@chunk lite Are you from western PA/eastern Ohio? As a native of that section of the Rust Belt, I grew up saying "buggy" and always figured it was a Pittsburgh thing.
@AnalogMetronome YES! YINZ!
@mooseketeer Cleanliness is the key signifier here. Bathing, brushing teeth, wearing clean clothes, and keeping one's fingernails clean and trimmed are basic markers of being a functional adult. Anything less means--to me, anyway, that the person is lazy/clueless/immature.
@RNL A shopping trip works wonders if the dude is willing. Years ago, a dudefriend of mine asked for some style help, and a few tweaks-- still rolling with his personality and interests--made a world of difference, especially to his confidence. This dude was good on personal cleanliness, but if he hadn't been, some Real Talk would have gone along with the new clothes. Newfound confidence in one's personal appearance would, I assume, encourage a person to really step it up in the grooming and cleanliness department.
And note, not a single woman musician on the list. He even shits on Stevie Nicks for good measure.
EEEEEEEE!!!!!!! Stany is my favorite!!!!! Thank you!!!!
OK, time to read the artice. :)
@Bittersweet Whew, I'm not the only one who finds the description of the dude completely unappealing. (I'm always worried that somehow I'm less of a lady because the arrogant/charming bad boy does nothing for me--like he does for so many other ladies.)
The guy does sound like a real character, though, and those can be entertaining to observe.
That's a pretty good record!
:O My luck it would be at work and I'd have to hobble to the row of sinks with wads of toilet paper stuffed into my drawers and praying that I didn't bleed all over the bathroom, then wash out the cup with the sickly-sweet government soap, and then my boss would walk in and aughhhhhhh!!!!!!
I'd be afraid of dropping it in the toilet. Have any of you dropped it in the toilet?