Look, we have to draw the line somewhere. It's a nippley slope...
So, you didn't care for it?
This relates to both TY notes and buying fancy things: social stationery. Owning a supply of engraved (and yes, they really ought to be engraved) note cards with your monogram is a small luxury that you'll enjoy, as will every recipient of your notes. And frankly, it makes writing thank you notes a treat in and of itself, as you think to yourself, "Well, I may live in a rent-controlled, slum-adjacent apartment and buy all my wine at Trader Joe's, but I also have fancy paper with my initials on it!"
Oh, and make sure the envelopes are lined. Seriously, no skimping.
Yes, I know - I am the worst. But I'll still be purchasing your book, if that's any consolation.
On "When the female finally got dressed, she attempted to put a cheeseburger on her foot as if it were a sandal"
I'm particularly impressed by the original article's use of the subjunctive mood.
@olivebee: There is a huge drawback to this plan though - you will be flying Southwest.
@Ophelia: "No, no, no. Not like that, Judy. 'Blow' is just an expression..."
@KeLynn: In my family, none of us like to sit with our backs to windows, due to the danger of being shot by snipers.
@Countess Maritza: Are those two options different?