I'm pretty sure I'd be one of those dictatorial restaurants where you don't get to choose what to order and they yell at you if you try to make some substitutions. But if you can handle all that, then whatever is eventually served to you is delicious.
@Ladies Who Punch I don't want people to know WHEN I'm having my period, because it gives sexist men an excuse to dismiss me if I'm angry about something. (Not that they won't just assume and do that anyway, but it helps a little.)
@blushingflower I hate the hunt too. In an ideal world, I'd just wake up one morning and clothes that fit me would already be in my bedroom, rather than me having to waste tons of time and energy seeking them out.
I'd like to salute whomever chose the photo to accompany this post.
@supernintendochalmers The kitchenware is really the only convincing slice of pie for me. But then I remember it would be cheaper to just buy all the Le Creuset of my dreams than to pay for an actual wedding.
@iceberg I agree with you 100%. There really is no explanation for the rape/incest exception unless you just think sluts should be shamed and punished.
@I'm Right on Top of that, Rose That song is my jam.
@halloliebchen That is PERFECT.
@polka dots vs stripes I don't ever want to have a baby, but I still love seeing how name popularity changes!
I thought I was the only one who loved the Social Security name database! My name was almost nonexistent until the late seventies, but it peaked quickly in the eighties. I think anyone who's about to have a baby should check it out to make sure their "unique" name hasn't already started trending.