Tuesday Reverie: Cultural Relativism … and Puppies!

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Feb 28, 2012

I used to think that my father’s pug was clinically insane. Then I decided that I was being culturally insensitive.

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  • catcat

    One of my favorite memories of Germany was, while being dragged to every store in several cities because life ain’t complete if your mother-in-law knows you don’t own a frikking dirndl, were the sausage stands on almost every corner in the shopping districts. If you can’t afford therapy, try multiple sausage snacks.

  • Hahah funny

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