Decemberween, Decemberween, you’re 55 days after Halloween…
Decemberween, Decemberween, you’re 55 days after Halloween…
I’ve been at my internship part time for a year now. It pays well. Sadly, it’ll be ending in 3 weeks when I am finished with my classes for my Master’s Degree. It’s been a good experience, although I can definitely relate to the boredom on this list… So many days of staring at a wall for 8 hours, quickly pulling up a spreadsheet when someone walked by…
Best mashed potatoes: peel, boil, drain, and mash about 4 potatoes. Mix in 8 oz cream cheese, 8 oz sour cream, and half a stick of butter. I use a hand mixer to get them nice and smooth. So yummy.
Next you need to read the books and do a review of them :)
I really wish the Game Show Network or some channel would air Supermarket Sweep again… That was one of my favorite game shows. So many hams and turkeys flying everywhere…
I’ve got lots of flat ones on my back, shoulders, neck, stomach, everywhere. I don’t know if they are actually moles. I had one frozen off once because it was itching and I was scared it was melanoma, but the doctor said it wasn’t an actual mole and was something called “seborrheal keratosis” or something like that. Apparently those look like moles but aren’t dangerous. My right arm has a pattern that looks like a soup ladle.
Omg #16. When I was a kid, we went on a vacation and we also went to a Cardinals game where we saw Mark McGwire hit his 500th and 501st home runs. We get back home and take the film to Walmart and they ruined the film. No vacations or witnessing-history pictures for us :(
Well, I guess I need to log on to Pottermore for the first time in forever. I need to read this!
Omg #1! One day, TLC played an all-day marathon of Dateline Mysteries. We had planned to do some cleaning that day, but instead we sat in front of the TV for approximately 9 hours watching episode after episode. We’re 23.
I got 68 but I’m actually 23.
I’d probably try it but, alas, no 7-11 stores are in Tennessee :(
Ohhhhhh… Duh, self. Thanks!
I feel dumb. What am I missing on #23?
Nancy Drew and Harry Potter.
I had McDonalds for one meal when I went to London last year. I don’t remember much of a difference in the burger, but I remember the fries tasting more bland. Supposedly, their apple pies are better than ours, but I didn’t try one.
It’s so crazy how, as a child, I thought there was nothing wrong with a panty raid in a Spongebob episode. The whole concept flew over my head, obviously. I thought it was funny because I was a kid and anything about underwear was funny. Now it’s creepy. And still funny.
I think the guy who does the subtitles for this show should get a raise. Sometimes I find myself laughing more at the subtitles than the actual show.
How could I have forgotten about #2?? The rainbow shell one was the best!
OMG Yes. I’m about to get mine soon, tomorrow probably. Thankfully I’m very regular and my body warns me about a week beforehand, so I usually put on a pad when I get the warning signs, that way I don’t have a surprise start at an inconvenient time. The worst part is day 1 and 2 waking up and feeling it flowing out and back/to the side, and jumping out of bed and running to the bathroom to avoid a leak. That, and standing up after sitting for a while and it all comes out at once. So much waddling.
I tend to get them right before my period. And they always end up in awful places like right where my nostrils connect to my face, inside my nose, or inside my ear. I don’t know how it happens, but it sucks and hurts.
#2 … Or, you could just do simple math and figure it out yourself… 9.98/19.99 = ~50%
Last year I flew to JFK airport at night. There were so many lights on the ground, it was beautiful! I couldn’t really see any skyscrapers. Not sure if I was on the wrong side of the plane to see them or what. I wish I could have gotten a clear picture of it, but there was a lot of wind/turbulence as we were landing.
Once, in your neighbor’s treehouse, you had a staring contest with a bowl of dog food that had been sitting outside for two months.
This is taking it a little too far. Unless the boys had no dress code and could wear whatever they wanted, which I highly doubt, there’s no reason to make a big deal about this. At my high school our dress code said something like shorts had to be at least the length of a dollar bill, and tank top straps had to be at least the width of a dollar bill. Boys weren’t allowed to sag their pants. There were several other rules but I can’t remember them. If anyone got caught breaking dress code, they either had to have someone bring them other clothes or had to wear something suitable from a lost and found type box in the office. Boys caught sagging pants had to wear suspenders if someone didn’t bring them other pants or a belt.
I can kill the teeny tiny ones on my own, but any bigger than a dime I have to have someone else kill it. I’m too scared to get close enough to smash it. Although, sometimes in my basement we find those huge house centipede things with 1000000 legs. Those are 100x worse.
#3 … How uncomfortable would that be to wear?? Seems like it would fall off easily, unless your fingers are square-shaped…
I saw a Chinese restaurant called “Wok and Roll”
You don’t like Jell-O?!? I just made Jell-O Jigglers the other day. Brought me straight back to childhood. There’s always room for Jell-O.
Mine starts with E. I liked it because I was never the very first one to have to do things in class, but I’m the kind of person who likes to do presentations, etc. towards the beginning because sitting in class listening to a bunch of other people do theirs makes me more nervous.
The last person at all the graduations I’ve been to has gotten the most applause, since everyone is so relieved that they don’t have to keep sitting there listening to a bunch of names. :)
You got: Mint chocolate chip
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There’s nothing quite as refreshing as a nice scoop of mint chocolate chip, and nothing quite as refreshing as spending an afternoon with you. You clear all of the muck and mire out of people’s lives, bringing a calm coolness back into their lives that can’t be understated. At the same time, you aren’t afraid to get real — like the chocolate chips, you can have a hard edge. But that’s why people love you.
You got: 9 children and an idiot lover You will end up with someone you texted in the last day. Before that, you will move across the country to be with someone who will turn out to be an idiot. You will have 9 children. You and your lover will have the same number of letters in your first name.
How do you get the Play Doh in the balloons? Seems cool but really difficult…
I got Toad and I always pick Toad! Yay!