Response to Can You Pass This Really British Spelling Test?:
You got 14 out of 14 right! A You’re amazing at spelling British words, well done! American, and the closest to Britain i’ve ever been is Vancouver BC
So, not close at all.
Response to The Most Polarizing Food Question In History:
brownie edges should be illegal. i wish there was a special NO EDGES pan.
Response to 27 Ingenious Ways To Eat Healthy On A Budget:
We’re talking somewhere around 1 billion cattle (bulls and cows) in the world alone. And man do cows fart A LOT. Plus they eat stuff that is super land and water intensive to grow.
Just bought #5 in the darker wash that does not have ripped knees, and they fit like a dream. I’m 5’6” 275 and the size 22 stay up. (I always have to go up a size in Levi’s)
The waistband does not stretch out much, and the waist does not dig in when I sit down. (it’s stretchy, but goes back, instead of stretching out and staying that way like so many other jeans do) Plus, they are a midrise, but no surprise butt cleavage when I lean over. That is a goddamn miracle.
The only downside is that the leg opening is quite wide and does not stay pegged. It will stay cuffed/rolled but any pegging to that roll comes out in about 4 steps. This could just be because I have large calves.
A girl that was in front of us at a concert complimented my pants as we were leaving, saying that every time she turned around at the show and saw my pants she was like UGH I love those pants! and so she had to tell me.
It felt pretty nice to get a compliment, but also she was an awesome person for doing something like that in general. I hope that this is a growing trend.
As a person who has chronic tension headaches from jaw clenching, and also menstrual migraines, I would highly recommend the heat packs. Either the disposable ones, or the reusable microwave ones. ThermaCare or similar iron filled type are non medicated, the SalonPas flat kind do have medicine.
Also the lavender or similar scented massage oils rubbed into your temples is helpful at least to take the edge off. (I rub quite roughly and deeply to ease the muscle tension along my temples and upper jaw/cheek for a good 2-3 minutes, and the relief seems to last for about an hour or two)
I clench my face and jaw almost 24-7 and whenever I realize it’s happening I immediately relax all of my face muscles until they won’t relax any further. It probably looks dopey, but it does help.