Me, too! No shame. :)
Still not convinced it isn’t. See: The Parent Trap. She’s played two people before.
No, you can’t prove it in a court of law but we can all see she got exactly what she was looking for. She’s practically gloating and it’s disgusting.
Economic strife and intense daily stress increases the likelihood of getting radicals in any religion, you can’t quite say this religion stands out for violence and radical crazies until the countries of origin have children who have grown up without a brutal and turbulent environment.
I think the trick here is to make it clear that “ideology” is being challenged, rather than culture, race, identity, etc. It should be made extra clear that individual Muslims are not being demonized.
I will hold a thousand exhibits in solidarity with the Charlie Hebdo editorial staff.
I don't and can't speak for everyone and as (someone smart) said de gustibus non est disputandum. I think "abrasive ass" is pretty accurate but so is "one trick pony.". I can be abrasive myself, and humor is difficult, probably one of the most difficult types of writing. P.G. Wodhouse is funny. Eddie Izzard is funny.…
Perfect example of the Gay Agenda at work:
I was banned for calling out another commenter for being an asshole. I just created a brand new account and got followed on a bunch of their sites again so they clearly don't even really pay attention.
FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC!
As someone who hates to eat vegetables and most fruits, I consider it healthy if I eat at least one vegetable a day.
My husband and I went to our first fancy dinner a couple of weeks ago. I'll admit, as a woman in her 40s my diet consists largely of Taco Bell and Spaghettios. So it should come as no surprise that when I ordered the awesome-sounding Ahi Tuna Stack with wasabi sauce and wontons, I was shocked and horrified that the…
Not only that, but "gimme" sounds kind of childish. It seems like an adult should at least be able to say, "I would like," "May I have," or just about anything else with at least a modicum of eloquence. And always, always either start or end with please.
I have that problem with prompting polite words. I've worked…
You're thinking about this too hard - just tip like a grown ass man.
Have you tried just growing up?
I'd like to go further on the tipping point here.
If you're at an ethnic restaurant, and there's something on the menu that you've never seen before in that type of restaurant (or better yet, a whole section called "Regional/ Chef's Specialty" or similar), order from there. ie don't be the person who always gets Kung Pao/ Pad Thai/ Chicken Enchiladas every time. The…
Or, depending on the menu, you can just say it simply in English based on the main ingredient: "I'll have the duck" instead of "canard roti aux pommes," for example.
I would have carried the OP's snark a little further: "About 30 centimeters."
Um excuse me but stopping the sun in the sky so I do not experience a single moment of minor discomfort is, like, a basic part of the restaurant service I'm paying for. I make sure to take a full dollar off the shitty tip I was going to leave every time I notice the sun has moved, that's just what's fair.