From the start of the global crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, we have lost a great deal and got depraved of so many things. The loss of all the things we so easily took for granted is what truly had hit us hard. Above all other things, freedom of movement comes to mind that has been limited on different levels.
🇷🇸 OVAJ TEKST JE DOSTUPAN NA SRPSKOM JEZIKU Could you have guessed a month ago what the World would look like today? Probably not. Don’t worry, you are not the only one. We were woefully unprepared for the world that we currently live in. We simply found ourselves in it, overnight. We were just not ready for it all. What makes the whole thing a bit more bearable is the fact that we know this is...
I have been reading WIRED magazine for a long time now. This publication is keeping up with new technologies, and in particular how tech impacts culture, politics and economy, paving a way for new trends. For an experienced beginner, that is one of the more significant sources of information.
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“This Smells Like My Vagina”. Oh yeah, you read that one well. I can also be blunter and put that more directly, but I feel like we understand each other. Just don’t expect too much, ok? I am not trying to make a segway or retell a part of a conversation that recently took place. I also haven’t eavesdropped on someone else, rushing to spill the beans on what I heard.