My Thoughts About Taiwan After 1.5 Years


#81

Maybe OP has conservative Asian parents that instilled certain values :wink:


#82

Like being perpetually unemployed?


#83

Hang on, which OP we talkin’ about?


#84

I was referring to the thread linked by @slawa

So not this thread’s OP :grin:


#85

Ohhhhhh…


#86

My guess is that she was referring to this (and that the phrase “white devils” was irony):


#87

Apologising about throwing a banana skin to a whole nation .

It doesn’t get more bizarre than that.


#88

Today there were a bunch of wax apples that had fallen off a tree down by the river. I picked one up, smelled it, and then made the impulsive and unwise decision to throw it into the river, thinking maybe the fish would like a nibble. This was in full view of a busy bridge. As soon as I saw that thing float down the river I was like, “that’s it, I’m fucked, I’ll be on facebook tonight and issuing my apology to the taiwanese people tomorrow”.


#89

Get a lawyer.


#90

Tomorrow news headline:
Foreigner steals fine produce, destroys it out of spite polluting the environment.


#91

Farmers blame foreign thieves for high fruit prices


#92

Foreigner frustrated with local language: in fit of rage throws apple and asks rhetorically why tones are needed at all


#93

wax apples”.
I love them!! One of my top-2 favorite fruits in Taiwan, along with sugar apple.


#94

Foreign Pervert Gropes Local "Fruit"


#95

There are tones? :eek:


#96

there, looks much better.


#97

I also groped the riverside papaya, but is was more of an MRT public transportation type of grope.


#98

OK, the papaya makes sense…


#99

I’d hit that.


#100

Ah, the infamous “papaya milk.” Delicious! I’m considering adding that to my beverage line.