ironchefchris wrote:Is chewing gum still illegal in Singapore?
teamoperu wrote:“What a bunch of nonsens!” and then “This is actually true...” Good to know my nonsense is actually true!
But thats a general problem in Europe nowadays. ...maybe besides Denmarkchi chi wrote:tomsax wrote:Lone Rider wrote: The jobmarket is tough. Too many people apply for every jobvacancy and the situation is getting worser and worser.
HA..yeah, good luck with thatgeneralmelched wrote:
Candidates must have:
- Good internet connection
teamoperu wrote:Ah Guiri. You didn't see any 1994 Ladas did you? Didn't think so.
Not always...some (even modern) buildings have only flat plugschi chi wrote:The electrical sockets in Peru are quite handy. You can both plug in electrical ítems from the US and Europe. (except UK and Irish plugs)
Well...not where I live in Lima and thats not a shabby neighborhood either.teamoperu wrote:You were thinking the same Guiri? Wow, well then, you were thinking wrong! .
Not for 23 soles or 24 soles an hour !. natives shouldn`t get no less than 28 or 30 an hour.
Dont let these companies exploit you people.
Well..then I rest my casealongwayfromgeorgia wrote:Guiri wrote:Thats a joke, right??
Removing claws from a cat ?? In which twisted society are they doing that??
That's a common practice in the U.S.
I strongly doubt that, but ok.panman wrote:Guiri wrote:Why would you eat canned stuff if you can get the real deal?...? Dont get it reallly
Simple. They taste better
Really...is that so ??chi chi wrote:
But those schools demand a workvisa before you apply to them because they aren't going to sponsor someone for a workvisa.
gringuano wrote:"Hate yourself in the morning", so true. It's comparable to another thing, but it's inappropriate for this site.
ironchefchris wrote:are coming to get you!!!
Do you think they will affect Peru?