In dinner, I am having 'Dal Pitha' . It is a traditional dish from Bihar, India. Ever since my childhood, it has been a part of my life even though i never once got to live in Bihar except for 1-2 weeks.
Made from rice flour filled with spicy lentils, boiled in water and then can be fried in oil or clarified butter. Some like to eat boiled ones, some prefer fried ones but both ways, they taste so great.
My 15yo kid just came out to me tonight as trans male. In order to be more supportive, I would really like some feedback from other trans folks on how to assist or better understand this process, especially on how that works today vs 30 years ago.
Caveat- I had a parent who is trans, but this isn't the same kind of relationship. I would actually be assisting my minor child in this change, so that makes me a more active participant in the process.
Feel free to boost. #trans
Hi! I'm Pranjali.
I'm 24 and still trying to figure out this adulting business. From Mumbai, India and a little late to the party. I find social media stressful, so I don't do Twitter (et al). That said, this seems like a less noisy, more inclusive community, and I do love me some healthy public discourse. Trying to find meaning in the crazy. I'm here to listen, lurk, and occasionally spam you with pictures of my 🐾 babies.
I ate the last package of #Nissin yakisoba that my parent brought.
I put bacon, mushrooms and onions in it. It tasted so good. I do not know why supermarket sells only demaeicho. 😂
I finished a week!!!
End of a shift, I talked with one of my colleagues who seated next to me. She speaks Russian so I tried to say something in Russian. I could say only Hi. It has been a while since I learned Russian.😂
I was remembering my classmate who took Russian classes together for 2 years. I liked her but I do not know why I liked her now. I wondered how she is doing.
my sister-in-law wanted to make a toy for her 2 year old nephew who likes turning on and off light switches so I helped her learn to solder and we put together this box with 5 different switches and a bunch of different LEDs mounted on it.
the switches all interact in different ways, and some of the LEDs are RGB so you can play with it for several minutes before you figure out how everything works together.
I think the kid is going to love it.
the French have a holiday every other week and also respect weekends and 3 hour lunch breaks
I have yet to figure out how anyone gets anything done or at least how to explain to other parts of the world how I can personally not get anything done because I can't work on "omg get everything done right now" mode anymore
what are you all doing? relaxing? spending time with your families? not working yourselves to death? fucking rude, how dare you.
Today was not so bad at work. It was not so busy thanks to Sunday. I am definitely getting better processing the things but there are a lot of complaints with the company service. An agent seating next to me said "Customer suck my positive energy."😇
The work is stressful but part of me kinda enjoys the situation sometimes. It feels like a survival game. I am really friendly to other agents now.
Time to cook dinner. I need to prepare myself tomorrow work.
2 more days to go!!!
I am Luna, not my real name, but anyways. I am from India and under the recent circumstances of Twitter being over controlling and stuff, I decided to come over here. I am a student interested in almost everything related to learning. I value knowledge a lot and wants to learn more about the world and what it carries.
I hope to have a good time here!
#Netflix.🎦 Classical guitar.🎸 Harmonica mini-keyboard. Canada(September 2016-)
I boost pics of dogs.✔
Estoy aprendiendo Espanol.🌮
I speak Japanese🍣
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