Sneakers, boys, and tacos. User pic borrowed from lepas.tumblr.com
NO ONE benefits from Adam Levine being told in glossy print that he is the Sexiest. And yes, what of Tom Hiddleston because of the dancing and gracious geek servicing? And what of Idris Elba because of the everything?
@fabel There is nothing wrong with doin' juice as long as you are eating actual solid whole foods that day, too.
@redridinghoodrat Meanwhile, growing up LDS means I've fasted for a day once a month almost my entire life, and that's always been nothing but beneficial. Except for an occasional case of whines.
Did the "Master Cleanse" in my twenties. Threw off my digestive tract for 9 months and got thrush for life. In the words of my mother, ta dah!
@Banana Stand Money This is also my technique. My only solution to too much has been to scrub my arms in cold water and unscented soap from finger tips to shoulder, towel vigorously, then stand for twenty minutes in a strong breeze.
@I'm Right on Top of that, Rose I don't have trypophobia, but looking at them... makes my vaj feel weird? Repelled/compelled. Must touch the seed pods/must barf down my own tee shirt.
On "The Logic of Stupid Poor People," Or, the Only Thing Worth Reading About the Barneys "Shopping While Black" Arrests
@peasofmind It is insane how many $11/hr jobs in my city (LA) require at least a bachelor's degree, even if your area of study has nothing to do with the job description. I never finished my degree, and it's been a burden. But I'd say my friend's 80,000+ student loans are a bigger burden.
@iknowright This is my foremost fear about astral projection. What if someone jumps in, and I get stuck outside???
@testingwithfire Theodora's preference was definitely not men. Her real preference was anyone that would let her be the center of attention all the places all the time.
Ugh. So much to say about this book. I am really lucky that I have an older brother that has read EVERY BOOK EVER, and any time he hears I am reading something he is fond of, he calls me up so he can excitedly discuss it with me. So tender.
Speaking of tender: Anyone read Tenderness by Robert Cormier??? Maybe not spooky, but definitely upsetting.
@peculiarity I finally read the Haunting of Hill House this month. I gasped and screaming into my palm at least a dozen times. The holding hands bit was my favorite part.