I have always wanted to go to London….but now I really really REALLY want to go to London.
I have always wanted to go to London….but now I really really REALLY want to go to London.
I lived with my parents for a year after moving back from overseas while getting ready to strike back on my own again at the age of 28. I hadn’t lived at home since I was 18, so it was definitely an adjustment. My family definitely realized I was an adult and things like drinking was nbd, but I’ll always be their little girl so dating and sex are still far too awkward to talk openly about. I remember sneaking out of the house in the middle of the night to meet this guy and thinking “When the hell did I regress to 16?” haha but it was a small price to pay for the free rent, utilities, food (although I did buy groceries often), and access to their pool. :-D
I haven’t cried all day, but the dam has been broken now. That poor, sweet man. I hope he found the peace that alluded him in life.
I’ve seen #10 at least 30 times, but the end always gets me. But at least it’s a happy scene. Unlike #46 which left me depressed and sobbing for at least an hour after it ended. Which is crazy, cause it’s right in the title whats going to happen! But it was just something about the way she was so composed and brave, right until that first rock made contact and you could see the fear in her eyes. And knowing that it’s a true story made it all the worse. It’s been years since I watched it, and I feel like crying just thinking about it now!
Normally in her situation, both her children would be killed. But she is given the “gift” of choice, to save one of them. She refuses at first, but than chooses as they are pulling them out of her arms. I’ve only seen this movie once, but that scene is burned in my mind. Its a fantastic movie but I don’t think I could watch it ever again.
Always such a bad move. And a bad move I make over and over and over…..
I wanted to like her but than I saw all her racist and homophobic tweets, and I cannot with her. Racism is not cute, Iggy. http://piggyazalea.tumblr.com/
Ain’t that hard? Speak for yourself. My job is 35 miles one way, so biking/walking is out of the question. I work 8-5, but if I wanted to take the bus I’d have to leave my house at 6:15am at the latest and wouldn’t get home till 7:30pm at the earlier. But hey, it’s my fault for living in Phoenix. I would LOVE to be able to bike or walk. It’s my major motivation for moving out of here.
C’mon….only 10% of Detroit is white yet they make up 100% of this article? There are tons of Black small business owners there. And seeing as Detroit is 80%+ black, I think you could have featured at least one.
I’d like to add forgetting to pack glasses or an extra pair of contacts when going out of town, and being paranoid the whole time that something is going to happen to your lone pair, rendering you unable to see the rest of the trip.
Funny that this post showed up in my recommendations, as I just failed quitting yesterday! I only made it 3 days. :-/ But this post makes me want to try again!
I will never forgive John Mccain for unleashing the horror that is Sarah Palin upon us all. NEVER FORGIVE!
I grew up in a small West Michigan town and I gotta say….from the camo prom to the tractors and lawn mowers, this is pretty spot on.
I’m sure the thousands of people who weren’t sure if their friends or loved ones were alive or dead were not laughing.
But…but CHEESE. I have only met one person who didn’t like cheese. I know a lot of people who don’t eat it cause they are vegan or lactose intolerant or whatever. But to not like it??? I get it though…different strokes and all. But, as a bona fide cheese addict (I seriously have a problem) it blew my mind.
I hate frosting. People always look at me like I just skinned a cat when I scrape it off my cake. (Homemade cream cheese frosting is delicious though…but I can still only tolerate a little of it)
I’m honestly surprised this hasn’t happened already.
Aahh, that video made me wanna run out the door to the nearest airport!
What an odd thing to be bothered by. I can’t say I have ever even noticed what other people on a plane are wearing enough to have any sort of opinion on it. You might wanna loosen up.
Holy overreaction, Batman!
The puns in this article were so bad that they were great.
I almost wrote the whole thing off with the Berry Mayo (Mayo is bad enough as is…) but they won be back right away with the McBubble. Bubble tea is amaaaazing. If American McD’s carried that, I might actually go there!
Anyone who read and loved those books is part of the Harry Potter generation! I didn’t read the first book till I was 15-16 (right after the 1st movie came out…I loved it so much, I had to read the source material!) and I consider myself part of the HP generation. And I always will be!
Man, talk about being kicked while your already down. I feel so bad for the Jersey Shore. :( At least there were no serious injuries.
I really loved that first pictures until I found out the background story. That isn’t okay. I wish people would stop romanticizing history. How else will we continue to progress?
#26. I have that friend. Drives me absolutely insane.
#6 Just yesterday I flew from Seoul to Los Angeles (11hours). Wore leggings and a sweatshirt. Don’t even care.
Summer birthdays are the best, especially once you are an adult! The only reason they sucked as a kid was my late August birthday usually meant school was starting within the week. :-/
Uggghhh, I have had the worst hangovers of my LIFE on whiskey. Pass the tequila, please!
“Ham does not see color. Only faces to hit.” nearly peed myself at this comment.
I can see where the author went wrong, and perhaps why so many people are upset. The use of absolutes to cover such a wide and diverse area is probably not the best idea. But Iâ€™m not sure why so many people are upset with the idea of Americans missing certain aspects of their homeland? I donâ€™t know what Europe has and doesnâ€™t have (never been) but as someone who has lived in Japan for 4 years, I can relate. No one is expecting Europeans (or in my case, The Japanese) to celebrate 4th of July, but itâ€™s something I miss. And while things like pizza, peanut butter, and hamburgers are availableâ€¦the Japanese counterparts taste different and the American versions require you to go outta your way to find. And while there are some stores that stay open past 9pm, none of them are anywhere near where Iâ€™m living. I would politely suggest the author change the article title to reflect the specific area in which she lives and for everyone else to stop being quite so anal. Just because you have it where you live, doesnâ€™t mean it exists throughout the country (they have a lot of things in Tokyo and Sapporo that I donâ€™t have) or in the same abundance it does in the USA.
The link on the homepage says “Brian”. Poor Brian….he didn’t deserve to be fried.
Another reason to love summer birthdays as a kid, you can guaranteed sleep in cause school is out. Plus it’s so far removed from Christmas that your parents have forgotten about how much crap they bought you and your sibs last year and aren’t yet thinking about all the crap they gotta buy this year. So more presents!
The only thing that sucked about my summer birthday, was that it’s at the end of August and was usually just a few days before school started back up. :-\ So I was equally looking forward to and dreading it. Now that I gotta work year round anyway, I love my August birthday! Birthday camping weekend, woohoo!
#5 sounds really weird and gross butIguess whenIthink about it…is it really all that different from mixing ice cream and soda (aka,afloat)?
I live in Japan and work ataJapanese school, andIhad to stop eating school lunchafew months into the job. It really isn’t as healthy as people think it is. The vegetables are usually cooked to hell and back. Lot’s of it is fried and/or very oily. They tend to be extremely carb heavy (noodles and rice in the same meal??). An hour later,Iwould damn near fall asleep at my desk. And by the time 3pm rolled aroundIwould be STARVING. Haven’t had either of thoses problems sinceIstarted bringing my own food. I’m not saying that the school lunch from my home country of the USA is any better, but as an adultIcan cook healthier food for myself. Also whats up with the styrofoam and plastic and the american lunches? My school always used washable plates and silverware.Iremember because 50% of time they weren’t very clean!
What in the fresh hell…
Notagood post to read whenIskipped breakfast and have4hours till lunch. :-\ These all look so good. (Except for the vegemite. Tried it, notafan.)
I’m not sure where you are getting ‘THESE PEOPLE ONLY EAT ONE TYPE OF BREAKFAST!!’ from. Most of the descriptions include things like “a popular breakfast”, “a typical breakfast”, “This country may eat…” which pretty much outright says that it’s one example out of several options. Plus, cereal is boring and nothing to brag about. :-p