Green tea

Whilst people back home were dealing with a terrifying earthquake (everyone I know seems to be okay thankfully), I was taking my first baby steps towards becoming a grown up. I bought a green tea 😀 As a child, I was always told that hot drinks are for adults, and so I never had any. Today, for some unknown reason, I breached that “it’s for adults” thing. I’m unsure if this is because I’m growing up, or if it’s like a 10 year trying a cigarette just to be rebellious. Either way, ordering a tea has been accomplished.

I forgot to take a picture of my tea, so this is just a picture I grabbed off Wikipedia ;)
I forgot to take a picture of my tea, so this is just a picture I grabbed off Wikipedia 😉

Fruit around the world

Random things I’ve noticed regarding fruit around the world:

Australians think all Mango’s taste like donkey’s dick unless they buy it in Australia.
North American strawberries are huge and pink, and taste like strawberry flavoured water.
Strawberries in NZ are stupidly overpriced.
All berries taste better in Europe.
Bannanas usually taste good in NZ, always taste good in North American but only very occasionally taste even edible in Europe.
Kiwifruit taste the same everywhere, but lots of morons don’t know what they’re called and stupidly refer to them as “kiwis”. Eating Kiwi’s is illegal and usually results in a prison sentence.
Apricot’s in Europe taste like dog poop, yet Europeans still declare they taste good.

Goodbye Free Advice Berlin

A Facebook group I used to be an administrator for was run with a simple democratic approach. A rogue admin tricked us into allowing another admin to join our group, and just after we realised what had occurred, myself and the other elected admin were unexpectedly removed without any consultation with the rest of the administration/moderation team. All group moderators chose to leave within hours of this occurring. The following are screenshots from the fallout of that.