the museum of links 17

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31 important things I wish men would get about us women, i.e. A Crash Course In Treating Women Right

If you’re parent to a picky eater, this book comes highly recommended. Author Karen Le Billon tells us of her disenchantment with the American approach to food and eating, and why she had to write it

What you can watch with your partner in lieu of an expensive movie outing (you heard right, DT Cinemas!). Husband and I were in splits!

Not that it’s any of your business, but that friend you think is gay because they’re just not interested in people of the opposite sex may not be gay, but asexual. Here’s what you need to know about asexuality

My love for Dhanush and Kolaveri Di will NEVER die, which is why I’m loving this English R&B remix of the sensational song. Sidenote- the singer looks a lot like my brother! WHUTTT.

Image- Three of the four talented Tetseo Sisters. This is what Wikipedia says of them:The Tetseo Sisters Mütsevelü (Mercy), Azine (Azi), Kuvelü (Kuku) and Alüne (Lulu) grew up in Kohima, the capital of Nagaland, and belong to the Chakhesang Naga tribe, one of the major Naga tribes. They sing in Chokri, the dialect of the region around Phek. From early days, their parents acquainted the girls with Li, the traditional songs of their home region. They first performed as a group in 1994 and have been making regular appearances since 2000 at the Hornbill festival, Nagaland’s biggest annual cultural event and several other festivals and events. Growing popularity made them enlarge their radius, performing all over Nagaland, the Seven Sister States, and other Indian states. During Mercy and Azi’s period of study, they made appearances as a duo in New Delhi; while Kuku and Lulu carried on in Kohima. The sisters are regularly invited to show their art on the occasion of official promotions as Nagaland’s cultural ambassadors/representatives both at home and abroad.

Have a good week devis. There there, Monday’s almost over. ❤

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