Some members here on AD just have to get in the last word.
Oh my goodness, not for me! I couldn't even do option 1. My husband finds me lame because I can't even handle mild haunted houses... jump scares, not my thing.That there is yet another new haunted house park just a few miles away. It is a camping experience. You set up your tent and choose from three options:
1. Sleep all night experience.
2. Get a little scared throughout the night experience.
3. Get the Michael Myers experience.
LOL. I pick #3!
Smile. I probably won't do this. I would rather just go to haunted houses and ride the haunted hayrides. The scarier, the better. I go every year! Last year I went with a broken leg LOL. That's how much I love 'em.Oh my goodness, not for me! I couldn't even do option 1. My husband finds me lame because I can't even handle mild haunted houses... jump scares, not my thing.
If you do this you should definitely detail the experience for all of us chickens that can't handle it XD
So sad...Tom Petty (musician) passed away yesterday.
Wow. That's impressive. He must have gotten it from you. Does he do it for fun or his job?I learned that my elder grandson is studying Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Russian for his own enjoyment (he already knows German and English).
Right now, just for fun.Wow. That's impressive. He must have gotten it from you. Does he do it for fun or his job?
So far, I don't think he has live people to practice with. He's not a very social person; very introverted. I think he prefers to read and write the languages rather than chat with people. (Not very chatty even in English.) I just found out yesterday afternoon, so I haven't yet had a long discussion with him about it.My husband told me it took him a year to speak Korean. He said studying everyday and socialized with Koreans helped him become a fluent.