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Nicholalala Webtoon Episode: 2am


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Nicholalala Webtoon Episode: Mosquito Whine

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Mosquitoes don’t like my blood, but that doesn’t stop them from harassing me. They fly close and then fly away again constantly. It’s like as soon as they get close they realise I’m disgusting and then forget and come back. Sometimes I wish they would just bite me and go away because I’m such a light sleeper and the sound of the mosquito whine puts dread in my heart when I’m trying to get some decent sleep.

That’s the least they do in the bigger scheme of things I guess haha. Disease carrying assholes.

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Nicholalala Webtoon Episode: Leaving



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Nicholalala Webtoon: Problem

Nicholalala Webtoon

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Nicholalala Webtoon Episode: Discussion

Nicholalala Episode


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Nicholalala Webtoon Episode: School


Korean schools seem to be a perfect scary setting for ghost stories. Even during the day Korean schools can be creepy!

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This Side

This Side

I’ve read that when someone returns to their home, where their parents still live, they tend to act more like their teenage self and revert back to that type of behaviour. That definitely plays a part in how Hugh can act at home. He will argue with this parents, be stubborn and annoying, and torment his sister. He directs some of that sisterly torment at me too, and it’s seriously like dealing with a 16 year old sometimes. That’s not to say he is always like this, because usually he is a mature, level-headed, compassionate man, but he has his teenage times.. luckily we aren’t living here long term and will be moving to Seoul.

Hugh had already seen my sulky and moody teenage times at home in Australia so he was fully aware of that before he married me. But because we moved to Korea after 2 years of marriage, this was more of a surprise for me. In international relationships you always have that change in a partner when moving to another country. Many women married to Korean men find that after moving to Korea long term, that their carefree husband has turned into a stressed workaholic because of Korean work culture. There needs to be understanding on both sides. That’s why marriage is about deciding every day to love someone, even when they can be at their most annoying.

And I bet Hugh gets his revenge on me in a ‘My Australian Wife’ comic!

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