Because we’re awesome. The End. :)
Because we’re awesome. The End. :)
Honestly, this blogger is in no way my idea of a “fashionista”. I’d never pair a feminine pale green dress with those black boots. Nothing against the ladies modeling, but the choices of clothes and the pairing of the shoes with the outfits, just…ugh.
Yep. This is my life.
That’s what you do to make sure you have fresh fries. It’s a pain for the fry person, though.
I miss the Chicken Fajitas. I’d sneak some of the filling of that stuff when I was supposed to take the dish to the sink to dump the stuff out because it was past time. I never had free burgers — it was always ONE meal during your shift at break 50% off, and you always had to wait until all the other customers were helped first before you were served. We did get free soda, though, as long as it was in these “courtesy cups” (the size of a juice glass). If you wanted a full size soda, you had to pay for one.
#11 - I can still see the scar of the belly button. Unless you are Kyle XY, EVERYBODY has a belly button.
Nasty little f****ers. We have yellow jackets around here, and they are angry ALL the time.
The ladies all look great, but I would have liked seeing Kristen in a color instead of the stereotypical “curvy” girl wearing black. If the stylist and designers are REALLY talented, make colors work.
Oh, how delightfully obtuse you are.
Everything but the ice cream sandwich and donuts = YUCK!
…or even in Michigan. Good god, people, stop whining.
I applaud the author for trying to explain how they feel and help others understand. I wish more of the commenters would stop worrying about what language was used and whether the author was at the same place on the Spectrum as they are. It’s unproductive and potentially hurtful.
So what? These could be paycheck movies, or maybe they just thought movies like these would be fun to do. Not everything has to be Oscar-bait.
Did you just give away the ending?
I thought this was going to be a list of real reasons. Silly me.
It’s official — I’m old. I have no idea of most of what I just read.
I can’t watch this show anymore. I watched 2-3 episodes and was completely grossed out. These people are mentally ill. I can see saving money, but there’s a point where you cross a line. These people are so far past that line it’s merely a blip on the horizon.
So, you can’t drink EVER, or just not more than the three per day? I maybe have one drink every six months or so, but it would be nice to know if even THAT’S a no-no.
So, between the two I’ve been using lately, I’m a bold logical person draped in red lipstick. Niiiiice.
If I remember correctly, it was Ross’ version of “the finger”.
Oh, whatever. What makes all these parents all that and a bag of chips?
The french fry thing? Ugh, that’s just gross. Um, Natalia Andreou? I’m just sitting here, amused at your naivete. I’m sure many parents go into parenthood thinking along the lines of where you are now…then they have children, and WAKE UP. I know that you, as a Know-It-All non-parent will not listen to what I, a current solider of three concurrent child rearing campaigns have to say, so I’ll just suggest that you save this page and all of its comments in a safe place. One day, many years down the road, on some rainy day, when you’ve wiped the last of the spaghetti off of your shirt, the crayon off of your couch, and the mud out of your foyer; after picking up that last cup of motor oil you call coffee…pull up that file…and laugh.
$25 is the minimum for the Add-On items, Prime or not. Drives me nuts.
You are kidding, right? I have Amazon Prime, my parents used to live 30 miles from the nearest “city” and not once did I have an issue with my free two-day shipping. Want stuff faster? MOVE.
Pens, a lighter, and a video game says “Creeper” to you?
I wouldn’t bank on that price matching thing. I was told by Customer Service during a chat in no uncertain terms that they did NOT price match ANYTHING. What I wish they’d do is offer sub accounts for their services. For example, if my family would like to watch Amazon TV, they could sign in using my account, but not be allowed to order anything under the sub-sign on. Another example - I bought my daughter a Kindle and kept it on FreeTime mode. My entire Kindle library would show up as available on the tablet when it was unlocked, and there was no way to enable the Library app in FreeTime so she could read some of the books that were age appropriate without seeing the ENTIRE library, so I had to block the entire app. Same thing with video access. Made the thing useless except for games.