@cosmia That sounds like heaven. I love weird fairs and I love Canada, so I'm going to spend my afternoon trying to make a trip to the Ex and dreaming of cheap makeup and red velvet pulled pork.
@Valley Girl ha! I actually had someone say "I'm a hugger!" to me when we were first introduced. I am very much anti-hug (unless we are very close), so I immediately took a step back, said "I AM NOT. UP TOP" and then awkwardly high-fived him.
@This is my new username @iceberg YOU'RE WELCOME
My family's from Southeast Asia so I can attest to the grossness of balut and durian fruit. My cousins decided to haze my American husband by making him eat balut and they gave him the exact same advice: eat in a darkened room and whatever you do, don't look down.
There's an ice cream parlor that sells durian ice cream in San Francisco. They keep it in the back, away from all the other ice cream drums. It tastes like how sun-baked dirty diapers smell, only creamy.
ETA: the grossest thing I've ever eaten is barbecued chicken intestine. It mostly tasted like texture (read: very, very chewy) until I bit down and a slimy mush slipped out of the muscle.
@frigwiggin oh, I just finished Eleanor and Park and it is so, so good. It wrecked me in all the best ways.
@@serenityfound OH MY GOD. I did not recognize him without the Will Scarlett dirty sanchez moustache. He's much prettier when he's not in character.
@Hot Doom Preach. The body is beyond reproach. Everything north of his shoulders, however ...
@redheaded&crazy mmm Sean Bean. He's the only reason I watched that crap "Lady Chatterley" mini-series.
Also the comments are hilarious and wonderful. Moar GIFs, please.