I actually owned Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats as a kid, and I recommend it even if you hate the musical. The material is so much better suited to doggerel poetry, and the whole fact that it’s one of the great poets of all time slumming it with silly kiddie stuff just makes everything sweeter.
So she’s basically a cake dickorator.
you are insane. it’s a good insane but still insane.
You are welcome to them, in their soggy, peppermint oil tainted... cromulence.
Insane, yet admirable.
“Non-toxic” does not automatically mean “you should eat this.”
They’re magic. My boss had one on his desk that he got as a gag gift. I expressed interest so he gave it to me. 5 years later and my coffee never goes cold.
It’s not a mug. It’s a little hot plate to keep your mug warm.
Hmm. That might be just the ticket for days when it’s not cold enough to justify firing up the woodstove to keep my teapot warm. (And who are these heathens going on about “cold coffee was good enough for me walking 5 miles through the snow to work”?) Small comforts are good things.
I gave these as gifts last year to a friend, my husband and to myself. I might be the only one who uses it, but I love it.
And here I was, seriously considering dropping a goddamn hundo on a Cauldryn. Thanks for saving me $90 and a trip to Cabela’s, Allison.
Steven Universe is back! Finally!
Brandy with a black tea is one of my favorite cold day beverages.
In before the crowd to suggest: “Brew tea, pour tea down drain, shoot whiskey.”
*files claws, rolls eyes*
Or, if you are in my family, “mothballs”,
Casamigos is good. I’m more of a reposado drinker, but I would still say it’s worth the price point. I usually go for Suerte / Espolon since they’re a few dollars cheaper and just as good. When I do buy Casamigos it’s usually something I drink myself and let my friends drink my Espolon.
only a cheapskate leaves a 20% tip on rosé. the proper tip is to add the server to your health insurance plan.
Vodka’s decent, and you can kill someone with the skull. I bought it a few years ago, the kids break it out at Halloween and fill it will various liquids. This year they used dry ice. Twas grooooooovy.
I love your irrationally exuberant love for all things Channing Tatum, Shoe. In an odd warm way, it reaffirms my faith in humanity.