, with a wide variety that appeals to both traditionalists and daring customers. Impeccable Service:
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2023.06.10 09:05 Andrenel412 Recommendations for 1 activity and 1 meal a day?
My wife and I are visiting Antwerp in the middle of June for a week. We’re going first and foremost to watch the Belgian Hockey team play (bucket list item!), but we would also like to explore and experience the beauty that Belgium and Antwerp have to offer.
We’re not keen on planning every minute of every day, but I was thinking it could be valuable to get some guidance from people who know Antwerp well.
If you have any good ideas, could you suggest 1 activity and 1 meal (restaurant) a day, for 7 days.
Things we like: Coffee shops and pastries Kayaking Chocolate Waffles Nature and wildlife Castles or cool historical buildings Amusement parks Bookstores Markets
Thank you in advance for all the suggestions! We are really excited!
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2023.06.10 09:00 Anonymous__Explorer How to increase my social skills coz I am still not a part of any of my friend's group
So hey guys, firstly I am 20 year old, though no more of a teenager, yet i feel that up until now, i have completely wasted my teenage years, my relations with my friends and I feel bad about it.
Now before beginning, i must tell you that I am trying to break free and do what i haven't done in all these years, like
> I have never been to any of my friends house in my life,
> never have been in their bday parties,
> No clubbing till now,
My school life went like this, and half of my uni life is also done now.
I had a group of 5 school friends, and in our last year of school, i invited them in a restaurant to meet and have a lunch with them. That's how i started changing ( also it was COVID year, so made more sense to be together after being away ).
Right now, i try to be in connection with my friends as much as i can, either by sending memes on insta or by replying to them to their stories.
Last month, i went with my University society group over to a place for an evening, we had dinner and random talks and shit.
Now i am not a person who doesn't talk at all, though i speak less but i try to be talkative enough to get the convo going, i try to be approachable.
Now yesterday, one of my friend (from that group of 5 friends ) had her birthday, and 3 of my friends, (again from that group of 5) met at her home in order to have a small celebration. I knew about this seeing the story of one of em. A little background now into this is, i once told this girl once that i liked her and after that she said no, and i never brought it up again. We had our lives going as it is. After being in different Uni the time we had convo also reduced significantly. I don't feel bad about rejection.
But i feel bad because my school friends no longer try to contact me whenever they meet somewhere, like in the morning of one of the festival when again they posted a story on insta about it. I know some plans get made inn very short while, but if i know about it too i can still manage to be there.
Now, for yesterday i can't really say much to the girl or my friends coz i am thinking she hesitated to contact me coz it was only them three at her place not even her University friends, so I'm thinking the plan was to be with very less friends. I don't mind if she doesn't consider me much of her friend after i told her i like her.
But i feel bad coz most of my friends, go outstation, go to birthday parties, meet on festival days (holi) and I'm never with them. It's not like i never tried, in the past i contacted them, i even once in the morning of another festival called them to meet, but almost all of them were busy with one of their groups.
In college as well, people have their own groups made up and I feel a bit difficult to be with them. A few weeks ago, i went with my New uni friends to a local eatery, just so that I can enter in their group, yet even now, whenever these guys meet or go out i don't receive any message inviting me or i never get to know when are they really going, so that I can atleast go to them and ask them if I can join them .
In short, I am not a part of any group of friends.
In short, though i try and want to be with my past friends and to be with my new ones also, I feel as if i failed to make a deep connection with my school friends even after knowing them for more than 10 years, and I'm again failing to be a very good with some connection with my new ones as well.
I can't say it's their problem, the problem is with me as well coz I'm not able to make connection with any of them till now. I see my mutual friends being in their groups and going out, having fun, doing random shit, which I'm not able to do
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2023.06.10 09:00 SpeedSuperb7108 As a male Jordanian born American visiting Amman, I feel like this country is mostly scams
1) Pretty much any time females express interest in you - become very vigilant. Do not ever let them choose the location, confirm the price with the waiters for each and every purchase.
2) If a girl starts asking for jewelry through whatsapp delivery, she's either an idiot or is working for them. They will deliver over priced garbage and oay her later.
3) Anything that involves fedex, even fedex itself in Jordan - is 99% a scam.
4) Beggers will come up to you begging to buy them food, milk for their baby, sob stories, etc. Be careful. Do not let them see how much cash you have and sometimes they work for those stores or restaurants themselves.
5) Do not give & take with UbeCareem/etc drivers. They will make you feel like you're best friends just because they want your American money. Very few of them are genuinely good people. If they give you a card thank them then toss it. It's most likely a scam or they're trying to sell you something.
6) If push comes to shove and you feel harassed or unsafe, immediately the police and the U.S embassy. They take it very, very seriously and usually just the threat of calling the police is enough to scare locals away.
7) 11pm starts the dirty stuff. Weird careem, Uber drivers. Prostitutes and scammers fill up the bars. Be extra vigilant and don't get too drunk.
8) If you have the money - find a driver that you trust and offer him a salary while you're there.
9) Just because you have family here doesn't mean they know shit about their own country. Most of my cousins and family were completely useless, and gave me nothing but wrong information. Don't depend on anyone's words, research.
10) Price will go up if your American. If you show that you understand the country and express competence and strength - they will more likely not try to over charge but always haggle.
11) Most filipina girls will love bomb you & try to manipulate you into falling in love, marrying them, and taking them out of Jordan. Stay away from these girls. Most of them are manipulative narcissists that are obsessed with their own face.
12) If you're coming here to get laid, you're in the wrong country unless you're willing to pay. The beautiful women can cost you thousands a night and you could still get scammed and used.
Don't believe anything anyone says here. Nobody us straight forward. They love to talk here out of their ass.
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2023.06.10 08:58 mullacorr Tourist bus drivers/tourist agency incentive payments/gratutites
How much do tourist bus drivers or their employers receive in gratutites, incentive payments for delivering a bus load of tourists to the favoured cellar doorestaurant/tourist attraction?
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2023.06.10 08:56 amerikayo Reserviex Exchange!
Hey everyone, this subreddit was created for Reserviex, the upcoming exchange!
“Reserviex - Buy and Sell Restaurant Reservations!”
The first release will be on our iOS app. We’re aiming for early to late July 2023 our private beta. Let me know if you are interested in testing and would like a sneak peak into the app.
You’ll be able to sell your restaurant reservations and make money on them.
Really cool concept that we decided to start building out, so stay tuned!
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