Option 2 - "They are delicious flowers" (-3000FP) ..want to eat the flowers? He thanks you for your great advice and leaves to go work on the bouquet. He believes the reason is because he isn't very good with serving customers. At the shop, you ring a bell to entice customers but no one seems to be coming. Cam is impressed that you've worked hard and sold everything. Friendships needed: Cam at yellow flower color or higher; Ash at purple flower color or higher; Georgia at 2 white flowers or higher.
Cam hopes that you don't plan on eating these particular flowers! Cam knows he has to do something to resolve this issue, but he doesn't know what to do. He didn't really get the chance to study customer service though because you did all of the work. The two of you are chatting by the stream when you spot a cat that is stuck on the island the stream wraps around.
Cam thanks you for the help you've given him today. " ( 3000FP) Cam agrees; he feels that the that the two of you can do it. He invites you to spend time with him at the café before you go home. You run over and help the cat to safer (and less wet) ground.
"On sort ensemble" is something you'd say in Quebec (loosely translated: "we go out together"), but no one said anything of the sort in France. Yes, the guy really planned to have me serenaded, on our first date, along the Seine River."I give advice to people who go out together," kind of worked, but most people didn't understand how or why I had a job. I lost my credit card and was two hours late, so instead we met for wine and cheese. That relationship ended because the gent couldn't communicate clearly with me, and kissed another woman at a party repeatedly knowing that I'd never take him back if he did. I'm still grateful for the experience, because it showed me just what dating was, and wasn't. "I learned a lot while in Ireland (and France, Belgium) about romance and relationships, and you can read all about my adventures elsewhere (see: What Does Shifting Mean in Irish Slang, and Dating in Ireland).First, I had to come up with a way to describe what I do for a living.He also loves cats, but doesn't have one of his own. Flowers (All), Flower Bouquets, Perfume (All), Tea (All, except for Honey Tea), Tea Leaves (All), Letter in a Bottle, Mint, Rose Wine, Truffle, Emperor Firefly, Lantern Firefly, Herb Salad, Bouillabaisse, Shark Fin Soup, Fondue Dishes, Meuniere, Risotto, Doria, Ultimate Curry, Supreme Curry, Rainbow Curry, Paella, Spaghetti Soup, Lasagna, Pizzoccheri, Moussaka, Sushi Animal Medicine, Wine (except Rose Wine), Branch, Chicken Feed, Chocolate Pack, Cocoa Pack, Honey (All), Honey Recipes (All), Fish Bones, Fish Food, Fodder, Treats (All), Lumber, Material Stone, Junk, Pet Food, Poison Mushroom, Royal Jelly, Scrap Metal, Snowball, Stone, Weed, Cicadas, Dragonflies, Yellow Damselfly, Crickets, Hira Grasshopper, Kobane Grasshopper, Kutsuwa Katydid, Locusts, Failed Dish, Corn Soup, Pumpkin Soup, French Fries, Sandwich, Fruit Sandwich, Desserts (All), Jams, Hot Chocolate, Mixed Smoothie, Juices Time: Tuesday, 6pm to 10pm. They really are well maintained; in fact, all of the flowers in town are well taken care of.
He recently had to leave for a while to study flower arrangement.
One of my biggest takeaways while exploring Western Europe for six months was a conversation I had with an Austrian couple. What struck me the most was that there isn't a word in many languages for what North Americans call "dating", and that, in fact, few cultures around the world actually "date". And how to other people get to know one another before committing, having casual sex, or something else?
Within a few minutes of meeting in an Irish pub, the lady of the couple asked, "So, is dating a construct of Hollywood? These were the most pressing questions my friends back home wanted to know, so I went out in discovery of answers.
On days when the stall is open, he will be working.
On his days off, he can be seen taking a walk in the mountain area or will be in his room on the first floor of the cafe.
This in turn confused me -- I get thousands of emails every week with questions, wanting to know how to get a guy to call them back, whether or not a woman is interested, or if they should break up. In Paris, a man I considered to have dated a few weeks (he was adamant we were in a relationship), told me, "Either you're having casual sex, or you're in a relationship. My next question, "Well, then how did you know you wanted a relationship with me? "From the second I saw your picture online and sent you a message, we were in a relationship. We did, however, stroll hand-in-hand along a love lock bridge. In (most places in) North America, a date consists of intention, like art.