I am trying to think of circumstances in which it would be advisable to broadcast my mood to other people and I am having a difficult time. I mean, my face is expressive enough already, I don't need my clothes to tell you that I'm pissed off (or horny at inappropriate times).
@slutberry Wow, yeah, there is a LOT of "why didn't they X?" in that critique that is easily answered by reading the book.
There is something really fascinating about juxtaposing Miley Cyrus and Lorde that way, especially "We Can't Stop" right next to "Royals".
I remember reading somewhere that if you are having a craving for something, it is usually a sign of craving a specific nutrient in the food, and that you can sometimes substitute a healthier version to meet the craving. E.g. if you are craving steak, it might be the iron that you need, and you could get it elsewhere. I wonder if craving salt isn't a craving for salt, but rather a craving for something else in your favorite salty food? (not that Salt & Vinegar potato chips have a lot of redeeming nutritional value...).
@granny squares - Boyfriend and I are making garlic green beans and a squash/spinach/cranberry dish as our contributions to the meal.
@j-i-a OMG, yes, that it is exactly how my Dad would dance.
I love how TSwift is rockin' out and Prince William is just kind of awkward white boy moves. That was amazing.
@or Elsa! Yeah, a childhood friend of mine got married and my mother was sad that nothing on the registry seemed special enough. Of course, back in her day, you didn't register for KitchenAid mixers, you registered your china and silver patterns so that people would get you stuff that matched
@Myrtle There is if Mr. Barnes is dead, though, right?
@slutberry there are!