I'm from the government and I'm here to gri...help.
@themegnapkin I'm with you on this. I've been in love only once, and the moment I knew I was in love happened in my kitchen. The relationship turned out to be an unmitigated disaster and it took a solid year after it ended for me to walk past the spot of my, er, "ephiphany," without being haunted by it. I think being NEAR her home so she can get there fast, but not IN her home, is the best way to go.
I don't understand...she's attractive, why aren't they flattered? It's...why, it's almost like creepy behavior is creepy no matter who is doing it!
Oh, nononononononoNO. "Auntie Mame" does not need to be remade. Only rewatched.
"Mr Murphy said the ewe in question was raising the geep 'just like a lamb.'"
Well, of course - he's still her kid!
Jia, this is fantastic and clever...and true.
As a "Seinfeld" aficionado I hope you dig the show (the opening of the Little Jerry episode is one of my favorite scenes of any show of all time) but as someone who gets a kick out of not really falling in line with what everybody else luuuuuuuuurves (Beyonce? Meh, okay.), if you don't like the show then go ahead and get down with your bad, contrarian self.
I am a firm believer that if you are enjoying yourself, all dancing is "good" dancing. I'll take someone who lacks moves but is out doing *something* over a person who refuses to dance ANY and EVERY day.
Well, except the Elaine Dance. That is objectively terrible and hilarious.
I was walking down the street when I thought I heard this voice say
'Hey, ain't we walking down the same street on the very same day?'
I said, 'Hey, señorita, that's astute;
Why don't we get together and call ourselves an institute?'
@Lily Rowan I don't trust FB to actually keep people from seeing things even with filters. So I just don't say something unless I'm fine with all of my friends seeing it.
@Lauren_O'Neal I'd lay money she's unfamiliar with "needs washed" unless she has relatives in Pittsburgh (my hometown) or elsewhere in western PA. There are only two things eastern and western PA have in common linguistically. One is to say "PA" instead of "Pennsylvania" (which is statewide, really) and the other is "hoagie." I'd never even heard of "I'm done my homework" until this very post. But yesterday as I put my hair up in a gumband (western PA word, originally a rubber band but long since extended to also mean hair tie) I was telling someone how it (my hair) totally needs cut.
@Julie the T Whatever her two cats are currently doing or did earlier that day.