Hello fellow interweb explorers! I am Ada Zuba. I binge the Netflix shows and just recently Disney plus has been my happy place. I am a creative person with a big love for Disney movies. I hope to one day write and publish a fantasy novel.
The next day, Jon was waiting for me down in the bonus living room or I guess it was more of a salon than anything else. Anyways, a coffee table stood in the center of the room and a fireplace was on the right of it and behind was a couch. On the coffee table was a black box that looked like it contained cash or something of high importance. Jon opened it and in it were white stickers and a device that looked like an old Nokia phone.
Morning came and just as promised I was able to go home. My whole family came. I was finally allowed to change into real clothes, but my clothes looked baggy and big on me because of the amount of weight I had lost since I was in a coma. I got into my dad's Volvo and we drove into the city. We then came to a community that had large black iron gates. My dad rolled down the window and punched in a code. Then the gates slid apart making way for the car to roll in. As soon as the gates were wide enough my dad drove the car forward. All the houses that we drove by had tall walls guarding them against the outside world. Then we came to a property where the walls were pink and had white trim on the edge of walls. A simple white gate held the people out of the estate. My dad punched in another code and an automatic voice answered: "Thank-you, welcome" and the gates opened so fast that it almost snapped the walls. We then drove down a curved driveway that was lined with trees. Then we came to a roundabout wherein the center was a large white fountain with a tacky cupid that sat on the top and shot water from its arrow. I then saw the largest mansion I had ever laid eyes on. There was a marble staircase leading to the house and large rectangle windows with silver frames. The whole house was pink and it matched the walls of the exterior of the house. There were white columns just beneath the balcony that had patio furniture set up. Two large planters stood on either side of the staircase. A man in a tuxedo stood by the car door and my whole family got out, including me, and the man in the tuxedo took the car keys from my dad and he drove off to park it.
There was a soft beeping noise and it subtly grew louder, and then there was the mechanical noise of air being pushed. My vision was blurry and undefined. I could see the light flooding in and then finally a man with glasses right up at my face. That's when it hit me; my head hurt. A lot. My tongue felt dry like sandpaper in my mouth. I could not remember the last time I felt so dehydrated. I turned my head and the doctor was saying something.
Things Only Youngest Siblings Understand
So those of you that have younger siblings might be thinking: "They are lucky they get away with everything" first of all, that is so true. However, being the youngest sibling is not all rainbows and butterflies here is a list of things that younger siblings understand.
How to Lose That Winter Weight
Well, that time of the year has come again where beaches and warm weather are happening. There is a problem, and that problem could be that you still have that winter weight hanging around and you want to get rid of it. However, if you want to do exercise without realizing it, then here are a few things you can do:
Locked rooms seem to be the trend right now. If you have never done one before, this is what you can expect... 1. There will be more than one lock to figure out. This is an obvious pointer because it would be way too easy if there was just one lock. There will be some boxes you need to open with locks on them. Yes, they are meant to be opened.
Top Disney Princes
Princes that were the real heroes of the disney films, who actually did save the princess: 1. Prince Eric In The Little Mermaid, prince Eric drives a ship into the belly of the monster known as Ursula, thus saving Ariel and her father all in one go. Eric is a hero because he also earned the respect of Ariel's father thanks to his heroic act.
The Evolution of Volvos
Volvos are known for being the cars that last and for being one of the safest cars to own. This is a timeline for the Volvo Models. I have chosen a car from at least each decade to show the difference in the shape, size, and other qualities. The Volvo is known to be one of the safest cars to drive. Volvo also produces trucks for construction.
How to Be Canadian
Here's a list of how to be Canadian and what makes things Canadian. This is also to separate the misconceptions of Canada. Manners. Remember to say thank-you and please when offered a service. This is what makes us "nice" by saying the proper things and also we say, "sorry" a lot. Not all Canadians are nice. Many people who travel believe that Canadians are nice. Not all of us are. I have dealt with people that really need to get their manners checked. I work in the service industry and I have met my fair share of "mean" people. Not all of our milk comes in bags. Milk in bags is more a eastern Canadian thing, but if you go to the west, we have regular cardboard milk cartons and plastic cartons as well. Yes, our money looks like monopoly money, it's fun and colorful. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. We like our colorful money and that way you can look in your wallet and know right away how much money we have. It's the Eastern Canadians that pronounce things funny (mostly Nova Scotia and Newfoundland) not all of us pronounce "about" as "Aboot" that is a misconception. Maple Syrup. The province of Quebec is known for their maple syrup farms because they have the right climate to grow maple trees, which produce the syrup. Maple syrup can literally go on anything. Tim Hortons. Yes, lately the brand has not been doing well due to employee care, but it is Canadian. This is the place to get coffee and doughnuts, it is affordable and yummy despite what some people say. However, I have had better coffee than Tim Hortons. Also, Tim Hortons are almost everywhere! Our healthcare system. It's free and we don't have to worry about getting sick and not being able to get better. That is all I will say on this topic due to the fact this may upset some people. The Canadian Rockies. The rockies are great for skiing, snowboarding and other winter activities. It is about a 30 minutes from Calgary, Alberta to the Rockies, so, when in the mood, there's an opportunity. Ryan Gosling. Yes, he's ours. Ketchup Chips. Yes, it sounds a little gross and maybe weird, but it's yummy! Beavertails. No, they are not actual beaver tails. A beaver tail is a yummy carnival food that is deep fried dough and chocolate. Totally worth the calories. Ceaser's. For those unfamiliar with the Ceaser's drink it contains clamato juice (yes, it does contain clam juice) and then Worcestershire sauce with hot sauce mixed together and then a shot of vodka and some kind of fun garnish like pickles or pepperoni stick. Kinder Surprise Eggs. Yes, they do exist in the U.S, but the ones in the U.S do not come with a toy. So we get the fun little toys to build. We have the better beer, it is not the best, but it is better than what is sold in the U.S., that is for sure. American beer kind of tastes like distilled water...so not very beer tasting. Don't be surprised if it's minus 20 outside and you see people drinking slurpees or ice cream. We like cold yummy treats, what can I say? A misconception about Canada is how we wear shorts in minus 20, (okay, some people do) but for the most part we know how to dress for the cold water. Having to dig up you car in winter. "Dude, where's my car?" and it's buried under the heaps of snow we sometimes get. OH MY GOSH Poutine! Best invention ever, cheese curds, gravy and put fries with that and you've got yourself delicious fatness ready to be consumed. All dressed chips, best chips ever made! Our metric system makes sense. Temperature measured in Celsius. It's kilometers not miles. Our sports. Our sports are lacrosse and hockey and we will destroy you in both. (mostly Hockey because we get angry with it). Nothing is better than truly Canadian beef. Another Misconception: Polar Bears. No, we do not keep them as pets nor do we see them everyday. Igloos, not all of us live in igloos...yeah they're called houses. In Western Canada, we don't call police "Mounties," they are often referred to as "cops" or "police." We don't allow guns. Not everyone speaks French. In eastern Canada maybe there will be a greater percentage, but most of us don't speak French. It is only Quebec. Canada is second largest country in the world. Some people think our money smell like maple syrup...umm...no. That's not a thing. Sorry.
How to Be Polish
Here is a list of to do's to fit into a Polish family: 1. Always come hungry to a Polish person's house. We will feed you many things! Even if you are not hungry, we will insist that you try one or two things. At the end of the day, you will end up eating anyway, so you might as well be starving.