When I’m sick I don’t want to be near food or see people eating it, but Hugh will still sit with everyone at dinner time and watch us eat! He watches what I eat carefully and urges me to eat certain things and chastises me when I’m not eating enough. I’m assuming this is also related to how popular ‘mokbangs’ are in Korea. A mokbang is a live stream of someone eating often copious amounts of food. Lots of people tune it to watch these. There is also such a focus on “eating well” in Korea. If you eat a lot at dinner you are complimented. My mother in law is always happier when I’ve eaten a lot at dinner and I get the type of praise you’d only give a child in Australia. “Well done! You ate well!”
Hugh gets really frustrated when he has no appetite because he is sick and thinks I’m not enjoying the food as much as I should be. Luckily he isn’t sick now, this was the other week.
He’s also been wearing a cute yellow scarf when he’s been sick to keep his throat warm.
um…. thanks??? Who would be poisoning me? Oh yeah, it’s just an excuse to eat some of mine.
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There are some very strange noises here at night! Right now as I’m writing this the wind is howling through the valley and causing things to bang and other various noises. Not sure how much sleep we’ll get tonight!
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We cut this video down a lot, and we also talked more about BAE and how the meaning has also changed to also just things that we like as well. Like some people say “OMG that cupcake is so bae!”. We also mentioned how the “before anyone else” meaning is probably an origin myth and made up after it was first used. Probably it just came from “baby”. We have previously talked in a video about what BAE actually means in Korean.
A lot of these words my friends (who are my age) didn’t know at all. The copious amounts of time I spent on the internet are the only reason why I know these.
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Even as adults… boys are still gross. How my husband can ruin my peaceful times in nature..
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