In 2013 he featured on two of the biggest hip hop singles of the year, Cassper Nyovest’s Gusheshe and Riky Rick’s Amantombazane, as well as the remix featuring Kwesta, Kid X and Ginger Trill. Last year, he collaborated with JR and Spoek Mathambo on the track Bob Mabena. He also worked with Reason, AKA and Tol A$$ Mo on Reason’s Bump The Cheese Up remix.
Avocados also happen to be super versatile and are a good way to incorporate healthy fats into our diets (also mentioned in the article). We can joke about it and have a little fun, but I don think we should actually be expecting his whole menu and upcoming cookbook to be dominated by avocados. Production and marketing seem to be leaning into the meme though.
Everyone is nervous at some point in their lives. Is there are the right way or a wrong way to deal with it? sometimes it can be limitless but It depends on the person and how they choose to deal with nervousness. Some people might have a habit of doing something over and over again when they are nervous, or some people might picture something in their head to distract them from the nervous they feel.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe romantic comedy Valentine’s Day opens on Friday, Feb. 12, just days before the holiday. No doubt its filmmaker is hoping to be part of many couples’ love filled celebrations, a day to embrace love, chocolate and each other.But if the star studded ode to all things sweet, sappy and sentimental doesn’t do it for you, there are plenty of timeless cinematic love stories to help put you in the mood.
For the sake of asking a lame question (one that can even stand on its own two feet), I ask this one. I get complimented a lot at work when I make announcements over the intercom. My coworkers tell me I should be a game show or radio host or that I should studied communications in school instead of accounting.
If i were you i stop going on mfa for the forseeable future. Look at the clothes people around you have and how they put them together. Focus on the emotion of the clothing and the message it sends. Even the terrorist acts of colonial “patriots” didn’t raise to the level of concern which we have today (although the acts of terrorism, aggression, and genocide by newly minted Americans on Native Americans certainly did). Nor did they have the great prescience needed to foresee the technological advances which allow the unbelievable ability of Corporate America to pick apart our every move and desire to design protection from that either. Nor did they build in prohibitions to stop us from protecting ourselves..