lizzielemon91
lizzielemon91
9/11/14
5:46 PM
2

Why bother drinking a lot of wine if carrots up the butthole will be off the table?

9/10/14
6:33 PM
2

See, now THIS is the kind of celebrity fanfic I wanna see in the tabloids.

9/4/14
6:31 PM
84

Too much speed, and too many Ashton Kutcher movies, have led this logorrhoeic moron to think that he deserves this woman to do with as he wishes, because he probably thinks he's a Nice Guy[tm].

9/4/14
5:59 PM
1

Yes, I think wedding magazines are slowly becoming obsolete since anything and everything a bride or groom could want to find is on Pinterest. And I know this because my sister and her fiance used Pinterest almost exclusively to plan their wedding. And it worked out really well.

9/3/14
8:20 PM
3

This movie definitely has the potential to be a broccoli-like good-for-you lecture movie. Hopefully it will not turn out that way.

9/3/14
7:15 PM
2

My insurance does, but seeing as how there is very little chance of that happening (I am one hour away from the sea!), I think you'd need to pay more for insurance to have that coverage if your house is on a cliff. Sorta like how your car insurance asks you if you garage park or street park, and street parkers pay

8/31/14
1:36 PM
1

You can do it! I went from Savannah, GA to Seattle having never visited, being a single mother and having 4 friends in my new town and it was the best thing I ever did! I've heard great things about Toronto, but be prepared for winter!!

8/31/14
10:53 AM
2

Deep breaths. Stretch. Remember everyone here will love you accent :)

8/31/14
8:24 AM
1

I moved from Canada to the UK recently, it's a bit of a shock to leave everything you know but it'll be a great experience for you. Even if you end up disliking it, you'll learn a lot about yourself and you'll get to know a new part of the world so it's a win-win no matter what. Good luck to you.

8/30/14
9:49 PM
1

I think it's totally cool to freak out. A normal reaction, I would say, considering how big a life-changing move it is. But I also think people get a lot craftier and wilier when traveling since a lot of their support system is gone and they're well out of the comfort zone.

8/30/14
9:44 PM
2

I moved to Toronto three years ago and love it so much! I highly recommend joining a bunch of meetups (meetup.com) because the people that go are already interested in meeting new people. I'd also go the temp agency route so you're earning asap rather than running through your savings while you hope for something good

8/30/14
9:41 PM
2

Deep breaths! Everything will be fine! Check out GroupThink (sublog on kinja), there are a bunch of Toronto people on there and I know they do meetups.

8/30/14
8:24 PM
1

I just did a Europe -> North America move without a job or any friends. A week later, I have an apartment and a job (I kind of hate it and I'm still looking for others, but it pays the bills for now) and I'm working on making friends. I'm still kinda freaking out about it but everything seems to be going ok so far and

8/30/14
8:04 PM
1

Blind optimism is the best!! A friend of mine posted a quote on good old Facebook and it was long, but in there it had a bit about anticipating optimistically will do far more good than anticipating negatively or something like that. Trying to keep it in mind :)