suuuuch a waste of paper and energy. wouldn't it be really annoying and unsanitary to take the toilet paper out of a box every time you go to the bathroom?? i hate this!
here is a new development in tp technology that actually seems like a good idea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PtgIVQNdvg
why hasn't anyone thought of this before?!
this gallery makes me believe that maybe stephen merchant and little 5'1" me could get over our height difference and make it work.
weird weird weird flavor combinations...gherkins and cocoa?!
i know this is ridiculous, but reading stuff like this, by and about big-boobed ladies and their adventures of self-acceptance, makes feel like i'm missing out on a big (literally) important part of being a girl, namely having and dealing with breasts. i have this one bra at the back of my underwear drawer that i bought when i was 11...i don't still wear it, but i could. at age 21, my itty bitty titties barely fill out an A cup. not that i always hate that...flatchestedness has it's own pros, cons, and wardrobe difficulties. can't make cleavage. can't hold up anything strapless. string bikini tops just look deflated and sad like this: http://i.ytimg.com/vi/cIN6OFiDdYw/0.jpg. but i can exercise without boob-bouncing crossing my mind, a lot of clothes look awesome on me, and i still get hit on by guys (hotties and creeps alike).
all i'm saying is, we all have our body issues and we all should work on accepting/loving our bodies etc., but i still have days where i feel like a preteen boy and can't help wishing i had some great big melons of my own.
did anyone else have "the american girls premiere" computer game??
imagining liz lemon saying "that's a dealbreaker" after every one of those things