Ever go on a date and discover something about them you didn't expect? Like they live by the beach but can't swim? They are scared of public toilets? Or they are asian and don't know how to use chop-sticks? There are a lot of interesting quirks out there. What's your significant other's quirk? Its ok, we love them anyways. A quirk is another way of keeping things interesting. Its our differences that make us unique. Everyone has their own goals, their own weaknesses, their own passions... the list goes on and on. Embrace who you are. Even if at times it frustrates you. Step by step you'll get ahead. Not necessary in fast spurts. Its about the direction, not perfection. Thank you to all the partners out there that are understanding and patient with their significant others. Even more so for those that can find humor in any situation- sparking laughter between the two of you!
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My dog named Paula. When she was a puppy - and still today - she loved to do everything, her ancestors were breeded for: climbing, swimming, running, watching, caring and ... eating. Ok, I think that wasn't in breeder's mind :-). She's a very pretty crossbreed of labrador, sighthound, bavarian mountain hound and bernese mountain dog.
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