WhitneyHouston'sDoodieBubble
meldetexas
Mar 5 2015
50

I plan on aggressively pursuing him as soon as he moves to New York so that one day Yolanda will LOOK AT ME LIKE THAT #PROUDMOMMY

Mar 5 2015
22

Considering what the appearance and texture of that soup must be like, barfs is probably an appropriate verb.

Mar 5 2015
156

IT IS REALLY NOT COOL TO GET SPIKE INVOLVED IN THIS MESS, KARA.

Mar 4 2015
7

I am firmly on board with this angle. It's always the people that throw the loudest tantrums about (vice of your choice) that end up partaking in it themselves.

Mar 4 2015
5

I got married in Fall 2011, so in the same year as some famous Britishes. Canada Post had reams of Royal Wedding stamps, but I managed to find a tasteful, less conceited-seeming alternative. Read more

Mar 3 2015
5

seeing as i was someone who jumped down your throat because of the hissy, i will honestly say that post-hissy, you have handled yourself extremely well. And i apologise if my words hurt you or added to the desire to walk away from PTQ. I think both sides threw around words that maybe (and in my case, SHOULD have) been Read more

Mar 3 2015
82

Yes... because planning a wedding means you should plan for fucking terrorist attacks.

Mar 3 2015
10

That is excellent. I'm married but we just went to the registry office, no ceremony or reception at all. Someday we're going to throw a big party and I am going to demand bird of prey stamps for the invites. My husband won't get the joke but plenty of our friends will. (I was the vulture in this relationship; he was Read more

Mar 3 2015
80

We sent out our invites using paperless post, and while I was still fiddling with the design of our save the dates, I saved it to come back to it later. Feeling lazy, I couldn't be bothered to type out "save the date" and just put "STD" as the file name instead. When we then sent out the emails, paperless post used Read more

Mar 3 2015
100

When we got married 21 years ago, there were not a lot of home computers or printers. My fiance (now husband) was finishing art school, and insisted he could make the invitations and print them at his fancy school. He had to have handmade, acid-free paper ordered from Seattle (we were in L.A.) which he then Read more

Mar 3 2015
411

The invitations to my November 2001 wedding were mailed on September 10, 2001. The wedding venue? Windows on the World. Read more

Mar 3 2015
203

This didn't happen to me exactly, but it's still pretty awesome. So my aunt was getting married (c.1982), a few years before I existed, and her wedding color was a light mauve. She picked out nice mauve invitations with dark text which were surprisingly elegant considering it was the early 80s. She gave them to her Read more

Mar 3 2015
33

A note of follow-up (and thanks!) for you guys: You all had really good and helpful suggestions of how I can better manage this series so we get to highlight more of your great stories. This month, I'm going to try asking what I hope will be more specific questions and see if things work out with more granular Read more

Mar 3 2015
34

I was about to ask if last week's share counts, but then I saw it in the story so:

Feb 26 2015
1

It's not even so much "their ancestors ate raw meat". Up until maybe 60-70 years ago, dogs were eating what they caught, most if not all local butchers sold meaty bones and ground up organs and scraps to sell as dog food (some butchers still do), and dogs were getting table scraps, meat trimmings, organs, heads, feet/ Read more

Feb 25 2015
1

Fucking raw meat is cheaper by the pound than Blue Buffalo. Fuck this shit, if dry food was truly SO BAD, why the hell did we have a cat who lived to be 24? For real - we hated that old bastard by the end, lol. He was a miserable shit as he got older. Ate Friskies most of his life.

Feb 25 2015
3

OK.. you all seem to know this better than I. I have 5 cats, most are over 10. I've been feeding them Purina Indoor and they go through a 3.5lb bag in about 5 days. I buy 6 3.5 bags a month so whatever that works out to. The 3.5 lb bag is $5. Is there a good cat food out there for around that much or maybe a little Read more