Piranha Plant
lnb002
1/23/20
10:35 PM
8

I’m glad things have improved for you. I also think you are a way more empathetic and understanding person than most as I imagine letting your ex have such a flexible grace period must be difficult. I know that there are a lot of extenuating circumstances with her but I wanted to give you props for managing to be Read more

1/22/20
7:44 PM
4

Does anyone here cross-stitch? I kind of want to get into it but my only experience was a stamped embroidery project when I was a kid and the count-style projects are a little intimidating. Recommendations on where to start?

1/22/20
10:41 AM
1

I remember Goosebumps style stuff was also very popular. There was also the Crypt Keeper on Saturday mornings and stuff like Are You Afraid of the Dark, which used to give me like anticipation anxiety during the opening sequence. There was definitely a market of being SCARY for kids that I don’t think exists currently.

1/22/20
10:39 AM
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Coraline definitely falls into it, along with the stop-motion style animation which tends to add an unsettling element. I read the book before the movie came out and find that to be a bit scarier than the movie.

1/22/20
10:36 AM
1

The Box Trolls was kind of weird and I could see being kind of scared of it as a kid. The stop-motion of The Nightmare Before Christmas freaked me out as a kid, we rented it when I was 7 and I couldn’t get through it until I was probably like 11-12.

1/21/20
10:30 PM
3

The original though! I heard current editions toned down the illustrations. 

1/17/20
1:24 PM
1

I felt like I was crazy because I was the only person who didn’t like it and everyone else raved about it.

1/17/20
11:53 AM
1

My grandma from Georgia used to make her cornbread using lard. Everyone loved it (except for me), it would leave a film of grease on the roof of your mouth. I just could never get into it. 

1/17/20
11:12 AM
11

14. Mom’s side is from coal country WV and dad’s side is from Georgia and Baltimore. Both grew up pretty poor, and in culturally relevant areas. A bunch of stuff doesn’t even register as “country” to me though. Like, deviled eggs are country? 

1/17/20
11:05 AM
1

I didn’t mind paying for it without a sale because I don’t buy many games in general. I’ve barely just scratched the surface of the game play but I’m very excited about it.

1/17/20
8:54 AM
3

I thought about calling out from work today because I have a little bit of a head cold but 1. I was going to have to get up early to drop the dog off at the vet for her comprehensive exam and vaccines anyway (~7:30AM) and 2. Today is going to be a chill day at work so I figure I should save my vacation days for the

1/16/20
8:30 PM
7

Luckily my office plague is not the flu, but a horrible rotation of like 3 different types of cold. I’m on the sneezy one right now. Not enough to take me out of commission but just enough to make everything a little extra miserable. Read more

1/15/20
10:01 AM
3

It was so pleasant walking the dog this morning. I was sad I couldn’t stay home and just walk her for like 2 miles.

1/14/20
3:12 PM
13

Wow. The wedding flower one was probably the most benign thing to turn ridiculous.

1/14/20
8:49 AM
2

I do have to roll my eyes whenever majority white European countries try to chime in on racism/race issues in America.

1/4/20
4:33 PM
4

Not outside of work but I did like him. We had very similar senses of humor. He was so young, only 32; it was an aneurysm. Life isn’t fair.