Do It Like That
"Do It Like That" is a song by Australian recording artist Ricki-Lee Coulter. She wrote the song with Brian Kierulf and Josh Schwartz of KNS Productions, who previously worked on her 2007 single "Can't Touch It". It was produced by KNS Productions, Scott Horscroft and Eric J Dubowsky. "Do It Like that" was released for digital download on 23 March 2012, as the second single from Coulter's third studio album Fear & Freedom (2012). She stated that the song is about "having fun and it's about dancing". "Do It Like That" earned Coulter her first ARIA Music Award nomination for Song of the Year.
Do It Like That
"Do It Like That" was written by Ricki-Lee Coulter, Brian Kierulf and Josh Schwartz. It was produced by Kierulf and Schwartz under their production name KNS Productions, who previously worked on Coulter's 2007 single "Can't Touch It", with additional production by Scott Horscroft and Eric J Dubowsky. Coulter stated that the song is "about having fun and it's about dancing ... there's nothing better to watch than massive groups of people all dancing together and having fun ... you can't help but smile and dance along in your chair". Before its release, the Fred Falke remix of "Do It Like That" debuted online on 16 March 2012. The official track was then released digitally on 23 March 2012. A digital EP, featuring four remixes of the song, was released on 4 May 2012. "Do It Like That" was released digitally in Japan on 28 November 2012. A digital EP was later released in Japan on 12 December 2012; it features a B-side track titled "Left to Right", a remix of "Do It Like That" and the music video.
The music video was directed by Emma Tomelty and filmed in March 2012 at the Sydney Technology Park in Sydney, New South Wales. A behind-the-scenes video of the shoot was posted online on 22 March 2012. A preview of the official video clip was shown on Sunrise on 2 April 2012, and the full video premiered online later that day. Ninemsn's MusicFix commented that the video "is certainly eye-catching, partly because it's packed with fluoro-bright colours and perfectly-timed dance routines, but also because the Aussie pop darling has no pants on". Take 40 Australia compared the dance routines in the video to Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love" music video.
Billboard praised the song for its "strong lyrical hook backed up by some solid mid to fast rock instrumentation" and its "urgent" vocal. Cash Box said that it "bounces along to a rock steady, engaging beat, bopping hook, staccato guitar chords with lively production." Record World called the hook "irresistible."
It Really Do Be Like That Sometimes is a catchphrase based on a tweet and video in which the phrase serves as the caption to an image of the Dr. Phil Green M&M. Due to its wording it is very similar to the Oscar Gamble quote They don't think it be like it is, but it do.
On June 24th, 2017, Twitter user @sethical_ tweeted an image of the Dr. Phil Green M&M photoshopped into the You Know I Had to Do It to Em image. The image is captioned with the phrase, and the tweet is captioned, "when the homie forgot you now that he up ?." The post (shown below) received more than 90 retweets and 300 likes in one year.
The phrase "it be like that sometimes" has existed as a slang expression about the various trials of the human experience. On July 11th, 2006, Urban Dictionary user Victor Erazo defined the expression as "Just stating how life is and how it has its ups and downs and somethings just happen." The post (shown below) received more than 260 upvotes in 12 years.
On June 19th, 2018, Redditor  the_lazarus_heart published "What is the origin of 'It really do be like that sometimes?'" on the /r/OutOfTheLoop subreddit. The post received more than 90 points (93% upvoted) in one month.
I realized it is better to take my hats off when I drive because a few of them impede my ability to see, and then I realized that back when women always wore hats, many women would have only been passengers in cars.
A few years ago, the journal Frontiers in Psychology confirmed what pet parents already knew: that positive interaction with animals reduces stress in humans. This is great news for your health and longevity, but if you have a cat, you may wonder if the feeling is mutual. Do cats like to be petted? Do cats like to be held as much as we like to hold them?
If you do it correctly, the answer is yes. Many cats, despite the common and persistent myth that they are aloof, welcome affection from their people. In fact, petting and holding your cat helps build a loving relationship between the two of you.
Let's say, for example, they roll around on the floor and expose their tummy. This is their way of showing that they trust you. If you try to rub your cat's angelic belly fluff, however, they'll probably respond with a scratch or a bite. You may think (with good reason) that your cat hates you, or that it's their way of telling you they don't want to be petted at all. In reality, they're telling you that they just don't want you to pet them right there, right now. Some cats do love a good belly rub, explains Petful, but you have to approach it with finesse, and only when they're calm and relaxed.
In 2013, a study from the journal Physiology & Behavior was widely misrepresented as proof that petting cats stresses them out. John Bradshaw, director of the Anthrozoology Institute at the University of Bristol, England reassures National Geographic that it was something in the cats' lives and not the act of petting that contributed to the animals' anxiety. (The experiment actually looked at how cats that live alone experience stress differently from those in multi-cat households.) Petting can comfort your kitty, so go ahead and snuggle up.
So, in which places do cats like to be petted? The head, chin and neck are often their favorites. While some cats enjoy having their tails touched, others will recoil and even experience pain from a tail stroke. Take it slowly, paying close attention to your cat's reactions to your touch and always respecting their preferences.
In addition to being petted, do cats like to be held? Sometimes. Most cats love to snuggle, and they're typically responsive to being held if you introduce them to it gradually. The best way to approach your cat for a hug is to start with a few soft pets, then carefully pick them up. Be sure to secure all four of their legs so that they don't dangle. If they feel safe in your arms, they'll be more inclined to stay there. If they squirm and want to get away, set them down gently and try again later. Learning to snuggle takes baby steps (and occasionally a tasty reward for not mauling your arms on the way down).
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It can be a lot to handle. But, knowing the answer to, why do I like him? can really help you learn whether you do like him or just have a crush. Do you want to pursue something? Or will this pass with time?
That feeling of butterflies, tension, and giddiness is what creates a bond between two people. It goes beyond attraction. It is just the way he vibes with you that makes it hard to resist him. [Read: 15 intense signs of chemistry that reveal an instant connection]
When a guy cares about what happens to you and shows that with both, his words and actions, you feel safe and secure. That security really makes you like him. [Read: 20 qualities in a guy that make a really good man]
Think back to when you were a little kid. Remember when people would always bend down on a knee and inquire about what you wanted to be when you grew up? Do you remember what your answer to that question was? Well, I always told people I wanted to be a bird.
Yes, having passions, interests, and big dreams is encouraged. But, finding what you love is only half the equation. You need to be able to make a living doing it. Real-life pressures require us to pursue avenues that are able to provide us with a decent and comfortable standard of living.
Pretty much every position comes along with at least a few pesky tasks or responsibilities that will simply never be enjoyable. You may adore what you do 98% of the time. But, there are bound to be a few related duties that you simply dread.
More than features, more than benefits, we are driven to become a member in good standing of the tribe. We want to be respected by those we aspire to connect with, we want to know what we ought to do to be part of that circle.
Maria: I would like to be more studious for school because I am not that much of a stay-at-home-all-night-to-study person. I look at my textbook and I really try but then I realize I could be doing something else so I just go out and do something else and I don't do my homework and I don't fail because I am at least smart enough to pass but sometimes it's a struggle to get through. So yes, I would like to be more studious and more maybe hesitant in my answers because I talk before I think at some point sometimes. I do like my open personality though, like being for example when we went out partying yesterday, I was talking to everybody which was very nice and people seemed to like that open-attitude and as long as you're not being open and arrogant because I try not to. 041b061a72