liuwen62: This girl just got a text msg from her secret lover to meet at the door who's love she probably could never get......But she always ignores the true love watching behind her......Let's call it a life
zepp: Soon Google and Microsoft will have devices which take in a foreign language and translate what's been said into the person's native language. These services and even the need to hire an interpreter or learn a new language will be things of the past. We'll have these devices in our pockets or on our wrist (if not simply our mobile phones) and soon we'll all be interacting with each other with no go between. Just a nicely written piece of software and a data connection will be all that's needed.
amidanruo: Hi, liubov68,
This is Ami, the nightlife editor. We could not contact you via email because the address associated with your CW user account is no longer valid. Afterwards, we tried to send you a message via City Weekend telling you that you won (on July 2) and received no reply. Please update the email address associated with your account in order to avoid future disappointments like this. Thank you for your understanding.
liubov68: My BF and I met in China 5 years ago, we were studying in the same university. But after that we had to go to our home countries to finish studying. He went to Belgium and I went to Russia. So we were apart for 1 year and a half. I guess this is the longest I've been waiting for someone or something. To past the time we were skyping a lot, like 2-4 hours everyday, and I mean EVERYDAY. But now we are together living in China.
zepp: Do they also sell water filters? What's the point of buying something like this if one's skin soaks up all the chemicals from the water in the shower, despite using a friendly soap like one of these?
zhangjinglei2004: My family and I have ever had to wait the longest was to wait for the landing paper to Canada, we waited for almost six years. You never know what time it will come and what kind of changes it will bring to your life, which was quite helpless!. My wife and I passed the time by waiting (of course), keeping working, calling the embassy (without any use) and planning (for nothing). After almost 2,000 days, we got the yellow envelope, it was it! We had no feeling then, which was quite hopeless!
beijingner09: I waited for a friend that I hadn't seen in almost 2 years. She made me wait for 5 hours, we were originally supposed to have lunch, but her errands were tying her down. I sat at a restaurant/coffee shop drinking coffee and soft-drinks in a hot summer day!
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