Also need to make an icon.
If I try to make it please don't let me create a custom engine.
Tölvuorðasafn is really handy for translating tech stuff to/from English http://tos.sky.is/
Many such terms are not in the dictionary
I was waiting to see what would happen if there's a bit of snow and ice here, since people drive like fools and nobody seems to use winter tires. Apparently this happens: https://www.thelocal.de/20201201/snowy-weather-causes-traffic-accidents-around-germany
I hope no pedestrians or bicyclists were injured.
There's one store that sells blocks of vegan cheese and not just those packages of pre-sliced cheese that are almost more packaging than cheese. The block is kind of small but better than nothing.
So then I also obtained a cheese slicer and again started wondering how people who eat such things live without them. When I lived overseas nobody had one, but they had pizza slicers. 🤔
I have fond memories of these longbois but I don't know what they're called https://images.cdn.yle.fi/image/upload/f_auto,fl_progressive/q_88/w_2592,h_1458,c_fill,g_faces/w_1200/w_1200,ar_16:9/w_1320,ar_1320:675,c_pad,b_white,g_east/l_39-yle-logo-some_ywtrrc,g_west,ar_1320:675,w_1.0,fl_relative,c_crop/v1394189877/14-svyle-293815319727459fff.jpg
What if grocery stores were just a little bit more accessible. Is it essential that the overhead lights hurt shoppers? Is it crucial to blast music and advertisements and announcements all across the store to disorient visitors? Must the whole experience make it so that visitors hurry out of there to avoid a panic attack?
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