WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A RIVER AND A CREEK AND A BROOK AND A STREAM? ❋ Kenta Maniwa
My mom apparently knows a way to get toothpaste back in the tube. She says she learned it from a Japanese variety show.
I’ve seen the Japanese variety show before. It looks like the Japanese version of Sabado Gigante.
I once heard a pimp from Richmond use the phrase ‘one or two are close to nothing’ in reference to losing one or two of his female employees.
‘Her name is the name of a shoe… That black guys love. And people stand in line for hours, days, to get them.’
I got on the bus and my face went from a frown, to a smile, to, for a brief moment, a neutral expression, then back to a frown.
‘Cynicism is a quality i no longer admire,’ I heard someone on the bus say.
My facial expression and my actual feelings are rarely on the same page.
Once at a company party my boss asked if I was having fun. I said yes, and my boss said, ‘someone should tell your face.’ It came off meaner than she intended, I think.
In my head I said ‘I would rather watch a rerun of a golf tournament than be here.’
There’s a guy at my work from Alabama who refers to spray paint as rattle cans.
My life is dormant and exhausting.
A want to wallow in something, physically or emotionally.
A river is a large natural stream of water flowing in a channel to the sea or a lake. A creek is a minor tributary of a river. A brook is a small stream. A stream is a narrow river.