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Feb 25 2018
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Lol. She did make me take swimming lessons. I almost drowned several times when I was little. Not her fault, I have four sisters (so understandable distractions) and I was very sneaky, I’d slip away and wind up in a neighbor’s pool or something. Didn’t help that we lived in Florida :)

Feb 25 2018
6

Ever since I was a kid, if there is water around, I will get into it, one way or another. Drove my mother crazy. Even as an adult, I’ve tripped and fallen into creeks and ponds an embarrassing number of times, lol. It’s just a rule of nature. I was at a house party once and my friend and I went down to look at a Read more

Feb 10 2018
15

So as I’ve mentioned here before, I grew up in rural poverty. Most of my family is still in that position, with extremely limited access to healthcare. But now i live in the big city. Thing is, for people in my part of the country, the division this article sets up is artificial. You get me? I’m educated, my job has Read more

Jan 18 2018
2

That’s fine and all but I’m never not gonna like Jewel so...

Jan 18 2018
1

I live near Columbus and I don’t think anyone here thinks there’s a serious chance of it being us. We have the room for it but not the public transportation.

Jan 18 2018
3

Honestly I think it’s Atlanta. They’d have a direct flow of talent from Ga Tech.

Jan 16 2018
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There’s a Korean chain restaurant in my neck of the woods that’s a lot like Chipotle. It’s called “Bibibop” and the only thing they serve is an americanized bibimbap. It’s actually really good! But it’s bland compared to the “real” Korean restaurants in our area.

Jan 15 2018
1

Go on youtube and search for Cute Polish. That’s a whole channel about doing your nails. They have nail art tutorials but they also have really good instructional videos for the basic stuff, like how to paint without getting it on your skin and how to make it last longer. It’s been really helpful to me. Read more

Jan 12 2018
2

This worked for me last year. I started counting calories in March, and stuck with it through Thanksgiving, when I decided to take a break for the holidays. I lost 30 pounds. It’s so much easier to eat at a deficit when you’re not freezing cold. I gained 5 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Years, but just by cutting Read more

Jan 12 2018
2

I am so excited for the weekend, omg. We’re supposed to get a snow storm tonight so my plans are to get off work, swing by the grocery store for some supplies, and then go home and not leave the house again til Monday morning. After all the holiday stuff, I’m thrilled to have a whole weekend to stay in by myself.

Jan 8 2018
19

It warms the cockles of my cold, dead heart to see that someone has finally bought that building. I just have an irrational love for the damn thing. I’m sure I’m not the only Ohioan who feels this way. I mean it’s a giant goddamn basket in basically the middle of nowhere. It’s a treasure. Utterly pointless, but Read more

Jan 3 2018
4

Thanks, I’ve never actually gone to a visitation/viewing before so I don’t really know anything about this stuff. I talked to another coworker about it and we are going to go to the viewing together and just stay for a little bit.

Jan 3 2018
6

It’s too freaking cold for me right now. Can’t handle it! Our apartment is so poorly insulated, too. If you stand in our walk-in closet, you can see your breath! Read more

Jan 2 2018
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We make “leftovers” soup. Chicken broth with whatever veggies are left in the fridge and whatever odds and ends of noodles we have left in the cabinet, or leftover cooked rice. If you don’t have noodles or rice, beat an egg and stir in some parmesan cheese, then stir the mixture into the boiling soup to cook it, it’s Read more

Dec 28 2017
1

It is unbearably cold out here, too. I can’t handle it. I have a space heater on in my office but even still, I feel like my hands and feet have been freezing ever since I got out of bed this morning.

Dec 23 2017
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Yep we are an at will state. I only have a day and change unused vacation left so if the keep it, so be it.