I feel strongly that the olive industry needs to get in touch with whoever came up with The California Raisins. Also, is "milder" really a desirable quality in olives? Non-mild olives forever.
@SmartCookie Oh, they're totally NOT bragging - who brags about stretch marks and morning sickness? - but it feels like they're waving from the Republic of Grown-Ass Adult Women With Their Acts Together, and I'm waving back from my leaky rowboat on the Sea of Failing To Live Up to Self-Imposed Expectations of What Being a Woman Is.
@queenofbithynia It's not an attack, it's a description of her experience. What's true for her, in her life, with her decisions, is not a judgement of you or your mother or your decisions.
Of course, just bein real here: That same kid and her two-year-old brother spent the entirety of yesterday acting like a couple of total fucking assholes and I went for the Stoli the second they were down for the night, so it ain't all stars. Heh.
Oh brother. Sorry, but this whole thing reads like the perfect explanation of why our generation is always being called self involved and narcissistic. Like a real life character on Girls.
i can't help but find this project extremely irritating and not at all thought provoking. We all have flaws, and we're dishonest about them as we're trying to lure significant others, I get it. We're also all to some degree unhappy. In fact, much of her profile writings I can relate to. But Jessica, it seems to me you're unhappy because you're so extremely self-involved. Maybe you should get a dog?
I checked Slate (LIKE A FOOL) when I got into work this morning, saw that headline, and decided to quit everything: my job, society, the planet.
@PrettyNicola super kinky sex stuff prob
By Jinxie on Interview with Dr. Susan Robinson, One of the Last Four Doctors in America to Openly Provide Third-Trimester Abortions
By Lulu22 on Interview with Dr. Susan Robinson, One of the Last Four Doctors in America to Openly Provide Third-Trimester Abortions
@Masha Bean@facebook @Allie Williams@Facebook I hope that some day you obviously very faithful and caring people can find it in your hearts to understand that for many women and their families, this IS the miracle of compassion, this IS God's grace, this IS the most loving choice that can be made to save their beloved baby from suffering. It's painful to discover that the world is not as black-and-white as you think it is, but it can also give you a much deeper, more profound understanding of the idea that God works in mysterious ways.