「是呀，火腿入面個三文治(ham inside the sandwich)呀。」
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Have you read “Effective Parenting in a Defective World" before?
Oh poor little C, my mum didn’t let me eat ham too, no matter how I plead…. I knew ham is delicious…..
and my mum always bought turkey breast…… which is so disgusting.
pd: No ah. i just looked it up on amazon- looked quite promising 噃. will check it out!
thanks, and- hey how come you would about it!?? 😉
justin: oh, for that matter, you should’ve told伯母that packaged turkey is also processed噃 ;)
btw, i’ve eaten TONS of turkey sandwiches while in college
It doesn’t seem to me that you would need to get and read that book for you’ve seemed to be parenting effectively so far while I am probably more like the defective kid. Here is a quote which popped up to my mind when reading your entry:
“A drama about a guy in a really rough marriage who’s drawn to a woman in a rough marriage of her own can turn into a discussion of how Hollywood can play on our sympathies and turn our heart to root for people in an unrighteous relationship. Beyond establishing the lines between what’s right and wrong, this kind of teachable moments can train your kids in how those lines get blurred and how a whole culture can fall for such lies. Your children learn to recognize the dynamics of deception and know when they’re getting sucked into a false belief system."
We’ve grown up in an era with things that had been around since birth or grown with us (ex: the use of plastics, tissues, disposable things, etc.) and would not have second thoughts about, plus the influences of media, advertising & marketing, which created the illusion of “commonness => OK => acceptable => safe".
wow 好sweet wor，咁你點答佢？
Thanks for the info!
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