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In Topic: can someone romanize from chinese, please?

14 September 2006 - 01:38 AM

I think he was TOTALLY sure of his point, but just didn't know shei could be used.

I come from singapore as well, no teacher teaches you "shei."

In Topic: 9/11/01: 5 Years Later

13 September 2006 - 04:42 AM

I was 12. When I saw the news, I thought it was a plane aerobics gone wrong =/

In Topic: MSN Error Again

13 September 2006 - 04:19 AM

Stupid Gates and his MSN. =( booo.

I had it momentarily even today.
But I found that MSN 5.0 works even when MSN 7.5 is down. =D

In Topic: can someone romanize from chinese, please?

13 September 2006 - 04:16 AM

Both are right. And its a common mistake people make anyway. at least in my country. They think that shei is wrong.
There's a good reason for it. "Shei" LOOKS weird (not sound weird) because
there is only one chinese word that goes by "shei" if i'm not mistaken. So your unlikely to meet any word going by "shei."


09 September 2006 - 08:11 PM

If you feel that his your best friend, it is only you.
He doesn't neccessarily feel the same for you.
This is life and it is reality. A girl wouldn't like you just because you like her. It's the same concept.

If everyone doesn't like you, I guess your friend could be making a wise move not to invite you.

1) It is obvious that people wouldn't like your existence at the party. And yes, that usually equates to ruining the party. You don't blame him, it is your fault for having so many enemies. After all, it is HIS birthday and comes once a year. You should actually be understanding, think with your brain dude. So you wanted to be invited to his party, and risk ruining it just because of your own interest. Think in the perspective of your friend more even if humans weren't built to think on their any perspective except their own.

2) If everyone doesn't like you, it is pretty obvious your friend is pretty much exposed to peer pressure for him to leave you. Even best friends can fall under too much peer pressure, and start to be influenced.

Most schools do it actually, inexplicitly. They'll find some way to exert some good peer pressure on you so you will change for the better.