Forgot to mention, I’ve lived in Indiana for the last 15 yrs, so it’s my current neighbors who get confused :)
I think the question “what part are you from” is a perfectly valid question, as long as the conversation is happening between two Michigan natives who are outside of Michigan at the time of the conversation. I’m not from Detroit proper, but if I try to tell people the name of my home town (Romeo) I just get confused looks. If I say I’m from Detroit, people at least have a general sense of where I’m from. And I have enough friends/family that live within the city limits that the vibrant city life is not alien to me. Since other Michiganders I bump into take the same approach to identifying their “home town,” it makes perfect sense for us to ask for clarification by saying “which part?”
Response to The Knitted Skeleton:
I’m impressed by the shaping on the skull and the pelvis, but otherwise it’s a LOT of I-cords. Which is kind of impressive in itself, since the artist clearly did not get bored and give up.
Response to 25 Things Mormon Girls Love:
Thanks for answering this one! my brief search just turned up “deep tendon reflexes” and I couldn’t figure out what this had to do with the pictured couple’s loving gaze.
Response to Proof That Photoshop Is Killing Creativity:
#15 is body paint, not photoshop. If there is any photoshop in that ad, it’s to smooth out the groin area (though it is more likely that the models are wearing hemless/seamless bikini bottoms - the women’s equivalent of a posing pouch)
Response to If You Were A Cat, What Would Your Name Be?:
Judge Snuggly Von Litter
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