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This week’s Rising Star nominees can be found on the following Topic Pages:
1. Politics and Social Issues
2. Gender and Relationships
3. Pets and Animals
Be sure to stop by each one and vote for your favorites! It’s a great way to support promising new talent in our community.
We also recommend considering the following new Topic Pages when composing Hubs this week:
1. Chinese Tattoos
2. Under 10-Minute Recipes
3. The Elder Scrolls Games
4. Cocktail Parties
5. Chocolate Fudge
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Cue a definitive guide to chinese tattoos entitled "'Donkey', 'silly foreign man', 'spelling mistake', and 'I'm so incredibly stupid' - What does your Chinese tattoo REALLY mean?"
Oh yes, and 'pity the fool, this dude really thinks that this is his name in Chinese'
Sounds like you could write a pretty awesome guide to Chinese tattoo bloopers (and maybe some tips on avoiding them?).
it's very tempting
Although, frankly I have no idea what anything means in Chinese. I use to think the NY logo with the letters merged was a Chinese symbol, a better comparsion to the potential hubs subject could not be drawn.
Hello everyone. I just recently added two Chocolate Fudge recipes. Hope everyone enjoys them and has a wonderful week~
Nice! Feel free to post links to your recipes here.
Ok, thank you so much for letting me know!
http://georgialgal1984.hubpages.com/hub … late-Fudge
http://georgialgal1984.hubpages.com/hub … dge-Recipe
I'm writing a hub about getting a tattoo of a chocolate fudge recipe written in Chinese characters. Which category should I place it in?
Maybe you should write one about the political issues of getting a tattoo of a chocolate fudge recipe written in Chinese letters. Now that would be a winning hub right there.
Let me think about this....... I am going to say.............. Put it under politics and social issues. After all, pleasing everyone is a social issue, right? Cute.. I wish I had thought of this.
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