Asker 1, I also think if you are suddenly opting completely out of things that your friend group generally does, their feelings are going to be hurt. Rather than asking if they want to go to the gym with you, maybe ask them if they want to go get healthier food instead? Or do some activity that's not explicitly centered around food, but that doesn't carry the same implications as "y'all need to hit the gym with me."
I love how the AZ law added that if both parties can get divorced then it's ok. It's like, "we're into the sanctity of marriage and all, but not THAT into it."
@Veronica Mars is smarter than me I agree!I was all excited to see businesswomen wearing tiaras. I was thinking "Only in New York." But I could rock one of those headbands in conservative old DC and I don't think I would look terribly out of place. Still don't know if I'd do it for work though...
@lizkimballet Yeah, is that a requirement? Because I am on board with that, and I am also ok with sharing my food.
@adorable-eggplant I always try to get the pickle. Um, yeah.
@Anne Sadly my fiancee hates tomatoes too. Are we doomed???
"Diane came home to flowers and felt the strains of an old song and the memory of a James Dean-like face near hers. Jack got drunk and expressed himself—imperfectly but honestly—for the first time in years."
This is actually really sweet and I like it!
It's Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, and I refuse to believe it is your favorite book... :(
@Rookie (not the magazine) (not that there's anything wrong with that) Holy crap, I had never heard of this experiment before and now I am SO HORRIFIED. How could the people working with him not realize that this dude was a psycho?
In some, "The New York Post wants to get more page views, so it publishes something stupid in the hopes that people will click on it to hate it." NOPE.