A - I got something for your birthday. B - A present for me? You shouldn't have! A - It's cold outside. I'll give you a ride home. B - Don't bother, but thanks anyway. A - Don't mention it. That's a what friends are for. B - Something smells fishy. Just be yourself.
A - Ryan! Look who's here! B - Good to see you. What a small world. A - Long time no see. How have you been? B - I'm doing great. You haven't changed a bit. A - Nice talking to you. Say hello to your wife. B - Catch you later. I'll keep in touch.
Amy is chatting with her American friend Lorne about one of Korea's more unusual dishes. The two have a discussion about eating preferences around the world. Will Lorne ever change his mind? A - Have you tried beondegi yet? The snack made of roasted silkworm pupae? L - Augh! No way! The idea of eating insects is revolting! A - Maybe to you, but there's a whole laundry list of insects people arou..
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