Apparently all abusers are left handed?
Apparently all abusers are left handed?
You’re not supposed to put the styrofoam ones in the microwave. You’re supposed to use a kettle and pour hot water over it. The space is so the noodles can expand, though.
What’s wrong with the one about eating cereal without milk?
Nevermind, I am an idiot.
Why is she wearing German colors if she’s a Belgian fan…?
Ugh, that tattoo… “your inspirational”. Yikes.
Added: This movie is sort of about romance, but it’s a forced relationship on the part of her mom, and it’s more about Penelope learning to love herself and finding her own freedom.
#7 - you’re not supposed to microwave the styrofoam containers. You’re supposed to use a kettle to pour in hot water.
Pretty sure #30 is a York Peppermint Patty, not a Thin Mint.
The “watermelon margarita” links to a pineapple coconut drink.
#36 He actually just can’t distinguish red from green. If his brain just swapped the two, he’d still be able to decipher red and green items, but he’d just personally think of red items as being “green” or green items as being “red”.
It’s not a paid streaming service. The article says it is “ad supported” so it streams free; you just have to watch ads.
#7 - No, no, no. Especially the part about leaving the alcohol you brought. Alcohol is expensive, and I don’t drink that much. Why should I leave a mostly-full $20 fifth at someone’s house just because they invited me over?
Wait, she was so excited about the adaptation of The Hunger Games that she was dying to read the book, but then when she was offered the role, it took her three days and convincing to agree to it?
Egypt, Mexico, Chile, Peru….
#2 Maybe that’s because not everyone is Christian? But you can eat at McDonald’s regardless of your faith.. I guess perhaps unless you are a Hindu.
How does #7 cut down on dish washing? Now I have to clean up mustard, ketchup, relish, mayo on a muffin tin when I could have just put out the squeeze containers of each with literally zero dishes.
It looks like a couple countries did that, like Israel.
That’s how they got the kid in the first place.
#17 is a taco in a bag. And I think you missed a word there in #9
In the state of Kentucky, accidents like this always have fault placed on the driver who rear-ended, except in cases of a vehicle causing a collision by suddenly switching lanes. This was the fault of the motorcyclist. It’s tragic, but the motorcyclist should have been driving at a safe enough distance to be able to stop if there is an obstacle in the roadway, whether it’s a stopped/stalled vehicle, child, large animal, fallen tree, etc.
If you put your cursor on the camera at the bottom, a little pencil will appear immediately to the left of it. You can draw things to put in your chat. Also #1 IS FULL OF LIES
Wait, there’s a technology and transportation district?
5 more days for me…
#10 - In this sentence, “because” is NOT a conjunction. In fact, if you learned FANBOYS (For And Nor But Or Yet So), you’d know “because” is never a conjunction. Conjunctions join two independent clauses. The sentence in 10 has one independent clause (“This made no sense to me”) and one dependent clause (“because I speak English and have never had a head injury”). It is actually a “subordinate conjunction” but will never function like a plain old conjunction.
#10 This is a legitimate marketing technique started by Lucky Strike cigarettes, when they trademarked the “It’s Toasted!” slogan. Even though most/all cigarettes at that point were toasted, their slogan implied that they were special because of this reason. I sort of think that’s what is happening in the Stonyfield yogurt in #7.
One eyes? That’s an egg in a basket.
Goodwill may not be a charity, but at least where I am locally they are a major source of income/jobs for those who may be having issues due to poor backgrounds, mental illness, etc.
#16 - Mexico, Peru, Chile, Egypt…
The main problem with the phrases above is that is belittling to the person experiencing anxiety. Anxiety is not something that can easily be overcome by “just sleeping it off”, “thinking about something else”, etc. It is both a physical and mental barrier. I have had issues with anxiety and when I become anxious, I have a sharp pain in my chest, I overthink and worry constantly, I become impatient and fidgety. It is not something that can easily be controlled, so by saying things like “just sleep it off” or “man up”, etc, you are basically, in a way, calling the person with anxiety stupid, because you are inferring that if they weren’t, they would be able to just “snap out of it”. Nobody WANTS to have anxiety, and it doesn’t make sense to say those things because obviously if it were that easy, no one would have issues with anxiety. If someone you know is experiencing anxiety, ask them if they’d like to talk about what they’re feeling. Don’t judge them; just listen. Often they are not looking for advice. Give them a glass of water. Ask if there’s anything you can do for them. If you think there’s something that might help, don’t approach the person as if you’re an expert on the subject. Instead of saying, “Just do this breathing exercise. It’ll help you calm down!”, say something like, “Have you tried this? It works for me when I’m stressed.” Often people with anxiety have tried a lot of things to ease their anxiety with no luck. If someone is having a panic attack, speak to them calmly. Have them sit down. Try to get them to focus on their breathing (often panic attacks are fueled further by hyperventilating). Bring them water and try to get them to drink it slowly. Assure them that they are okay. If it continues for a long time, contact a doctor. Generally panic attacks are not life-threatening but they are very scary.
I disagree. I look terrible in flared jeans and bootcut. I like slim jeans like skinny jeans but not the “jeggings” which are skin-tight. I am short so I end up rolling up the cuffs of the pants, which probably helps offset any weird shape.
46. Harry’s parents basically killed themselves by being idiots and not carrying their wands with them at all times and not making themselves the secret keeper of their own house.
I didn’t think anything was gross until I got the orgasm by feet. I don’t want anyone’s nasty feet anywhere near that area.
I think a lot of these come from american media, much like a lot of stereotypes Americans hold about other countries is from their media. The raccoon thing is weird, as is the yogurt thing (maybe they play activia or those annoying yoplait phone commercials a lot?) though.
A desert island is much different than a deserted island….
#7 - what are the two pronunciations of “zeitgeist” ?? I studied German and pronounce it the way it would be pronounced in German (as it’s a German word) and have never heard it pronounced differently. I’m in the US.
Like every grocery store now?
Can we talk about her bowl cut tho