What exactly is new, and when does it stop becoming new? I’d say that depends on the item under question, and how long it can be used. If it’s a soda that’d go flat after the first few minutes of opening the bottle, it could only be called new until...
“For my diet, day 1 and 2 went fine. Day 3, however, saw my head sunk in Tiramisu, holding fried chicken in one hand and milkshake in the other. I could metaphorically see my willpower chuckling an evil laugh, covering his face with his cloak and disappearing into the night. A sneaky villain, you must agree. Lulled me into a false faith in the first two days and then stabbed me in the back on the third.”from - Doing the rounds, read the full article...
GTFO, 2016. And close the door behind you. | The Blah Blahs and the Yada Yadas says:
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