Yours truly, Megan
@stonefruit You got this, girl.
@bitchycrosstownexpress CONGRATULATIONS. I'm in the "looking for apartments" with my future-shacker-upper and would trade places with you in a heartbeat. As it is, I fall in love with everysingle spot we see, and he has to talk me off the ledge when we don't get it. This weekend, bless his heart, he is going to look at places without me so I can do housepackingup stuff (I've been in my place for five years, he's been in his place for 8 months, so I've got a lot more to get done) but I think also so he doesn't have to convince me why every single spot isn't OMG PERFECT WE NEED TO LIVE HERE I WILL DIE IF WE DON'T LIVE HERE OMG.
Anyway, three cheers for shacking up and goodluck with your moooooooooove.
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@Brunhilde Agreed. It's like those people with cancer that would rather grow tumors than make their lives better. Why can't they just stop?? Ugh.
I have one! I still use it!! Get the good one - skip the kids plaything.
I use mine to make "beach glass" from fancy bottles. Basically, I go to a party, grab an empty bottle of champagne on the way out the door, smash it, throw the big pieces (especially the neck) into the tumbler with some grit, and let the thing run for about 2-3 days. When I open it back up, VOILA! the thing is full of mementos from the party. I use the glass pieces to top the soil in my potted plants or to fill the bottom of my fishtank.
@mlle.gateau You're only eligible for Social Security benefits if you've paid into the system, so if you're a mid-century babe who expects to stay at home (thus not paying into the system) you need to rely on your husband to pay in so you can get benefits later. I think they are cleverly saying "you'll find a husband if you use deoderant."
@oh! valencia Agreed - HOW MANY IS SOME?! I spent way too long looking for the answer (I know it's more than 12, BUT HOW MANY!?)
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On GTFO, Prom
God help them, these are the same kids who are convinced that they can't get good jobs once they graduate from college because the economy is terrible.
And, this: The Mojave is a big desert and a frightening one. It's as though nature tested a man for endurance and constancy to prove whether he was good enough to get to California.
- John Steinbeck (Travels with Charley)