@geek_tragedy If you make gluten free brownies/bar cookies, leave them to sit 24 hours before cutting -- it softens up the grittiness of (most) GF substitutes!
@daisicles I get really really hung up on "what if this is the last thing I googled"
@fondue with cheddar Yep! Push, press, or mash seem to be regional. Same with the endearments we use reflexively (sugar, sug, hon, honey, sweetie, love), I think? For instance, I would say "Push that button please, hon."
ETA Also I'm mostly just curious if people under 70 say "mash" for "push"
You're addressing a cute small child in an elevator. Fill in the blanks!
"Could you .... the button for me please, .... ?"
@meetapossum with the notable exception of thee-AY-ter
@iceberg A lot of older people in Maryland call it the county dispensary, which sounds charmingly old-fashioned (its hours are un-charmingly old-fashioned). Anybody else heard that one?
@franceschances Nooooo! Someone must have done what I'm always tempted to do, which is to roll by the Gtown line and walk back to Baked and Wired, leaving a little trail of much-better-cupcake crumbs.
@werewolfbarmitzvah I think Joseph has a lot in common with Peter -- legit classic, not going to mystify anyone, but strangely uncommon? I have a zillion great uncle Josephs but no friends my age and no baby friends with that name.
@werewolfbarmitzvah also my very favorite is Hugh. I suspect the movie bumped Hugo up a bit in popularity, but Hugh still seems underused for such a solid classic (with a nice meaning!).