Well, this is lovely, but what about the nightmares about Surrealist Alice?
Or, they can mind their own damn business.
I had one bar I used for a lot of first dates. One week I went there on two separate first dates and on the second date the waitress recognized me and and asked if I wanted the same order as a couple days ago and I was like uhh I’m actually meeting someone else. The waitress was kinda giving me a side-eyed scrutiny…
Actually, you didn’t. As a former GM of Papa John’s, I can tell you that you can go in and buy a cup of garlic butter for .50 cents.
How long did they have to hold those damn ice cream cones to get that shot?
Also, Art Museum with lunch in the cafe. Perfect first date. Lots of walking and talking, surrounded by beauty. Even if you’re not feeling each other, you still got a great day of art out of it.
(FWIW I live in Chicago, so this is an easy date)
When I think romance, I think “regimen!”
Before I was married, this was totally my strategy. I would always meet up with my date at the college museum of art that had a decent cafe. We’d do lunch and if the date was going well then we could linger and check out some of the exhibits. If we didn’t gel during lunch, we could part ways after the meal and it…
Genius. These are all genius. I have a shower that’s glass and weirdly-shaped tile, so it’s always a pain to clean. This looks like it’d save me some heartache.
That makes sense. I’ve always wondered if they would deliver to me if I ordered like 20 garlic sauces, and only 20 garlic sauces. Don’t need to wonder anymore since I can just make it.
Last I checked (which was like a week ago) this dip was actually made with soybean oil and not butter.
You guys couldn’t have bought a different pizza for this video? You know, one *not* from Papa John’s?
Also: better ventilation. If you can, put a better fan in! It’ll prevent mold growth entirely, and keep things a little more pleasant too.
I found a cool product at a home show that so far has worked great, and it is car wax like in the article, it’s called koenig spray polish, the spots are gone and don’t come back. Plus it repels water like rain-x
That stubborn bathtub ring is mostly held together with fat, i.e. skin oil and soap.
I read some where that Hydrogen Peroxide works for the Pink Mold. Tested it out in a spray bottle and it worked great.
What if your shower is fiberglass?
I live in a hard water area and I am a big fan of citric acid for removing soap scum and toilet coral. You can buy a 5 pound bag very inexpensively. For cleaning showers I thicken the solution with a little xanthan gum and spray it on. Food safe and works great, just don’t get any in your eyes.
Why not use the rain repellent on glass doors also? Thanks for the video, never thought of using the dish wand in the shower.
I’m saying the guy we call over from the other room can go back to doing his real job