5/5 and also NPR junkie.
5/5 and also NPR junkie.
THAT IS THE WRONG DARCY.
That bib necklace in #3 looks like it has caviar on it.
In #19 you forgot the most important reason the PG rating is inappropriate: David Bowie’s package.
#4 Protip: Sew just that bit of the shirt closed. You can hide the stitches pretty easily.
I GET THAT MISTBORN REFERENCE AND IT’S REALLY COOL! ALSO I’M CELEBRATING NATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY.
In #7 that seam doesn’t even look like it’s unraveling. Get a pair of scissors and clip that thing. Problem solved.
I like that you picked the guy from the German band Unheilig for #17, as I believe him to have the silliest facial hair ever.
You missed the real absolute worst.
As a 29-year-old Millenial married to a 40-year-old guy, I’m perfectly entitled to have a crush on any of these guys.
I feel ripped off. I just got a card.
Thank you for making an incredibly specific list that corresponds exactly to my current lifestyle!
Hell, having a baby would have cost us $10,000 without insurance at the hospital we used. Insurance is really important!
My two year old may or may not get to make most of our music decisions.
And I’m American and don’t really like either! Yay differences!
Okay, I’m an American and I don’t really get a lot of these myself, but if you think pie is overrated it’s just because you haven’t had my grandma’s pie and I feel bad for you.
In most other countries, you don’t need to tip because the workers aren’t making an actual wage. People aren’t being rude or being jackasses, they just expect servers, etc. to be treated and paid like human beings.
GRRM, DON’T KILL NATHAN FILLION!! PLEASE!
Nope! It’s usually based on experience, or in my state, your students’ standardized test scores.
No! Those are really terrible. I’m on my second pregnancy and while I have some, they’re not that deep/numerous. At first they were red and angry-looking but now they’re just white lines. And there are only a few on my belly.
I’m on pregnancy number 2 and mine are definitely not that bad. They looked bad at first when they were red and new (although again, not that bad) and now they’re just vague white lines.
Johnny Depp is from Kentucky!
#9 is from Mental Floss, not whatever random blog you found it on. It’s a t-shirt.
As an English minor, I once had to read A Room of One’s Own three times in one semester. Good times.
Dealing with Dragons!?!? I loooved that book! There was a whole series and they were all great and funny and wonderful and now I can’t even find them. Nostalgia!!!
1. Where is Baby Alive?
2. Where are the Baby-Sitter’s Club dolls? We couldn’t afford an American Girl Doll, but I had Claudia, damn it!
3. The counter on my Skip-It was totally inaccurate. I checked.
I HAD A TOTALLY HAIR BARBIE!!!! She was my favorite.
Yeah, my 54-year-old mom uses Chrome. Also, Miss Cellania, you’re cooler than the average parent of a millenial…
Hey naked lady on the floor! I’m pretty sure swans are kinda mean. You might want to watch out for that.
Yeah, I thought my friend was crazy when she talked about how great babies smell, but then I had one and I’m still addicted to smelling the top of his head. Completely different than spit-up and diapers.
It’s definitely not just aging. She definitely had something done with her eyes. The wigs don’t help either and she looks much more normal once they let her have the short hair, but she doesn’t look like herself either. I honestly thought in the first couple of shots that they had recast her until she started talking.
Why on earth were the three LOTR movies not adjacent (and in order)?
I liked 95% of it but the very, very end was a cop-out.
I get a million nerd points! All 14 Wheel of Time books (with terrible covers) and I looooved Mistborn (although I read it with a different cover)
I can’t get my snipping tool to save, but this is the image. I don’t have any stuff on my background.
Nope. Not enough.
You must be doing something really right as a parent.
You just shut your whore mouth about red weddings.
I’M SHIPPING THE HOLY HECK OUT OF SHERLOCK AND JOHN WATSON!
You forgot this one.