foxtrotecho
Foxtrot Echo
foxtrotecho
Oct 8
7

My degree is in philosophy, and although it was only a small module, we did intro to metaphysics. It was 10 years ago now, but I remember just having my mind blown by all the different ways time could be structured. Read more

Oct 8
13

As much as I love to be scared, I also love that this contest always brings out stories like this. So glad you were still able to have your father with you in this way

Oct 2
5

Anecdotally, this is completely true. My husband is a muslim who drinks and is pretty non-observant, but you cannot get that man within 10 feet of a bacon butty. It really does seem to be the one thing that sticks

Oct 1
9

Yes, I think you’re right. The loss of any wanted pregnancy is awful, but god, I can’t begin to imagine.

Oct 1
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Tiegen had been posting regularly about their journey with this pregnancy from the beginning. I can imagine that, having had the pregnancy end in this way, she would want to get out in front of the story and post it herself. Read more

Sep 29
14

My vote is with Lincoln Park After Dark. It’s the colour I have worn every day of every winter for the last decade, and will continue to do so until I die. Trying new things; it’s not for me. Read more

Sep 8
1

I’m not spreading misinformation. I clearly said that what my information was anecdotal, but I mispoke by referring to them having had it twice, when what I meant was they were tested twice, over 3 months apart. As in the couple of comments above, a few people have mentioned that what we’ve seen is probably an Read more

Sep 8
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I replied to someone up thread who said that instead of reinfection, it might be the same infection showing up months later, which I think is probably accurate. Hope you’re feeling better and you continue in that direction!

Sep 8
3

That’s a really good point. I think we all assumed that he had it twice because he got better after the first round, but when he tested positive the second time, he was asymptomatic, so maybe it isn’t evidence that you can get it twice, but more evidence that you aren’t necessarily rid of it once your symptoms have Read more

Aug 21
2

If a prominent chin is what he’s looking for, the Habsbergs were the very picture of evolution!

Aug 13
14

I’m sure Katie has already started laying the groundwork for protecting against this. If I were Katie, this would be my absolute biggest fear. I can just imagine teenage Suri yelling “fine, I’ll just go live with dad in that cult compound then!” to get a reaction. *shudder*

Aug 13
4

Yes! My brain glitched, because the press are usually shitting on Megan, but there is even less chance that I’d move for my cousin’s sister in law. I don’t even know her name [insert I Don’t Know Her gif here]

Aug 7
11

I am only just realising that The Weeknd is missing an e. I must have known, because when I looked at your comment the name looked right to me, but I must have just always skim read it. Adding that to the list of things that make me old, along with still reading Bhad Bhabie as Bad Barbie .

Jul 28
5

Hi, British here. Our bad tourists really are the worst of the worst. If I hear a familiar accent in a bar in Europe, I instinctively cringe just in case. I hate that this is a thing but it’s true. My grandparents, who would have been absolutely horrified by the comparison to the characters in Benidorm, actually Read more

Jul 28
7

In an ideal world, I’d like to think they would keep it around. Although, I’m not confident. My grandparents bought my aunt her first pony in the early 80s, my aunt very quickly outgrew him, but my grandmother continued to care for that little pony until long after my aunt left home. My sister and I used to visit and Read more

Jul 20
6

It sounds like the quote itself was a bit more complicated than that. He talks more about him and Kim discussing what sounds like early medical abortion, and then deciding not to. That particular quote, in context, is more about him carrying guilt about having not wanted to go through with the pregnancy. Read more