@I'm Right on Top of that, Rose Or how about this one:
"I did not have a 'thing!' I did not have a 'thing.' I was very much in love with him and there's a difference! There's a difference... There's a difference... I have to go..."
@TARDIStime I get grown men all the time saying things like "Oh man, if I had a cute teacher like you, I would have behaved myself and been so good all the time and done my homework." Unfortunately, Jr High boy brains don't quite work like that (for me anyway) and if they do think I'm cute (ugh. barf.), they show it by being the same ol' crazies they always are!
@I'm Right on Top of that, Rose : That's what I do - I invented Post-Its.
Hey! If anyone needs to make a call, I've got a phone!
@I'm Right on Top of that, Rose: We're doin' Tuscon later - for a business thing. (Don't get me started, I WILL NOT STOP!)
@suchagoodone ALSO: My high school crush told my brother I looked like a hamster.
@Bebe People call me Jill when they forget my name.
The kids I teach tell me I look like T-Swift fairly regularly these days, which I take as a huge compliment, but I think it's mostly the bangs and eyelash extensions. Also they tell me I look like Carly's friend from iCarly. Ex-boyfriend gave me Kate Beckinsale, which I never could quite stretch far enough to get.
A month or so ago, I was down the rabbit hole of Facebook picture creeping and I saw a pic of a girl who looked JUST LIKE ME! She was in the pics of a friend of a friend (of a friend?) and I emailed my sister to get confirmation and have since creeped more to find out we are actually related (like 3rd cousins maybe?). Short story long: I have one of those faces and many people have told me they have run into someone resembling me. Also, my brother's wife and I could pass for twins.
Are limes the fashion?
@the little c I'm right with you. I concur with the leaning right over the sink (like, forehead almost touching the faucet). I just raise the handfuls of water up to my face, breathe out gently with hands still cupped and guiding the water back, and that kind of blows the water to the farther reaches of the face. I don't like using washcloths because I think they are always full of yesterday's soap and facedirt. Washcloths are for wiping your occasional spatters off the counter and mirror.
Request for "Pictures of women laughing while quitting smoking."