@KatPruska Once I was in an airport sobbing uncontrollably and got through it by repeatedly thinking of the scene where she gets stuck on the sushi conveyor belt.
P.S. I live in New York, can I join the group?
So this is a thing: Holy Yoga
A friend of a friend is involved in it and is planning on going on missions to 'the east' to teach this.
@noodge England's all about the half hug/1 cheek kiss, though I generally only got in social situations and after knowing people for a bit (or sometimes after you just met someone and everyone was a little drunk). Throwing French people in always made things slightly awkward 'what is happening? how many time are we doing this? Oh god we're going to get caught in some kind of cheek kissing loop!'
@Smatherine I can't help it, I don't think I'll ever be able to stop "that's what she (or he) said"ing to things that make no sense/are physically impossible/are in no way innuendo.
@packedsuitcase "I've been on a date like that" is amazing, well done.
@parallel-lines It's not the main focus of the article, but I was glad that she acknowledged that the people dying the most from breast cancer are the ones with the least access to both preventative care and treatment and that it needs to change.
@breccia The movie is terrible, but I've listened to some of the radio plays and I quite like 8. Confusingly though I'm super into Paul McGain's voice, but my mental image of him is as the villain in British mystery shows (he's in most of them I think), so my brain doesn't know what to do.
@Blushingflwr Good point! I now feel much more comfortable with this.
@[sic] Aww, that is delightful, but now we're out of order!
@par_parenthese I...I love you.