54. On the nose!
54. On the nose!
#9: Absolutely brilliant.
Stale or not, I always run a dampened hand over the crust of my french bread before heating in the oven. Makes the crust nice and crunchy.
How about tips for people with allergy eyes, that are constantly running? Stuff that won’t cause more running, won’t get little pieces in your eye when you try to dab the tears. That won’t smear or disappear in an hour. Remember this dabbing is needed several times an hour. And dried tear salt accumulates in the outer corners.
Those cracks look like a spider web.
The more I know people, the more I love dogs.
All In The Family? … I got 6/29. And they are all pre-1990.
Sports Night. The Adventures of Briscoe County Jr. Commander in Chief.
Under The Tuscan Sun. But it is worth noting that the book and the movie have very little in common. Very little.
I can’t believe how many years avoided ham & pineapple pizza. It just sounded so wrong. Then one day I ate some and wow!
Bad job BF. Way to start another war. American English is a melting pot, like our population. Cookie comes from German kuchen. The ingredients and methods of making biscuits is different from scones.Pudding in England is any dessert. Pudding in USA is a specific cooked, thickened, milk based, sweetened dessert. BFD. We are different countries. Why should our languages be different? Now go smoke a fag.
In the mid 70’s, my parents had a note pad that said across the top: ”
When the cat’s away, the mice will play.”
Below that: “Dear Mice”, followed by blank lines for the message from mom and/or dad..
#3: You can smell the B.O. long before you get close enough to smell his breath.
Flush immediately. Multiple times if necessary. Then, in order of preference: match, candle, air freshener, some bathroom cleaner… anything else available that has an immediate effect.
I certainly hope that no one takes any of these answers seriously. Too bad there aren’t any real answers provided.