“… because an escalator can never break; it can only become stairs.”
“… because an escalator can never break; it can only become stairs.”
Well, it’ better than getting food poisoning AT her wedding, like I and some of my guests did from a broken dishwasher in the banquet hall that we paid thousands to book.
I read here that she was 2 or 3, but other sources have her at 1, and if what the grandmother says is true, that she was born last August, that would put her at 13 - 14 months. I have a 19 month old daughter who is afraid of things like the vacuum cleaner, so I cannot even fathom what a 13 - 14 month old went through in that situation. Hopefully you’re right, and she doesn’t remember it. I tend to over-empathize with situations like these now that I have a kid, and this just breaks my heart. It’s not her fault the mother did what she did, but she’s left to suffer. Life’s really not fair.
I really feel bad for the child who was in the car with her mom. Whether or not the woman’s death was justified (there is not enough information to make a real conclusion at the moment, but it seems she repeatedly drove through barriers in a VERY protected location, hundreds of miles from where she was supposed to be), the child witnessed both her mother possibly having a psychotic break and then saw her being shot to death within a few moments. It HAD to have been scary for her. I can’t imagine what that poor kid felt in those moments.
The baby in #7 looks like Amy Poehler.
Painting my daughter’s room a shade called “Poetic Princess.” Ran a search for pricing on that color. Got 80 million teen-angsty Tumblrs instead of paint.
Right there with you. My degree has gotten me where I am, and I’ve not regretted it once, even during the time that I was briefly unemployed. The right degree is worth it.
And Holyoke (HUY-oke), Billerica (Bill-RICK-a), Woburn (WOO-burn), and then there’s Leicester and Scituate. lol
Then don’t be; editors usually read ALL the words. The VIDEO that is linked takes place at the Empire State Building; there was no mention of the location shown in the gif.
Ah, another one buys into the high fructose corn syrup myth, and it IS a myth (it is no worse for you than sugar). How about plain old overindulgence? I never gave up my one DD coffee a day in the time that I lost 40 lbs, just switched from cream and sugar to skim and Splenda, and, you know, didn’t eat as many calories of anything. Just because it exists doesn’t mean you have to choose to eat it; if someone chooses to run a red light and gets in a car accident, should they blame the red light?
Um, because the title of this list is… aww forget it. SMH.
I call BS on #23. I am 9 years older than 25 and shop at American Eagle all the time, especially for jeans. AE is one of the EASIEST stores to shop in because they run so big, and a lot of their clothes can be flattering to us old hags, too, if we know what we need to stay away from. Staying away from clothes that make you look like you’re trying to be an age you are not? That is difficult at EVERY store, except MAYBE Banana Republic…
Cute baby. Don’t much care for the parents, but I can’t deny the cuteness; I didn’t even realize what I was clicking when I clicked it, just wanted to see cute bebeh.
I am happy to report that the only drinking problem I have is when I spill water on myself (which is quite often). Gotta love the 80s.
Sort of the same concept but different timing: I didn’t understand the concept of re-runs, and when Nickelodeon played re-runs of the Monkees back in the 80s, I thought that Davy was about 19 years old and “sooo cute!” I felt so betrayed when “Nick Rocks” started playing their reunion video for “Heart and Soul” and he was older than my dad! As an aside, Davy died the day my daughter was born and after I was wheeled back in from my C-section and heard the news, I cried.
#8 is common knowledge to anyone who plays that stupid game, and the people who don’t couldn’t care less.
That CAN’T be comfortable…
I was hit by a distracted driver who missed a turn, and I ended up in the hospital with a fractured cervical vertebra. The day I was discharged, I was told I needed someone to watch me overnight, just to be sure I was okay, and he agreed. An hour later, he told me, “I can’t do this anymore” and hightailed it out of there, leaving me alone in my apartment with a fractured neck and nobody to check on me.
I don’t know, I’ve always found bangs on a guy to be super sexy. Planet, even.
Oh my… I don’t even… bahahahahahahaha!
That photo should be number 1 all the way. The others could have been prevented. This cannot be (eff you; cocoa butter and Bio Oil do NOT prevent 100% of stretch marks). But it is worth it if you are a “kid person.”
At first I thought that this was maybe written by a man (I rarely check the byline) but no such luck. Then I thought maybe she has never been pregnant, or is one of those ladies who goes from zero to maternity in ten seconds. I used the trick for a good three months. I had to hide my pregnancy at work for my first trimester, and a new wardrobe would have been a dead giveaway, as well. Not to mention I didn’t even fit “right” in maternity clothes until I was almost seven months along, since the baby sat more on my spine and I never “popped.” This one is definitely NOT useless…
I think this serves as a nice guide for the rest of us who may be ignorant of some religious and social practices of Orthodox Jews. I am not Jewish; I’m not even sure how Christian I am. I have been lucky enough to get to know many people from many different religious and cultural backgrounds, and just like Christians (and Hindus and Buddhists, etc), not all Jews are the same, religiously or otherwise, and one of my best friends in my first years of college was an Orthodox Jew (we’ve since lost touch but I think I may look him up on Facebook). I DO get a little too excited around Jewish holidays because the Kedem Apple Juice goes on sale for $2 a bottle, and the Grape Juice is $3.99.
Yeah,Imajored in biophysics and most of the items on this list still apply to me.Ithink that any educated individual, regardless of major (I really should have put “irregardless” just to piss you off, but there’s no such thing asasarcasm font) can relate to most of these statements. That said, undergrad major is not as important once you are out of college as it is when you areastudent. You’ll learn that soon enough.
Ouch, harsh. In fact, I see your little copy/paste “jackass… jerk” comments and think, “HYPOCRITE.” If you are so quick to call names when posters have very good points, I cannot imagine how you’ll teach your children to behave when faced with things they don’t agree with. From the looks of it, obviously not very civilly. So how ‘bout YOU not procreate, mmmkay? Also, “over-flatted” is not a word.