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Super Handsome Beachboy | Loepsie’s Life

In Loepsie’s Life I’m taking you with me and showing you what I did in the past week. This week I got envited to a press event, cleaned my room out well, and received some great news.
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3 thoughts on “Super Handsome Beachboy | Loepsie’s Life”

  1. One question: lekker (is it even spelled that way?) means good, right? For me (I’m german), lecker means yummy. And my brain always goes like “WTF, why does she find everything yummy?” 🙂

    1. Hahaha lekker can be used in many situations in Dutch 🙂 It means yummy, but you can also say “I’m going lekker outside” which means it’s going to be pleasant, or something can smell lekker when it smells good, or you can sleep lekker which means you slept well 😛 It’s prety much just a positive adjective that can be used for almost everything

  2. I buy and eat similar food as you., hummus, oranges.. I also buy lots avocados, as I eat one a day. They look exactly as yours, they are from Mexico, are still green, and come in a net.
    I put them in the cupboard for three or four days to ripen when they are ready, I transfer them to the fridge. I found out, that if they put in the fridge before they are ripe, they turn black inside.
    I noticed that the stores force them to ripe by heating the bins where they have them ( they do that to the bananas too) and they looks so nice in the outside, but they are dark inside.
    That really annoys me.
    I love your blog, and I can catch a few words in Dutch, as I took German for a while
    All the best
    Alberta, Canada.

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