Chatting with random men via Facebook, singer Alina Simone solicits advice from Nepal on whether or not to feed her unborn child a donut.
hello mam good morning
Hi Raj! How’s Nepal today?
due to winter season its extremely growing cold
Ah! Yes. That sounds familiar. The same phenomenon is occurring here too!
what about your musical journey?
I have to admit, my musical journey is standing pretty still right now. I did just release a cover of Britney Spears’ “Oops!… I did it again” Otherwise my days pretty much mirror those of my cat. How are you doing?
I am very much happy to know this. its intresting what you have done. my time is passing with the regular duty…office to home and home to office
Office to home and home to office! What do you do at the office? Do you ever stop for a donut on the way to office/home? Do they have donuts in Nepal?!?
ya mam i am working in a private organization as an administrator.
donuts???? is this a cake item??
Exactly! A cake item!!! It is round with a hole in the middle. And surprisingly fattening!
ya mam it is available
i also like it very much
but why did you remember this cake now?
I am glad that we can connect on this level, Raj. I remember this cake now, because I am pregnant, and find myself very badly wanting this donut every day. However, I am also very, very vain, and don’t want too get too fat, as I am already really quite fat enough.
Really mam it is amazing that you are that fond of this thing
but try to control your weight and fat
It’s a hard life
try to make it simple
i believe you will get it change
Some people think Americans have it easy, see? But look what I’m dealing with over here! This donut thing will eventually drive me mad.
i think mam donut is fatty item to take enough. and the other hand some of the reason behind this is the baby inside your womb also the cause of this. In our country in the countryside people have a belief the pregenant woman wish to have the things according to the child in their womb i.e. m/f
In other words, my daughter wants a donut. The question becomes: When is it too early to start instilling some discipline?