yesterday at 17:31.
What do you think? Does pineapple belong on pizza?
Iceland’s president denounces pineapple on pizza
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yesterday at 17:37
Yeah well, Iceland isn't know for its culinary style for a reason. The national dish is Hákarl, which is fermented shark. Anthony Bourdain called it the most disgusting thing he's ever tasted, and that's the national dish.
Joanne Jaffey Bove
yesterday at 18:06
The beauty of pizza is we can all have what we want on it! Don't you dare think about banning my pound of anchovies! Pizza is freedom. Pizza is diversity. #AllPizzaisBeautiful
yesterday at 17:42
Oh no!! No pineapple on a pizza! My husband Jesse Doran loves it...it was a big debate for us when he ordered a Hawaiian pizza the first time we met haha😄
yesterday at 16:40.
Where do you stand on "the wave"? Do you participate or abstain from the wave? Is it fun or an unnecessary distraction?
The Arizona Coyotes told their fans to stop doing the wave because the wave is the worst
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yesterday at 17:07
I could care less for the wave but will participate in it. What I don't like is the big flag that is passed over top of people during a game. I pay for a seat and expect to be able to see the entire game uninhibited.
yesterday at 18:45
If a line of people start doing the wave and you see it coming your way, join in or get out of the way of the wave. Otherwise, you will be that one killjoy in the crowd that broke the wave for the people on the other side of you. Don't be that person. If you hate it that much at least duck down and act like you dropped something.
yesterday at 16:48
How can you hate it? Is it the physical exercise? The wave is fun, and I'm just glad this country calls it the wave and not "the Mexican wave" which is what it is called in other parts of the world. Why Mexican? I don't understand, but it's a thing. I was telling an Iranian friend that's what they call it in Australia and he said that's what it is called in Persian too. So strange.
yesterday at 16:35.
How do you compromise/negotiate in your relationship? Is there something you expect your partner to do for you (and vice-versa)? How do you compromise on movies?
Mark Wahlberg is forced to watch Fifty Shades on Valentine's Day
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yesterday at 16:49
I'm not a fan of the 50 shades series, but if I want to see a movie (like Bad Moms) that my partner wouldn't enjoy, I go without him! I want to enjoy myself, which means not listening to him snore or complain through the entire show.
yesterday at 17:03
We are best friends. He will sit with head phones on as I watch a show. Never an issue. Never a compromise. But I had a boyfriend break up with me because I fell asleep and snored through Lord of the rings in the theatre. To this day I still don't know how they ended up in that boat near the end.
Joanne Jaffey Bove
yesterday at 16:52
We do lots of things for each other, that's marriage right? I do say I'm more agreeable to watching the entire game instead of SATC reruns that I love if I'm getting a foot massage. Baseball season starts and there's no arguing, we both want to watch only that!
yesterday at 16:30.
What's your reaction to this video? Who is in the right in this situation? What do you do when you see someone with their feet or a bag on a transit seat?
WATCH: Woman sits on TTC passenger’s feet as part of etiquette lesson
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yesterday at 16:34
They're both wrong. You can't counter ignorance and stupidity with more ignorance and more stupidity.
yesterday at 16:36
I think if it was the only seat available and the person refused to move his/her feet then yes it's justified, but if I could sit somewhere else I would.
yesterday at 16:51
Good on her, these entitled brats!!!! You don't put your feet on seats that others have to sit on! PERIOD.
yesterday at 02:30.
"People like to use [free speech] as a free-for-all to excuse certain kinds of behaviour. Freedom of speech shouldn't limit the freedom of other people." - Lainey Lui
The Islamophobia motion everyone is talking about in Canada
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yesterday at 02:56
We can find the best, the middle and the worse of humans in every religion, racial group and colour. This why I choose to look at each person as an individual, not part of a group.
Eva A. Leisups
yesterday at 03:44
"Free Speech" includes being able to criticize something or someone as long as it is done in a respectful way (and perhaps even in not a respectful way) .... Motion 103, as I understand it, would actually limit free speech .... what you really want to do is to outlaw and punish what happened at the Muslim Mosque in Quebec City and we have laws for that already !! ...
yesterday at 02:59
We can not be so arrogant to believe that what we believe in is the only truth. What we can do is respect each other, not force "our" beliefs on anyone but still take pride in what you believe in and worship however you do in your private time. If "God" is so great, where is your faith? Look at yourself, not at others.
yesterday at 01:30.
Because we could all use a little help when it comes to packing lighter!
How to pack lighter with 5 fashion staples for your next getaway
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yesterday at 01:55
Loved the outfits but I thought the whole point was to travel light & I thought 1 large purse, a straw bag & a crossover purse was a bit much.
yesterday at 05:10
Gladiators to the beach. 😂lmao
yesterday at 02:23
Lauren instantly thought of yiu
yesterday at 00:30.
We chat with Mark Tewksbury and a Special Olympics Canada athlete about all things Special Olympics World Game 2017!
How Mark Tewksbury and Ryan Blinn got involved with the Special Olympics
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02/21/2017 at 23:25.
‘Free speech does not guarantee you a book deal,” says Jess. #TheJessFiles
Simon & Schuster dropped Milo Yiannopoulos
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yesterday at 00:56
So his racism, islamophobia, anti-semitism, transphobia, fat hatred, hate mongering, inciting hatred, harassment and misogyny was okay and just a different opinion/view of things? But THIS is too far?! People have been warning us about Milo for years and now people are actually listening?! 🤦♂
02/21/2017 at 23:38
I agree that free speech doesn't mean you may say anything. Yes, you can say anything, but there are consequences and it seems that Mr. Yiannopoulos is finally faces the consequences of his outrageous actions and speech.
yesterday at 00:18
Free speech gives you the right to not be jailed or executed for saying what you want. It does not protect you from losing a job (or in this case, a book deal). You still have to answer for hurtful things you say.
02/21/2017 at 22:21.
Need the details on Lainey's outfit? Get them here:
[ Bit.ly Link ]
201 likes - 40 comments
02/21/2017 at 22:34
Loved Lainey's (and the others') thoughts on the Islamophia issue in Canada. You girls have heart, brains, and subtlety. The world needs more like you standing up for what's right.
02/21/2017 at 22:45
Lainey always looks great, love her attitude. She is brave in fashion choices. I think that speaks volumes about a woman and her level of confidence.
02/21/2017 at 23:34
Love the outfit, didn't love Lainey's bad mouthing Trump and his looks after she talked about Hate and freedom of speech being an issue? Hmm 🤔
02/21/2017 at 21:15.
In honour of our latest #TheSocialChapter read, Jess chats with rocket scientist and explorer, Natalie Panek:
[ Bit.ly Link ]
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02/21/2017 at 21:16
Love when I hear this music then I know it's time to read
02/21/2017 at 16:55.
According to 8,000 Reddit contributors, eating oranges in the shower will change your life. Thoughts? Would you consider trying out this trend? Would you eat anything in the shower?
Eating oranges in the shower can be a transcendental experience
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02/21/2017 at 17:13
For me, showering alone or not hearing my kids screaming would be transcendental. Forget the orange.
02/21/2017 at 17:04
Drinking an ice cold beer in the shower also does wonders. Try it.
Wil Burgsma Salvatore
02/21/2017 at 17:56
lol, reminds me of the Seinfeld episode when Kramer made a salad while he was taking a shower :D For me, shower and food dont go together...
02/21/2017 at 16:49.
What are your thoughts on M-103—the motion that calls on Members of Parliament to condemn Islamophobia? Do you support the motion? What are your concerns with it?
Here’s what you need to know about the anti-Islamophobia motion everyone is talking about in Canada
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Cindy Brannan Schiketantz
02/21/2017 at 16:59
I see nothing wrong with this. There's a big difference between criticism and "phobia", which has come to be a euphemism for hate. I criticize all forms of religion, frequently. That doesn't mean I'm going to perpetuate or incite violence against anyone. The difference is in the language we choose. Criticism is free speech; hate doesn't fall into that category.
02/21/2017 at 17:01
I support it. The MOTION doesn't exclude any other religion from protection. But we live in a time when islamphobia is a growing problem and the government is right to stand up unequivocally against islamaphobia. There is a difference in speaking out against something and speaking hate. I despise the Catholic church, but that doesn't mean I think they shouldn't be protected.
Nicole Borley Hertz
02/21/2017 at 17:05
I don't think it's ok to single out one religious group if it was Religiousphobia then maybe that would not be singling out one religious group. I think by singling out one religious group could actually have a more negative reaction. You cannot force tolerance it is something that each individual does on their own.
02/21/2017 at 16:37.
Have you ever written a letter of apology to an ex? Is this a good idea?
Should you ever write a letter of apology to an ex?
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02/21/2017 at 16:53
Never did...NEVER will. When I'm done...I'm done. Besides I should be getting the apology letters....but who wants a box full of apology letters from idiots 😕
02/21/2017 at 17:01
In any failed relationship I needed closure to move forward, that's all I asked. I've written letters that I never sent & sometimes just writing your thoughts on paper is therapeutic enough. I've gotten apologetic texts & phone calls a few months or even years later & truthfully it feels great to hear people admit that they missed out on something good. What's meant to be will be.
02/21/2017 at 16:43
If you have something to say that will ultimately give you the closure you need then yes of course. Writing a letter gives you time to process and think about what you're trying to say where sometimes emotions can get in the way during face-to-face conversation and you often are left wishing you had said or maybe didn't say something.
02/21/2017 at 16:29.
These DNA tests predict whether your child is gifted in areas like dancing, sports, mathematics, painting, etc. What do you think? Would you consider this for your kid? Or is there something in letting a talent be discovered naturally?
Chinese parents paying hundreds of dollars for DNA test that claims to predict children's talents
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02/21/2017 at 16:41
My kids have enjoyed lots of things they don't excel at, and also don't always enjoy the things they're good at. Kids should try different activities and find where their interests lie. They're missing out if they're only allowed to do the things they're best at.
Cindy Brannan Schiketantz
02/21/2017 at 16:53
There shouldn't be any preconceived expectations in parents' heads about the abilities of their children. Sometimes that happens anyway, without DNA testing. Bad idea. We put enough pressure on our kids.
02/21/2017 at 16:32
Let them be children, let them discover who they are and what they can do......they need to be free like a butterfly for part of their life!!!
02/21/2017 at 02:30.
Marci says her discovery has started many interesting conversations within her family!
Teddy and Marci learn about their ancestry
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02/21/2017 at 04:55
Clip not working for me either.
Shelley R Cameron
02/21/2017 at 02:34
Video clip not working?
02/21/2017 at 14:02
Be nice to be able to watch the clip you have posted!
02/21/2017 at 00:35.
"Before I Fall is a great meditation piece on life, love and not taking things for granted." - Zoey Deutch
Zoey Deutch on her role in the upcoming film 'Before I Fall'
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Natalia Maria Barberena
02/21/2017 at 01:16
I read the book it does make you think twice.
02/21/2017 at 00:42
Cynthia, love the dress. Stunning as usual!
02/21/2017 at 01:37
You all look marvelous
02/20/2017 at 23:25.
You'd be surprised by how much you can learn from just a stroke of a pen.
What your favourite celebrity's signature says about them
19 likes - 4 comments
02/21/2017 at 03:25
I found this segment so interesting. I signed my name on a piece of paper before he started analyzing the different signatures. I compared his comments to my signature and he was spot on. I am impressed. This is a skill I would love to have. 👍
Fiona Rose Lamb
02/21/2017 at 03:07
I think it would have been far better if you'd given him samples of their writing without revealing who they were. I was so bored with this segment.
02/20/2017 at 23:31
They know cursive
02/20/2017 at 22:15.
Marci brings some sparkle to our Monday! Get her #WhatWeWore files here:
[ Bit.ly Link ]
188 likes - 34 comments
02/20/2017 at 22:34
Love that I have the chance to still see Marci, I still miss Canada AM.
02/21/2017 at 16:38
sorry I don't like it.
The color and style does nothing for her. She's by far a creature of beauty...please accentuate that with her attire.
02/21/2017 at 15:08
didn't like this dress it didn't fit her right the sleeves looked saggy on her armsx not a flattering fit
02/20/2017 at 16:48.
What do you think of this list? Are you surprised the things that men find so baffling?
The things that baffle men most about women
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Joanne Jaffey Bove
02/20/2017 at 17:10
We could make a list about baffling men stuff too! Let me start --- how can my husband brush his teeth and make it look like the bathroom was hit by a tsunami?
02/20/2017 at 18:38
the screeching banshee in your audience today should be escorted off the premises immediately. no one should be that excited about commercial breaks.
02/20/2017 at 21:47
Sending condolences to Melissa. Losing a pet is losing a family member. The grief is just as intense. The book "All Pets Go to Heaven" by Sylvia Browne is a must read. Maybe it will help. Caring thoughts go to Mel and her family.
02/20/2017 at 16:45.
How do you deal with unsolicited advice? Do you have an advice-pusher in your life? Or are you one? Can unsolicited advice be beneficial?
Politely pushing back at a chronic advice-pusher
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02/20/2017 at 18:08
So what.... Just say nothing or nod your head when you are involved in a conversation???? Most of us offer up some sort of advice or have an opinion that leads to your best advice. That's just normal.
02/20/2017 at 23:21
What do you do when you don't bring the subject up and the chronic advice giver randomly decides it's time they tell you to quick your job that you enjoy and got the education to do or run out and marry the first guy you find?
02/20/2017 at 18:01
Advise is just that, advise. Sometimes it works out, like when my child couldn't keep any food down, a friend told me to make a smoothie, worked great and after a couple she started eating again. Of course when that same child was a baby and someone told me to let her teeth on a dog toy, I just said, oh thanks I'll keep that in mind. Then gave her a frozen washcloth.