1. Pessoal do meu trampo vive falando bem do Foro de Terezina da revista Piauí se vc gostar de política.

  2. Foro de Teresina tem um nível muito alto de análise política e ainda tem a melhor música de abertura.

  3. Caraca, um mercado 24 horas no centro de São Paulo? Mano, vira um point de assalto né não? Alguém sabe como funciona a segurança?

  4. Tem um oxxo em frente ao largo São Francisco e eles fecham às 22h. Não lembro se era 24h antes, mas agora os riscos com certeza ficaram maiores e eles fecham mais cedo.

  5. Tem uma saída do metrô que fica bem perto do Poupatempo, praticamente em frente. É só seguir a placa escrito "Poupatempo" na estação Sé. Quanto a foto, que eu saiba todos os lugares fazem na hora, uma foto já digital. A última vez que fiz meu RG foi no começo de 2020, na Sé mesmo, e tirei a foto lá dentro. Mas geralmente tem essas informações no próprio site ou chegando lá.

  6. O fato de que isso vira discussão é só prova que não superamos ainda esse problema. Acho muito legal discutir sobre a estética propriamente (particularmente não gostei do cropped, mas ela estava com um vestido curto de mangas longas que ficou muito bem), mas não faz o menor sentido colocar isso na conta de assédio. Ela não fez nada de errado. Futebol também não é ocasião formal com código de vestimenta rígido, não entendo a questão.

  7. She literally calls Russel's car the Batmobile or similar to it when they break up, yet she can't call it the Batmobile later on.

  8. I loved it too! It is, of course, a silly premise (just like the first one) but it was so glamorous and fun. I just love the playing with cliches. My favorite was Pip turning into a cat because they were evil now. So great!

  9. In my experience the only people who are called by their last names are some teachers or professors or people with different/ uncommon last names. Otherwise it's always a first name thing.

  10. Underbaked, underproofed, overproofed, curdled, burnt, overpower, soggy bottom, ready steady bake, handshake...

  11. Uma série pra ver, rir e refletir: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Quase deixei de assistir pelo título sexista, mas é justamente uma ironia no título.

  12. Nossa, é tão difícil achar gente que gosta dessa série! O título realmente afasta muito gente, mas a desconstrução do papel feminino da ex louca é muito bem feito. Concordo que a representatividade é um ponto alto da série, é uma espécie de local utópico em que essas diferenças não afastam, mas unem.

  13. The storylines were a little rushed by the end of the seasons and they sometimes lack continuity (I can't keep up with the whole Sherry thing) but I wouldn't say they are unrealistic. Just a few points:

  14. Honestly, how can you make such organized spreadsheets. Thanks for posting I love seeing this.

  15. This might be weird but the bell episode. It was such a weird ideia in the first place to have Jess teaching bells to children, but having Winston become obsessed with them was the moment that I loved him. Also he looked weirdly hot playing bells.

  16. Quem for, tenta ir no primeiro dia, porque as coisas esgotam e nem sempre tem reposição. Antes da pandemia a feira ficava numa tenda horrível, muito quente, e se somar isso com a fila da companhia das letras, vão preparados pra o cansaço.

  17. I can’t stand Angelica as a character, she is so selfish and arrogant. People all simp over her allegedly giving up on her love all for her sister, but NO SHE FUCKING DID NOT! I bet if Alexander was even barely socially acceptable enough for her snobby ass she would’ve stayed with him and tried to comfort Eliza with “at least he’s still in your life!”

  18. Interesting. I like her character precisely because she is selfish but still loves her sister very much. She's such a complex character and Renée is such a great performer that I just can't love her.

  19. Study some grammar. It doesn't have to be a lot or your only source of studying, but you need to study some grammar. The way verbs work in Portuguese is different than English, the word order can also differ a bit and for an English speaker it may be hard to get gendered words at first. All of this are things you have to dedicate some time to understand and so you can write/ speak better when you practice.


  21. The razor thing was so relatable to me. I don't know, I just liked that they had that. It's such a minor thing, but we keep postponing it because it's stressful and it turns into a huge thing. It sounded like something someone with anxiety might do and I enjoyed that little bit of her personal life, specially because it wasn't too long.

  22. Glad you liked it. I didn’t appreciate after 2 and a half min of ads them kickstarting a two parter about something irrelevant.

  23. I admit that many factors contributed to me liking it and those factors don't mean the podcast was good. I don't usually get ads, probably because of my location, so they don't grate me. I also relate to Jenna more often because of her mental health struggles so I'm usually more receptive to these things. I really appreciate reading opposite views though and I can agree they do seem out of touch very often.

  24. When Jess tries to override her restraining order against Sam trying to prove that she's not crazy. She didn't respect his boundaries and then she got rewarded for it when they got back together.

  25. I usually love Jess, but her worst character trait is needing to be liked. When she meets Schmidt's mother and is all over her I just want to scream.

  26. That's not true. One of the many meanings of "de" is to indicate possession, as in:

  27. I loved Sandro in the first few episodes, but as of late he's been kind of annoying to me. He has a super healthy ego, which in and of itself isn't necessarily bad, but I just get this...I don't know...superiority complex from him. Like he's hot and he knows it. Or maybe the moustache cake just rubbed me the wrong way and I'm seeing everything through that lens now. Idk.

  28. He seems a very competitive person. I won't judge anyone for that, it is a competition after all, but it's starting to get me. It's just too much, he always starts the day talking about wanting to be star baker, the overdone bakes... I don't know

  29. The plot is just too much, the need to force every detail of The Wizard of Oz into the new story gets tiresome, like there's a checklist to complete. I know this comes from the book it's based on, but it annoys me. I don't think the music is that great either, I just like Popular and Defying Gravity. Despite of that, it's a huge success so I assume everyone else likes it

  30. But wait! I'm a gay wolf, too! Would you like to eat some wolf chinese food?

  31. I'm rewatching the earlier seasons and I was very surprised when I was reminded that Manny and Gloria spoke to each other in Spanish sometimes. It was so cute. Then later he "forgets" all his Spanish and refuses to study it.

  32. There's this thing in movies and TV shows that really bothers me - when a character is supposed to be smart they have knowledge in every area and they prove it by reciting random facts out loud. Alex is one of the woarst examples of this: she is interested in "science", no specific area, and of course she is the best at everything. It's so unrealistic. Of course the areas intertwine a bit, but she is a specialist in every one of them. Besides, she has to know everything about anything else.

  33. It is a rude thing to do and I'm sorry it happened to you. As someone else said, Brazilians laugh at anything, so it's kind of a cultural thing, and we have trouble with boundaries.

  34. Criminalidade meio que aumentou geral, mas acho que Paulista ainda é uma região mais tranquila que a média das outras regiões de SP. Precisa sempre tomar aqueles cuidados básicos de cidade grande:

  35. Os caras te abordam amigavelmente (clássico chamarem de “Brad Pitt”, “ator da Globo” ou algo do tipo), às vezes mostram fotos dos palhaços com pessoas famosas (dá pra ver que é montagem se olhar direito) e pedem dinheiro pra ajudar o projeto social deles (que aí já não sei o que realmente está por trás).

  36. Pior que esses tempos começaram com uma nova tática, dizem "seu cartão caiu" ou "é seu esse cartão?" para a pessoa olhar pra trás e eles começam a falar.

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