The ghost who hates spills. Probably my favorite episode, besides the musical one.
Response to 23 PMS Hacks That Just Might Actually Work:
Ok, but what you need is Red Raspberry Leaf tea, not just any raspberry tea. The distinction is important.
Also for resist techniques, though you’d also need some paint for that.
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Response to 16 People Who Made The Tough Call:
Yeah, I’ve been a cashier at a grocery store. And it actually is super duper easy. Sorry. It’s exhausting, mind numbing, and boring, and half the time I was jumping out of my skin because of the monotony, but it didn’t really take a whole lot of skill or brain power.
Not bubble wrap! That is a suffocation hazard! But if bubble wrap is your only option, Make sure that bubble wrap is also organic and recyclable. Danger is everywhere.
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If they had taken turns, they probably both would have died. Notice that Jack did not drown. He dies because of hypothermia. That is how most of those people died, in fact, and even with Rose on the raft she was so weak from hypothermia herself that she barely survived. Jack tried to get on the raft, and he almost capsized it, so it was a logical choice to not risk getting on it again. Even if he technically could have fit, the extra weight was the bigger issue. Especially since the important thing wasn’t just to stay afloat; it was to stay out of the water.
When I was in middle school, I went to an inner city school where whites were a minority. I got picked on constantly because of my race, to the point that I was afraid to go to school because I thought I would get beat up. I missed half of my school days that year, claiming to be sick, because I was afraid for my safety. People would look at me and say, “are you Russian? I hate Russians. You’d better watch your back.”
My five year old asked me this year, “Is Santa really real?”
I asked him, “what do you think?”
He says, “I just don’t think that it’s possible for him to get all the way from the North Pole to our house in one night when the North Pole is so far away.”
My reply: “magic.”
And he says, “but how can Santa use magic if magic is not real?”
I told him that magic exists in his imagination. He didn’t respond to that, but from the look on his face I’m pretty sure he is just too logical to believe in Santa. Oh, well.
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My son suddenly developed a fear that the light fixtures we’re going to fall from the ceiling and crush his daddy. He cried in the corner for hours, and spent an entire day with his eyes shut, even while eating his dinner and walking around the house.