Wait, wait, wait….
HOLD THE PHONE. Border’s is still around?!
Wait, wait, wait….
HOLD THE PHONE. Border’s is still around?!
A lot of it sounds okay, but I just can’t really eat like that anymore. Probably eat 6, 10 (if I didn’t eat at all that day), and 12.
Seriously? I don’t like the idea of Ben Affleck being Batman, but that’s just being a drama queen. We didn’t like the idea of Ledger being the Joker either, and look how that turned out. Maybe Ben’ll surprise us all.
NO, NO, NO.
Dixie Chicks’ version of “Landslide” is TERRIBLE.
#18 - Totally lost it at the bush baby. Which could be bad for my neighbors, since it’s 3:45 in the morning.
Well, I know what kind of stuff’ll go on my next shopping list…
Seriously. As a Southerner, these types of desserts are my kryptonite.
Whatever - I’m totally digging #5 and #17.
Want to punch the cream cheese waffle sushi into orbit, though.
This makes me happy - now I have some new recipes to try out.
For the mango one, I do a chili caramel, and I ripple it throughout the ice cream. Either way, I just love chili mango.
I actually did say “I love you” at the end of a non-personal voice mail once (I was requesting info for a camp.)
Man… I hope #19 isn’t for real. That guy is kind of cute.
So #22 is a cascarone, but 100x more fabulous. Which brings up an idea: What if you got some ostrich eggs, dyed/decorated them, and filled them with glitter? Then go CRAZY.
Better yet, you could fill them with anything. Take 24 and 26 to a whole new level. Get some Godiva chocolates or bake a rich chocolate cake in one.
And deck out your ostrich eggs with some of the higher-fashion DIYs. HOLY CRAP, SO MANY IDEAS FOR NEXT YEAR. @__@
And I now need to find my stash of Pokemon cards. I have HUNDREDS, all in plastic in a little case.
Now if I can just make it back to my parents’ house and convince them to help me find them… going to be so disappointed if they’re gone.
Dammit… I can’t look or listen to Van Halen without thinking of Zazz Blammymatazz.
Metalocalypse, I love you, but you have completely ruined that kind of rock for me.
*going through pics*
*stumbles on #16, sees the only difference is a strand of hair* So I want that guy to have my back in a bar fight… he clearly won without a problem.
It’s only frustrating because there’s “right” and “wrong” answers. In my opinion, your choices and reasons suck.
This is the second choice page I’ve been to, and both have “right” and “wrong” answers. Can you not disable that or something?
You know, I didn’t think it was that funny until I read your comment. Now that I think about it… I’m laughing too.
And unfortunately, it IS a pain in the ass when dealing with the constant rumors and interrogations (especially if the questioning party is crushing on your friend.)
However, I wouldn’t trade my friend for anything - not to get people to shut up or to ease the jealousy of lust-struck wenches.
Movie Moments From Your Childhood…
Shakespeare in Love, Romeo + Juliet, Armageddon… Hm.
I think I might have been raised in a strict house, but I would never have considered these for kids.
That’s what I was thinking! The only way it could put you in a good mood is if you completely block out the lyrics. Although I know a LOT of people who do that, so…
Burning Man is doable (I personally plan to attend next year), since it’s only a week. But most of the other items involve taking off a good chunk of time from work. The biggest issue with this list (for me) is not money, but simple responsibility.
If I had a salary or paid vacation, whatever. But it’s hard for me as a cook to just waltz up to the restaurant owner and say, “Oh, hey! I’m just gonna take off a few weeks, maybe a month to go EXPLORING!!” Not saying it’s absolutely impossible, but if you’re working somewhere that requires many hands on deck, you should consider what’s more important - some “fun” time or your obligation to your workplace. Don’t overdo the vacations and push your luck.
I believe you mean “Carpe Diem”. At least that phrase has a sense of class.
#5 The pink in the Diet Dr. Pepper ad implies that she just consumed something that tastes good in an unhealthy way (like a doughnut.)
Basically, Diet Dr. Pepper is so delicious that it can’t be diet.
It’s easier to understand if you’ve seen the other commercials/billboards that are like that.
Not every Sonic does the skate thing. But many are starting to pick it back up.
Also, I seriously miss the Wholly Guacamole dog. That was my favorite thing ever.
Actually, yeah. Throughout my middle school and high school years, we were basically taught to pass the TAKS (Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills) without any real explanation of what we were really learning. There was no passion, no real teaching… just scans and packets.
Needless to say, over half of our students bombed the test.
Then we got a teacher who started really teaching us. he was just supposed to teach Social Studies courses, but he also helped kids with math, English, science, and more. As he taught the students and interacted with staff members, some of the other teachers (the older ones) started to care again. They started teaching like they were supposed to.
So it’s not impossible to fix the system, and it doesn’t cost extra. It just requires a re-ignition of what teachers had.
Oh, man… when he’s singing with Bernadette Peters in The Jerk… *swoon!*
1 and 4… amazing.
The other rubs/massages feel great, but not in a sexual way. More like sweet relief, since I work in a kitchen 6/7 days a week.
#9? That pic is terrifying.
*If I were
If I was God, I’d just say, “Yeeeaaah, no.”
Some people just need to get out of the gene pool. Seriously.
Okay, I’m just gonna say it: all of the ramen soups you have in your list. THAT’S HOW YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO EAT IT.
Ramen is supposed to be the base for a soup that has veggies and meat and stuff in it. That’s why they’re practically free- so that you can get other things and add them to the soup. Then you have a cheap but filling meal.
Wow, really? Just because they’re not Jane Doe and John Smith, their names are wild? Okay, whitey.
Sorry if your ADD has prevented you from following along with the movies. Some of us have the ability to focus on more than one thing, so it’salittle more enjoyable.
And sometimes you need over-the-top movies to counter the overly underdone ones that get pumped out. Yes, I’m looking at you, indie crowd.
I definitely agree on 4, 17, and 20. Especially 4… as a little kid, she won’t get it. But what’s going to happen if her parents actually go through and post that in her senior yearbook? It doesn’t matter what kind of person you grow up to be, how much you love your parents… that would be humiliating at best and socially destructive at worst (especially with kids getting more cruel and disrespectful each year.) 1 and 18 aren’t the best methods, but they’re not really terrible. 3 is harmless fun, 23 is gross (but not destructive), and 24 is just awesome.
That actually made me a little sad, along with 17. Regardless of how trivial it seems to us as adults, smaller children need that attention and closeness. I dunno… maybe they get more of that than the pics let on.
I kind of wish my household allowed the bed fort thing.Ibuilt one whenIwas eight… it wasabunk bed, soIcould tuck the blanket in the bars above.Imadeabookshelf out of some of the blanket, separate from the sleeping portion.
The next morning, my stepfather ripped it down and screamed at me for making one.
First world problems, though,Iguess…
Is it bad thatIalready knew about this about six months ago? And considered buying it?
Probably not something to be “up-to-date” about. :-S