Yep, I get these annoying little f—-ers from time to time. I always just wet a cotton swab and use that. It works dry, of course, but feels less scratchy on my throat if I run it under a lukewarm tap first.
It was late 2012. Brand new Surface RT vs. 2011 MacBook Air for a lightweight desktop experience was the scenario. Needed to be able to run MS Office, RDP, and Chrome.
Came here to post the same thing. RT was a joke, and actively drove me to purchase my first MacBook.
Can confirm. I tested positive about a month ago, and started with very mild symptoms. The thing that first really caught my attention is that my morning coffee seemed super bland. When a person has a daily habit that involves smelling/tasting the same thing pretty much every day, the sudden lack of that taste/smell… Read more
The recipe I use is basically this, but instead of the cocoa powder and optional espresso powder, I just add a cup of Kahlua. It adds that same mocha flavor, but also adds more alcohol without making the whole thing less creamy tasting. And y’know, also increases the results by a cup :-)
Counterpoint: it is always a good idea to stop working and get paid to just sit around and do nothing productive.
The apple pies at McDonald’s probably fit the definition. As do the Hostess ones previously mentioned. And yeah, also Hot Pockets.
I’m extra intrigued by the no-gunpowder aspect of this one, if the comanche plot ends up being true. There was a well done fan film a couple years back about a Predator during the dark ages, and it really made me want to see more old timey alien conflict.
I just hope that as thighs become more popular, full chicken quarters will still somehow slip through peoples’ radar and bafflingly sell for less than the quarter’s individual components. Seriously, I can get a 10 lbs bag of fresh chicken quarters for $5.99 right now, at multiple grocery store franchises.
Oh hey, look what’s a Daily Deal at Best Buy today!
I was working at a movie theater when Titanic came out. We had it on 2 screens. I remember watching it early (to check that the print had been assembled correctly), and immediately knowing that it was going to be HUGE. But I never would have guessed how huge. It would sell out constantly, which was no surprise. But it… Read more