I want that moomin coffee mug.
I want that moomin coffee mug.
#14 is because the people who check to see what’s in stock and keep the shelves filled get desperate or lazy to find something under the same dept. number or price range to make up for sold out sale items. You basically scan until something goes through just to move on.
I solved my problem of being a night owl by just getting a night shift job. 10pm to 6am. Don’t have to deal with traffic. 24 hour stores are my friend. I do feel like a cave troll when the sun comes out. So hurtful to the eyeballs.
I think they all look better now…
buzzfeed promotes itself as the best of the internet, so they’re gonna pull content from other sites. get over it.
well, he seems as lame as most 19 yr olds would be, but he looks pretty
I moved away from FL two years ago. The only thing I miss is Publix cuban sammiches.
I think everyone is missing an opportunity to share here. Instead of criticizing this list for missing hotties and lack of actual beard, start posting pics of those in question and make this the hottest post in buzzfeed history! All of these fellows are very handsome, I would like to see more of their ilk.
I love Wayside Waifs! KC MO represent!
#29 is no longer a mystery. In the doc Resurrect Dead, they tracked down the guy who was doing it.
I played trumpet, and this description couldn’t be more wrong. However, it could be because I chose my instrument based on the persuasion of the band instructor (I wanted to play drums, there were already too many drummers) that was cemented when I saw that one of the hottest guys in school played trumpet. I had no regrets.
I love how dramatic the dog in #5 is when it falls over.
At this point, I probably have about 15 years experience working retail. Really, the only time I hated life at a retail job was a one month stint at Walmart in college (small town, not a lot of other opportunities) where I remember sitting in the break room with my friend and proclaiming that this was the only job I’d ever had that made me want to kill myself or other people. I’ve worked at record stores, movie theaters, video rentals and now Target. What have I learned? Well, what made Walmart suck wasn’t asshole customers. They were there in droves, but it was the asshole staff that made things miserable. And, every retail job I’ve had before or since, my happiness, or unhappiness,at the job wasn’t based on asshole customers. If you have asshole staff, you’re basically stuck seeing those dickheads every day. Jerk customers can be easy to deal with. I’ve found the best way to shut them down is to be unflinchingly polite and helpful, without being a doormat by knowing your shit and shutting down whatever is creating their attitude or argument. I’ve had folks come in, absolutely irate, or thinking they’re being swindled in some way, leave with an apology and a thank you to me. Now, if that doesn’t work and they’re still throwing a dumb baby tantrum, then I gladly hand off the situation to a higher up because, hey, the minimum wage earners in this world aren’t paid enough to have to deal with all that. Sick someone with a salary on them, and walk off knowing you did all you could. I have to say that for every lame ass customer, there are dozens of awesome customers. People who are polite and friendly, and who are grateful for your help and what you do. Sometimes, those sweetheart customers will come to your aid/defense against a assclown customer. Those people are the best. tl;dr: Retail can be a pain, but get over it and look for the good stuff. It will make your life a lot less stressful.
This list is sorely lacking Mr. Wizard, not to mention all the other nature and science shows that were available when I was a kid. Plus, what about Wildlife Treasury Cards? Or, how about being active with your local conservation society?
9/65 I think I’ve grown out of a lot of my people hating ways. I’m definitely an introvert and in no way a people person, but I just don’t let dumb stuff get to me anymore. I think I’ll give the credit to that to meditation. Oh, and anxiety meds.
Tightwad, Missouri. They sell money clips for pennies in their gift shop.
37/75 Who cares about being an adult? It’s all about whether you’re happy or not.
11/60. I thought it would be higher, honestly, but I don’t have the same problems with the ladies that I used to. We’ve made peace with each other. I think they’re still holding a grudge against me for losing weight and thus deteriorating their full on bazoominess. And I say to them, “Sorry, gals” and placate them with fancy bras and cute shirts.
I only tried 3 of these, but I wouldn’t say I’m some fashion expert, I’m just not a sucker for trends, or didn’t have money to blow on trendy stuff. I guess it helps that I was a tomboy and into punk rock and classic hip hop gear more than whatever everyone else was wearing. I bought most of my clothes from the Salvation Army Thrift Store.
It’s a little silicone cup that you can insert instead of using tampons or pads. It sits right under your cervix and collects the blood instead of absorbing it. I recently switched to a cup and I find it’s more comfortable and less fraught with worry (less or no concern for TSS). Putting it in and taking it out the first month is a little strange, but once you get used to it, it’s the best.
I always got a chuckle when I still lived in Missouri and I’d see the signs for the Testicle Festival on the highways. I wanted to go, if only to get a t-shirt. Anyway, the pic in #2 is for another Testicle Festival in Montana. They ain’t got hills like that in no Clinton, MO.
I only know this because I watched the last Project Runway All Stars, but Alyssa Milano has a line of team sportswear called Touch that she started because she was dissatisfied with what was offered for female sports fans. I looked it up in relation to this post, her stuff is pretty cute. I would even consider wearing one of her hoodies. I don’t know how good she is about providing for plus size fans, though. The stuff I looked at went up to XXL, but that all depends on how small her sizing runs.