The last time I was in a maternity ward, I wondered who that baby was who just wouldn't stop crying? "I feel bad for that baby's parents," I thought.
Five minutes later, I met my new baby brother, wheeled in to the room by a harried-looking nurse. "He wouldn't stop crying," she said.
he has been crying ever since. I feel somewhat responsible.
(Not really. He's a teenager now and he's just a great kid. Congratulations to your sister and the whole family, Michelle!)
I got a fanny pack full of glue products shipped to me at Jezebel and it was pretty much the best thing that happened to me during my tenure at Jezebel.
Next let's have a co-star from She's All That start a cult based on Freddie Prinze Jr.'s hacky-sack scene.
What's it all about? Synchronicity... Time... Hack... y... sack...
@Danzig! LON is clearly smirking a little. I feel like when she took this picture many weeks ago, she had a feeling that some time and an Oscar later, it would be photoshopped into a picture of Matthew McConaughey.
By Danzig! on Friday Open Thread
I feel like Matty just said something rude so LON is miffed while Michelle is just chuffed to be there. Also y'alls heads are tiny
@coolallison Dude, the whole credit system is like something out of a dystopic novel. I will never get over the fact that checking your score lowers your score. $58, aaaahhhh.
So the hubs and I have decided that we might actually be sticking around in this city, and that maybe it's time to buy a house. So we filled out the pre-qualification forms, thinking it will be no problem. We both have rockin' credit. And then today, the mortgage lady calls me to tell me that there is a $58 medical bill that has been sent to collections, and my credit score has plummeted from where it was just like, a month ago. I had no idea that I owed anyone $58, but I would have paid that ish off had I known about it. And now, it's really putting a damper on our home-buying plans. For $58?!? I was all mad that someone could send it to collections without me knowing about it, but after talking to the agency, it sounds like they were sending it to a really old address plus with my maiden name, so I guess that's why I had no idea? STILL THOUGH. HOW CAN A $58 DOCTOR BILL RUIN MY CREDIT SO BADLY? Ugh.
I mean, it's paid now and I'm sure it will all be fine, I just wanted to vent for a minute.