Typhoons 2017


#581

She does love her some beard!


#582

Maybe she thinks he comes with the boat.:idunno:


#583

He rescued four pooches and their owners. Of course I can show him some appreciation, if you know what I mean.


#584

This is interesting. Looked initially like the first cyclone might develop into something huge, but now we have:

The Spawn of Satan

A new, break-off show has sprung rapidly up off the east coast of PPE

Predicted to go through PPE but could veer towards Taiwan and is worth watching for any further development


#585

Chicken bones and rain dance!!

I am guessing this heat is killing crops. For some reason toms are almost NT$200 and in June they were NT$80.

Or some kind of blight has hit.


#586

I don’t know when was the last time I saw cilantro.


#587

#588

The heck was that?! Que?


#589

You mentioned cilantro, and that was the first thing that hit my head.


#590

Oh gosh that song…Ayioo


#591

Oh, it will stay with you long after it is over.


#592

It calls the cat psychotic.


#593

As a life-long and current owner of cats…I have to say that is not too far off the mark.


#594

Nothing is happening.

8(


#595

Hey, I really need to know what’s the final decision re typhoons and rain. Where is it going to happen, and where is safe to be for one week?


#596

Taiwan is pretty safe for at least a week!


#597

TBH, I hope that the weather here sucks big time while I’m abroad enjoying my trip. That would make it even better.


#598

Heard it again. It is not psychotic. He calls the cat obscene. :scream:

He says Cilantro is a guy who does it better than your husband, lady. :nauseated_face:


#599

My “kitchen Spanish” was able to get some of it, not all of it. I do not trust the Google with translations.

I just saw the word "cilantro, and thought of that song. I wasn’t wanting to offend anyone.


#600

¡Demasiado tarde, muchacho, yo muy indignado!