Youtube Get To Know Me Challenge Part 2


Opinionated Man:

Another youtuber! Check her out! -OM
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Originally posted on Styled2z:

I hope you enjoy this video because we had so much fun making it! What is life without some positivity and good friends? Prepare to laugh because there is a great Chipotle moment in the video.

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Blueberry Season: In The News!


Opinionated Man:

Great photos and that muffin makes me hungry! -OM
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Originally posted on The Goodie-Goodie Foodie:

One of my biggest reasons for loving where I live is the abundance of locally sourced foods I’m exposed to. Fruits, veggies, meat, poultry, dairy, etc are all in abundance here. So when I was asked what’s great about blueberries, I had to share some of my favorites!

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My Maternal Instincts Found an Object


Opinionated Man:

That was a fun write about plant life and I personally love cilantro! Even humans move towards the light right? -OM
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Originally posted on Ruthie Rambles:

Plants have always been a little scary to me.

Not all plants, mind you. I like to roll around in the grass. I eat bananas. I’m cool with the neighbor’s flowers and my mom’s sweet peppers (more than cool with those, actually).No, I’ve been scared of owning a plant, of being responsible for one.

What if it doesn’t grow or produce fruit? Would that reflect on me as a human?

What if I’m not a superstar gardener like my mom, my sister, my boyfriend?

What if I pour all my love and devotion to this thing, and it dies on me?

So, I avoided buying plants of my own and just appreciated the greenery of thers. This was a comfortable lifestyle for me, no worries or fears. As they say: “the unaimed arrow never misses.”

But a few weeks ago, Vilai gifted me with a pot of cilantro.

“your porch…

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City of Braga | time lapse


Opinionated Man:

What a cool time lapse video of the city of Braga! Thanks for sharing! -OM
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Originally posted on lost in braga:

It’s a three in one package: a time lapse video, a time lapse video dedicated to a city, the city is Braga.
A time lapse is supposed to capture the essence of a place, as if we could concentrate its life in just a few seconds. A production by Creative Lemons.

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Relationship Analysis: Fireproof


Opinionated Man:

I don’t think I would cry during this movie, but I appreciate the breakdown you provided! Nice movie review! -OM
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Originally posted on Miss Cassiopeia:

Since this movie is different to the other movies, I decided to approach this movie in a straight forward and using a different format. I saw this movie in 2010 and I’ve always thought that I wanted to write about this.

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Fireproof is an American Christian film where a firefighter tries to save his marriage by following the experiment in “The Love Dare” book.

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The movie started showing Catherine as a little girl who is full of childish innocence and declaring how she wants to marry her Dad, but her mom said, that she can’t because he’s her husband and their marriage will never end.

Fast forward to the future, Catherine is working now as a public relations director in a hospital and who is also now married to Caleb Holt, who is working as a fireman.

Catherine and Caleb are already married for seven years. According to Caleb, when…

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Undine (acrylic on canvas)


Opinionated Man:

I like the painting! I’ll bill you for my therapy from bad dreams later! lol -OM
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Originally posted on Notes From The Devil Dollhaus:

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Back in my over-prescribed indigent human experiment geodon depakote days I made a painting of an octopus with a woman’s head that was far more stylized than this, but ultimately very static and safe, heavy like lead on it’s canvas board the way my thoughts and my body and eyelids were heavy like lead under the anti-psychotic spell. I came across that canvas recently with a twinge of distaste, both of the memory of post-breakdown days and the knowledge that I am capable of doing better than that.

So this much more powerful and flowing octopus woman took over that little canvas, and was so much more dynamic than the over-medicated octopus that she even draws all the little undines to her. Now that’s magnetism.

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