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    Nothing gay about it! I moved to Mongolia, became a crip and now I bench press yak,brah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Is anybody's gaydar going off here?
    Untrimmed eye brows = straight, in the Gaydar handbook, I'm told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Untrimmed eye brows = straight, in the Gaydar handbook, I'm told.
    ...your informant is grossly misinformed: while manscaping doesn't usually involve eyebrows, on occasion a butch effect enhances the success rate of conversion events...

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    Observation went fine and got some nice feedback and useful suggestions. Looking forward to post observation pizza already

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    First snow is here in UB tonight and I am enjoying being in a toasty warm apartment- have not seen snow in 8 years, so kinda looking forward to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    have not seen snow in 8 years, so kinda looking forward to it!
    Till you walk outside. Snow is not a big deal ice is. You can see snow... Keep up the good reports Mandy..

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    What are your medical cover/facilities like, any private hospitals or just government ones?

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    It was because of your thread, I watched this short documentary.

    I was surprised to say the least.

    Winter is coming ... be prepared.


    In Mongolia’s capital, people are literally dying to breathe.

    The World's Dirtiest Air


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    Word to wise

    Camel etiquette, while a pretty youngster is ok for one hump, going steady one who speaks English and spits porridge, it's a fairly trad society so stick to females let the attractive males Go BI

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    the success rate of conversion events...
    Ever hopeful .

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    What are your medical cover/facilities like, any private hospitals or just government ones?
    I have comprehensive medical insurance, that includes a dental plan, which also includes a yearly medical. There are government hospitals, but I live down the road from an international hospital.

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    Can you buy a really good particulate mask there, especially for when you go outside ?

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    That isn't a cold fog by the way,it's smog.

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    and what looks like a heavy layer of frost rather than snow??

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    I think the heavy snow is foretasted for the afternoon,AO. Then bizarrely it is going to get warm over the weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Is anybody's gaydar going off here?


    Just asking.
    Well,...one needs to be equipped with gaydar first, yay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
    one needs to be equipped with gaydar first
    ...and second, know how to interpret returning signals to avoid embarrassment...

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    Got called a mother fucker by a 7 year old today. Always a first! I asked the little chap to open his book, some response!

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    @David48 - thanks for that video link. I watched it - very enlightening. Gives me (or us, the ppl who watch it) an idea of how bad the air pollution situation is in UB, and what Mandy is experiencing now. I won't take the clean air that I breathe for granted.

    @Mandy - good luck re: your job & the city you're in. I'm afraid the AQI will get worse as it gets colder - more coal burning stoves. Protect your eyes too with those laboratory glasses. Re: the eyebrows & gaydar - hmm...no comment.

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    I guess we are skipping Autumn this year

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    [QUOTE=david44;3827653]going steady one who speaks English and spits porridge QUOTE]

    An enjoyable experience for some others here on TD, I hear.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    Then bizarrely it is going to get warm over the weekend
    Possibly the Mongolian use of the English word, "warm", means something different than The Oxford Dictionary definition.

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    Got called a mother fucker by a 7 year old today
    Is there a school published list of unacceptable English phrases one can point to, along with the school accepted disciplinary action?

    ^Similar to the Canadian western prairie provinces. Spring is a two week mud slide, Autumn is a two week cutting logs for the winter. Nothing else to do, it's nature at it's best. Still it kills all the mosquitoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post

    That isn't a cold fog by the way,it's smog.
    Level of adventure envy: Severely diminishing.


    Did you say it's 2 years you'll be there?

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    The lack of discipline and consequences is the schools biggest issue, and it can make the job pretty thankless some days. Interestingly, I am now also teaching a kindergarten class and when it comes to behavior I found it to be night and day- an actual pleasure to teach such polite, energetic and inquisitive kids. Did note that they seem to be an a stricter regime than primary and have more free play time- makes such a difference. As far as I can tell, there is no timetabled slot for recess in grades above kindy, so it is little wonder that they are poorly behaved when they have no time to burn of energy and learn social skills through play.

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    Back to the winter issues- a zuud is a possible- last year it was mid October until there was snow. This is a zuud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    it is little wonder that they are poorly behaved when they have no time to burn of energy and learn social skills through play.
    ...sometimes a stick can help focus their attention...and their tongues...(or so a nun told me)...

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