Maarsch

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About Maarsch

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  • Location Hamburg
  • Nationality NL
  • Gender Male
  • Year of birth 1980
  1. A good substitute to eggs

    Ow right. Tofu scramble. Geez, I've not made that in ages. I think our recipe is from . . . . the veganomicon?
  2. A good substitute to eggs

    Depends on how you want your eggs. As binder you can use applesauce or mashed bananas for sweet stuff. Mashed pumpkin for savoury. And soaked ground flax seeds and tofu are neutral. If you want to make a meringue  you would whip chickpea juice (yes, really)   If you want it boiled, fried or poached though . . .  I don't know. I'm sure there's a product on the market, but I don't know it.
  3. https://www.bbc.com/news/business-51214824 I've not gotten on this bandwagon 5 times now. Because surely the hype will stop   I have been wrong 5 times Also never bought into Apple   Might be a pattern there?
  4. Is Harburg a safe area to live?

    Could do worse apparently. It gets shittalked a bunch, but I have a couple of friends living there that don't mind it at all.   https://www.bild.de/regional/hamburg/hamburg-aktuell/kriminalstatistik-fuer-alle-104-hamburger-stadtteile-60632050.bild.html
  5. Movie recommendations

    Watched Knives Out last night. Well worth it, very nice.   I'll be watching it again to see what things were signaled earlier in the film as soon as it gets to Netflix/whatever
  6. The English Teacher's Corner

      I was wrong. This came up in conversation the other day.   There is Dear Husband (DH) Dear Son (DS) Dear Daughter (DD)   But no Dear Wife (DW)   Coz only certain women on certain parts of the internet use this. And none of them are gay? So there's no need for DW.
  7. I woke up blind in one eye this morning

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  8. The English Teacher's Corner

    I've seen +1 quite a bit in America. For your . . . significant other. Which I was also aware of. And in modern internet SO. However, I was referred to as DH for a bit before I figured that one out. And I haven't put in the time to see what the reverse is. Though I assume DW would work.   The singular They/Them have been around for centuries indeed. Though there's also modern initiatives.       Non-English it's different though. In Germanic and Latin languages there's no old words for this (or at least not something that stuck), but people are working on new ones. Then there's cultures where there have been more than 2 genders since forever and I assume they have pronouns to go with it. Which then wouldn't be gender neutral so much as 3rd sex/gender pronouns, I guess.     I have a friend who uses they now, but I knew them as her for years.  I fuck that up on occasion.
  9. Peanut butter shortage - help!

    Excuse you?! They do? Since when? I still have this stuff shipped in.