I know all this. I still enjoy meat in moderation.
I know all this. I still enjoy meat in moderation.
I use mine as a dashcam in case someone hits me (again). DC traffic sucks.
Sorry, typo. That should be 1/4 cup salt.
Homemade milk bath (come out feeling UhMazing) 1/2 cup epsom salt
2 tbsp oil (jojoba is great)
1/2 cup quick cooking oats, crushed or blended as finely as possible
1 cup whole milk Start the water running only on hot. Add the oatmeal, salt, and oil, stir. After 3 minutes, turn on the cold. Add the milk. Rinse off with clean water before you get out. The milk is an exfoliant, the oatmeal soothes skin irritation, the salt relaxes, and the oil locks in the moisture. I do this once each weekend and I feel great!
My coworker couldn’t keep her frazzled home life from affecting her work. Late all the time because she refused to find a more reliable babysitter with earlier hours, messing up tasks because she was always on the phone yelling at her husband, and her dress code quickly went from business suits to low cut sweaters and black jeans. She had plenty of warnings over a good 6 month period before she was let go. 30 seconds after leaving the meeting where the bosses decided she would be fired that afternoon (Friday of a long weekend), she walked up to me in the hallway and asked me if I knew if she was about to lose her job. I blurted out “no” and ran to the bathroom. Couldn’t face her for the next 2 hours. I know I shouldn’t have felt guilty because it wasn’t my fault, but I did. But I quickly stopped feeling guilty when I found my bosses no longer felt working moms could keep up. The dads had no problems, because all their wives were SAHMs. It really set 6 of us back in our view of the management when we’d never done anything wrong.
Now they need to address the fact that such basic knowledge about women’s menstruation isn’t passed around.
Odd, but that is about the most romantic gift a man could get for his wife. He really cared for her and his neighbors that he created this simple product, and a way to make money manufacturing it.
That’s assuming the charges WERE made up, and that he wasn’t just pressured to recant.
And we all know Wikipedia is never wrong.
#12 And that’s why the evil evil government (/sarcasm) is considering revamping the food label for real world eating habits. Best for people to know that the half a bag they realistically will end up eating will cost you about a thousand calories.
#16 I say wear what you wanna wear. But this? This is just doing damage to your frank & beans. Your future children are screaming.
And shame on you, Buzzfeed, for not editing the headline to correct your mistake. A 14-Year-Old Boy’s Poem Goes Viral, Appears To Be Copied From Jonathan Reed
A teenager’s poem being hailed on the internet seems to be very similar in theme and style to a Jonathan Reed poem, ‘The Lost Generation.’
No, it’s not. Pull up Reed’s poem and see how the text is different.
How is it plagiarism if the text is different? He wrote it in the style of Reed, he didn’t pass off Reed’s as his own. I would say that he’s learned very well other poet’s influences and is using it as a basis of his own work. That is completely unfair to claim this is plagiarism. Artists are constantly drawing from each others’ works and adjusting their own styles throughout their lives. Now this 14 year old boy with some good potential may be turned off of writing forever. Way to go, stupid internet posters.
#6 No, no, please. Let me see the rest of that video where he hit the bellyflop.
And the upside to a woman president would be extreme patience when dealing with pinheads. As evidenced by this video.
Isn’t it sad that in this day and age we still have to crowbar some people into behaving like human beings?
I like the tabbed separation. Gmail so far has organized everything for me correctly 100% of the time, and in the Promotions tab I routinely use the Unsubscribe function. Because we all know clicking “unsubscribe” at the bottom of the email is really just pausing it for a couple months before it all starts back up again. The email marketers aren’t paying Google’s bills, the sidebar ads are.
That’s not religion. That’s not “being Christian”. The phrase is “Love thy neighbor”, not “love thy neighbor (unless he puts his thingy into other men’s butts)”.
Oh Pat Collins, you and your Shatneresque reporting totally deserve to be at the end of this list. I really needed this list today. Thank you, people who did all these good things.
How about we just not touch ANYONE’s hair without asking?
Telling girls that they shouldn’t attend frat parties is also telling the fraternity brothers that they cannot be trusted to treat people as human beings. Why are they not upset about this? This is almost as much a men’s issue as it is for the women. I was also raped on my college campus, but not by a person related to the school. My college handled everything beautifully, and I am terribly saddened that these women, and thousands more like them, are not being supported through the worst time in their lives.
Wouldn’t that be amazing if she lived to see that day? Let’s hurry it up!
You know who make terrible parents? DUMB PEOPLE. And yet they seem to reproduce at a higher number than average or smart people.
D’oh! Always proofread before you hit send.
We really need to rush these appeals to the SCOTUS so they can settle the debate once and for all. It doesn’t matter if the majority of a people in a state voted for it, discrimination is unconstitutional. It is exactly like Loving V. Virginia.